Rev. Glen Ganaway I.M.

The Fellowship of Awakening December 7, 2016

Teachers of God;

Lesson 334

Today I claim the gifts forgiveness gives.

I will not wait another day to find the treasures that my Father offers me. Illusions are all vain, and dreams are gone even while they are woven out of thoughts that rest on false perceptions. Let me not accept such meager gifts again today. God's Voice is offering the peace of God to all who hear and choose to follow Him. This is my choice today. And so I go to find the treasures God has given me.

I seek but the eternal. For Your Son can be content with nothing less than this. What, then, can be his solace but what You are offering to his bewildered mind and frightened heart, to give him certainty and bring him peace? Today I would behold my brother sinless. This Your Will for me, for so will I behold my sinlessness.

We're wrapping up the year talking about wholeness and forgiveness and seeing others as a gift to our awakening and wholeness. The world is a gift of experiencing what is, what is true and innocent, if we choose to see it that way. We are Creating the world we're experiencing but we're not doing it alone. We're co-creating with others what we want. Here in Chapter 29 we call it Awakening. We awaken to what is already still and reliable within us. And we begin to see others in the same way.





Image One: Kundalini Body by

Image Two: Dreaming Couple for

Explanation of Images: Knowing ourselves is an ongoing process. The more we know ourselves the more of ourselves we see in others. We actually see our happiness and contentment and even our safety and innocence in others. We cooperate with the good in others. We are supported by the universe if we participate with what is. Our passions and gifts are the service we offer others and enter into a perfect dance of expression and creation. We join with the actions and thoughts of others creating the experience of a healthy and beautiful world. We hold up our intention and join with others on the path to awakening to our wholeness. Or we will collaborate with our own suffering and seeming destruction. But we’ll never do any of it alone. I reach out to others today as myself.