A Compendium of Joel Goldsmith’s Infinite Way Writings & Tape Recordings
by Denice E. Jutras
Paperback – 8 ½ x 11 – 250 pp.
The cover of The Infinite Way Compendium denotes the LIGHT that was always flowing through from the mountaintop whenever Joel Goldsmith spoke. It is important to note that Joel never sat down to “write” a book; his messages just flowed out through him during his classwork and meditations. This Compendium is a unique resource for any reader wanting to study in more depth from the origins of Joel’s books found in the specific class recordings used in each book. It also provides additional reference lists for anyone wanting to know where a particular recording was used in any of Joel’s books.
These additional cross-referenced listings allow the readers to enrich their studies with more context. They can begin with a particular recorded message and find all the various places it was used in the writings or choose any published material and find all the recordings that were used in writing it.
Also included is an index of the key words in the books’ titles, chapter titles, and sub-chapter titles, as well as an index of the key words used in the titles of Joel’s recorded classes. This latest Compendium of books and pamphlets has been updated to include all new book titles and the names of Joel’s more recently added recordings.
Love and Gratitude
by Joel Goldsmith
“Love and Gratitude” is a compilation of two noted essays by the author: The first essay uncovers secrets of Love and how readers may experience love flowing from and to them in all areas of their lives. Exploring the many dimensions of Love: as supply, as forgiveness, as the Source, as outward expression, the author affirms that in order to experience and express Love it is necessary to come into a new understanding of Love and its source. The author emphasizes that individuals do not have the capacity to “be more loving.” ... read more »
The Catalyst of Grace – Awakening to a Higher Love
by Patricia Lea Ferrara
Grace is everyone’s inheritance, but awareness is the catalyst that brings it into manifestation. In this book the author shares her experiences of a spiritual dimension that appears as Grace in our lives. In 1969 she was lifted into a Presence unlike anything she had been exposed to. She experienced herself held eternally in an all-knowing Intelligence and Love that holds everyone within Itself, but has been forgotten. The revelation transformed her awareness and healed her dying baby. She soon found herself on a spiritual path with many throughout the world who have experienced the same Presence with outer signs. Grace functions as a continuing experience when we attune to a higher Love within ourselves. read more »
Laughter of God
by Walter Lanyon
"And then one day I heard the Laughter of God in the midst of me and within the world, and all was suddenly changed. Old patterns and ideas were shattered and passed away—a new loveliness of life was exposed to view … " How does one hear the Laughter of God? Walter Lanyon has a powerful message to share with the world, a message based firmly on the teachings of the Master, Christ Jesus, and the joy and promise it brings is evident throughout the book. ... read more »
Contemplative Meditation with Scripture
by Joel Goldsmith
“Contemplative meditation is the preparatory step before pure meditation without words or thoughts and its main purpose it to keep the mind stayed on God—to acknowledge Him in all our ways—so that in quietness and in confidence we may ‘be still and know that I am God.’” In this invaluable message, Joel Goldsmith guides the reader through the practices of contemplative meditation. Not only does this book outline specific exercises useful for daily life, it reveals that meditation is a way of life that will bring the meditator into the ultimate experience of Oneness with his or her Source. That experience “without words or thoughts” brings peace and spiritual abundance into limitless expression. “Your having contemplated these truths is the reason there is peace in our midst. You have brought ‘the peace of God which passeth all understanding.’ If there is love here with us, you have brought the love that is without limit. If there is supply you have brought God’s storehouse. All that the Father has is yours, and you have brought it here.” read more »