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Peace

"What is Peace? It is detachment from all but Love." (Spirit message from John Keely via Dawn Stranges, 1997, Spirit Messages from John Keely, Atlin and Others as told to the Musical Dynasphere Project Team

". . . peace must begin within self before there may be the activity or the application of self in such a manner as to bring peace in thy own household, in thine own heart, in thine own vicinity, in thine own state or nation." Cayce (3976-28)

"Learn that quiet first within self, from within ... wherein there may be the peace ..." Cayce (694-2)

"Only in casting thyself wholly upon the Lord may ye know the spiritual and mental peace that is the birthright of every soul. Only in defying same ... ye become entangled in confusion, doubt and fear." Cayce (1326-1)

"Remember, ye pursue peace, ye embrace peace, ye hold to peace. It is not something that descends upon thee, save as ye have created and do create it in the hearts, in the minds, in the experiences of others." Cayce (3051-2)

"... peace ... comes from making thy will one with the Creative Forces - which is love!" Cayce (1792-2)

"...Until ye are willing to lose thyself in service, ye may not indeed know that peace which He has promised to give - to all." Cayce (1599-1)

"Be happy - be in the attitude of ever being helpful to others. These will bring that peace within that is the promise from him." Cayce (1968-7 )

"... such activities and attitudes will bring into thy experience the greater peace. Not by "Don't do this - Don't do that! ..." Cayce (528-16)

"For the very fact that ye find yourself conscious of being alive, of being capable of suffering disappointments, capable of being aware of missing something within thine own experience in the present - disappointed in people, disillusioned with your own family - should make you aware that God is mindful of thee and that thou hast forgotten God. Then in thy spiritual life, in thy spiritual purpose lies the answer in thy problems, physical, mental, material, spiritual. For when ye have set thine own house in order, regardless of what others may say, begin to read first the 19th of Exodus and the 5th verse, and see in whom ye may trust, where thy mind and thy soul may find rest. Consider what spirit, what purpose, what desire must occupy thy mind." Cayce (3506-1)

"When (men) go to war, what they want is to impose on their enemies the victor's will and call it peace." [St. Augustine, "The City of God"]

Q-8. Will the attacks come to naught that have been made on me by the American Medical Association?

A-8. Depends upon the antagonistic attitude that the body assumes ... If ye would have peace, be peaceful!" Cayce (969-1)

"Yet thou, in thine own self, hast that which may set the world on fire for the Lord; that of sincerity with self. Keep thine heart pure. Thou mayest bring peace and harmony to many by the gentleness of the Christ words through thine own self." Cayce (281-19)

"Know in yourself that you are doing the right, and let the move be on the part of others ... the mental satisfaction of knowing that ye are trying makes a peace that may not be had otherwise." Cayce (1183-3)

". . peace must begin within self before there may be the activity or the application of self in such a manner as to bring peace in thy own household, in thine own heart, in thine own vicinity, in thine own state or nation." Cayce (3976-28)

"Never so act, in any manner, in any inclination, that there may ever be an experience of regret within self. Let the moves and the discourteousness, the unkindness, all come from the other. Better to be abased . . . and have the peace within!

". . act ever in the way ye would like to be acted toward. No matter what others say or even do, do as ye would be done by; and then the peace that has been promised is indeed thine own." Cayce (1183-3)

"... My peace I give unto thee - not as the world giveth peace in the gratifying ... or of looking for ease and comfort irrespective of that it may bring into the experiences of others.." Cayce (1440-1)

"Though ye wander far afield, call upon the Lord while He may be found and He will draw very nigh unto thee; and with His presence bring peace." Cayce (294-174)

"Affirmative Approaches to Peace "... such activities and attitudes will bring into thy experience the greater peace. Not by "Don't do this - Don't do that! ..." Cayce (528-16)

"If there is light in the soul, there will be beauty in the person
If there is beauty in the person, there will be harmony in the house
If there is harmony in the house, there will be order in the nation
If there is order in the nation, there will be Peace in the World." [Chinese Proverb]

"One does not need buildings, money, power, or status to practice the Art of Peace. Heaven is right where you are standing, and that is the place to train." [Morihei Ueshiba]

"More wars, more bloodshed have been shed over the racial and religious differences than over any other problem. These, too, must go the way of all others; and man must learn - if he will know the peace as promised by Him - that God loveth those who love Him, whether they be called of this or that sect or schism or ism or cult, the Lord is ONE." Cayce (3976-27)

"A peace that comes from fear and not from the heart is the opposite of peace." Gersonides

"If in our daily life we can smile, if we can be peaceful and happy, not only we, but everyone will profït from it. This is the most basic kind of peace work." [Thich Nhat Hanh, Vietnamese Buddhist Monk/Peace Activist/Author]

"If you want to make peace, you don't talk to your friends. You talk to your enemies." [Moshe Dayan]

"There are three enemies of personal peace: regret over yesterday's mistakes, anxiety over tomorrow’s problems and ingratitude for today's blessings." [Temitope Alade, Lagos Nigeria]

"And if you commit that peace to thy son, he - too - may put his hand in the hand of the Master ..." Cayce (3165-1)

"Remember, the soft word turns away wrath and it brings joy, the kind word as ye have found in thine own experience oft has made the day much brighter for thee. Make many days brighter for others and in making them more and more in attune with love, patience, longsuffering, gentleness and kindness, ye will make for thyself a surety in those things that take hold on peace, harmony and joy. These should be a part of thine experience ever." Cayce (5098-1)

"The point is not knowing another person, or learning to love another person. The point is simply this: How tender can we bear to be? What good manners can we show as we welcome ourselves and others into our hearts?" [Rebecca Wells]

"Treat yourselves with peace, tenderness and love." [Dale Pond circa 1998]

"Learn that quiet first within self, from within ... wherein there may be the peace ..." Cayce (694-2)

Gertrude Cayce: You will have before you the conditions in the world today, and that needed by those seeking advice in helping to construct a permanent basis for international peace founded upon understanding of one another's economic, social and spiritual problems. You will answer the questions, as I ask them:

Edgar Cayce: "Yes, we have - as we have had before - those problems which have brought about the upheavals and the wars, the distrust, the jealousy, the hate existing today. These are the result of man's forgetting God, and that which truly represents man's sincere attempt to worship, honor and glorify a living God. For this may only be done in the manner in which individuals, states, nations, treat their fellow man. For, as ye do unto others, ye do to thy Maker. And when those activities are such as to dishonor thy fellow man, ye dishonor thy God - and it brings all of those forms of disturbance that exist in the world today.

"As for the individuals here - peace must begin within self before there may be the activity or the application of self in such a manner as to bring peace in thine own household, in thine own heart, in thine own vicinity, in thine own state or nation. And only one agreement: Worship God in a manner that is in keeping with the dictates of thy conscience. When there has been in the earth those groups that have sufficiently desired and sought peace, peace will begin. It must be within self." Cayce (3976-28); June 20, 1943

"Think not you understand anything until you pass the test of perfect peace, for peace and understanding go together and never can be found alone. Each brings the other with it, for it is the law of God they be not separate. They are cause and effect, each to the other, so where one is absent the other cannot be. Only those who recognize they cannot know unless the effects of understanding are with them, can really learn at all. For this it must be peace they want, and nothing else." [A Course in Miracles]

See Also

Affinity
Balance
Centering
Concordance
Harmony
I AM
Lord
Love
Peace Profound
Self
Self Realization
Sympathy
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