The New Day


All the words, teaching, instruction, and dedication lead towards the silence of the New Heaven, the New Earth, and the New Day, for which we have undoubtedly been prepared throughout all time. This is what awaits us at the end of that seemingly endless path and journey of consciousness unfolding through the realms of sound, sight, vision, and mind, as we endure the process of dissolution, Self-revelation, and awakening, the process of Self-discovery: silent self-awareness filled with the understanding of the nature of God, the truth of the Spiritual Creation, and that which is the revelation of Man’s eternal identity, forever One with God as he truly is.

As timeless being, creation's plight
brings dawnless feelings of an
ageless night,
before the New Day.

“Dawnless feelings,” as if it, the New Day of Awakening, will never come; of an “ageless night,” as if the journey, the path, the transition, the transformation, the evolution of awareness will never end.

Yet there does finally come a time when “It is done,” when He is come whose right it is; when I, the mortal, no longer am, but I the Divine have come unto Myself. It is after this time that “there shall be no more dying,” for the only one that could, no longer is, but has already “died” that He, I, might live. It is the dissolution of sense and the revelation of the Truth of Man as eternal Spiritual Being.

“And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away.”

It is significant that it is not until the penultimate verse of the final book in the Bible, Revelation, that these words are said; not until the New Heaven and the New Earth are come, the New Jerusalem, the city on a hill, that “hath no need of the sun, nor the moon to shine upon it, for the glory of God is its light.” It is after Man attains to his true Christhood that thereafter he has no need to look to another for anything he shall ever need, for God is his allness, his “strength, his refuge, and his high tower”; God is the reality and truth of his identity and being; all he has need of is forever embodied within and as the One Self, his own Self, in and as the I of his own being, and he only needs to know this truth for it to be so unto him.

“Behold, I make all things new.” It is when the “beginning and the end, the Alpha and the Omega are One.” It is when we realize, “I AM He that should come,” and there is no need to “wait for another,” for all there is, ever was, or ever shall be, is come in me Now. “He that overcometh shall inherit these things; and I will be his God, and he shall be my Son.” This is mystical consciousness.

But to come to this place is a trial by fire, a process of endurance, during and as a result of which, man releases himself fearlessly unto Himself, dissolving into and returning unto the Nothingness from whence he came, “dust to dust, ashes to ashes,” and realizing his oneness with God as the reality and truth of the One and Only Life.


Letting there be Light cannot take place without stillness. It is a process of release and surrender unto the peace of those Everlasting Arms we know to be around us at all times, an act of absolute faith beyond all doubt that here where I am, God IS. Should that Light emerge in our awareness before stillness is come, as can happen, it acts as a harsh light on those areas that still need to be released, not least that of human personality, and those areas where we know we still identify with form, desire, or fear.


People, not understanding the price of dissolution, foolhardily want spiritual light, yet to have it before we are ready serves to highlight the discomfort we feel when we see how far from it our human sense of self has “fallen,” for that Light has come, “not to bring peace to human concept, but a sword.” Regardless of how far we might seem to be from It, at least we have found the way back to It, and uncomfortable as that pure, all-pervading Light may make us feel in our gross humanhood, it is only a matter of time before Christ “returns,” until He is come in us whose right it is. That is resurrection.

from Chapter 27, "The New Day," The Day of Awakening                          Return to Top



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