As we continue with the the Edgar Cayce’s “A Search for God” study group material this meditation focuses on fellowship between us and the Divine. Fellowship is the coming together of yourself with the Divine. There is a part within each of us which seeks to return the Divine Source, to return to where it came. As you grow spiritually you are empowering that part of yourself which is seeking the Divine. Spiritual growth along with the golden rule, ‘Treat others as you would want them to treat you,’ are two powerful ways, to create Fellowship with the Divine.
The affirmation for today’s meditation is taken directly out of Book One A Search for God: How excellent is Thy name in the earth, O Lord! Would I have fellowship with thee, I must show brotherly love to my fellow man. Though I come in humbleness and have aught against my brother, my prayer, my meditation, does not rise to Thee. Help Thou my efforts in my approach to Thee.
Daily meditation is a profound way to find clarity in your life. In this most recent series of meditations I am presenting the lessons from the “A Search for God” books. Having been a participating member of “A Search for God” group for many years, I have personally experienced tremendous growth from them in my spiritual life. These meditations are not a replacement for doing the actually lessons. I would strongly suggest participating in an “A Search for God” group in your area.
All meditations provided begin with prayers of protection and closing with the 23rd psalm as taught by Edgar Cayce. Although these meditations are short, they are very profound. This meditation may leave you slightly altered, so please do not drive or go to work immediately after completing. Be sure you are fully grounded before moving forward with your day.