Soul Prayer is a radio talk show with the title Prayer that Reconciles Sense to Soul.
Hostess Lisa Winton and Swami Jayananda will talk about why the power of Prayer is in knowing the Truth; Life is Perfect the Divine Creation is whole, complete, changeless and functioning. In this show they will explain why it is futile to ask for anything because Eternal Life isn’t withholding anything. Listen as they discuss prayer as communion with the Perfection of Being and how knowing this Truth makes us free. Welcome to the Voice of Yoga; we are talking consciousness! Join the Kriya Yoga Spiritual Advance to get the Light in your soul and live righteously.
- Prayer that lifts consciousness out of sense level of mortality, imperfection, and false belief into the Soul level of immortality, Perfection and Divine Truth.
- Atonement as at-one-ment also used to mean reconciliation for sin. There seems to be a huge difference in the two uses for the word.
- Joel Goldsmith The Heart of Mysticism letters, ” “As you diligently search for the kingdom of God, it is right and fitting that those who have found and entered therein should give unto you healing, supply, and harmony —the waters of life—until you have had the opportunity to receive and understand the principle for yourself. Thus it is that the material that has been presented in these monthly letters can be used to great advantage, because each Letter is a lesson in expanding the understanding that the kingdom of God is within you. In everyday language they present an opportunity to drink from the fount of living waters, thereby opening consciousness to receive the revelation of truth from within your own being. Each has but one object: the deepening and ripening of your individual consciousness, that the spiritual activity of the Christ may be awakened in you, so that you may go out into the world and be the light of life and love unto all men. These letters form a bridge over which you travel in your journey from sense to Soul, and after you have crossed this bridge you will find yourself in the Promised Land—within your own being you will find yourself at-one with God —“. . . the place whereon thou standest is holy ground. . . . Son, thou art ever with me, and all that I have is thine.” Again and again this principle of oneness with God has been presented and reiterated, in numerous ways and by means of various illustrations, always endeavoring to make you realize that the kingdom you seek is not to be found anywhere external to your own being.”
- Herb Fitch Soundbite from 4D 20A
- Bicknell Young Oneness, “
ATONEMENT. While the atonement has to do with man’s relation to God, yet we can see, by the division of the word, Mrs. Eddy meant us to understand this relationship of God and man to be, not two, but onement. This is the underlying teaching of Christian Science and is shown by the following fact. The first chapter of S&H is “Prayer.” Prayer is the subject that appeals to all persons. Mrs. Eddy showed wisdom in introducing her Science through this inexhaustible avenue. The second chapter is “Atonement and Eucharist,” and in the first six lines she gives us a statement of Science in her book. S&H 18:1: “Atonement is the exemplification of man’s unity with God, whereby man reflects divine Truth, Life, and Love. Jesus of Nazareth taught and demonstrated man’s oneness with the Father, and for this we owe him endless homage. His mission was both individual and collective.”
The atonement is an exact science. Therefore, to be understood, it must be demonstrated, and that means individually. It becomes clearer and clearer to every student, that he must progressively gain a better understanding of what atonement is, and individually prove it. The atonement teaches us the Science of our oneness with God, and because it is Science, we must demonstrate it in our daily lives, by overcoming sin, sickness and death, and over all suggestions which would claim an existence apart from God. Jesus did not say, “My Father and I are two,” but ONE. In speaking of this oneness with God, Jesus could not have meant twoness; otherwise he would have said, “I and my Father are two.” He was impressing thought with the fact that there was only one Being, not two. God being God-being and man-being.”