OCTOBER: Random Acts of Wisdom

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Cayce often used the word ‘manifest,’ meaning that we must make ‘divine love’ a living expression in our daily thoughts, words, and actions. We can’t just think about how nice divine love is, we have to use it, be an expression of it! What is divine love? To answer this question let’s begin with Jesus’ statement: ‘Greater love has no one than this, to lay down one’s life for his friends.’ (John 15:13) Jesus adds this insight: ‘Most assuredly, I say to you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the ground and dies, it remains alone; but if it dies, it produces much grain.’ (John 12:24) Cayce helps us with these teachings by adding the following: ‘Less and less of personality, more and more of God and Christ in the dealings with the fellow man.’ (254-92) ‘Become less and less selfish, and more and more selfless in Him.’ (262-29) Cayce goes on to teach that us that we need to walk with Him in prayer, in meditation, so that our expressions of divine love are true and pure, not artificial version of ourselves. (262-38) Here’s another of Cayce’s teachings on this subject: The activities should come to be less and less for self, but more and more that self may be the channel through which the Glory of the Father may be manifested in the earth. Then, the activities of self [should] become less and less towards the glory of self…. For being one with the Father, even as He has given%…

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Published by Deirdre L. Aragon

I am a Recovery Guide for people seeking the next step after a major life transition. Through online workshops and individual coaching, I guide clients to discover their life's desires. I utilize personally proven wellness techniques and tools for this process. Once we define our desires, we can move towards a more fulfilling life. I believe in guiding clients to recognize their authentic selves, so they can reignite their lives and create a life of joy through self-acceptance.

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