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Realities

All our fears are needless, and not one single human hope, expectation, or aspiration, is half great enough or good enough or bold enough. —Edwin Arnold As I teach and treat, and have larger experiences which come to me in this work, I have less theory in regard to the…
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Reality

I see men gaze upon the distant skiesOf ideals inaccessible and vain;And miss the Holy Way which near them lies—The hourly conquest over sin and pain.I see uplifted and imploring handsAching with emptiness; I see the cause,Self-made, of man’s long sorrow; see his bandsSelf-wrought, self-bound; I see the broken laws.Wisdom…
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Reality

I see men gaze upon the distant skies Of ideals inaccessible and vain; And miss the Holy Way which near them lies— The hourly conquest over sin and pain. I see uplifted and imploring hands Aching with emptiness; I see the cause, Self-made, of man's long sorrow; see his bands…
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Reality

lf life is to be real it must be emancipated from every sort of slavery to self and evil, and if the multitude of outward things are not what they seem, how shall we escape from the chains which bind us to the unreal and the untrue? Divine Wisdom says:…
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The Divine Companion

You can listen to James Allen's book The Divine Companion using the player below. Click on the play button to listen online or you can download the files to your computer using the links in the download column for use on your iPod or other MP3 player. .mp3browser {width:100%} .mp3browser…
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Instruction, Concerning the Great Reality

To the awakened and enlightened,To those who seek to be awakened and enlightened,—There is darkness and there is Light;There is dreaming and there is Waking;There is illusion and there is Reality.The darkness apprehendeth not the Light;The dreamer knoweth not his waking mind;And the wanderer in illusion is unacquainted with Reality;Of…
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The Inward Reality

Daily contemplation or meditation on truth and duty, and earnest aspiration, are as necessary to the health and progress of the spiritual nature or higher soul, as our daily material food is to the sustenance and welfare of the physical body. It may truly be said to be the "daily…
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