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From the Spirit of Truth. I am open and receptive to God’s living Spirit of Truth. Together, “I am open and receptive to God’s living Spirit of Truth.” Father, we are grateful. Amen.

What is it that precedes bodily healing? The mind of peace precedes bodily healing. What is the first right step in praying for healing? Become still. Please remember these two statements from Charles Fillmore’s genius: The Mind of peace precedes bodily healing. If you need a healing, don’t attack your body first; find the mind of what first? Peace.

Get peaceful, peaceful first, then go on from there. You’ve taken the right first step, and when you’ve taken a right step, what are your chances for taking more right steps? Very good. But you take a wrong first step, what are your chances for the rest of the steps? Not good, you see? So start with the right first step: the mind of peace. And also, if you’re praying for healing, begin by becoming still, still. Get that agitation quieted, especially in your emotional nature.

Alright friends, we’ve come now to a new chapter called God Presence, which is a very different statement from “God is present.” God Presence is correct, God is present is only partly correct, because anything that is present can also be absent. Anything that is present can also be absent, but Presence can only be Presence, and its Presence is every, everywhere, equally Presence everywhere, which is what we call “Omnipresence,” right you are.

Now Mr. Fillmore says, “No man knows the beginning of the query, Who, what, and where is God? It is dropped from the lips of the little child when he first begins to lisp the name of father and of mother, and it is repeated throughout the years. Who made you? Who made me? Who made the earth, the moon, [and] the sun? God. Then who made God? Thus back to the cause beyond the cause ever runs the questioning mind of man. He would understand the omnipresence that caused him to be.”

Some years ago, many years ago, when I worked in Silent Unity, we had Daily Word meetings every morning. And each day, a different coworker would conduct the meeting, and our Director, May Rowland would conduct the Tuesday morning Healing Meetings, all the time. And I remember, particularly remember, a Daily Word meeting, and a worker, a coworker, was to lead this meeting, and she was a worker whom I’d never heard speak. Imagine working in Silent Unity and somebody keeps quiet?!

I had never heard this girl speak. I’d say hello to her and she was very friendly and a good worker, but very, very, very quiet. And so when I saw her sitting up there at the leader’s desk I became a little apprehensive, I thought, “Oh my, is she going to ruin this Daily Word meeting, this girl who never talks?” I was apprehensive.

She gave one of the most beautiful, beautiful Daily Word meetings I have ever participated in, and in fact, it was so good that I did something I never did at Daily Word meetings, I took notes. You’re supposed to not take notes at Daily Word meetings, you’re supposed to look at the speaker, but I took notes.

And she said that in Silent Unity, in her work in Silent Unity, sometimes she used to become a little bit apprehensive about the fact that we never saw any of these people that we were writing to and praying for, and you know, many of them lived thousands of miles away and chances are we would never get near these people, and here we were writing their names down, praying for them, writing to them, blessing them, [and] everything. And she used to worry about, “Is this, shouldn’t there be less space between us? Shouldn’t we try to meet these people?”

And she did prayer work on that and this is what came to her in prayer, [and] she didn’t explain this, she just reported it as it came to her, so please don’t ask me to explain it, promise? I’ll only report it, repeat it. This came to her, she said, “God is not located somewhere. God is Presence.” Not location but what? Presence. Not present, but Presence.

Then this came to her: “Space, what man calls space, is not separation; it is Presence. Eternity is not time; Eternity is present, now. Now is the only eternity there is.” A million, million, million years from now, what are you going to call that moment a million, million, million years from now? Now. Present. See? Present, now; so that’s what eternity is.

And so she said, “I realized then that there isn’t a lot of space and separation between Silent Unity workers and those we pray for, but that is Presence, and the more space there seems to be, the more Presence there is, and who is that Presence? God.” Wasn’t that a beautiful realization? I thought, you know, this girl doesn’t talk much, but she sure must pray much; that’s what we wanted in Silent Unity.

You may be interested to know that she got married and left Silent Unity, and now she is working in a clinic in California for advanced AIDS patients. And I can just imagine the comfort and solace that she’s bringing to those unfortunate people with the AIDS, and I think of her often and bless her often.

Alright, now Mr. Fillmore says, “Does an answer ever come to these questionings? Does man ever receive satisfactory returns from this mental delving into the unfathomable?” Unfathomable means you can’t fathom it, and yet we continue to delve into the unfathomable.

He says, “Each man and each woman must answer individually; for only the mind of God can know God. If you have found God in your own soul (note: Actual Fillmore book says “in your own mind”) you have found the source of health, of freedom, and of the wisdom that answers all questions.” And friends, sometimes the right answer to a question is: Nobody knows.

Did you hear me? Sometimes that’s the right answer: Nobody knows. And so we don’t have to get upset if we don’t get answers to questions that nobody knows anyway! So I say this, that if you’re asking the wrong question, you’re lucky if you don’t get an answer. Do you understand? Because a wrong question can only get a wrong answer; only right questions can get right answers, and those answers are available to us.

Now, according to what Mr. Fillmore is saying here, you may not be able to define or explain many of the Truths of God, but any person can know them and experience them. Now there are many, many teachings of Truth, and principles, and laws, and terminologies that we cannot define and explain, but any person can know and experience them. Let me give you an example of this.

Can you define or explain a thought? I see you can’t. Congratulations, you’re honest people. You can’t define or explain a thought, but you can know, come on, you can know of what you’re thinking and you can experience [it]. No definitions, no explanations, but you can know and you can experience.

How about love? “Oh but Mr. Rabel, I looked it up in The Revealing Word.” All you read were statements about love and the results of love. Nobody can define or explain love, but can you know it? And can you experience it, girls? Leave the men out of this, there you go.

Now I’ve got the toughest one of all. Nobody in this room can define or explain ‘green.’ Green! G-r-e-e-n, can you define it or explain it? Can you? See? But can you know green when you see it? And can you experience green? Sure. See, if you see something and know it, you’re experiencing it; it’s an extension of you.

So you see, these examples, the point I’m trying to make in these examples is: Don’t worry about things you can’t define or explain. Be satisfied to know these things and experience them, and God is that. You can’t define God. We can make statements about God, but they’re not definitions, they’re statements.

But, and we can’t explain God, try! Who created the Creator? Can’t explain that, but you can know: God is, I am, we are one – you know this and you experience this, and it is a beautiful thing. Now take a load off of your intellect; it helps a great deal, folks.

Alright, and now Mr. Fillmore goes on. He says, “Man recognizes that health is fundamental in Being and that health is his own divine birthright.” Now this is just one time, one example of Mr. Fillmore saying that. In many other places in his writings he says the same things [in] slightly different ways, like he says, “Health is his natural state of Being,” “Health is the truth of a person’s Being,” and so forth. Here he says, “Health is fundamental in Being and that health is his own divine birthright.”

Now in a class that I taught – see? Handkerchief today. And I don’t have a cold folks, it’s just a runny nose, and it’s not even mucus; it’s clear liquid. I mean it, I mean it. It’s not painful or anything but it’s kind of undignified. But I’m not the only one here; three of my fellow faculty members have the same condition, we’re not ashamed of it. Okay.

Few years ago when I was teaching this book out in one of my churches, somebody in the class was uncomfortable with this. She said, “I don’t know,” she said, “I wish that was true, but I’m not so sure” - that health is natural to man, that health is fundamental in Being – she said, “because everybody in my family gets sick all the time,” and she said, “and we’re good people, and,” she said, “maybe were just supposed to be defective, [so] how can I be sure about this?”

And one of the ladies in the class said, “I’d like to answer that, if I may,” and I said, “Please do!” So she said, she said, “Alright, let’s say you’re feeling well and then suddenly you realize you’re beginning to get sick” - this has happened to all of us; [you] feel some symptoms and you know something is going wrong, and you start to have the symptoms and you’re getting ill.

Now each time that you realize this, you feel like you’re going away, you’re going away from where you should be, where you want to be. You’re leaving home and you’re going into a strange, undesirable land, and you’re not comfortable here, you don’t belong here, you don’t want to be here, you’re leaving your right home base. And as you feel worse, you’re going further and further away from where you should be.

Then you suddenly realize, “I don’t need to put up with this. This is not God’s will. I don’t have to continue this.” And so you get still – see? The mind of what? Peace. And you begin to pray, and if you’re near a telephone, call Silent Unity, quick.

And then, you do this and you trust, you believe, and you start to feel better. And every time you feel a little bit better, you feel like you’re coming where again? Home, where you belong. And now you’re well – I’m home, it’s where I belong, this is what is natural, this is what’s right, this is your birthright, to be well.

When you get sick, you’re going away from where you should be. Get back to where you belong. It’s always there, the door is always what? [Open]. The welcome mat is always out, the Father’s house is your home.

We had some pretty smart students in our classes, didn’t we? Okay, let’s go on with Mr. Fillmore, he’s pretty smart too, you know. Oh, now I want to read to you a statement in this chapter, and Mr. Fillmore wrote it of course, and then later on, as he often did, very often did, he would refer to paragraphs in his books and give lectures and classes to the workers.

And very often he would start to read a paragraph or a statement that he’d made years ago, and that has been published, and once it’s published, that’s it folks. Do you understand? If something Mr. Fillmore wrote is published in a book, you don’t tamper with it; it stays that way. When they reprint the book, they reprint it as it is written. But many ministers and teachers can, in lectures, change statements, and Mr. Fillmore did that himself, to many of his statements.

Now, I want to see if you can detect what it was in this statement that he recognized and changed in his later levels of consciousness. This is a trick question, but I think some of you are going to catch it. He says, “We find that there is an omnipresent principle of health pervading all living things. Health, real health, is from within, and does not have to be manufactured in the without. Health is the very essence of Being.”

Anyone catch what Mr. Fillmore changed there? Yes. Um, no, I didn’t even use the word ‘omnipresent.’ No, you didn’t listen, this is what I said. Oh! I’m sorry, yes, you’re right. I’m looking at the paragraph following, where it …

No, that’s not it. I better tell you. Where he says, in the paragraph he says, “Health, real health, is from within, and does not have to be manufactured in the without,” can you see the error there? It can’t be, not “does not have to be;” it cannot be! Let me read it the way he changed it now: “Health, real health, is from within, and cannot be manufactured in the without.”

I can perform surgery on you and cure you, but I can’t give you good health. I can dose you with medicine and relieve your tummy ache, but I can’t give you a healthy stomach, you see? Doctors can cure, doctors can adjust and can eliminate, but doctors can’t give people health, and even Mother Nature can’t give people health. Mother Nature can nourish people, clothe people, protect people, but health can only come from where? Within; from your spiritual identity; from your God-given inheritance, which is life, perfect life.

So all health comes from, see, if health wasn’t already within you, you couldn’t get healed. If you got sick, you had to stay sick, but because health is in everybody, you can be healed, that’s where it comes from. It’s a beautiful thing.

I’ll tell you here that Mr. Fillmore made these changes in his later life in many, many, many of the paragraphs and statements in his books. For example, Mysteries of Genesis, he interprets the Book of Genesis, line – paragraph by paragraph. It’s a big, thick book and very, very hard to read in its entirety, but if you just take sections of it, it’s a very, very readable book. Skip the “Begats,” and, you know.

Anyway, later on in his career he went back to the Book of Genesis and taught it in a series for the workers, and he was using his book as his outline, and he changed paragraph after [paragraph] – interpretation after interpretation after interpretation, because he had greater understanding, more light, a different, broader viewpoint.

For example, in his book, in his early career he taught that man’s departure, Adam and Eve’s departure from Eden, symbolized mankind’s departure from spiritual perfection, and that the goal of evolution was to return back to where we departed from, the Garden of Eden, and later on he saw that that’s wrong, totally wrong.

Our goal is not to return to Eden, but the kingdom of heaven, and Eden was our starting point that we had to depart from in order to evolve into higher consciousness. If we had stayed in Eden, we would be ignoramuses. Are you hearing me folks? A baby in the mother’s womb, in the amniotic fluid sac, is Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. Everything is provided for that baby: temperature, nourishment, protection, everything. The baby doesn’t have to do a thing until the genetic bell goes off. Bing bing bing bing bing – nine months kid. Bing bing bing bing bing – mama’s body, baby’s body; it’s time to leave Eden and go out into the world. This is what it symbolizes.

Adam and Eve had tasted the Tree of Knowledge and all knowledge is positive and [negative]; all knowledge is positive and negative, good and evil. In this case, evil, the word ‘evil’ doesn’t mean bad; it means negative, polarized, negative energy. And so in order to experience knowledge, the baby – Adam and Eve, male and female – has to leave Eden and go out into the cruel, cruel world, in order to continue having knowledge, experience, involvement, sensation.

So really, the return to Eden would be what? Retrograde. And Mr. Fillmore saw this and so he said, “Wow! Did I say that, ‘return to Eden [is] spiritual [perfection]’? No, that was the starting point for evolution, and evolution will lead us to the kingdom of heaven or the fourth dimension.” That’s right.

I admire Mr. Fillmore so much for being like that. Can you imagine Billy Graham contradicting himself? Ugh! Anyway. Now Mr. Fillmore goes on and he says, “God is pow-er.” Now I think I’ve told you this before, if not, I’ll say it now, if I did, I’ll repeat it. In our Unity literature, you will find many, many, many paragraphs that will begin with the words “God is [this],” “God is that,” God is this, that.” Now these statements are all true, but none of them are complete, none! So whatever anybody says, “God is,” that is only that.

We say, “God is love,” yes, but you don’t say “God is love, that’s God;” God is also love, God is also wisdom, God is also this, God is also [that]. So any of these paragraphs that begin with “God is,” don’t think that the writer is trying to tell us a definitive definition of God or [sn] explanation; he’s only pointing out one more aspect perceivable by human mind, concerning God, not God Himself, but the human mind concerning God, is this clear?

There’s no critter named Jehovah, you hearing me? But Jehovah is the name of a human perception of some aspect of God. There’s no guy up there in heaven called Father; Father is not anybody’s name folks. Father is not anybody’s name! If you can’t see that, I’m going to quit right now.

When I use the word ‘Father,’ I’m not stating somebody’s name, so there’s nobody named ‘Father.’ Father is a relationship realization, in the mind of whom? Man! Human beings. There is no critter called ‘Elohim;’ Elohim is a Jewish thought about God, you see? So God has no name; God is nameless, unfathomable.

Okay, now our paragraph: “God is pow-er, man is powerful. God is that indescribable reservoir of stored up energy that manifests no potency whatever, until set in motion through the consciousness of man, yet possesses that inexhaustible capacity that is beyond words to express. When that power is manifested by man, it becomes conditioned,” conditioned. So get away from this buzzword that is capturing everybody’s fancy, that doesn’t exist: unconditional love. Un-uh. If a human being is experiencing it and expressing it, that’s a condition.

If a human being is experiencing and expressing anything, it’s conditioned! Only in the absolute is it unconditional; when it reaches human beings it has to become conditioned. So don’t go for this absolutist crap just because a lot of people are using it. Keep metaphysically correct and you will be balanced and [in] right relationship to Divine ideas, otherwise you go out into left field called ‘Kooksville,’ and you may quote me on this, by the way. [And] iIf I get fired, I’ll knock on your front door.

Alright, okay. Now let’s see. I’ve got my notes a little mixed up here. Oh yeah, “The absolute, the unconditioned, as such, pertains only to God.” Anything that pertains to man is no longer absolute or unconditioned; it becomes relative and conditioned. So what we are to do is improve the conditions of what our part of our existence [is], but we improve it by drawing upon the absolute, the unconditioned, but we have to give it conditioning.

Okay, “The absolute must be conditioned, polarized, given existence in time and space, in order to be comprehended and utilized in man’s earthly existence, and in his physical body, and man’s mind is the instrument which performs this process.”

In your Unity career, those of you who are going to go on in the Unity Movement as a career, as a participant, you’re going to have to undergo many exams, quizzes, assignments, and so [on. You’re] going to have oral interviews, written exams, and so, and certain questions keep coming up, coming up. Over the years I’ve observed this, [you] see, I’ve served on a lot of those committees, not anymore, I’ve resigned that, but I used to be on this committee and that committee, and evaluation this and, poop!

Anyways, and I did observe though, that even though the questions changed in different places and time, certain questions kept recurring, recurring. And one of them always comes up is: What is the connecting link between God and man? Mind. That’s it; that will always come up. So you remember that and you’ll find your quizzes are very, very easy.

Alright, don’t want to cover too much. Okay, here we go, Mr. Fillmore says, “Your consciousness is formed of thoughts” – oh, this is another thing he changed. In the paragraph, as printed - that’s on page 33 if you’re interested - he begins the paragraph by saying, “You are mind.” What do you think he changed later on in his life, when he came to this paragraph? “You have a mind.” Do you see the difference? You are mind, you have a mind.

You are an elbow - no, you have an elbow, see? You are bad temper? No, you have a bad temper. See, so he changed that – “You have a mind.”

“Your consciousness if formed of thoughts. Thoughts form barriers about the thinker, and when contended for as true they are impregnable to other thoughts. So you are compassed about with thought barriers” – we don’t call it that anymore, we call it ‘programming;’ ‘subconscious programming,’ don’t we? Don’t we? Yeah, but back then they didn’t know anything about programming, do you understand? Back then you did not have tape recorders, you did not have computers back then, and so he had to use a terminology prior to what we’ve now got. So he calls them “thought barriers.”

“The result of your heredity, your education, and your own thinking. Likewise your degree of health is determined by your thoughts, past and present. These thoughts may be true or false, depending on your understanding and use of divine law.”

Now, “You must open the walls of your mental house by a willingness to receive and weigh these thoughts in the balance of good judgment and to drop out of your mind everything except one idea” – and then he says in italics, as an affirmation: “I want to know Truth, I am willing to learn. I want to express radiant health.” That’s a Charles Fillmore affirmation, and it’s printed in italics in the book.

I want to know the Truth, together: I want to know the Truth. I am willing to learn, together: I am willing to learn. I want to express radiant health, together – I want to express radiant health. Now let’s say the whole thing together now: I want to know the Truth. I am willing to learn. I want to express radiant health.

Mr. Fillmore, on many occasions, in lectures and in classes said, “When we close the open door in our consciousness, we are within a barrier of own making. The open-door policy is the only correct use of consciousness. The closed filing cabinet is a dangerously incorrect use of consciousness.” So what he is warning us about here, is this attitude which you sometimes see in certain Truth students even, the attitude of “having it made.” Come on. “I’m very spiritual,” see? “I’m more prayed up than thou,” see, this is dangerous, this is the closed-door filing cabinet. Mr. Fillmore said, “Don’t clutter the filing cabinet. Open the door and let the light in, and the Spirit will always have new light for you, and you will be in greater and greater levels of consciousness.”

Okay, now, Mr. Fillmore says this, I think it’s the last paragraph in this chapter, he says: “A good healing drill is to deny the mental cause first … The mental condition should first be healed. Then the secondary state, which it has produced in the body, must be wiped out and the perfect state affirmed.”

Alright, that’s very good, but again, Mr. Fillmore, when he re-approached this paragraph, sensed something that he hadn’t sensed when he wrote it the way he did. And in a lecture that he gave, he read this paragraph as I did, but then he responded to what he sensed, this new realization that he had. And he would pick up much of this new stuff from the minds of his listeners.

He was very, very, he was even more than intuitive; he was sort of ESP-ish, you know? He could pick up thoughts and he would pay attention to these thoughts, and then he would respond if the Spirit in him would prompt him to. And here is what he added to this, and one of his students in this class wrote this down; she could take shorthand, and she wrote this down and I copied it out of her notes, into my book.

First of all, let me re-read what Mr. Fillmore said. “A good healing drill is to deny the mental cause first … The mental condition should first be healed. Then the secondary state, which it has produced in the body, must be wiped out and the perfect state affirmed.” Now, this is what he added years later: “Here, some persons become troubled because they do not know the specific mental cause of a given illness.” Makes sense? See, he realized something that he didn’t realize at first: Sure, it’s great, heal the mental cause! But what the hell is the mental cause? See, most people are in that quandary.

Alright, he says, “But it is important to remember that in using denial, you do not need to deal in specifics. In fact, sometimes it is better if we don’t. Denials are more effective when simply consisting of saying “No” to negation and error, in general.” Come on, whatever is negative hanging around me, I may not know its name and birthdate, but I say what to it? If it’s negative, the answer is “No,” if it’s erroneous, the answer is “No;” it’s just a generalized attitude of “No” to negativity and error.

Boy I love this! Because I’ve spent so much time tearing myself apart trying to find out, what’s wrong with my consciousness?! And all I had to do was just [say], “No, whatever is wrong in here, the answer is ‘no.’” Spirit will do the rest, okay. Or the power of denial will do the rest.

Alright, let’s go on now. Oh, “Just as willingness for good, in general, increases faith in good, so does renunciation of error and negation, in general, bring forth a freeing and cleansing within the consciousness.”

He went on to say, “The form we give to our use of denial should be as simple and uncomplicated as possible,” who also said that in her book? Dr. Emily Cady. Don’t be complicated in your use of denial, don’t get heavy in your use of denial; give it the light touch. So here he says, “Should be as simple and uncomplicated as possible.”

He said, “It isn’t so much a matter of, ‘How do I say no to error and negativeness? What words should I use?’ but rather, are my mind and heart saying “no” in their own language?” In other words, attitudinal, wouldn’t you say? Attitudinal, not skill, but attitude; genuine feeling.

Oh Mr. Fillmore, I love you, love you. Now in his next chapter, which is called Realization Precedes Manifestation, just like the mind of peace precedes what? Healing, right, so realization precedes manifestation.

He says in the first paragraph, “By realizing a healing prayer man lays hold of the principle of health itself (book says “wholeness”) and the whole consciousness is illumined; he perceives principle working out his health problems for him. However when man lays hold of the principle of health (book says “wholeness”), he finds that he is automatically working with God and that much new power is added.”

First of all, that quote: “principle working out his health problems for him,” is a quintessential Charles Fillmore concept, and it is worth much, much thinking about folks. You and I do not heal me or you; my self can’t heal self, but self can do that which will enable it to receive healing. Self can consent, self can pray, accept, believe, give thanks, but self can’t heal self, but can receive healing.

And so think, next time you are in need of healing and you’re doing what you your self can do, think of Mr. Fillmore’s statement: Perceive the principle of health working out your health problem for you, that’s a gorgeous concept friends.

Also, typical of Charles Fillmore thinking is the statement when he says, “Much new power is added.” Can we grasp the significance of this? Let me ask you, what would you say is the power-intensity state of most persons at the beginning of their seeking for spiritual healing? I mean, you are in need of a healing and you realize it, now you’re going to get started with praying for health.

How much power do you think you have at the time you’re beginning that prayer? Very, very little, friends. You’re probably devitalized, you’re probably scared, you probably feel a depletion of vital energy, and that’s why you’re sick, that’s part of your sickness! So most people starting off on a healing effort are starting off with very little power reserve, but it doesn’t stay that way if you get started, see?

At the beginning, your power state is probably quite deficient, but then you go ahead anyway with what you’ve got, and maybe it’s a grain of what? Mustard seed, but with what you’ve got, you put it to work. And it doesn’t stay that way because when you continue in your effort, genuinely and sincerely, suddenly you will realize exactly what Mr. Fillmore is saying: much new power is being added unto you. And you find that the more power that you express, the more power you have, you get, you get to draw upon. See, you radiate power and then you have infilling of it, especially if you are still and quiet, still and quiet, but power, power.

And you will find that your healing work becomes much easier and much more effective. So do not judge yourself by the little bit of power you had when you start off, you understand what I mean? Don’t judge yourself on that, because that’s a temporary feeling, okay.

Now I want to end up by one of the most important parts in this whole book. Oh, we have a blackboard, that’s good. First I’ll read it. Mr. Fillmore says, “If we want to know the secret of health and how right thinking forms the healed body or the perfect body, we must go to the mind and trace, step by step, the movements that transform” – now get this sequence – “ideas of health into light, electrons, atoms, molecules, cells, tissues, and finally into the healed body.”

This is one of Charles Fillmore’s most magnificent illustrations. He is giving us a word picture of how, of how the process by which a Divine idea transforms itself into a healed body, but it needs what as a channel for this? What is the connecting link? Mind, in man’s mind. This is what occurs [in] man: first you have a Divine idea, always.

Anything good is always first a what? So you have a Divine idea of health, or you couldn’t have healing. You hearing me? If you don’t have a Divine idea of something, you can’t have the result. So health is a Divine idea first, you accept that into your mind, and then it becomes light, just light, pure light. Not luminosity but what? Light, the light of Spirit. Okay, then you have light.

Okay, then the light produces electrons. See, we’re talking about a human body folks, cells and organs of a human body now getting healed, but it can only be healed because there is what first? Divine idea, then man’s thinking on this produces what? Light, then light produces? Electrons, electrons produce atoms, the atoms produce molecules, the molecules produce cells, the cells produce tissues, the tissues produce organs, and the organs produce body, a healed body.

Now, you now have a healed body because you have healed organs, you have healed organs because you had healed tissues, you got healed tissues because you had healed cells, you had healed cells because you had healed molecules, you had healed molecules because you had healed atoms, you had healed atoms because you had healed electrons, and the healed electrons came from light, and the light came from the Divine idea.

You see the process there? Memorize this process and your mind will sort of follow this process and hasten it to [get to] this wonderful result there. You might want to add “fluids” somewhere along the line, but they would be tissues, wouldn’t they? So, anyway.

Let’s start doing some of this for our AIDS patients. We’ve done it for our Polio children, it worked, didn’t we? We did it for venereal diseases other than AIDS, it worked. We’re doing it for pneumonia, leprosy. When’s the last time you ever heard of anybody having diphtheria? Where is it? See?

Yes? {Inaudible question from audience.} Well here, see, you’re asking one of these questions that no matter what answer I give, it’s an assumption. We don’t know, we just know it happens, and we’re very glad when the instantaneous healing comes, right? We’re very glad. But we’re also, we should also be very glad when it takes time, as long as it happens, and then we will be satisfied and blessed.

Yes? {Inaudible question from audience.} My answer is, I don’t know. But if there is, then you’ll get a wrong answer. See, and if there are no wrong questions, then why worry about it. Okay, you all know your assignment now, and it’s due on Monday.

Mary Salama

Transcribed by Mary Salama on September 14, 2018.