A MOVEMENT OF MIND
In the 33rd chapter of the Book of Job we are told that God speaks to man in two ways, but man does not
perceive them. It is said: "In a dream, in a vision of the night when deep sleep falls upon men while they
slumber on their beds, he opens the ears of men and seals their instructions." Tell that to a psychiatrist and,
because he separates the dreamer from God, he will tell you that all dreams come from the individual dreamer
and not from God. But I tell you: God’s eternal name is I AM, and if I asked who is dreaming the dream
would the individual not say, "I am?" And are we not told that that is God’s name forever and ever?
You cannot separate the dreamer from God, and all dreams proceed from Him. Some are simple and need
no interpretation, while others are revealed in a symbolic language and need an interpreter, as told us in the
story of Joseph. His true identity is revealed when he looked into the faces of those who had had a dream
and saw they were disturbed, for he said: "Do not interpretations belong to God? Tell me your dream." Then
he interpreted the dreams of the butler, the baker, and even Pharaoh himself, and they all came to pass just as
he had said they would. Now, if only God can interpret a dream, why tell Joseph? Because he is a
personification of God. His name was changed from Joseph (meaning "salvation") to Joshua, which means
"Jehovah is salvation."
Now back in 1954, I awoke from a dream hearing these words: "You do not move in waking any more than
you move on your bed in sleep. It is all a movement of mind. The intensity is determined by the strength of the
vortex you create, which is just like a whirlwind with a center of perfect stillness. You only believe that you
are moving when you are awake, as you think you move in sleep." Well, I am a rational being and reason
could not accept that statement, but I wrote it down and placed it in my Bible to await further revelation.
Psychiatrists would say this message came from myself. I will not deny that, but