This Is It, Joseph Murphy

This Is It, The Art Of Metaphysical Demonstration
Joseph Murphy: Chapter One

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This Is It, The Art Of Metaphysical Demonstration

CONTENTS

Chapter 1 – DIVINE GUIDANCE…………………………..
Chapter 2 – POWER TO CHOOSE…………………………
Chapter 3 – REBIRTH………………………………………
Chapter 4 – THE BIBLE AND MAN……………………….
Chapter 5 – SUBJECTIVE MIND IMPRESSIONS…………
Chapter 6 – HEARING AND SEEING….…………………..
Chapter 7 – PRAYER AND FORCE………………………..
Chapter 8 – FALSE PROPHETS……………………………
Chapter 9 – FAR-SEEING…………………………………..
Chapter 10 – MISSING THE MARK……………………….
Chapter 11 – ONENESS WITH GOD……………………….
Chapter 12 – FORGIVENESS………………………………
Chapter 13 – OUTPICTURING MAN………………………
Chapter 14 – INEQUALITY OF MAN………………………
Chapter 15 – TIME AND SPACE……………………………
Chapter 16 – THE JOURNEY BEYOND……………………
Chapter 17 – FINDING ONESELF………………………….
Chapter 18 – RENEWAL OF THE MIND…………………..
Chapter 19 – MEDITATION………………………………..

Chapter 1

DIVINE GUIDANCE

“If thou knewest the gift of God, and who it is that saith to thee,
Give me to drink, thou wouldest have asked of him, and he would
have given thee living water.” —John 4:10.
The living water means inspiration. The word inspiration comes
from the Latin “Spiro,” meaning I breathe into. We breathe air
without effort, likewise we must let the Divine Light or creative
essence of God flow through our intellect without tension. The
subjective mind in us perceives by intuition. It does not have to
reason or inquire as it is all-wise, infinite intelligence. If you say to
your subconscious, sometimes referred to as the subjective mind,
(being subject to the conscious mind), “Wake me up at seven
o’clock,” you know that you awaken exactly at the time specified.
It never fails.
We must realize that herein lies a source of power which is
omnipotent. Many good people have erroneous ideas about being
inspired. They believe that it is an extraordinary event to be experienced
by mystics or highly spiritual people, and they think it
applies to prayer and the Bible only. This is not true.
Any business man or woman may be inspired by turning to God,
and information or divine guidance may be received for any
problem. Your business problem can be solved by turning to God
for the answer and your information may be general or specific.
For example, if you are an executive of a commercial organization
and you want a new idea for your sales program, try the following
technique. If you are in business, have a private office where you
will not be disturbed; close your eyes; be still; think of the
attributes and qualities of God, which are within yourself. This will
generate a mood of peace, power and confidence. Then speak in
the following, simple manner to the Father within who doeth the
works, “Father, thou knoweth all things, give me the idea necessary
for a new program.” Begin to imagine that you now have the
answer and that it is flowing through you. You must not pretend;
really believe it; accept it and then drop it. The latter is most
important and is the secret of the whole process.
After the silence, get busy; do something; become preoccupied
with routine matters. Above all do not sit around waiting for the
answer. It comes when you think not and the moment you expect
not. The inner voice of intuition speaks like a flash—it is always
spontaneous and unannounced. You may get any type of information
which will help you along the road to success.
Intuition, which means being taught from within, knows the
answer and does not require previous experience. We must realize
that God has no problems, if He had, who would solve them?
Therefore, when we pray, we know that God has only the answer;
He knows no problem, hence we rise to the point of recognition of
the answer. The answer flows through the problem and there is no
problem. No reasoning power is involved and the amazing suddenness
with which the solution comes, sometimes is startling. In our
Young Peoples’ Forum we now teach intuition and inspiration;
they find it fascinating and illuminating.
Intuition is the soft tread of the unseen guest. We must welcome
this King of Kings and sing His praises; then He will make
frequent visits. The abandonment of the intellectual reason for the
wisdom of God is intuition. We abandon our objective reasoning
only in the sense of deferring it to a higher guide. After we have
received an intuition, we use reason in carrying it out. You may get
specific information about anything.
For example, you may be writing a book and require special data,
perhaps written 1000 B. C. The information may be in the British
Museum or in the New York Public Library. It might take you
days or weeks to find it, if you do not know specifically what you
want. In such instances, relax; be still and say silently and quietly
to your Father (your subconscious), “Thou knowest all things, give
me this information.” Drop off to sleep with the one word
“answer.” In that relaxed mood you repeat the word “answer.”
Your subjective is all-wise; knows what type of answer you desire
and will answer in a dream, as a hunch, or feeling that you are
being led on the right track. You may get a sudden flash to go
some place—a person may give you the answer. “I have ways that
you know not of.” Many are led to an old book store, where they
pick up the very book that gives them the desired data. We must be
ever watchful for impressions as Divine guidance, for when a
feeling or idea comes to us, we must be able to recognize it.
There are two reasons why we may not acknowledge our hunches.
These reasons are tension and failure to recognize them. If we are
in a negative, despondent, bitter mood, Divine guidance is impossible.
As a matter of fact only negative guidance will prevail. If we
are in a happy, confident, joyous mood, we will recognize the
flashes of intuition that come to us; moreover, we will feel under
subjective compulsion to carry them out. It is necessary, therefore,
to be still and relaxed when you pray for guidance; for nothing can
be achieved by tenseness, fear or apprehension.
Who has not had the experience of being unable to remember a
name, then dropping the search, have the name come to him later
during repose? If you try too hard to hear a telephone ring, you
cannot.
Let us consider the failure to recognize the voice of intuition. For
example, suppose we are gazing idly into a store window. An
eccentric millionaire puts a $500 bill in our hand. We throw it
away thinking it is an advertisement for a dance hall or a beauty
parlor. We must be on the alert for Divine ideas or feelings that
come to us, and be able to recognize them. In emergencies guidance
comes immediately, because we lean all our weight on the
Christ within; thus we place all our burden on him and are free;
then comes salvation. The answer to everything is within. “You
would not have sought me, had you not already found me.”
For business and professional people the cultivation of the intuitive
faculty is of paramount importance. Intuition offers instantaneously
that which the intellect or reasoning mind of man could
accomplish only after weeks or months of monumental trial and
error. When our reasoning faculties fail us in our perplexities, the
intuitive faculty sings the silent song of triumph.
The conscious mind of man is reasoning, analytical and inquisitive;
the subjective faculty of intuition is always spontaneous. It comes
as a beacon to the conscious intellect. Many times it speaks as a
warning against a proposed trip or plan of action. We must listen
and learn to heed the voice of wisdom. It does not always speak to
you when you wish it to do so, but only when you need it.
If we will only believe, and not pretend to believe, that God is
guiding us now in all our ways, in all our thoughts, words and
deeds, we shall be led along the right road. Artists, poets, writers
and inventors listen to this voice of intuition. As a result they are
able to astonish the world by the beauties and glories drawn from
this storehouse of knowledge within themselves.
Become still, relax, close your eyes and say, “Father, thou knowest
all things. I am writing a novel. Give me the characters, names,
locations and setting.” Rejoice that the answer is flowing through
you now; drop off to sleep with the word “novel” on your lips,
silently repeating it until you are lost in the deep of sleep. The
word “novel” is etched in the subconscious. In the morning or a
few days later, you will sit down to write; the words will flow;

 
 

 

Neville Goddard, Summa Theologica, Manly P Hall, A Course In Miracles

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