The Creative Triangle (edited/condensed) Martin Cecil, March 16, 1969

In all service, of whatever nature, there is what we may call a duality involved. There are two factors which permit service to be extended. These two factors should be more or less self-evident in our gathering this morning. All of you are one of them; and I, up here, am the other. It would be impossible for service to be rendered just by all of you sitting there, with no one up here. It would be impossible for service to be rendered if someone were sitting up here but there was no one down there. We are equally important, and we properly form this duality of which I have spoken. However, in any creative expression there must always be a third point also. There is an apex which we may recognize by the use of the word God. The duality which is present here is on earth. This is

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Meditation and Thinking

“If we are to have an awareness of God, then we must have attunement with God – attunement, awareness, conviction. If individual attunement with infinity was more vivid and real than attunement with the finite, the awareness of the eternal would outshine the awareness of this changing scene, and conviction under the power of God would dwarf into nothingness the convictions that men have concerning the powers of evil. –Uranda, 6/16/47 Meditation and Thinking (edited/condensed) Martin Cecil, September 4, 1963 The world has been in the self-active, or fallen, state for millennia past. It has become more or less set in the patterns of self-activity. Human beings everywhere have contributed to the maintenance of this state and there are those who think to take advantage of it. Human beings everywhere seek to do so in a variety of small ways, but there are those who operate on a larger scale

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No More Sea (edited/condensed) Martin Exeter, June 14, 1987

  The universe is a living universe. Our galaxy is a living galaxy. Our solar system is a living solar system. Our earth is a living earth. This latter awareness is beginning to dawn on some human beings, that the earth is a living entity. Human beings have been so wrapped up in their own petty existence that they haven’t noticed life anywhere else. But finally it begins to dawn, in the consciousness of some at least, that the earth itself is a living entity. The earth has been able to operate and to sustain the existence of what we call nature and human existence thus far without the presence of man. I suppose one could say that’s a very remarkable feat, because man was an essential ingredient in the overall picture. But man has been absent. Consequently various substitutes had to be brought into action if human existence was

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Recreating the World (edited/condensed) Martin Exeter 3/15/81

  …The world which is known by human beings in general is a self-created world. There are certain fundamentals in this particular world which are commonly accepted in the awareness of all, but there are also unique aspects of this world created by each individual. I’m sure you have noted, in considering something with others, that what you see is not exactly what they see. In other words there is an individual translation being made of what comes within the range of perception out of this vibrational matrix. As I say, we commonly accept the earth. We see it in a certain way, but we also see it that way collectively. There are some who still are walking around on a flat earth, but most of us have accepted the idea of an orb; regardless of whether it is the truth of the matter or not, mind you. But we

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The Vibrational Ark (edited/condensed) Martin Exeter, August 16, 1987

  Individually, wherever we may be, we are responsible for the sanctuary which we bring with us, and which may then permeate the place where we are. We do not, of course, bring it with us unless we have it with us; and we don’t have it with us unless it has been consistently our experience in our momentary living day by day. There is a familiar passage, several passages actually, taken from the Book of Genesis, which I will read again, not because they may relate to some state of affairs in the past but because they obviously portray what is present with us now. And God saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually. And it repented the Lord that he had made man on the earth, and it grieved him

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