Spending a blissful Sunday live streaming Agape listening to subjective truth. Practicing subjective truth prayer. Reading Osho. Rebelling. I’ve been up since six a.m. praying, meditating, blogging and listening to all three Agape services.
Creating perfect reality. Sexting my Mandingo about hooking-up this evening. Standing on my head practicing naked yoga in the backyard listening to one of the most vital spiritual communities in Southern California, Agape International Spiritual Center in Culver City, CA. Me and the Africans are surfing the transcendental vibrations of love and intimacy. Total liberation. The new religion.
Attorney General Kamala Harris gave a pitch this morning about her upcoming run for public office. She talked about the People of the State of California vs. the Defendant versus the Victim vs. the Defendant. Ms. Harris is running for Congress. Or senator. She is running for public office and sounding good. Kamila Harris sounds like an even smoother version of President Obama.
She has 5 E’s. Education, economy and the environment are the first three. Third grade reading is significant. The age of three is significant. Children raised in low income homes hear fewer words at home.
Ms. Harris talked about educational research she has done. You don’t have to care about children to care about children. Children really should be a priority in our culture. We need to take care of kids so that they don’t drift into crime.
Federal minimum wage must be raised. If a parent has a minimum wage job kids often have to stay home from school to babysit younger siblings. She talked about the immense work that we have to do as a culture. Sounded like Obama. She talked about the good work we are doing in the Agape community. A patriot will fight each and every day for the ideals of our country.
Subjective Truth Prayer
Beckwith’s topic this morning was subjective truth prayer. This one phrase sums up Religious Science, American New Thought and Joel S. Goldsmith in one phrase. We pray by visualizing perfected subjective reality. No words or petitioning. Simply aligning ones mind with the perfection of God’s mind.