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GERMAIN: WHAT IS HIGHER KNOWLEDGE?

VIOLINIO GERMAIN

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3-27-20

Higher knowledge comes to man solely through the unfolding ofintelligence within him which leads him to discoverthe light of his owndivinity and Oneness with God.

DEFINITIONS: KNOWLEDGE, CONSCIOUSNESS AND SENSATION

Knowledge is Mind-Idea.

Consciousness is Mind-awareness of Idea.

Sensation is a body awareness of pulsing tensions taking place in nerve systems of bodies due to the interchanging of wave motion in creating matter.

All knowledge eternally exists in the God-Mind of the universe, God is knowledge and power. Man's measure of knowledge and power is the measure in which he acquires God-awareness within him. Man cannot acquire knowledge through outer-observation­ by his senses. He can but acquire information that way.

Sensed-bodies cannot know anything.They are limited to a sensed-awarenessof motion, for sensation is impossible without motion. Sensed-bodies see, feel, hear,smell and taste, but that is all they do. Sensed-bodies are devoid of intelligence and are limited to brain-reasoning from observed effects.They can never acquire knowledge for knowledge is distinctly a property of the Mind, and the brain is not the Mind. When that Light of Mind-Consciousness is awakened in man, he has arrived at hisfirst beginnings of God-awareness in him. Knowledge then be­gins in him, and not until then. He then begins to create instead of imitate.

Immanuel told these facts nineteen centuries ago and they have had no meaning all down through these ages. The great tragedy of His teachings was the unreadiness of man to comprehend them in His day and in ignoring their import in this radio and electronic age when human intelligence has unfolded sufficiently to quite easily comprehend them. When He was asked--"..when the kingdom of God shall come", these were His words:"The kingdom of God cometh not with observation. Neither shall they say, lo here! or lo there! for behold, the kingdom of God is within you. "  St. Luke 17:20-21.

It seems quite inconceivable that the consequential universities of learning have paid no attention to these very plain statements, for their sole method of gaining knowledge is through sense-observations which merely inform one of effect while knowledge lies in cause. It is also extraordinary that the objective God as accepted by the "pagan" definition, could still persist with that very plain instruction which tells where to find God.

PHOENIX JOURNAL 35:  “THE SACRED SPIRIT WITHIN- MITAKUYE OYASIN”

http://www.fourwinds10.com/journals/pdf/J035.pdf

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