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by: Militz, Annie Rix
ISBN: 0-7873-0614-2
format: spiral
pages: 84


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SOLD AS IS THE simplest definition of concentration is that found in the dictionary, namely, “to gather to one common center,” for it defines that which is spiritual as well as that which is material. We need only to consider what is the common center in order to put concentration into its right place. That common center is within you and its name is One, whether we call it the name of the Lord, as we read in the book of the prophet Malachi, as to the great Manifestation that finally shall be in this world, that “there shall be one Lord and His name One,” or whether we call it the mathematical one. It is sufficient that we see the common-center of our spiritual thoughts and of our material thoughts as one thought, one manifestation. Contents: The Nature of Concentration; Power of Repose; Self-Control; Concentration in the Daily Life; Concentration Through Devotion; Peace and Bliss.

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