Prayerful Intimacy Praise
The holy faith powers of prayerful intimacy and praiseful living .. worshipful communion adoration of the imminent omnipresence of God through the living doorway of His Indwelling and Individualized Spirit.
I speak to you now of your eternalizing seven faculties .. your eleven natural powers of living faith and will, of mind and personhood in creating for thyselves an existence of Light and Life.
Read, Study, Learn, and Daily Apply, my Preceptual Instructions bringing consciousness and selfhood .. amongst all thine other destinies.
The greatest of all my methods of problem solving I have so faithfully taught you .. and this is the isolation of your cooperative collaboration .. a directly determined concentration of worshipful communion and intention.
In this divine and healthy character habit of going off by yourself to commune with the Father indwelling you .. who is in a state of heavenly joy .. is to be found the spiritual technique, not only of gathering strength and wisdom for the ordinary conflicts of living, but also of appropriating and directing thine energies for the God-given solution of the higher problems of a moral and spiritual nature.
But even correct methods of solving problems will not compensate for those inherent defects of personality or shall it atone for the absence of the hunger and thirst for true righteousness and God relationship.
Be thou deeply impressed with the custom of going apart by yourself to engage in these seasons of solitary survey of the problems of living; to seek for new stores of wisdom and energy for meeting the manifold demands of social service; to quicken and deepen the supreme purpose of living by actually subjecting the total personality to the consciousness of contacting with divinity; to grasp for possession of new and better methods of adjusting oneself to the ever-changing situations of living existence; to effect those vital reconstructions and readjustments of one’s personal attitudes which are so essential to enhanced insight into everything worth while and real; and to do all of this with an eye single to the glory of God—to breathe in sincerity your Master’s favorite prayer, “Not my will, but yours, be done.”
This worshipful practice brings that relaxation which renews the mind; that illumination which inspires the soul; that courage which enables one bravely to face one’s problems; that self-understanding which obliterates debilitating fear; and that consciousness of union with divinity which equips man with the assurance that enables him to dare to be Godlike.
Michael Of Nebadon