Book Of Quotes
Inspirational, Spiritual & Metaphysical Quotes
From The Discourses Of JJ Dewey
1 By observing that which is without and reflecting it off that which is within, you can eventually access all knowledge that is available in the universal mind of God.
2 The knowledge of the formless worlds becomes practical when you acquire the ability to still your regular consciousness and shift your attention to the higher life consciousness.
3 No great knowledge will ever come to our consciousness that you are not supposed to have.
4 Often the greatest knowledge will come when the mind is a complete blank.
5 Seek out true sources of knowledge, study and incorporate them into your life. Knowledge dispels error and illusion.
6 It does seem to be a law that all things of value come to us after a period of intense struggle and this would include knowledge.
7 Many are praised for having much knowledge when in reality a large percentage of what is in their brain is not true.
8 In the days of Columbus many thought they had “knowledge” that the earth was flat, but real knowledge was only to be had when it was realized the earth was round.
9 If the seeker has a foundation of twelve pieces of data and has one that is false then all he thinks of as knowledge, which is built on this foundation, may be distorted and not be true knowledge.
10 Soul contact begins as such a “small voice” that you think it is your imagination. But each time you trust in it, the flame is fanned and grows until the light is bright, and the heat is sure, and your faith is replaced by knowledge.
11 Resist the temptation to feed the ego and realize that without the voice of the soul you have no real knowledge.
12 Knowledge without soul contact is useful, but has no guidance.
13 True knowledge (or knowing) is acquired by soul contact.
14 Knowledge with soul contact has two main advantages. First, one has guidance in the correct use of knowledge. Secondly one can know that he knows.
15 Knowledge is connected to the throat center, wisdom belongs in the heart and understanding is directed by the head.
16 Knowledge, by itself, even when confirmed through soul contact, has no stability without the other two legs of the triangle which are Wisdom and Understanding.
17 If knowledge and wisdom are not put to use then it would be as if they did not exist.
18 They say a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. So is incomplete knowledge.
19 A large element of control by unjust authority is selective incomplete knowledge that can completely distort reality.
20 The idea behind all knowledge is eternal, but our need for its use is temporary and passes in and out of incarnation.
21 Any time you do not feel free it is because some knowledge is lacking.
22 God’s gifts are always here for me
He knows, I know, and I see.
23 In the Bible the word for sex is “know” the same word which is used as in “knowing God.” Why do you suppose the ancients used this word for sex and does sex correspond to knowing God?
24 The core, and most important lesson of the perfect sexual climax is, that this is a foreshadowing of the bliss, oneness and joyousness of knowing God.
25 “Knowing God” begins with the still small voice and is almost imperceptible, but it ends with the baptism of fire.
26 If the average person had to choose between great sex and knowing God, he would choose sex because this is something he understands.
27 If we truly realized that the perfect climax is only a foreshadowing of what it feels like to “know God,” then the disciple would have a little more enthusiasm about seeking God.
28 You must prove matters from your own experience.
29 There is a knowing that comes with the Spirit.
30 There is a difference between knowing and knowing that you know.
31 In regular knowing an item seems true and all evidence seems to bear this out. When your soul confirms knowledge you go a step further and “know that you know” because the witness speaks to the real part of yourself which never fails.
32 Communion through the soul is done through the transmission of principles which always lead to pure knowledge.
33 There are other ways of knowing besides psychic vision and different people are given different gifts.
34 One must use [their] power of one-pointed attention to create a point of tension. The point of tension can then break through to Patanjali’s “rain cloud of knowable things.” Both the heart and the mind, together as one, must participate in this divine focus.
35 One must understand what one is doing to create certain effects.
36 He who has understanding will see how to communicate the knowledge so it will be received and put to use.
37 When our ignorance ceases, we are free.
38 Higher knowledge deals with principles and requires a certain attuning with the spiritual self to be able to apply it.
39 The purpose of revelations past and present is to give us knowledge that is not readily available from the Bible.
40 True gnosis occurs in the plane above the mind, but there are three planes yet above this. This fourth plane is also a vehicle that presents before the mind ideas and principles as in a flash of inspiration.
41 The two keys of knowing are soul contact and the application of the Law of Correspondences.
42 In Atlantis the Masters of Light and the Dark Brothers walked among men and gave them their knowledge, but in this current age there exists a firm decree that the lost knowledge must be earned by man himself by the use of mind and the dominance of mind.
43 To use the inner flame correctly one must be careful about presenting higher knowledge to those unprepared.
44 It is only a matter of time before the true seeker enters the path as a knower.
45 There is no way for us to know all things and understand all things without the experience of both sexes.
46 The fact that you know how to make something does not indicate an understanding.
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