Archive for the ‘Morning Talks’ Category

28 – The House on the Rock

This section of the book covers fortune telling, fortune tellers, dowsing, witchcraft and witches as well as the powers they use to do what they do. We address dreams, hearing and the injustice of Christian persecutions of witches and others.

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27 – The House on the Rock

Evolution, both physical and spiritual, is discussed in this section of the book. As usual the text covers much ground and many different topics within the main topic.

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26 – The House on the Rock

This section of the book covers visions. Visions meant to awaken man to see the path of destruction he has chosen and how quickly we are moving our planet toward it. Private visions to guide people toward their own spiritual development as well as false visions and how to distinguish the difference.

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25 – The House on the Rock

This episode goes into more depth and detail about the Real Mind, the soul, the self and how it’s all related. The analogy of a soldier in an army is used to draw a mental picture of our intricate and invisible make up. Our relationship and responsibility to other sentient beings on our planet is also described and discussed.

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24 – The House on the Rock

We talk about man as a spiritual being, the spiritual nature of all creation and how our ignorance of this has opened us to forces that are challenging the peace of our world. Also covered is the idea of spiritual service.

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23 – The House on the Rock

This section deals with psychic, spiritual and mental force in an interesting way that makes it clear that there are energies we use and ignorantly take for granted. We also cover food and diet that supports spiritual development.

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About Esoteric Talks

"No good deed goes unpunished."

The person most frequently credited as the originator of the phrase is playwright Clare Boothe Luce. Also credited have been playwright Noel Coward, writer Oscar Wilde, journalist Walter Winchell and the late Washington Post writer Bill Gold. The original idea is probably an ancient proverb.

Appearing cynical on the surface, a closer examination of human nature reveals the False Personality to be incredibly vengeful and petty due to its hubris.

Plato has Socrates say, "An unexamined life is not worth living." The reason no good deed goes unpunished is because most people are living lives not worth living. If you feel a sting, that probably means you are spending more time and energy examining the lives of others than you are examining your own.