Here is the guided meditation session held today from the Monastery, and below are the ACIM and Song of Prayer passages.
"Kirsten takes us inward with a passage from the Song of Prayer, which dovetails beautifully with the ACIM Lesson I Am as God Created Me. These teachings take us into the experience of Who we truly are, and tell us clearly how to let go of all else. Kirsten guides us into a 20 minute silent meditation using "I am as God created me" as our reference point for Truth, and ends the session pointing to using this as an ongoing meditation and direction for Life.
Held January 18th, 2021 at the Living Miracles Monastery, home of mystical community. www.miracles-monastery.org www.kirstenbuxton.org/meditations Mystical Community Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/13358... "
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With Love and gratitude,
Kirsten and Beloveds at the Monastery ❤️
The Ladder Ends
Prayer is a way to true humility. And here again it rises slowly up, and grows in strength and love and holiness. Let it but leave the ground where it begins to rise to God, and true humility will come at last to grace the mind that thought it was alone and stood against the world. Humility brings peace because it does not claim that you must rule the universe, nor judge all things as you would have them be. All little gods it gladly lays aside, not in resentment, but in honesty and recognition that they do not serve.
Illusions and humility have goals so far apart they cannot coexist, nor share a dwelling place where they can meet. Where one has come the other disappears. The truly humble have no goal but God because they need no idols, and defense no longer serves a purpose. Enemies are useless now, because humility does not oppose. It does not hide in shame because it is content with what it is, knowing creation is the Will of God. Its selflessness is Self, and this it sees in every meeting, where it gladly joins with every Son of God, whose purity it recognizes that it shares with him.
Now prayer is lifted from the world of things, of bodies, and of gods of every kind, and you can rest in holiness at last. Humility has come to teach you how to understand your glory as God's Son, and recognize the arrogance of sin. A dream has veiled the face of Christ from you. Now can you look upon His sinlessness. High has the ladder risen. You have come almost to Heaven. There is little more to learn before the journey is complete. Now can you say to everyone who comes to join in prayer with you:
I cannot go without you, for you are a part of me.
And so he is in truth. Now can you pray only for what you truly share with him. For you have understood he never left, and you, who seemed alone, are one with him.
The ladder ends with this, for learning is no longer needed. Now you stand before the gate of Heaven, and your brother stands beside you there. The lawns are deep and still, for here the place appointed for the time when you should come has waited long for you. Here will time end forever. At this gate eternity itself will join with you. Prayer has become what it was meant to be, for you have recognized the Christ in you. " - Song of Prayer
I am as God created me.
(This) one idea brings complete salvation; the one statement which makes all forms of temptation powerless; the one thought which renders the ego silent and entirely undone. You are as God created you. The sounds of this world are still, the sights of this world disappear, and all the thoughts that this world ever held are wiped away forever by this one idea. Here is salvation accomplished. Here is sanity restored.
True light is strength, and strength is sinlessness. If you remain as God created you, you must be strong and light must be in you. He Who ensured your sinlessness must be the guarantee of strength and light as well. You are as God created you. Darkness cannot obscure the glory of God's Son. You stand in light, strong in the sinlessness in which you were created, and in which you will remain throughout eternity." - WB Lesson 94
...I am as God created me... ...I am his Son eternally... ...I am as God created me...
Read or listen to the full Lesson here