Human being is gifted with inner harmony.
- Searching for harmony outside is like hiding face in the sand by Ostrich and thinking that it is safe. A little courage to look within and one can reap greatest reward. A quote in support of my analogy.
- “God is holding the ideal perfect world in mind in every detail and it is bound to come forth as a heaven or perfect home where all His children, all His creatures, and all His creations may dwell in peace and harmony.
- This is the perfect world that God saw in the beginning and the one He is thinking into existence right now, and the time of its manifestation lies in our acceptance of it. When we can come to the one place and know that we are all one, one man, and know that we are all members of God’s body as much as one member of our body is a part of the whole body, then we are in, and of, God’s kingdom, heaven here on earth, now.”
- “To make this manifest, realize that there is nothing material in heaven. All is spiritual. Realize that heaven is a perfect state of consciousness, a perfect world here on earth now, and all we need to do is to accept it. It is here all about us, waiting for us to open the inner eye. Through that eye our bodies shall be made light, the light which is neither of the sun nor moon but of the Father; and the Father is right here in the very innermost part of our being. We must sufficiently realize that there is nothing material, that all is spiritual. Then we must think of that wonderful God-given spiritual world which is right here now if we can realize it.”
- “Do you not see that God created all in this way? Did not God first become quiet and contemplative and see the light? Then He said, `Let there be light,’ and it was so. In the same way He said, `Let there be a firmament,’ and it was so; and likewise with other creations, He held each form or ideal steadfast in consciousness, then spoke the word, and the ideal was brought forth. Just so with man”
- (from “Life and Teaching of the Masters of the Far East, Vol. 1” by Baird T. Spalding, Clay Lomakayu)