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Here it is: the long-awaited Kindle edition of the three-volume book, The Way of Mastery. The Kindle edition of Book Three: The Way of Knowing is perfectly portable, so you can take the inspiration with you wherever you go!

The profound 11 lessons of The Way of Knowing are lessons 25-35 of the 35 total formal lessons given by Jeshua ben Joseph during the years 1995-1997. Th
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Kindle Edition, 167 pages
Published September 6th 2012 by Shanti Christo Foundation
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The Way of Mastery is a wonderful series for the person wanting to move from seeking to knowing. These books really drive home the philosophy that we and we alone create our experiences and that nothing is outside of ourselves. I find that the series is well written and in a way that is easy to understand. There are some exercises that help practice the lessons. Each book (part 1, 2, and 3) contains 12 lessons for a total of 36 lessons.

A few of my favorite quotes from book 3 include:
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“You, then, are very much at play in the Kingdom, like a child in a sandbox. And each event that arises for you need not be judged. I have shared with you many times that it is the egoic mind that compares and contrasts. Therefore, never compare or contrast your experience with another person’s. Yours is unique. And though the world would say, perhaps, that your experience is not as valuable because you are only worth twenty thousand dollars and somebody else is worth four hundred million, therefore, they have manifested more powerfully, that is simply not true. For manifestation is simply the expression that reveals where the mind has been focusing. The real power is the very mystery that anything can be manifested at all. And you are free to constantly choose anew. Cultivate, then, a very childlike attitude toward all of your experience. Learn to ponder it, to wonder about it, to look upon it like a father does to a child, like your Father does to you: Behold, I have created all things and it is good! In your Bible in the creation story that is told there, it is said that God said something like that. For God looked upon all that She had created and said, “Behold, it is very good!” You are the father of your creations. You are the father of your thoughts, your attitudes, and your choices. Look upon all of these things and say, “Behold, it is very good.” For goodness begets goodness. Judgment begets judgment. For nothing can produce except that which is like itself. An acorn cannot produce a fish. A man and a woman cannot produce an acorn. The thoughts you hold about yourself will reproduce themselves. When you look upon all things as good, goodness will be begotten from that decision. Each time, then, that you have chosen to hold a negative thought about yourself, or about anyone, you have only insured the kind of inconsistency in your mind that interrupts the power of your ability to create, more and more, as a living embodied master. This can only be because you have held deep within the mind some belief that says, “No matter what I do, it won’t work out.” There is some conflicted belief. A belief in goodness and a belief in evil create a conflict that must entrap the soul.” 1 likes
“The secret then, as I have shared with you many times, is to practice seeking first the Kingdom. Never let a day go by in which you fail to ponder the great mystery of God’s presence. Never let a morning go by that you fail to begin your day, except in this way: Surrender all thought of what you know and have believed. Rest in gratitude to the One who has birthed you. Ask only to be revealed for you greater truth, greater wisdom, greater capacity to know and extend perfect Love, perfect trust and perfect peace.” 0 likes
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