Oregon, US of A
Wednesday, October 30, 2019

“One of the great troubles with modern life is that man thinks he is too busy to find time for spiritual meditation and religious devotion. Materialism reduces man to a soulless automaton and constitutes him merely an arithmetical symbol finding a helpless place in the mathematical formula of an unromantic and mechanistic universe.  But whence comes all this vast universe of mathematics without a Master Mathematician?” [UB 195:6:7]

Thought Adjuster: “For ages, before scientific revelations demystified many of the frightening natural phenomena they endured, human beings led, by necessity, a ‘spiritual’ life of sorts. The Greeks interpreted the facts of life as governed by a plethora of gods and goddesses—from Artemis to Zeus. In their attempt to mollify them, they built them temples and worshiped their statues.

“Little by little, scientists and astronomers debunked their shaky belief systems with their probing microscopes and far-reaching telescopes. They seemed to come up with rational answers for everything material, which led many to only believe in what they saw, at the expense of the invisible nature of their spiritual nature.

“It is time for the pendulum to swing back from these extremes. You now live in the Correcting Time and are at the receiving end of many revelations that disclose the superhuman endowments that draw attention to your godlike potentials. You are not just a body; you are a spiritual being temporarily residing in a habiliment of flesh.

“It is time to reassess your priorities and come up with a daily schedule that sets aside sufficient time for your spiritual life. By doing so, you will start looking at life from inside out—from spirit to matter, from cause to effect.

“Such a major change in perspective will gently revolutionize the way you experience life. It will connect you to the Great Mathematician, Great Architect, and Great Everything. It will prompt you to live both intelligently and spiritually. It will activate your dormant superpowers. In the end, science and spirituality will become strong partners in life, and the demarcation line between them will get smudged to nothingness.”