I’ve never paid much attention to the threats that are sometimes aimed at people by traditional religion. I’m sure I heard them all when I was an angelic-looking choirboy and my mom was the church organist. Then, again, neither of us – my mom or I – were especially sold upon the sermons of Reverend “Firebreather,” our local Anglican vicar.
Integrity sounds like a moral issue, but it really isn't. It's just plain common sense. Integrity means wholeness, completeness. A person with wholeness can focus their energies in one direction. A whole person achieves their life's purpose without the dissipation of energies caused by internal conflicts.
The Creator often sends additional help to us, the students of Classroom Earth, in our evolution towards spiritual growth. The most well-known example is Jesus, who was sent here to liberate humanity’s heart from the suppressive, archaic order which existed at the time.
In the early 1980’s, a research project was undertaken where hundreds of seminar attendees were progressed into the future to see what their lives would be like in the time period 2100 – 2500 AD. The future is not fixed; its details are constantly shifting, but the overall findings of this project are as significant today as they were in the early 1980’s.
The difference between God the Creator and Infinite Being is one of degree. In Western culture, we think of God as active, as the Creator, as being aware of everything that we do. However, the ultimate state of original consciousness is a state of unchanging perfection. As an infinite awareness or beingness, Infinite Being is behind all things.
Today's climate of rapid change brings with it the potential for making great improvements in your personal life. Today, it is easier than ever to create positive changes that bring you true happiness, vibrant wellness, and profound spiritual awakening.
Along with the widespread growth in free enterprise in the latter half of the twentieth century, came the dawning realization that the primary key to abundance is to think first of what you can give to, rather than what you can get from, your work activity.