Cayce’s Advise On Home And Marriage

“For if ye would have life, ye must give it!  As the laws are in the spiritual, so in the mental. For the mind is the builder.  If ye would have love, ye must show thyself lovely. If ye would have friends, ye must show thyself friendly. If ye would have peace and harmony, forget self and make for harmony and peace in thy associations.

So oft is the ego so enrapt in self that it feels it will lose its importance, its place, its freedom.  Yet to have freedom in self, give it. To have peace in self, make it — give it!

These are immutable laws!

And as the individual entity practices, works at, does something about such, so come into the experience those things that make the vision broader, the purposes worthwhile, the desires holy.

Then ye begin to sow the seeds of the Spirit in the mental attitudes and activities; which are first, Patience!  For “in patience possess ye your souls!” In patience ye become aware that the body is but a temple, is but an outward appearance; that the mind and the soul are rather the furnishing, the fixings thereof, with which ye dwell, with which ye abide constantly!” (1650-1)

Edgar Cayce There Will Your Heart Be Also, William McGarey, M..D. and Gladys McGarey, M.D., p.265-266.

There Is No Such Thing As Death

“When you become very tired of wearing one color every day of your life, it is a joy to take off the suit of clothing… hm?

Your body is, in a manner of speaking, a suit of clothing.  When you take off your clothing, you do not cease to be the wondrous jewel you are.

There is no such thing as death, in truth.  Fear of death is quite extraordinary.

Death is merely a new adventure in consciousness. And when you truly have no fear of death anymore, then you will know, beloved, that you have taken a giant step forward.  Because with the absence of fear, you know it is no longer an intellectual exercise, but a knowing deep within you.

It is indeed a transition, of course, as birth is a transition from being a fetus to a breathing organism and all that goes with it.

But the consciousness goes forth and on and on, even if you do forget.  Remember, there is no such thing as death.”

An Act Of Faith, channeled by Jani King, p. 83

“Death is no more than passing from one room into another.  But there’s a difference for me, you know.  Because in that other room I shall be able to see.”  Helen Keller