Miracle

Miracle is a radio talk show with the title The Anatomy of a Miracle.

A picture of Lisa and Kenny doing the radio talk show titled The Anatomy of a Miracle.

Miracle:

Hostess Lisa Winton and Swami Jayananda will talk about miracles as the anatomy of a Spiritual impulse and not as some act of Divine intervention. Listen as they explain why it is stated in the bible that with God all things are possible (Mark 10:27 ” And Jesus looking upon them saith, With men it is impossible, but not with God: for with God all things are possible.”). In this show they will discuss why Mary Baker Eddy defined a Christian Science healing as “acknowledgement of the present Perfection.” Welcome to the Voice of Yoga; we are talking consciousness! Join the Kriya Yoga Spiritual Advance to get the Light in your soul and experience Amazing without the cost of a new car.

Notes:

  1. Divine creation is right here now and it is Perfect. Divine Life is functioning everywhere. So what is sickness, suffering, death, lack, limitation; something called “this world” in the bible? This world is the “human” concept of the Divine creation; it is a refraction of the Divine Idea a limited conception of Truth.
  2. The human experience is the false activity of the carnal mind which cannot extend beyond mortal thought; we spend all our time trying to figure how the false became real instead of knowing the Truth.
  3. The Miracle is the anatomy of a Spiritual impulse. Divine Subjective Egoism involves letting yourself accept the Divine Life as the only 4. Life there is and, therefore, the only Life that you can now be. What Mary Baker Eddy called “Living above corporeal sense and correcting it.”
    What is commonly called the miracle is the natural state of being; the Divine creation which in truth is the only reality. What we are dealing with is the false activity created by a belief in two powers. By accepting the testimony of the 5 corporeal senses we are calling the unreal real and then accepting the belief in matter putting us on the wrong side of the equation.