Classic and Contemporary Works of Spiritual Illumination
Classic and Contemporary Works of Evolutionary Literature

Margaret Johnson was a student of the American mystic and teacher, Joel S. Goldsmith, author of The Infinite Way. In 1962, under his guidance, she began conducting a study and meditation group in Boston, MA. From that experience, her work evolved into practicing and teaching The Infinite Way Principles to students individually and collectively.

In 1971 Margaret received an inner instruction to move to Atlanta, Georgia and establish a Study Center. The Center quickly developed into a full scale activity for daily meditation, one-on-one instruction and twice-weekly classwork on The Infinite Way Principles.

The fruitage of that work is witnessed in the dedication, commitment, and spiritual growth of the Study Center students. For 32 years the Center flourished as a focus through which the Inner Light flowed to the community at large. As the spiritual awareness of the students developed, they were moved individually into many varied professions where The Infinite Way Principles were released into human consciousness on a daily basis.  

These students were a united group, grounded in Oneness, whose goal was spiritual illumination. They continue to do service to God through service to humankind.

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Margaret Johnson