noun: a single unit of written or spoken language
noun: a short conversation or discussion, usually without other people listening
noun: a short speech on a particular subject
noun: a unit of language that native speakers can identify ("Words are the blocks from which sentences are made")
noun: a promise ("He gave his word")
noun: the divine word of God; the second person in the Trinity (incarnate in Jesus)
noun: the sacred writings of the Christian religions ("He went to carry the Word to the heathen")
verb: to use words to express something in a particular way

"Then MIND, as He, was the WORD - and dwelt among men; and we beheld HIM as the face of the Father." [Cayce (1567-2)] see Mind of God, Creation, Christ Consciousness

"In the beginning was the Word (Logos in Greek; the divine principle of Truth, of thought, intelligence, knowledge) and the Word was God. In Him was life, and the life was the light of men. And the light shineth in darkness and the darkness comprehendeth it not." [Bloomfield-Moore in Veil Withdrawn]

"For, of the dust of the earth was the body-physical created. But the Word, the MIND, is the controlling factor of its shape, its activity, from the source, the spiritual entity." [Cayce (263-13)]

"Few can conceive of the body through which the Prince of Peace manifested - the Son, the first and the last Adam - as having been a channel for material desire, when considered as a body so purified as to bear that perfect One." Cayce (281-51)

In the beginning was the WORD

"In the beginning was the WORD"

“Here I differ from the world. I put the cause in words that convey fear to the senses or in some sensation, never in the phenomenon. The world puts disease in the phenomenon and guesses at the cause. They have never been taught that words are the basis of man's trouble. Words affect every person, yet you will hear people say, ‘it makes no difference to me what a person says, it does not affect me.’ But this is not the case. It is just as impossible for words to fall harmless on man's senses and not injure him as it is for stones to fall on his body without hurting him. Yet the world, ignorant of this fact, are constantly stoning the sick with their opinions and advice. Every word affects us as much as the one we speak to, even our thoughts affect us, and we are responsible for them as well as our acts. If this truth were known, man would conduct himself so that his thoughts would take a right direction. Then he will cease to do evil and learn to do good.” [Phineas Parkhurst Quimby, Do We See That Which We Are Afraid Of?, page 226]

See Also

Awakening Your Genius
Christ Consciousness
Cosmic Consciousness
Endocrine System
Mind of God
Table of Glands and Correspondences
Vowel Sounds
Wave Field
1.13 - The Word of God
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