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The World is New Hardcover – October 1, 1997
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JOEL S. GOLDSMITH (1892-1964), a monumental teacher of practical mysticism, devoted most of his life to the discovery and teaching of spiritual principles which he founded and called The Infinite Way. After the publication of his seminal book, The Infinite Way, in 1947, Joel traveled throughout the world as a teacher and a healer. Although Goldsmith's message was neither organized nor advertised, students of The Infinite Way increased in numbers. Today, a worldwide student body exists which continues to practice and preserve his work. More than thirty books have been compiled from his tape-recorded lectures and classwork including "The InfiniteWay," "Practicing the Presence" and "The Art of Meditation."
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Nobody can review JSG. But perhaps a little help from his friends will suffice:
"Thy will be done" makes heaven and earth one--not two; so sees Joel Goldsmith. "The Father and I are One" is the sameness of the earthly body and the heavenly body. Omnipresence sees "no other gods before me; it means that wherever God is I AM, because God is unfolding as my divine and perfect Self, ever present and new.
When we think we're separate, we lose power. ~ Rodney Collin.
We must dare all things. It is our duty as men and women to proceed as though the limits of our abilities do not exist. ~ Teilhard de Chardin
You are what you want to become. Why search anymore? You are a wonderful manifestation. The whole universe has come together to make your existence possible. There is nothing that is not you. The Kingdom of God, the Pure Land, nirvana, happiness and liberation are all you. -- Thich Nhat Hanh
Again, an excellent book, but you may be disappointed to get it if you already have a copy of "Rising...". I give the book a three, only because I have the feeling that the language isn't as true to the original as it should have been. And when comparing the two, I personally prefer the language of "Rising in Consciousness".