By Joel S. Goldsmith
Goldsmith explains the Circle of Eternity--the foundation of his method of mysticism--and tells the way to go beyond the "parenthesis'' of our daily lives that falls among delivery and demise.
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But whatever the form, it is in this stage that we are in communion with God. An activity takes place that goes back and forth, almost as if it were from me to God and from God to me—a gentle flow backward and forward, in and out. Then I know that the Spirit is with me. "The Spirit of the Lord God is upon me. . " It is an actual experience of release. The third stage, that of conscious union with God, is the ultimate, and in this stage the personal or separate selfhood disappears. It is as if one were not aware of himself as a person, but as if only God Itself were there.
No, that is not what I mean. " That is all—just be still and know, but we are not to know anything because anything we know will be incorrect, only an object of sense, an object in mind. God is: that is enough to know. No images! No concepts! In the moment of not knowing, of unknowing—not in a moment of blankness, dullness, or of falling asleep—in a vibrant aliveness, God is experienced. Then we find that through this experience we live and move and have our being in God, and God in us. Mind and body cannot contain God, and He is so far beyond our imagination that no one can draw pictures of Him or hold mental ideas or concepts of what He really is.
This is my prayer—that I be God-governed, that I never forget to seek God every moment of the day. I pray that I may never forget to thank God for my daily bread, never forget to realize God as the Source of all, and that I am never unmindful of the limitless abundance of supply which God expresses through me to all those who come within range of my consciousness. God's grace is with me throughout this day, and His presence goes before me and walks beside me. In this Presence there is harmony and fulfillment because where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom from any and every limitation.