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“And when life’s heavy load is pressing hard,

it is far better to go out and seek a quiet place

to pray and meditate.”

Jesus teaches the Faithful to Meditate

from the Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ

NOW, in the early morning Jesus came again to teach and heal. A light not comprehended shown about, as though some mighty spirit overshadowed him.


A magus noted this and asked him privately to tell from whence his wisdom came, and what the meaning of the light.


And Jesus said, There is a Silence where the soul may meet its God, and there the fount of wisdom is, and all who enter are immersed in light, and filled with wisdom, love and power.


The magus said, Tell me about this Silence and this light, that I may go and there abide.


And Jesus said, The Silence is not circumscribed; is not a place closed in with wall, or rocky steeps, nor guarded by the sword of man.


Men carry with them all the time the secret place where they might meet their God.


It matters not where men abide, on mountain top, in deepest vale, in marts of trade, or in the quiet home; they may at once, at any time, fling wide the door, and find the Silence, find the house of God; it is within the soul.


One may not be so much disturbed by noise of business, and the words and thoughts of men if he goes all alone into the valley or the mountain pass.


And when life’s heavy load is pressing hard, it is far better to go out and seek a quiet place to pray and meditate.


The Silence is the kingdom of the soul, which is not seen by human eyes.

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