Man, of this nature is always astir; he is always busy, because he wants to do! The candidate on the path comes to fathom the mystery which lies in Lao-Tze’s words “not-doing”, not letting the I-being take precedence. It is He, the Lord of all Life, who fashions the willing and the doing in you. When the candidate is united again with “It”, with the path, with Tao, with the Gnosis, he has entered into a bond of voluntary obedience with the eternal, with the kingdom of God within him, with the Jesus-Man within him. Then it comes to pass that the other one, who cannot be explained from this nature, does, lives and is.”



– Catharose De Petri