Spirit World & Guidance
“All Guidance Is For All” Whatever one does affects everyone else, and whatever is done to one affects everyone else. Read More »
“The ‘Magical Event’ of My Mother’s Passing”
In my meditation this morning, this was given to me:
It was Magical
to be with my mother
as she passed over.
of the Supernatural Power
that ever bound us
– and ever will.
“Painting as Guided”
Michelangelo was aware of his “I,” his ego, when he painted, just as we are when we look at his paintings. But when we go back and look at Paleolithic art, for instance that of the Lascaux caves, we realize that these were not the result of people’s conscious thoughts.Read More »
Video: Harry Edwards and the Spiritualization of Everyday Life In this free video, Dr. Diamond discusses the great spiritual healer, Harry Edwards (1893-1976), who lived in a state of Cantillation (high Life Energy). Read More »
“Creativity as Aspiration through Meditation”
What unconscious does the artist bring into conscious expression?
The superficial – with always some hate, often more than the love,
or the Deep Unconscious of Pure, Pure Love?
In a sense, it all depends on meditation. Did he, does he, meditate? And what Guidance does he receive from it?
It does not have to be meditation in the more formal sense, only some means of surrendering himself to Inspiration.Read More »
“Beyond the Universal Law”
Accepting all that others do to me as coming through them, as the Karmic Plan. All being, in this sense, acts of God. And all not for me but for the spirit within me.
I accept all for the spirit within.
(Well, not in fact – but at least in fantasy.)Read More »
“Affirmations for Meditation” Three powerful affirmations for meditation. Read More »
“The Search for the Word”
I have been searching for a long time to find a particular word or phrase. It is a word for what we call divine or universal love. Unfortunately, the word love has been so debased and misused and overused that it now has little real value. We “love” ice cream and we say that it tastes “divine,” so how can we use those same words for God or for the God that we see in our fellow man?Read More »