The tendency of evolution is the perfecting of individuality; the concentration of power in the ego. Man must learn that he is self-creative, and that his only hope lies in this fact; that his only salvation is knowledge; that knowledge is a constantly growing power.
Seeing this to be so, let every human being take fresh hope.
So long as Salvation is supposed to depend on another, it must always seem doubtful; and this doubt cannot but keep one more or less under the influence of fear.
But when self-salvation is seen to rest on self-dependence, on individual effort, then native courage and will-power come to the rescue, and a man shoulders the burden of his journey, and trudges along the road of endless progression with faith in himself to overcome all obstacles.
And in this frame of mind he grows stronger every hour, no matter how rough the journey; the rougher the better, since every conquest adds to his strength until he feels his position to be God-like and irresistible.
More from Helen Wilmans
- Born in 1831 and died in 1907
- Studied under Emma Curtis Hopkins
- Was a journalist and author
- Was active in the Mental Science Movement
- Was charged with postal fraud for healing through mail. Fighting this charged caused her lose most of her fortune.