Note: After this post, I’m going to take a few days off to finish editing and then publishing, on Amazon, a book of sonnets. Thank you for your views. Love, Celia
“The mind in conflict with itself is dangerous to itself, and of course, by extension, to everyone else in all dimensions. Therefore, indeed, beloved friends, beware of those that come in sheep’s clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolves. Beware of the viciousness of the ego within your own mind.” (“The Way of Transformation,” The Way of Mastery, Lesson 22, Page 266)
Even if we have largely given up the ego, it still sinks into our awareness with patterns of egoic thinking that have not been banished. So we are still prone to conflict because our minds/hearts have not fully integrated. When our heart speaks to our mind, we are moving in the right direction. Turn aside from conflict in all its guises, for conflict is of the ego. Just simply ask for a solution to whatever problem presents itself, and know that God is listening.