Just A Minute


JUST ONE MINUTE.

Let’s do this simple spiritual gesture for good in our world. 🙂

one-minute-manifesto
There are 1,440 minutes in a 24-hour day. Of those 1,440 minutes, spend just one (1) minute calmly, silently, quietly remembering that: “God-activity is the only activity there is; therefore, only God’s good and perfect activity is expressing in our world.

During that one minute, stay with that thought completely; AND feel it to be true for yourself and everyone else, as you inhale and exhale slowly and deeply.

When the minute has passed, release it to the vast ocean of time. Let it go gratefully, joyously. Then forget it as you continue with the rest of the day.

COMMIT one (1) minute of your day, every single day, to do this very simple practice. Give that minute away as your personal gift to the world. Do it purely in God-awareness with no other thought or concern at that moment. It does not matter when or where you do it. Just do it.

(You can use the minute timer below.)


Just One MinuteBy this small gesture, we are consenting to let God be the activity of infinite good in our lives and in the world. Let your one-minute contemplation bring forth whatever wonderful good it will manifest in the world.

Let us create a tsunami of spirituality and grace to flood and cover the whole earth. SHARE this post in social networks, on Internet sites, and with your loved ones, friends, and associates. Share please, because YOU CARE. Share, because you can afford the   ❤ gift of JUST ONE MINUTE.

A moment of contemplation with me. 😉

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About Marc of Contemplative Pathways

Marc teaches contemplative meditation in the context of contemporary mysticism. His understanding of the mystical life is rooted in over 30 years of study, practice, unfoldment, realization and experience, in the course of which he has received the gifts of spiritual discernment and transmission. His teaching work meaningfully shifts consciousness in a student through the process and alchemy of mystical transformation. Marc facilitates the mystical teachings under the style of Contemplative Pathways, enabling others to embark on the spiritual journey by learning the Truth teaching and living its principles. He has been conducting classes and meditation meetings in the San Francisco Bay Area in a classroom, lecture, workshop or group practice setting, for over fifteen years. His methodology of instruction is divinely inspired and firmly rooted in pure, authentic mysticism. His approach to the mystical life is essentially nondenominational, nonsectarian, culturally interfaith, spiritually transreligious, and definitively unitive and nondualistic. His other contributions to worldwide spiritual awakening and the global contemplative movement include spiritual mentoring and spiritual healing practice. Within the context of the great shift in consciousness now occurring all over the planet, Marc’s work presently focuses on individual and collective spiritual transformation and healing through the practice of contemplation or meditation, as the vehicle for transcendence and ascension to the higher dimensions of mystical consciousness. He remains firmly committed to the vision of a global spiritual awakening and the divine promise of humanity’s mystical illumination.
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3 Responses to Just A Minute

  1. dispenser1 says:

    Giver of all: Our infinite spirit source gives life, breath, and all to all. He doesn’t depend on us for anything. We depend on him for everything.
    From: http://www.worddispensary.wordpress.com
    Love, peace, and infinite spirit to all.

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    • That is all true in our state of humanhood. However, we have to become familiar, too, with the understanding of God’s nature in nondualist mysticism.

      In the singular oneness that God is, God neither gives nor withholds because there is no one for God to give something to or to withhold something from. Giving and withholding are mental concepts of duality-based human activities involving (1) a giver and (2) a receiver or recipient.. The same goes for the notion of dependence, which implies the duality of (1) a dependent and (2) the provider.

      In true mysticism, we understand God’s nature to be a self-maintaining, self-sufficient, self-sustaining, etc. principle of life. If we can discern our oneness with/in God correctly, we shall rest spiritually, emotionally, and mentally in the full knowingness (conscious awareness) that our individual lives, being God-life in truth and reality, are self-maintaining, self-sufficient, and self-sustaining lives, such that our provisions for good are always delivered at the doorstep of our individual human experience.

      Beyond the human concept of God as the giver of all, is the mystical principle that God is literally the only Being there is; there is none separate or apart from God.

      Thank you for sharing your thoughts here.

      Marc

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