Rev. Myron Jones, O.M.C.

C 12: V. The Sane Curriculum, P 8

May 15, 2016

V. The Sane Curriculum, P 8

8 You who have tried to learn what you do not want should take heart, for although the curriculum you set yourself is depressing indeed, it is merely ridiculous if you look at it. Continue reading

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C 8: VII. The Body as a Means of Communication, P 7

March 1, 2016

VII. The Body as a Means of Communication, P 7

7 The Bible says, “The Word (or thought) was made flesh.” Strictly speaking this is impossible, since it seems to involve the translation of one order of reality into another. Continue reading

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C 8: III. The Holy Encounter, P 6

February 21, 2016

III. The Holy Encounter, P 6

6 The Kingdom cannot be found alone, and you who are the Kingdom cannot find yourself alone. To achieve the goal of the curriculum, then, you cannot listen to the ego, whose purpose is Continue reading

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C 8: III. The Holy Encounter, P 5

February 21, 2016

III. The Holy Encounter, P 5

5 The goal of the curriculum, regardless of the teacher you choose, is “Know thyself.” There is nothing else to seek. Everyone is looking for himself and for the power and glory he thinks Continue reading

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C 8: II. The Difference Between Imprisonment and Freedom, P 1

February 18, 2016

II. The Difference Between Imprisonment and Freedom, P 1

1 There is a rationale for choice. Only one Teacher knows what your reality is. If learning to remove the obstacles to that knowledge is the purpose of the curriculum, you Continue reading

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C 8: I. The Direction of the Curriculum, P 6

February 18, 2016

I. The Direction of the Curriculum, P 6

6 The total senselessness of such a curriculum must be fully recognized before a real change in direction becomes possible. You cannot learn simultaneously from two teachers who are in total disagreement Continue reading

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