That Ye Might Have
by Walter Lanyon
Part 2 of a Trilogy – Paperback – 5½” x 8½” – 215 pp.
Part 1 of Trilogy – I Came and Part 3 of Trilogy – Life More Abundant
This book is a tremendous gift for all those who are ready to claim their true Identity, and the author stands ready to help us navigate through and beyond the maze of mortality and its hypnotic suggestions to an entirely new sense of Life!
As recipients of this message, we become increasingly aware of our opportunity to become conscious of God within, and “such a wonderful new vista opens before the individual when he even touches the Oneness of Life.”
We sense a progression of inner experiences with the Presence, and doors open to a New Life and New Identity as “Oneness fills you with light and devitalizes all fear of lack.”
The author reveals that as our inner vision is opened we realize there is a Finished Kingdom, and it is possible to bring it into manifestation. This is everyone’s destiny.
The practical aspects of accepting ownership of the underlying message of this book are enormous. That acceptance will be continually out-pictured in many ways, as it is the Presence that is revealing Itself as perfection in the life of all who are serving God.
The author reveals how simple this message is once we have a conviction of God’s presence as the Truth operating in our life. The message of this book will help each one reach that point of readiness to receive the unlimited benefits and joys from knowing this Truth as our own experience.
The Deep Silence of My Peace
by Joel Goldsmith
This inspired message is one of the most beloved of all of Joel Goldsmith’s recorded talks. It is both a healing meditation, and a revelation of the Christ presence, the “peace, be still,” available to all seekers of divine wisdom. “From the depth of this inner silence come forth the healing waters. These waters bring everlasting life. Out of the depth of this silence comes the Spirit, which appears as our cloud by day and our pillar of fire by night. Out of the depth of this silence come the safety and the security which always follow the peace that God gives.” Many have turned to this talk in times of sorrow or doubt and have found healing and release. “I do not ask you to believe the signs. I do not ask you to believe, even if you experience a healing; I will only ask you to believe if you feel the Touch within you, the Presence, the Light, the Life.” read more »
London Notes and Lectures
by Walter Lanyon
In his introduction, Walter Lanyon tells us that “the gist of the book is to establish Self-reliance; to bring to the attention of man the nature of his true Self … and cause him to see that by becoming one with this Power, he is the Power in action.” The author puts forth the principles of Truth in a way that is easy to grasp and apply to individual experience. When we realize that there is no such thing as an unanswered problem, it gives us courage to begin, as did the Master, Christ Jesus, with the premise “It is done.” read more »
Thrust In the Sickle
by Walter Lanyon
“It is wonderful when God becomes natural—real, livable, approachable.” This possibility becomes a reality in the writings of Walter Lanyon. Thrust in the Sickle is a call to the spiritual seeker to awake, arise, and “come consciously into the understanding that you are here simply for the purpose of letting this God-power into expression.” “I have passed you often on the highways of life, and you have failed to see or hear Me. Remember that I speak through any avenue that is free enough to let Me into expression. I come in the manner in which you can best see Me, but if you are hypnotized to the outside, to the appearance, you will pass Me by.” read more »
Releasing the Universe Within: Lifting Awareness into the Realm of I AM
by Paul F. Gorman
A need remains among spiritual students who have spent years studying and meditating yet still find themselves struggling with ill-health, lack, limitation, disharmony or decrepitude. Freedom in spirit on earth comes not only by knowing that God is all but by knowing why appearance consists of both good and bad. The truth of life must be known but the reason for the appearance of untruth must also be known. . . . read more »