SFG 2 Resources – Wisdom

Wisdom Resources

Some Cayce quotes to get you started:

… there are no short cuts to knowledge, to wisdom, to understanding – these must be lived, must be experienced by each and every soul.  (830-2)

Anyone can find fault. It is the wise person who finds that which encourages another in the turmoils and strifes of the day.  (1449-2)

Know in self that in giving a helpful influence, the magnifying of virtues in others and the minimizing of faults is the beginning of wisdom in dealing with others. Not that the evil influence is denied, but rather that force within self is stressed which when called upon is so powerful that those influences about self may never hinder. For, each step, each opportunity may be made a steppingstone, not a stumblingstone, in dealing with problems, with conditions, with individuals.   (2630-1)

Wisdom then is the divine love made manifest in thy daily conversation, thy daily advocation, thy daily acts as one to another. THIS is Wisdom. This as ye apply, this as ye make known in thy conversation, in thy acts, will become more and more part and parcel of thy VERY self. (262-104)

In Wisdom thou wilt not find fault. In Wisdom thou wilt not condemn any. In Wisdom thou wilt not cherish grudges. In Wisdom thou wilt love those, even those that despitefully use thee; even those that speak unkindly. (262-105)

Remember thy first lesson, Cooperation – how that you each contributing of yourselves will add to the strength of those who are in darkness, who are disturbed by the worldly Wisdom of many. For it is as has been given, oft the foolishness of man is the Wisdom of God. (262-107)

For to be consistent in all things is Wisdom, but to be growing also. For ye grow in grace, in knowledge, in understanding – in Wisdom, of God, the Father, and the relationships as ye experience in the application of that thou hast known, thou hast seen, thou hast heard, thou hast experienced in the application of His love. For love is Wisdom, as love is God. (262-108)

In thy seeking for wisdom, know that it is not of the earth-earthy. Then let thy prayer, thy meditation be – as ye study the lesson of Spirit and the activity in same be as this; for ye know it is not what is said but the spirit with which it is given that makes it a living thing or a burden to someone's soul. (262-118)

For the smile of a baby, the fragrance of the rose, is but a reflection of God's care for man. Would he but learn the lesson of these little things! For it is the foolishness of man that is the wisdom of God, and the wisdom of man that is the foolishness of his Maker.  (3374-1)

And the fear of the Lord is the beginning of the Wisdom.  Not that fear of disappointment, of contention, of strife, of fault.  Consider the thoughts of thyself even for the period ye have listened here.  If ye were condemned by the Christ- Consciousness, where would thy mind, thy thoughts, be?  (262-104)

Thus has it oft been said, the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom.  Wisdom, then, is fear to misapply knowledge in thy dealings with thyself, thy fellow man.  (281-28)

Then, as ye manifest before thy fellow man, as ye do unto the least of thy fellow man, ye do unto thy Lord, thy God. This is the fear of the Lord and the beginning of wisdom. (2441-4)

(Q)  How can I develop a clearer spiritual understanding?
(A)  Learn to know what is thy ideal – to each individual.  For, the spirit answers to spirit within, and that becomes wisdom AND knowledge.  Knowledge without wisdom, as the entity experienced in Atlantis, may become dangerous.  But LOVE and its fulfillment is the beginning of wisdom.  (2746-1)

For, as has been given, it is not all of life to live, nor yet all of death to die. For life and death are one, and only those who will consider the experience as one may come to understand or comprehend what peace indeed means.  (1977-1)

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