More of immortal creation appears as gaze is lifted Spiritward

THE MOUNT OF SPIRITUAL VISION

The mountaintops to which Christ Jesus frequently retired were symbolic of his dwelling place in the consciousness of heaven, harmony, above and beyond the mortal dream. During his nights of vigil and communion with the one Father-Mother God on the mountain summits the Master received the power that healed the sick and sinning, raised the dead, gave sight to the blind, and accomplished wonders, the like of which had never been known to men.

It was upon "an high mountain," the Bible tells us, that the transfiguration took place. On this occasion Jesus was able to converse with Moses and Elias. It was here that the eternality of spiritual, ageless, timeless being was revealed in its flawless perfection. Christ Jesus' thoughts and vision were ever in the ascendancy. Indeed, only from an exalted spiritual altitude of thought could have come forth the greatest sermon ever preached—the Sermon on the Mount—containing this perfect recipe for true vision (Matt. 5:8): "Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God." Blessed, indeed, is that purity of perception which sees the new heaven and earth.

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