Monday, January 25, 2021


I noticed there were quite a few new people present Sun. morning. IF you know someone who is listening into out=r Sun. school class, please have them email me with their address so I can sned along our class reflections and recordings.



P. 243-244






            Our work is taking us into a deeper and deeper awareness of Who We Are and how what we do, think, feel touches everyone and everything. 

At first we look at ourselves as being this individual self who is striving for spiritual knowledge and awareness, but little do we realize that the more deeply I am attached to this individual or personality self that I am setting goals for myself that cannot be reached. I confuse doctrine with knowledge and the sense of self-importance or personal acheivement with humility.


So an aspect of the first lesson here is one that we have often repeated and that is to become aware and we have sort of a dual identity. We have an ego or personality consciousness which has been defined and encouraged by all of the other personality consciousness around us. And because this learning is so pervasive, we come to believe, like so many others around us, that this is Who We Are. In essence the way this looks is that God is out there someplace and I'm over here someplace, and in order for me to interact with the divine that somehow or another I must humble myself, judge myself, look at myself as being a bad person or a sinner. That seems to be the only route to follow.


Then I become aware, through my work, through my observation, through my awareness, through teachings that I've come across-- I become aware that the Kingdom of Heaven is within me as Jesus reminded us time and time again. I know what I am seeking for is not out there somewhere but in here. (When we speak of “in here” we are not referring to your spiritual body. we are referring to the shelf that you truly are.  I recall Matthew Fox give me image of instead of thinking your soul your spiritual nature is inside your body to imagine that your body is inside your spiritual nature.)That is a huge paradigm shift, and because we have been indoctrinated so much with identifying with our limited self it is easy to fall back into the old paradigm of somehow or another being separate from God. So I am not suggesting that once we reach this stage of awareness it stays with us all the time because it does not. We all will fall into forgetfulness we all will fall into forgetfulness of knowing Who We Are.


But once that awareness comes true for us it always remains true even in our forgetfulness. 

And then we are stretched to another level-- if the Divine, the creative power of God, the power of unconditional love is within me, then it must also be in you too you as well. There is no other choice for that one. So often our formal religions will claim the light and the love and the truth of God, but condemn you for believing in another way. “I've got the light and you don't.” Again there is a continual necessity for reminding ourselves of being in this state or stage of awareness of having the kingdom within us, and knowing that the kingdom is within you as well, no matter how or what it might appear on the outside.


Now the ego or the personality wants to turn that into judgment. So you ask questions such as “How could it possibly be for the Kingdom of Heaven to be within that child molester that murderer?” And here again we are asked to go back to the initial learning: we are not saying the Divine exists in violence or perversity because it cannot. But that there are some on planet Earth, many in fact, who are so wrapped up in their identity of their limited personality selves that it seems almost impossible for them to see beyond all of that into their true nature.

I can hold them in compassion because I was certainly in that place myself. I can also nurture a sense of gratitude that I am not so stuck in my limited identity.


Now the next stage is when we begin to become aware that anything we do, taste, sense, feel, touch, even think--any feeling did we hold or create, anything at all affects all of creation. Not just our little group of believers but everyone and everything.


When I say that I am reminded of the Buddha's rendition of the Golden Rule when he said very simply very lovingly, “See yourself in others who then shall you harm?”


Do you get a sense of all of that? How our sense of the universe has expanded over these past months to include all beings. I'm not even suggesting that we can understand that with our thinking mind because sometimes we cannot. The picture is too vast is to huge, but here we are.


And then if you want to take it a step further, and we do this as part of our study although it doesn't get pushed on you, imagine that you are experiencing one lifetime out of many, and what you do and what do you experience not only affects this particular lifetime and all the beings that exist in this time, but all creation a all timed is touched and influenced--All of creation

I don't know about you, but that one blows my mind and I can only sit with it for a while before I am overwhelmed.


But again, can you sense the movement from the identification with the small limited personality self to this Divine being that Embraces lifetime after lifetime and allows itself to be responsible for all of its thoughts and actions because we are never alone?


“How you live your lives collectively will be what changes in the years to come. You are all having to rediscover the brotherhood of man, and you are all having to discover the inherent divinity in all things. The massive change that will occur on this plane in time will be the remembrance of love as the only truth that may be attended to.”


I'm reminded of a quote by one of my favorite Mystics:


“Someday, after mastering the winds, the waves, the tides and gravity, we shall harness for God the energies of love, and then, for a second time in the history of the world, man will have discovered fire.” ― Pierre Teilhard De Chardin


Being called upon to believe that the Transformations our hearts desires are happening right now even if they are not necessarily manifest yet in the material world. They are happening. And one of the major ways we contribute to that is by opening ourselves up to the possibility-- the possibility then you can discover the inherent Divinity in all things.




That again is a continual teaching of these works. Instead of trying to be The Little Engine That Could, instead of huffing and puffing and trying to manifest something that you think you need to manifest, what is suggested for each one of us is opening ourselves up to the possibility that Oneness and unconditional love is a state of consciousness the can be reached. Somewhat similar to the prayer of Jesus when he prayed “Father that they all may be one just as you and I are one.” Or to paraphrase that a bit “May they all recognize their Oneness with all creation.”


“A structure that is built in high vibration will be built in love and, consequently, will be in accord with love—the manifestation on this plane moves into alignment with what we speak of.”


Now its structure could be anything. It could be a physical object like a home, it could be a pattern of thought or behavior. What is being suggested here is that anything that is built in higher vibration in accord with love, the created force field or the energy can affect and even heal. Most of us already know this. We have experienced this in different ways. A simple example is being in nature, which for many of us almost automatically raises our level of vibration and our sense of the sacred, and when we allow ourselves to experience that it offers all other beings the same possibility to experience the sacredness of that space.


Another wonderful example of the cathedrals of Europe. You can enter into them with a sense of wonder at the architecture and the beauty, but also, if you are open to it, you can be overcome by the depth of the awareness of Spirit that is being expressed through this physical building. Whenever I choose to look at a person, place or thing in wonder I am raising the level of vibration of love and all life. It’s that simple.


Of course the other side is true that when I am wrapped in negativity or separateness or anger or outrage I not only am inviting you to be part of that, but, just as I have shut myself off from the alignment to love, I've also contributed to shutting you off as well. Is that really what I want to do? 


“Now, what do you need to know? “How do I embark on a new journey in this awareness of my worth?” “How do I sing my song in the face of challenge?” “How do I trust this new awareness that I am coming to?” That is what we will attend to now as we continue our teaching.”


“Align to the possibility, please, that the God that you know has more power than you do to teach you what you need to learn, and the God within you, the Christ as you, is the finest teacher you will ever have.”



I do not know what each one of you experiences at the end of our Sunday morning gatherings, especially at the end of one of our meditations, but I do know that for me I have a sense of I can only call its ‘spaciousness; an openness. The knowing and sensations are connected with joy and our inner sense of being aware of one another, but it goes beyond that as well, in ways that I cannot define. And so in some ways, perhaps in many ways, the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.


I often wonder why can't I create that Sacred Space by myself. Now I realize that even by asking that question I am putting myself in a certain level of limitation, but rather than staying in a place of judgment I allow myself to move to a sense of gratitude that together we can create a space, a Healing Place, far beyond what each one of us might be able to do individually. And for that I am grateful.


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Tuesday, January 19, 2021



P. 161

We explored some interesting territory this morning. One of our classmates expressed a learning experience a short time ago, realizing the infinite spaciousness of the universe we live in, and how insignificant we are in comparison.

Here I am sitting in a room, which is part of the condo that Margo and I are living in, which is part of a neighborhood, which is part of the city of Louisville, which is part of the state of Kentucky, which is part of the United States, which is part of North America, which is part of planet Earth, which is a part of this solar system that we travel around this rather insignificant star called the Sun, which is part of the galaxy we call the Milky Way, which is made up of millions and millions of other solar systems, and the galaxy in which we live is only one of millions or perhaps billions of galaxies.

And here I am, thinking that I am the center of the universe. Now, that's only funny to my awareness of my connection in the Divine to all creation. To my personality or my ego-self, even a hint of that thought of insignificance is horribly frightening.

I'm reminded of a quote from A Course in Miracles: 

“This fragment of your mind is such a tiny part of it that, could you but appreciate the whole, you would see instantly that it is like the smallest sunbeam to the sun, or like the faintest ripple on the surface of the ocean. 4 In its amazing arrogance, this tiny sunbeam has decided it is the sun; this almost imperceptible ripple hails itself as the ocean. 5 Think how alone and frightened is this little thought, this infinitesimal illusion, holding itself apart against the universe.

…Do not accept this little, fenced-off aspect as yourself. 2 The sun and ocean are as nothing beside what you are.”

Now before you get too caught up in insignificance, please note that the sense of significance only lies in our identification with the ego or personality self. When we are speaking of the true self or the higher self or our divine nature, it surpasses all of these limited distinctions.

If you want to play with an even deeper awareness, along with the seemingly infinite nature of the material universe, beyond what the mind can comprehend, there is also the thought then we have been here, in existence, for many many many lifetimes. So not am I only not the center of the universe, this particular lifetime is not it either. To put that in perspective, the Buddha suggested to imagine a mountain a mile High and a mile wide and every hundred years or so a raven flies over the mountain with a silk cloth held in its beak and rubs it across the top of the mountain. How ever long it takes for the mountain to be smoothed over, that's how many times we've done the journey.

Again, I would suggest to the personality or limited ego consciousness that is an awful and discouraging image and realization. I can almost feel the weight of it on my shoulders, but again, here we are challenged to know ourselves beyond our limited awareness, and that all of these journeys in the material and immaterial world, all of this essentially is the evolution of love, the evolution of creation, the evolution of God.

I do not claim to understand that, but I do know that the fear, the apprehension, the heaviness of that sense of insignificance only perpetuates more fear and heaviness. I can look at that as being true or I can allow myself to be embraced with the Divine truth of who I am.

Now, we are we suggesting that even when we identify with our Divine Nature, our fears will not necessarily disappear. Fear or lack or separateness will still need to be contended with as long as it continues to play a role in our lives here on planet Earth. 


“As you stand in this vibration, you must demonstrate it, and to do this you need to give yourself permission to dismantle those creations that have been used to stand in the way of your expression as love. Now, why would anyone create an expression to oppose the vibration of love? Why would you build a house and shield yourself from love? Well, you do this because you have been taught that it is not safe to allow others close. You have done this because you have had experiences that proved that to be true. And as you create a wall between yourself and your fellows, you preclude them from expressing themselves as love to you, and vice versa. As you realize what we teach, and by realize we mean “know in your expression,” you may understand that the invitation of others to be loved, to be seen in love, will amplify your consciousness in ways that you may know and demonstrate.”

One of the first things we noticed here is this word or concept of “dismantling.” The concept has been expressed before and the suggestion is that our negativity or our self-created barriers do not simply disappear because we want them to. The process requires work. A few aspects of the work include 1)accepting responsibility for these destructive patterns of thought and behavior forgiveness for those who might have passed them on to us; 2)acknowledgement and awareness that these patterns are ours now and 3) the recognition that they no longer serve us. Along with that is the willingness, not only to let them go, but to allow a more positive power or pattern to take its place. In this act of awareness and surrender, we realize that the newly-created pattern that will take the place of the old cannot be a creation of the intellect or the personality self. In other words, it must come from our own Divine being that “wee small voice.” These are simply some of the stages in dismantling old patterns and allowing new ones to take their place.

If we simply think that old patterns of thought and behavior will disappear because we want them to, we will find ourselves submerging them or simply covering them over, stuffing them into the shadow bag, without realizing that they still have a mind and power of their own. Guaranteed, if we use the “cover-up” method, it will come back and bite us on the behind, sometimes when we least expect it.

Most of us grew up in an atmosphere of conditional love-- “I will love you if; I will love you because…” which might have been overly stated or was part of the covert message we heard from our parents, our church, our teachers. Conditional love carries with it a deep level of conscious and unconscious fear that “you must do whatever you can do in order to gain another person's love and do whatever it is you need to do to try to hold on to it.” The “paradoxical knot” is that if you are not well equipped to gain someone's conditional love, there must be something wrong with you.

You can probably notice from that circular argument, how any one of us can be caught in that fear-based experience of life.

We say all of this, to carry the awareness that much of our fear based activity is an attempt to protect ourselves, to keep ourselves safe or to try to make ourselves as lovable as we can.

As always being given some of these words on Sunday morning, I recalled a few lines from Paul Simon song “I am a Rock.”

“I have my books in my poetry to protect me. I'm hiding in my room; safe within my womb; I touch no one and no one touches me, I am a rock I am an island. And a rock feels no pain and an island never cries.” And yet each one of us realizes the ridiculousness of that. What a difference it is to truly not feel something as opposed to covering up my feeling/emotional nature with a deep sense of separation and denial.

“What am I protecting myself against? Why do I wrap myself up in this need for safety?”

Here is another paradox of conditional love-- that it never feels safe; it is always contingent on known or unknown factors and therefore could be taken away at a whim. And because of this drastic uncertainty I feel horribly vulnerable and terribly unsafe.

I realized in my own life, living out this frightened theme of conditional love, the being loved or being accepted or being okay, and having all of that dependent upon other people's response to me, or my interpretation of other people's response to me, was an extremely fragile structure. And because of its fragility, it needed to be reconstructed everyday. And even though I realized it was a house made of twigs, it was all I thought I had. 

We speak often speak of loving others and loving ourselves, and more often than not, we will suggest to ourselves then we can love others pretty well, but we have a difficult time loving ourselves. I would like to challenge that for a moment.

We do love others, but we love them selectively. We might love them as unconditionally as we can, but they are more of what ACIM calls “special relationships” rather than an expression of love to everyone and everything. I would suggest, because of this selectivity, it is one of the major reasons why we might have a difficult time loving ourselves. Loving ourselves and loving others is always a matter of degree. “I love you because… also means “I love me because…” Do you see we've already created a reality.

Jesus pointed out “If you love only those who love you back, what good is that?”

We continue to learn and relearn that unconditional love is also non-exclusive. You either love everybody that way or you don't. You will either be in the experience of conditional love or unconditional love, and whichever experience you are in will flow or emanate from you. In the words of the text above, your experience of the kind of love that you are embracing will express itself through you. It cannot be any other way

And so here we are again, coming to this place, this space of willingness, I am willing to love others unconditionally and to allow myself to be loved unconditionally as well.

You see you do not  love yourself unconditionally because what that turns out to be is the personality-self attempting to love the personality sel- unconditionally. It doesn't work that way: can't work that way. Experiencing unconditional love is opening ourselves up to the possibility and allowing ourselves to be embraced by it.

I am loved unconditionally and so are you. 




You graciously allowed me to share this passage Dr. Richard Selzer (surgeon at Yale) in his book, Mortal Lessons.

“On the bulletin board in the front hall of the hospital where I

work,” Dr. Selzer begins, “there appeared an announcement.

'Yeshi Dhonden,' it read,' 'will make rounds at six o'clock on the

morning of June 10'. The particulars were given, followed by the

note, 'Yeshi Dhonden is Personal Physician to the Dalai Lama.' I

am not so leathery a skeptic that I would knowingly ignore an

emissary from the gods. Not only might such sangfroid be inimical

to one's earthly well-being, it could take care of eternity, as well.

“Thus, on the morning of June 10, I join the clutch of whitecoats

waiting  for  rounds in the small conference room. The air in

the room is heavy with ill-concealed dubiety and suspicion of 

bamboozlement. You know, surgeons. Whatever. At precisely six

o'clock, he materializes, a short, golden, barrely man, dressed in

a sleeveless robe of saffron and maroon, his scalp shaven, the

only visible hair is the black line above each hooded eye.

He bows in greeting while his young interpreter makes the

introduction. Yeshi Dhonden, we are told, will examine a

patient  whose diagnosis is unknown to him, as it is to us.

We are further informed that, for the past two hours, Yeshi

Dhonden has purified himself by fasting, bathing, and prayer. I,

who just gobbled down my breakfast, performed only the most

desultory of ablutions, and given no thought at all to my soul,

glance furtively at my fellows. Suddenly, we seem a soiled,

uncouth lot.

“The patient had been awakened early and told that she was to

be examined by a foreign doctor, and had been asked to offer a

fresh specimen of urine, so when we enter her room, she

shows no surprise. She had long ago taken on that mixture of 

compliance and resignation that is the face of chronic illness. This

was another in a series of examinations. Yeshi Dhonden steps to

the bedside while the rest of us stand apart, watching. For a long

time, he gazes at the woman, favoring no part of her body with

his eyes, but seeming to fix his glance at a place just above her

supine form. I, too, study her: No physical sign or obvious

symptom gives a clue to the nature of her disease.

At last, he takes her hand, raising it in both of his own. And now,

he bends over the bed in a kind of crouching stance, his head

drawn down into the collar of his robe. His eyes are closed as he

feels for her pulse. In a moment he has found the spot, and for

the next half-hour he remains thus, suspended above the patient

like some exotic golden bird with folded wings, holding the pulse

of the woman beneath his fingers, cradling her hand. All the

power of this man seems to be drawn down to the palpation of 

that pulse. And where I stand, it is as though he and the patient have

entered a special place of apartness, about which no violation is

possible. After a moment, the woman rests back upon her

pillow. From time to time, she raises her head to look at the

strange figure above her, then sinks back once more. I cannot see

their hands joined in a correspondence that is exclusive, intimate,

his fingertips receiving the voice of her sick body through the

rhythm and throb she offers at her wrist.

All at once, I am envious – not of him, not of Yeshi Dhonden for

his gift of beauty and holiness, but of her. I want to be held like

that, touched so, so received. And I know that I, who have

palpated a hundred thousand pulses, have felt not a single one.

At last, Yeshi Dhonden straightens, gently places the woman's

hand upon the bed, and steps back. The interpreter produces a

small wooden bowl and two sticks, and he pours a portion of the

urine specimen and whips the liquid for several minutes until a

foam is razed. Then, bowing to the bowl, he inhales the odor three

times, sets the bowl down, and turns to leave. All this while, he has 

not uttered a single word.

As he nears the door, the woman raises her head and calls out to

him in a voice at once urgent and serene. 'Thank you, doctor,

thank you.' she says, and touches with her other hand the place

he had held on her wrist, as though to recapture something

important that had visited her there. Yeshi Dhonden turns back

for a moment to gaze at her, then steps into the corridor. Rounds

are at an end.

We are seated  in the conference room. Yeshi Dhonden speaks

now for the first time, in soft Tibetan sounds that I have never heard before. 

He has barely begun when the

young interpreter begins to translate, the two voices continuing 

in tandem – a bilingual fugue, the one chasing the other. 

It is like the chanting of monks.

He speaks of winds coursing through the body of the woman,

currents that break against barriers, eddying. These vortices are

in her blood, he says. The last spendings of an imperfect heart.

Between the chambers of the heart, long, long before she was

born, a wind had come and blown open a deep gate that must

never be opened. Through it charge the full waters of her river, as

the mountain stream cascades in the springtime, battering,

knocking loose the land, and flooding her breath. Thus he speaks,

and now is silent.

“May we ... have the diagnosis?” a professor asks.

“The host of ... [the] rounds, the only who knows, answers.

“Congenital heart disease. Interventricular septal defect, with

resultant heart failure.” A gateway in the heart, I think, that

must not be opened, through it charge the full waters, that flood

her breath. So, here then is the doctor listening to the sounds of 

the body, to which the rest of us would only aspire. He is more

than doctor, he is priest. 

I know that the doctor to the gods is

pure knowledge and healing, and the doctor to humans must

stumble, his patients must die, as must he, but now and then it

happens, as I make my own rounds, that I hear the sounds of his

voice, like an ancient Buddhist prayer, its meaning long since

forgotten, only the music remaining. Then a jubilation possesses

me, and I feel myself touched by something holy.”

That is a beautiful demonstration of vibration. We talk of vibration quiet often yet it is rare that we have the opportunity to see it and feel it right up front.

Here is another beautiful example of raising our vibration in a conscious way. I believe this prayer speaks for itself and certainly needs no other words for me. 

“On this day I choose to realign my vibration to the highest expression of love that I may hold. And I give myself permission to release any and all judgment of what cannot be loved, who cannot be loved, and I allow myself to accept my former choices as born in what I believed. And I relinquish the beliefs that have held me in abeyance so I may rise to a new understanding of love, and express as love in truth and knowing. As I say this, I know it is true. I am claiming my power back from any expressions of value that are not in alignment to love, and I give myself permission to reclaim myself as the expression of God in love that I am intended to be. I am Word through this intention. Word I am Word.”

Right after this prayer  this affirmation the book stated:

“Paul is feeling his energy shift as he claims this, and we expect that you will feel the same as you align to this decree. ”

This might simply be a personal hang up of mine and so if you cannot identify please Let It Go. What I have found, though, is that in much spiritual literature the authors or the guides we'll use the word or the concept “feel.” The difficulty is that most of us translate that into our physical feelings or our human emotions. Often times what I have discovered is that what is meant by “feeling” is not a physical or human emotion. It is more of an internal sense or a knowing that might or might not be accompanied by a human emotion.

For example, we can know that we are loved even if we might not feel that on a physical or personal level. We can know the truth of Who We Are even though we might not be experiencing that on a human level of our emotions.

You see the confusion is that many of us might think that “If I don't feel it then it might not be real.” As we have discovered so far, experiencing what is real sometimes goes far beyond where your man emotions might take you.

So what I do, and you can certainly apply this if it is helpful to you, is that whenever I come across the word “feal” or “feeling” in spiritual literature, I translate that in my mind to “having a sense of” or “being aware of” or “an inner knowing.” I realize, as I mentioned above that inner knowing might or might not be accompanied by human emotions. Certainly knowing that I am loved and having a concomitant human feeling of that love coming to me is a real bonus. However, I do not want to use my human emotions as being a barometer of my spiritual state. My spiritual state of being and my awareness of the depths of who I am goes far beyond my physical nature.

Another current example comes to mind for me, and, again, I am reflecting on my own experience which might or might not apply to you. I noticed that after the reading that was quoted above, there was an eloquent sense of Silence that was created. We could call that a vibrational energy that went far beyond words but that carried with it a deep resonance and awareness of the sacred. In some ways we could call that a “feeling” because we all sensed it in our own unique way, but it was not an emotional state nor was it one that was related to our five senses. It was deeper than that; it was beyond that.

So we will find ourselves from time to time, and especially as we delve into deeper areas of spirit, that our human language begins to break down and we will need to compensate as best we can.

I recall a passage from the Jungian analyst Robert Johnson from  The Fisher King and the Handless Maiden and although he is speaking more of psychology rather than spirituality, I believe the essence of what he is reflecting on still applies: 

“The first difficulty we meet in discussing anything concerning the feeling function is that we have no adequate vocabulary to use. Where there is no terminology, there is no consciousness. A poverty-stricken vocabulary for any subject is an immediate admission that the subject is inferior or depreciated in that society. Sanskrit has ninety-six words for love; ancient Persian has eighty)", Greek three, and English only one. This is indicative of the poverty of awareness or emphasis that we give to that tremendously important realm of feeling. Eskimos have thirty words for snow, because it is a life-and- death matter for them to have exact information about the element they live with such intimately. If we had a vocabulary of thirty words for love and matters of feeling, we would immediately be richer and more intelligent in this human element so close to our heart. An Eskimo probably would die of clumsiness if he had only one word for snow; we are close to dying of loneliness because we have only one word for love.”

If any of you would like to explore that further please bring it up as we come together in class next Sunday.

“Now when you stand in your knowing, “I know who I am, I know what I am, I know how I serve,” you have created a path. And as we walk you down this path, we want you to see the creations you have made that guide the way on each side. What do I claim here? Where am I not in my worth there? These are the sights that show themselves as you walk forward, and they are never shown to you to keep you in place, but as an opportunity to grow and move forward in your awareness of your worth.”

Notice the emphasis here, “when you stand in your knowing” --when you claim the truth of Who You Are even if you might not be feeling it at the moment. We all do this without thinking sometimes and we need to give ourselves some credit for knowing how to go beyond what my feeling nature or what My Five Senses might be telling me.

There have certainly been times in our lives when we have not felt like loving certain people even our kids at some point might have been driving us nutty. As strong as my feelings might have been they truly could not interfere with my ability to love these beings. “I love you; I might not feel like it, but the truth how I hold you in love can never be diminished.” 

Thank you all blessings have a wonderful week.