Approach to the Silence





Wrong thinking produces inharmony in our body, which in turn produces

sickness. Our bodies sometimes are instantly re-harmonized while in the

Silence. In the Silence our minds become passive, open, free and

loving, at which time the Infinite Master of harmony touches the mental

chords of our being and we are well.



Just as the piano can be tuned, so can the mind. Man's body is made up

of twelve octaves the same as in music. All matter is music. All matter

is composed of twelve octaves. Wrong thinking brings inharmony in some

of the octaves of our body. Right thinking tunes these organs, puts

them back into their normal condition.



Boys have their little steel magnets by which they pick up small pieces

of steel, pins and so forth. When overworked, these magnets no longer

attract. Then the boys take their magnets, have them rubbed against

strong magnets or remagnetized with an electric current and their power

is quickly restored--so with our bodies. Mind is the re-electrifier and

re-harmonizer of the octaves into all harmony.



Right thinking, therefore, is the most important thing in life. As a

man thinketh in his heart so is he. Just as a tuning fork near a piano

will respond with a vibration when a key of the same pitch is struck on

the piano nearby, so likewise do the bodies of men respond to proper

stimulus and become in tune. By right thinking man can re-harmonize

himself, can achieve health, success and prosperity.



To enter the Silence one must first establish perfect relaxation in

mind and body. Then as the consciousness is brought from one part of

the body to another the tuning takes place.



If the leader in the Silence should be intoning, there will be many in

the audience who will feel tinkling sensations--vibrations--and often

are instantly healed. They have been instantly re-harmonized. Sometimes

it may take several intonings in the Silence for a complete healing.

Should you have a violent vibration, feel no fear, but thank God for

your healing because the more violent the vibration perhaps the worse

has been your condition and the more surely has the re-harmony begun.

Some people will feel this vibration for hours, even days, throughout

which there is always healing.



Others may not feel the vibration at all, yet if there has been any

inharmony in the bodily organs, these organs are unconscious to the

conscious intoning re-harmonization. Many people who have been healed

of divers and many malignant diseases were at no time conscious of any

vibration. Never be discouraged if you feel no sensation. If you do

feel a vibration, know that you are susceptible and on the high road to

a healing demonstration.



The one intoning may or may not be feeling vibrations. Religion is the

life of God in the soul of Man. The Silence is the medium by which the

life of God and the soul of man are brought into At-one-ment.



The Silence is a medium by which man comes in a closer touch with the

Infinite; a medium by which man becomes conscious of his nearness to

the Infinite. The Silence is the meeting place where man's spirit links

with God's spirit; where spirit meets spirit and the marvel of His

grace never ceases.



The Silence is another way of praying, which is another way of

concentration. It is another way of visualization.



"As a man thinketh in his heart so is he." In the Silence a man can by

his thoughts change his life, his conditions, his environment, his all.

By right thinking man becomes harmonious. A harmonious man--in tune

with the Infinite--is on the King's highway to health, success,

abundance, prosperity, happiness, love and peace.



By means of wrong thinking our minds are put out of harmony with the

great Infinite spirit of God. "As a man thinketh in his heart so is

he." When wrong thinking becomes right thinking, then man's right

relationship to God is restored. He becomes an open channel for the

influx of the spirit so that whatever demonstration he may desire he

may have.



In the Silence a man may change his thinking as in no other way,

therefore, may change his heart, change his whole being, change his

environment, change every condition to which he was subject.



The human body may be likened to a harp. When man thinks rightly his

body is in tune; but wrong thinking creates inharmony in the body and

produces sickness. Wrong thinking produces inharmony in the mind,

which, of course, disconnects man from rightful association with the

Divine. A man must, therefore, think right. Yet, because of centuries

of erroneous conception of God and of the world, man has been a

negative instead of a positive being, and his unwisdom has reacted upon

the present generation.



We are mental sending and receiving stations. What we receive depends

upon how we are thinking Now. For success, health and happiness we must

in the silent chambers of the soul change our thinking if we are

holding negative or inharmonious thoughts. In the Silence there is

presented to man his greatest opportunity to change his thinking. Wrong

thinking produces inharmony of the body which in turn produces

sickness. If we change to right thinking we have health, success and

happiness. Therefore the Silence when properly used re-harmonizes our

bodies and minds through the simple agency of right thinking.



"There are steps of approach to the Silence. Stillness is one thing and

the Silence is another. One may quiet himself physically and not be

still, and he may be still without entering the Silence. When one

becomes physically and mentally at rest, he is apt to become receptive

to psychic influences; and when these are not desired it is advisable

to protect oneself while mentally negative. One may affirm his Oneness

with God, his being surrounded and protected by the divine Goodness,

and may symbolize this by enveloping himself in thought with the white

light of love or the mellowed tints of sunshine.



"With the senses calmed and unresponsive to the slower vibrations, but

responsive to the quicker ones, a peace and calm pervade one's mind,

and it becomes consciously receptive to higher vibrations of vital

energy. Immune from the lesser harmonies, one opens himself to the

greater ones, which are always seeking avenues of expression. With the

greater influx of the One Life, a sense of power steals over one and he

becomes conscious of increased vigor and vitality.



"In relinquishing specific thoughts, one opens inwardly rather than

outwardly, and becomes receptive to subconscious impressions that are

directed by his conscious affirmation of fundamental Truth. The

subconscious responds by returning to the conscious the logical

sequences of the Truths that have been consciously impressed upon it.

The subconscious follows the lead given to it by the conscious

affirmations of Truth, and it brings back the consciousness of those

Truths in their various ramifications."





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