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Our Thought Adjusters—Part 15: Cooperation with & Work in the Mind

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This week we resume our study with the fourth paper in this series on the Mystery Monitors, we'll be reading Paper 110, Relation of Adjusters to Individual Mortals,§2.  §3. Co-operation with the Adjuster and §4. The Adjuster's Work in the Mind.

I cannot but observe that so many of you spend so much time and thought on mere trifles of living, while you almost wholly overlook the more essential realities of everlasting import, those very accomplishments which are concerned with the development of a more harmonious working agreement between you and your Adjusters. The great goal of human existence is to attune to the divinity of the indwelling Adjuster; the great achievement of mortal life is the attainment of a true and understanding consecration to the eternal aims of the divine spirit who waits and works within your mind. But a devoted and determined effort to realize eternal destiny is wholly compatible with a lighthearted and joyous life and with a successful and honorable career on earth. ...the ideal life is one of loving service rather than an existence of fearful apprehension. (1206.2) 110:3.4 

Confusion, being puzzled, even sometimes discouraged and distracted, does not necessarily signify resistance to the leadings of the indwelling Adjuster. (1206.3) 110:3.5 

You must not regard co-operation with your Adjuster as a particularly conscious process, for it is not; but your motives and your decisions, your faithful determinations and your supreme desires, do constitute real and effective co-operation. (1206.4) 110:3.6 

Join us in this exploration of our Father-fragments—the promise of eternity and progress to each one of us.

 

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