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Along with an easy-to-access index of more than 1,000 dream symbols and their possible interpretations, you'll find information on the late psychic Edgar Cayce and his tips on remembering and working with your dreams, and a dream journal perfect for late-night access or early morning dream memories.
Sample Enlightenment Series Lesson
L e s s o n O n e: COOPERATION
Now there are diversities of gifts, but the same Spirit. And there are differences of administrations, but the same Lord. And there are diversities of operations, but it is the same God which works all in all. –I Corinthians 12:4-6
M e d i t a t i o n A f f i r m a t i o n
Not my will but Thine, O Lord, be done in me and through me. Let me ever be a channel of blessings, today, now, to those that I contact, in every way. Let my going in, my coming out be in accord with that Thou would have me do, and as the call comes, “Here am I, send me, use me.” -- Edgar Cayce reading 262-3
I n t r o d u c t i o n
The first lesson—as has been given—learn what it means to cooperate in one mind, in God’s way; for, as each would prepare themselves, in meditating day and night, in “What wilt thou have me do, O Lord?” and the answer will be definite, clear, to each . . . will they seek in His
name . . . . -- Edgar Cayce reading 262-1
When individuals become interested in devoting more time and energy to personal spirituality, they may think about meditation, or prayer, or becoming more involved in their faith or a specific religion. Certainly, each of these activities can be extremely important in helping to bring an awareness of the Living Spirit into our lives. What may be surprising about the Edgar Cayce readings’ approach to personal transformation is the fact that it suggests one of the first steps to really understanding our heritage as spiritual beings is through a lesson entitled “Cooperation.”
Certainly, all of us think we know what the word cooperation means, and therefore too readily we may believe that there is nothing more to learn in this regard. It seems pretty apparent that we either know how to cooperate with another person or we don’t. However, from Cayce’s perspective, cooperation is not simply trying to work with another individual; rather, it is a state of being that sets aside personal agendas, motives, and desires so that God can use us as a “channel of blessings” to someone else. Perhaps more than anything else, this premise of somehow preparing ourselves for the activity of Spirit to flow through us is what defines the readings’ approach to cooperation:
As it has so oft been given from the first, know that the Lord, thy God, is one! Know that thy ability, thy service, begins first with cooperation in being that channel through which the glory of the Lord may be manifested in the earth! 262-92
Here are several possible homework suggestions you can practice in an effort to EXPERIENCE the level of consciousness associated with COOPERATION:
Of course the first would be:
1. Meditate with the Cooperation affirmation. Then:
2. Work with sending out the energy of prayer to individuals in your life. And next:
3. Each day when you awaken, ask for Divine guidance on the following question: “God, what would you have me do today?” Ask the question several times, “God, what would you have me do today?” and then silently listen for and try to feel any guidance related to how you might best be of service to someone else. Here’s an especially challenging exercise:
4. Whenever you have an encounter with a difficult or an irritating person, think to yourself, “God, this is one of your children, just as I am one of your children. Help me do or say that which will bring peace and harmony between us.” Then act on that thought.
Make a concerted effort to not say (or think) an unkind word or thought about any individual for at least one day. Watch and see what happens.
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