Steps to KnowledgeThe Book of Inner Knowing

Step 87

I will not be afraid of what I know.

UPON THE HOUR TODAY PRACTICE REPEATING THIS STATEMENT and consider its meaning. Upon the hour you will learn to release fear from your life, for Knowledge will dispel all fear, and you will dispel fear to give Knowledge its right to express itself. Trust what you know. It is for the greatest good. You may bear great anger and distrust towards yourself, but this is not directed at Knowledge. This is directed at your personal mind, which cannot possibly understand your greater purpose. It cannot possibly answer your greatest questions or provide certainty, purpose, meaning and direction in your life. Forgive what is fallible. Honor what is infallible. And learn to tell the two apart.

IN YOUR TWO LONGER PRACTICE PERIODS TODAY, practice letting go of fear so that you may know. Allowing your mind to be still and receptive without making demands will be a demonstration that you are trusting Knowledge. It will give you reprieve from the afflictions and the animosities of this world. With this, you will begin to see a different world.

Practice 87: Two 30-minute practice periods. Hourly practice.

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