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Edgar Cayce Reading 3121-1: The following quote ties into what I teach

Originally posted on Nov. 7, 2014

The following quote ties into what I teach -- that it's not so much what happens to us, but how we react and manage ourselves internally. Edgar Cayce's following quote is so well expressed. For today, start to plant the seed and take the baby steps to follow his lead. Transform the pain and emotions that surface and emerge as you react to outside influences. Bring in the higher mind aspect, and let it speak with its wisdom to the emotional pain experienced. It will speak with the reason and the love needed to transform the churning emotions into the real You -- the peaceful, settled, and loving You. My love and joy

Think on This...

. . . not only proclaim or announce a belief in the divine, and to promise to dedicate self to same, but the entity must consistently live such. And the test, the proof of same, is longsuffering. This does not mean suffering of self and not grumbling about it. Rather, though you be persecuted, unkindly spoken of, taken advantage of by others, you do not attempt to fight back or to do spiteful things; that you be patient--first with self, then with others; again that you not only be passive in your relationships with others but active, being kindly, affectionate one to the other; remembering, as He has said, "Inasmuch as ye do it unto the least, ye do it unto me." As oft as you contribute, then, to the welfare of those less fortunate, visit the fatherless and the widows in their affliction, visit those imprisoned--rightly or wrongly--you do it to your Maker. For, truth shall indeed make you free, even though you be bound in the chains of those things that have brought errors, or the result of errors, in your own experience.

Edgar Cayce, Reading 3121-1


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