What We Believe
In God, the Living Spirit Almighty; one, indestructible, absolute, and self-existent Cause. This One manifests itself in and through all creation but is not absorbed by its creation. The manifest universe is the body of God; it is the logical and necessary outcome of the infinite self-knowingness of God; .
In the incarnation of the Spirit in everyone and that all people are incarnations of the One Spirit; The eternality, the immortality, and the continuity of the individual soul, forever and ever expanding;
The Kingdom of Heaven is within us and that we experience this Kingdom to the degree that we become conscious of it; The ultimate goal of life to be a complete emancipation from all discord of every nature, and that this goal is sure to be attained by all; . . we envision the emergence of the Global Heart to balance and guide the further evolution of humanity. We see a world free of homelessness, violence, war, hunger, separation and disenfranchisement.
We see a world in which there is generous and continuous sharing of heart and resources, a world in which forgiveness, whether for errors, injustices, or debts, is the norm, a world in which borders are irrelevant, a world which has renewed its emphasis on beauty, nature and love through a resurgence of creativity, art, and aesthetics, a world in which fellowship prospers and connects through the guidance of spiritual wisdom and experience, a world in which we live and grow as One Human Family.
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You can determine your future, because what you experience tomorrow depends on what you think about today. It's up to you! If your thoughts are constantly focused on sickness, depression, poverty, and restriction, those qualities will appear in your life. But, if you choose to dwell on health, happiness, abundance, and freedom...they will be yours!
Regardless of all we believe can be accomplished by man because of his oneness with God, I do not believe that any man can be happy unless he believes in the continuity of his own existence. I have come to believe that it is impossible for a man to be contented in this life unless he feels sure of the next one. I believe that the greatest single curative power known to the mind of man is a spiritual thought in the subjective mind.
By spiritual thought I mean, here, an absolute inner conviction that one may trust in the integrity of the Universe and that sooner or later all things will be made right. Without that we have materialism, and a philosophy of materialism never yet created a great art, a great religion, a great philosopher, or a great anything. -- Ernest Holmes