- Then to all such there should be the reminding of that Easter
Morn ; and as to what it has meant and does mean in the hearts
and minds of those who have and do put their trust in Jesus.
- (Soul is purpose - Doubt makes spirit weak)
- hope that comes in the Cross
- the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom; but the fear
of man is the indication of weakness in the body-mind.
- Call and I will hear!
- loosen thyself from wonderments
- fear - may only come from within.
- (Fear) prevents the entity from gaining the full concept.
- The perfect love casteth out fear.
- The Silver and the Gold is Mine, saith the Lord.
- Live the Life!
- Fear is the greatest destructive force to man's intelligence.
- contentment is in thine hand
- Yet the will of a soul attuned to God may change the circumstance
or the environment, as indicated in the lily.
- (Fear rises from the emotional source.)
- understanding that all force, all power, emanates from the Spirit
of Truth, - the Christ.
- Study very closely those activities of His chosen people as they
were prepared to enter the promised land.
- Will is deeper-seated into the soul, into the warp and woof of
the very being of an entity in its entirety.
- Through the recesses of the heart, then, search out that that
would make afraid, casting out fear, and He alone may guide.
- And the awareness that must be aroused in the very soul of the
entity is that as was given to those of old: I Am the resurrection,
the life. I told thee to destroy the body annd in three days I
would raise it again. This must become a fact. Then it is under-
stood how the emblem represents God, the Way, the cross, self,
the world - as to how there is the activity through same.
- imbued with the Spirit of Truth by that reflection
of the Son, of the Holy One.
- urges from Venus as the ruling influence, Mercury as the Judgment,
Jupiter as the Universal Consciousness.
- love the flow of blood that that within themselves
might be made glorified.
- (Christ) has seen the flowing of the blessings that
may come through making self humble.
- Thou knowest!
- and hath given His angels charge concerning thee lest thou, in
thy fury, in thine self, dash thine head, thine foot, against
- Open again the doors that thou may see the glories
of the Lord as thou usest thy voice.
- feel within thine inner self those bonds of doubt and fear.
- all spoke the glory of God!
- will thou hold fast (hand)
- Xenophon led a Grecian exodus in 211 BC.
- Lost through the subjugation of self and self's purposes by
power, main and might.
- Fear, as doubt, made Peter sink.
- (Visions mentally gained by) in the storm, oft in the calm, oft
in the shadows of the noonday sun, - and stars caused wonder.
- Galveston is on an island.
- The spleen being the destructive organ for the dead red blood
corpuscles, also the organ that works with - as it may be termed -
the imaginative, or the psychic forces of the body - also gives
rise to fear.
- Spleen's opposite pole, the kidneys - These are the
channels that the distresses may arise.
- over-acidity, or the super-activity of the hypogas-tric and
pnemogastric plexus. - (Linked to kidney - spleen imbalance)
- for these being regulated by the activity of the sympathetic
as well as cerebrospinal, give rise to the expression of the
dullness in head, fullness in throat. - (These are signposts
- often one's outlook on life is altered by the conditions of the
liver, or of the digestive system.
- (The symbol of fear must be removed.)
- that Creative Force that gives to every man the
chance of escape from himself.
- (The ancient Egyptians used electricity.)
- fear is - the greatest drawback in the proper development of
any well balanced, normal individual.
- mental destructive forces created by worry
- (Worry and fear turn food to poison.)
- Destructive forces act through the vegetable and sympathic
nervous systems. (Low stomach - etc.)
Disorders then manifest in the intestines.
- (Also in the liver) and in the left lobe, or the smaller lobe
of same, do we find those conditions as represent disorders, as
are affected by the spleenic and this lobe, or portion of lobe of
- (Pages 21 and 22 of this file were missing, they
were about organs.)
- (Pages 23 and 24 of this file are also missing.)
- (Strong force) Now fear through the centers, especially in
posterior centers of the solar plexus nerve system or branches.
- fear as forms from the centers and gives hallucinations in a form
to the cell forces that govern certain portions of the body.
- Stamina - or the gray matter - Its loss related to multiple
sclerosis, - a Fearfulness in the soul of the entity.
- Creative and constructive words are heard.
- Study as to why Gideon chose God?
- (David gave in Psalms) That which I feared has come
upon me. - Then fear the Lord!
- For the application in self, the try, the effort, the energy
expended in the proper direction, is all that is required of thee.
- body, mind and soul, each of these may function in
a consciousness without the awareness of the other.
- There are centers in a physical body through which all phases of
the entity's being coordinate with one another; as in the physical
functioning there are the pulsations, the heart beat, the lungs,
the liver and all the organs.
- Yet, while the brain and the cords through which the the nerves
function are the channels, these are not the mental consciousness;
though it is through the nerve plasm that the nervous systems carry
impulses to the various forces of the system.
- the spiritual attributes - desire, hope, will, that function
through the organs of reproduction - expressed by eye, ear, taste,
- the more sensitive glands to such is the thyroid
- within the inner self - find that upon which it may rely for
- (Read Deuteronomy 30 for the sources of self.)
- (Read John 14, 15, 16, and 17 for taking "hold")
- Calcium to strengthen the vital forces which flow through the
2114-1 Mental and Spiritual guidances: For 5 days
1. One drop Atomidine in one half glass of water in the morning.
2. Calcios twice a day
3. Add 1 grain of Chloride of Gold to 1 oz. of distilled water.
Add 2 grains of Bicarb. of Soda to 1 oz. of distilled water.
Each evening for 5 days take 1 drop of gold solution and 2 drops
of soda in a half glass of water. Allow 2 days rest between steps.
- by the third or fourth series of taking the properties indicated,
there will come that awareness of His presence abiding with thee.
- for he, being the way, being the waters of life
- (Fear produces cysts) or a filling of a cellular force.
- the cerebrospinal nervous system impulses arise from the brain
center, while the sympathetic impulses arise from their
associations with impulses along centers of the cerebrospinal
- the conjunction between the sympathetic and cerebrospinal, or
at the ganglia here at the fifth and sixth dorsal.
- for one may not make a beautiful speech, one may not act congenial
to one's neighbor, with the liver in a bad shape. - filling the
throat often to where the body is as dumb
- (Swedish massage with oil was recommended monthly.)
- (No fried foods or fats - cut starches)
- (Enemas helps clear the thinking)
- Never use any save the brown or black bread.
- Keep thine face toward the light.
- Never censure self!
- never fail to pray at 2 o'clock in the morning.
Rise and pray, facing east!
- Cut to the pattern!
- The silver and the gold is mine, sayeth the Lord.
- Thou knowest innately the Way.
- Know this, and never forget it, that: It is the spirit with
which a thing is said that carries the force or power. (Magic?)
- we should not attempt to direct, other than "Love the Lord, keep
His ways; for He will abide with thee."
- Yea, as He gave His physical blood that doubt and fear might be
banished, so He overcame death; not only in the physical body
but in the spirit body - that it may become as one with Him,
even as on that resurrection morn - that ye call thy Eastertide.
- raise then thy voice to Him (He will answer) "Be not
afraid, it is I."
- Let thy heart be lifted up.
- The "Cities of the Plains" was Sodom and Gommorrah.
- Cologne, the reputed burial place of the Magi in the
- Read Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress".
137-123 While there are specific
conditions as cause some distress, this, we find, is produced
by two conditions that cause uneasiness: One from the
condition of the wisdom tooth on the side here, giving
distress. The other from worry and anxiety. Were this tooth
opened, so that there may be the normal developments for
same, we will find this, with the proper anaesthesia for such
conditions, or hypnotic conditions for such conditions, will
relieve this distress. We would do that. In the general
conditions as cause uneasiness, these are necessarily the
reflections of experience in a physical reaction, and those
conditions as will work for the reaction of physical
conditions as related to sympathetic nerve reaction brings
better results. Hence anaesthesia, or hypnotic influences
through the properties given for the relief of the condition,
will bring the desired results.
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