Christliness—not hypnotism—gains victory

Ideally, every athlete or any player in the game of life would choose, even if he had unlimited choices, to be himself. His integrity would make him shun any injection, physical or mental, that would alter his own being.

Cultivating self-knowledge through the Christ is the necessary means one has for arriving at a rightful appreciation of himself. The Christ, Truth, reveals what God, his Father-Mother, is. Thinking in human terms, he may stand in wonder at the perfectness of man's true being as God's reflection. In his real Christly knowing he recognizes that perfect selfhood is the actual and eternal identity of everyone.

But the human facing competition often develops fears and hang-ups. There is no doubt that he needs an altered state of human consciousness. How this alteration is to take place depends on what one believes to be his real need. Does he need to be hypnotized or dehypnotized; "psyched up" or freed?

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True winning
June 23, 1980

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