From the White Eagle Website

From the White Eagle Website

Another offering from The Quiet Mind: Sayings of White Eagle

 Keep Your Contact (pg. 18)

 Whenever you are tired or weary, seek the Presence of the Golden One, and draw into your soul His love, His gentle beauty, His refreshment. If you can keep your certain, sure contact with God, nothing can go wrong in your life. You have no need to worry about decisions whether to do this, that or the other. Your decisions will be made for you, but you must be awakened to the spirit, quickened in spirit, so that you will instantly respond to the gentle guidance of the almighty Presence within you.

 For more on the White Eagle Lodge visit:

http://www.whiteagle.org/quiet_mind.htm

 The following words come from the website given above:

 White Eagle – the bird of vision, of soaring wings and sunlit skies.

 A spirit guide whose teachings were revealed to Grace Cooke throughout her long life.

 The name `White Eagle’ is not attached only to an individual, but stands for a true vision through the mists of earth into a larger and more perfect life.

 The center of the White Eagle teaching is love and understanding towards all. All people, all living creatures are from the same source–the Light, the heart of Good. We are all one family, joined by a common bond, a sometimes unspoken understanding–love.

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The Quiet Mind Book Cover

I’ve decided to begin posting regularly (no promises on how regularly) short excerpts from a beautiful little book, The Quiet Mind: Sayings of White Eagle. I trust you derive as much inspiration from these words as I have. Here’s the first. These are in no particular order.

 

Loving Means Seeing Good

You must learn so to act, so to live each day, that you are naturally, at all times, a being of love. Love is not sentimentality. Love is seeing good, seeing God, recognizing the divine law of cause and effect working throughout all life. To love is to be tolerant towards all men, towards all the happenings of daily life; to be patient, thoughtful, kind and meek. All these qualities are contained in the one word—love.

For more on the White Eagle Lodge visit:

http://www.whiteagle.org/quiet_mind.htm

 

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John Haines is the author of In Search of Simplicity: A True Story that Changes Lives, a startlingly poignant and inspiring real-life endorsement of the power of thought, belief and synchronicity in one’s life.