21 April, 2013

Perfect Peace

Perfect Peace Neustift Austria

As a Sunday Thought the following is from my cuttings file from around 30 years ago.

The writer, Dr K.M.P Mohamed Cassim, is the founder of the Perfect Peace Lodge in Sri Lanka and by 'coincidence' I came across an interview with her on the School of Metaphysics website.

"The mystical teachings of Jesus are fundamentally and essentially similar to the teachings of other great masters, saints and mystics.

The correct method of meditation is beautifully stated in the Bible as Be still and know that I am God, which means one should keep the mind undisturbed emotionally under all circumstances and maintain the profound state of Perfect Peace with full awareness of the Absolute Reality which alone exists eternally.

The process of divine healing is purely a spontaneous act which takes place quietly and sweetly when we are in deep silent meditation in tune with that Cosmic Consciousness of Divinity. The healing aspect of prayer can be conceived not by mere intellectual ability but through the communion with the Supreme Power which operates full of spiritual magnetism."

~ Dr K.M.P Mohamed Cassim

The photo is of a lake in the Alps near Neustift in Austria

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8 comments:

  1. Love the picture, perfect peace how wonndeful that would be.

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    1. Perfect Peace - one day perhaps, would be nice to think so.

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  2. The picture reminds me of one of my favourite lakes in Brisbane at Sirromet Winery -

    http://brizdazz.blogspot.com.au/2011/03/twelfth-insight.html

    And it is so peaceful just watching the water on that lake.Weddings are held on and in front of the ramp there as well...you might say the calm before the storm in many cases.-)

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    1. I love Austria. Karin and I have been there quite a few times walking in the mountains - so very peaceful, a different world.

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  3. Love the photo! Every time I see pictures of Austria, the landscape is somehow dramatic.

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    1. Austria is lovely, taking a cable car to the high places and then walking or even sitting in the peacefulness.

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  4. Some days I'm actually "there', Mike.

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    1. Glad to hear you have found 'the way', at least on some days.

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