When spiritual consciousness is attained, then we can see the spiritual universe, but we cannot see, hear, taste, touch, or smell the spiritual universe with the five senses. In a state of illumined consciousness, we do catch glimpses of it, just as the beloved disciple, John, caught the spiritual vision of the universe. However, the trees and the flowers — the forms of trees and flowers or of anything else — are not spiritual as we see them.
Jesus as the Express Image of the Divine Substance
They are the illusory sense of reality. As you turn away from the appearance and turn to God, seeking the realization of reality as Spirit fulfilling itself, then you experience what appears to be healing. It is really the harmony of God being revealed to us, which we see as improved form. This is the most important part of our healing work.
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Description In God, the Substance of All Form, Goldsmith establishes the mystical truth that God is the reality, the divine consciousness of our being, and that the purpose of the spiritual life is to bring us to the fullness of that realization. He teaches that we can come to this realization through meditation, in which we can gain a conscious awareness of the presence and power of God.