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2011 Study Guide

Joel Goldsmith states very clearly that knowing the letter of truth is not sufficient, we have to progress towards being taught by the spirit or Christ within us, then our consciousness is changed. He says “Nothing exists for us except what we become conscious of or aware of. Therefore, if we would bring the grace of God into our experience, we must consciously open our consciousness to the truth that ‘I and the Father are one.'”

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2010 Study Guide

Joel Goldsmith asks, "Do we know our true identity? Do we know who we are? For therein lies the secret. Are we human beings? Are we sinners? Are we mortal? Is that our identity or is that a mistaken concept…

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2009 Study Guide

Joel Goldsmith describes the many ways that if followed, will lead to the kingdom of heaven within each of us. Among these are meditation — which is the actual contact with the spirit within — the discipline of body and mind, the purpose of prayer, forgiveness, the one Self and the impersonalization of good and evil. These are but a few of the clear instructions that are presented in this book. (The 1977 Letters)

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2008 Study Guide

“One of the most important principles of the Infinite Way is that God constitutes individual being. This means that God constitutes your being and mine. God manifests as our life, mind, spirit, and soul. Even our body is the temple of God. This is the spiritual truth about every one of us.” (The 1976 Letters)

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2007 Study Guide

“The most advanced step in the message of the Infinite Way is not to meet a problem on the level of the problem. Such a step can be imparted only by a person who has caught its significance. At that stage, the Infinite Way student is at the highest mystical point, having lost all interest in changing negative or bad humanhood into good humanhood. He is interested in one thing only: the reign of God on earth. That is all. He is concerned only with the realization that God’s kingdom is on earth, as it is in heaven.” (The 1975 Letters)

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