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Mirari: The Way of the Marys Quotes

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From Mirari: The Way of the Marys, © Mari Perron, forthcoming from Course of Love Publications

 

Mari Perron, in dialogue with Mary of Nazareth, heard these words.

 

We are throwing open the windows to let in the new air. We, of our way of Mary, are refreshing that which has grown stale, that which thinks it knows what to do, that which clings to the way it has been done, that which would “use” The New in ways of old. 

From Mirari: The Way of the Marys, © Mari Perron, forthcoming from Course of Love Publications

 

Those caught in the old will become great challenges for those who are moving on. The feeling will be mutual, but those of the old will have solid reasoning in their favor, and solid facts on the ground on which they stand. “This is the way it is.” 

From Mirari: The Way of the Marys, © Mari Perron, forthcoming from Course of Love Publications

 

What calls you and what creates for you will be imagination itself. You will see for yourself, as you reside in the imagination of the divine duad, that you will create in this same image and this same way.

From Mirari: The Way of the Marys, © Mari Perron, forthcoming from Course of Love Publications

 

All have been demeaned in the time that is passing. Most do not see that this is the cause of their broken hearts or see cause for rejoicing that their hearts have been broken open to what can now be released: waves of love and freedom from the demeaning.

From Mirari: The Way of the Marys, © Mari Perron, forthcoming from Course of Love Publications

 

The reality of one whole with no “separate” parts is revealed as the true reality. This, we combine now, with the reality of the duad that always exists—that of the knower and the known: two as one and one as two.

From Mirari: The Way of the Marys, © Mari Perron, forthcoming from Course of Love Publications

 

. . . Jesus, in his second course, A Course of Love, was beginning to speak of the wholeness of what had once been divided into parts. In response to your naturally arising quest for wholeness, he began to speak of a common ground on which seemingly disparate parts of self could meet. He called it by many names, including the intersection and the crossing; dialogue and creation of the new; all suggesting the meeting point of one and another . . . the duad.

From Mirari: The Way of the Marys, © Mari Perron, forthcoming from Course of Love Publications

 

The beauty of the mystery is that it goes before you always. This is the divine secret, the “super” natural. 

From Mirari: The Way of the Marys, © Mari Perron, forthcoming from Course of Love Publications

 

Mystery is all that is beyond human “understanding.” Do you see? Mystery is all that is beyond “knowledge.” Those initiated into “the mystery” did not learn some bit of knowledge. They became aware of how to live without it. They became aware of the mystery that would go before them unto the end of time. 

The mystery of creation.

From Mirari: The Way of the Marys, © Mari Perron, forthcoming from Course of Love Publications

 

Such words (as ours) are the bonds that create the duad, the connection of “two or more gathered together.” Such words become the expression of one’s inspiration, the prose of one’s faith, the text of one person’s own conviction, repentance, new life . . . and the sharing of it.

From Mirari: The Way of the Marys, © Mari Perron, forthcoming from Course of Love Publications

 

It is, “here,” in this time, that the duad of Heaven and Earth will enter such relationship as will “act upon” the fabric of time and eternity, human and divine unity.

From Mirari: The Way of the Marys, © Mari Perron, forthcoming from Course of Love Publications

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