Assuredly there is no more lovely worship . . .


“Assuredly there is no more lovely worship of God
than that for which no image is required,
but which springs up in our breast spontaneously
when nature speaks to the soul,
and the soul speaks to nature face to face.”

~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe






~ Image “Holding on to spring” by langkawi
Text & image source: The Garden Of Pensiveness

High recognitions . . . The physical body of the Redeemer


At this time of year, Christians celebrate Easter with the physical resurrection of Jesus as being one of main doctrines of the religion of Christianity. The reality is however that the “Resurrection” of Jesus was a Natural Process NOT a miracle.

The “real” person is not the physical body but the spirit within.

Simply put the the ethereal body of Jesus passed on to the other side due to the execution/murder of his physical body.

It was the ethereal body of the Risen Christ that the disciples and other blessed ones were able to see.. …

If an earthly gross material body was able ascend into a higher realm of another world then by the same logic the earthly body could also DESCEND to the earth without having to go through the process of a earthly birth.
Such things are impossible and against the perfect Natural Laws that govern existence.

“The physical body of the Redeemer followed the same course as every other physical body has to follow in accordance with the Natural Laws of the Creator.”
– quote from The Grail Message “In the Light of Truth”





Image & text source:Return To Eden

Grail Thoughts #3 . . . Redemption lies solely in bringing the Truth


“Christ certainly did not come to this earth with the intention of letting Himself be crucified; neither does redemption lie in the crucifixion!
Christ was crucified as an inconvenient bringer of Truth because of His teaching…

If up till today a cult has arisen here and there, which sees in this murder a necessary and principal part of the Son of God’s Work of Redemption, this only diverts men from what is most precious and valuable and which alone can bring redemption. It distracts from the true mission of the Savior, from that which necessitated His coming from the Divine Sphere to the earth. The purpose of His Mission was not to suffer death on the cross, but to bring the Truth into the maze of dogmatic rigidity and emptiness which drags down the human spirit, and to explain things between God, Creation and mankind as they actually are!..

Redemption lies solely in the bringing of this Truth and the consequent liberation from errors!

It is redemption from obscured vision, from blind faith. The word “blind” most suitably depicts this false state….”

~ “The Grail Message” (In The Light of Truth) by Abd-ru-shin:






Artist~Nathan Greene @ Rest in the Arms of Angels

I Believe in a Jewish Carpenter, who teaches Love.


I Believe in a Jewish Carpenter, who teaches Love:

“ԼƠVЄ is patient;
´love is kind and envies no one.
´ԼƠVЄ is never boastful, nor conceited, nor rude;
never selfish, not quick to take offense.
´ԼƠVЄkeeps no score of wrongs;
does not gloat over other men’s sins,
but delights in the truth.
´There is nothing love cannot face;
there is no limit to its faith,
its hope, and endurance. ”






Artist of this Image Chooses to remain Unknown
Text & image source: Rest in the Arms of Angels

High Recognitions . . . beyond the intellect


“The intellect has no link whatsoever with these extramaterial worlds.
It is tied to the brain and therefore,
to scrutinize Creation’s phenomena is beyond its capabilities.”

– Roselis von Sass((The Birth of Mankind)




Text & image source: Garden of Illumination

For this, I am grateful.


“I know there is only one Life, one Power, one Mind,
one Spirit of universal intelligence, wisdom, and judgment.
I know that this presence moves in my being
as the essence of what I am.
For this, I am grateful.”

~ Iyanla Vanzant




Text & image credit: Iyanla Vanzant

I tend to believe in . . .


“I tend to believe in the traditional architecture of life and the afterlife.
This world is a journey of discovery and purification.
The next world consists of two destinations:
One is a palace for the spirit and an endless kingdom of wonder”

~ Dean Koontz




Text & image source: Harmony