Rosicrucian Reflections #7

 

Quaerite Et Invenietis “Seek and you will find”

 

“There is nothing hidden that will not be revealed”

 

“The Rosicrucian realizes that at any moment, at any time of day, we can turn our thoughts inward and immediately contact the mind and consciousness of God. We realize that we do not have to be in a church to pray. We realize that we can talk with God on a hilltop, under a tree, in a canoe, in an automobile, in the cellar of our house, in the garret, or in the corner of our bedroom. God is not reached by turning our thoughts outward to some point in the heavens but by turning our thoughts inward to the temple within where the consciousness of God is always ready to respond and give help.”

-Dr. H. Spencer Lewis

 

May God bless and protect you and…

May you always be

Healthy, Happy

Safe and Comfortable

Seth Kelly Curtis

 

 

 

8 comments on “Rosicrucian Reflections #7

  1. that is super great! I post something on m blog

  2. gifted50 says:

    Yes Sir, I echo ALL your sentiments. I do some of my best communicating with God when I am by myself, then I can be just his daughter and that is often when I am driving and walking alone. I tell my kids God is not contained in a building, you can find Him everywhere.
    I love love love your post today. You have blessed me, thank you.

  3. Ruth Kirk says:

    Spot on. Just finished watching the “Two popes” film yesterday, and was very surprised that neither of them mentioned this. They seemed to believe God was only “outside” of them. I’ve been writing about this today, and will be posting on it very soon, but I promise I’m not copying you! XXXX

    • Kelly Curtis says:

      I’m just copying the Rosicrucians anyway. Yes, that’s why I consider myself more spiritual than religious, I know God is inside me, or better yet, that I’m a little spark of God. Take care Ruth.

  4. Love talking to him when out in the wilds.. 😉

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