Holy of Holies

▸ noun: (Judaism?) sanctuary comprised of the innermost chamber of the Tabernacle? in the temple of Solomon? where the Ark of the Covenant was kept
▸ noun: (figurative) something regarded as sacred or inviolable ("Every politician fears to touch that holy of holies, the Social Security System")

"Let the strength of self not be wavered by advice of the many; but turn to the within, knowing that the POWER lieth there. For when ye enter into the holy of holies, in thine own self, there ye may find STRENGTH that is beyond compare of man's physical abilities." Cayce (1752-1)

"There is that access, then, that way, to the Throne of grace, of mercy?, of peace, of understanding, within thine own self. For He has promised to meet thee in thine own temple, in thine own body, through thine own mind . . . And then enter into the holy of holies, within thine own consciousness; turn within; see what has prompted thee. And He has promised to meet thee there. And there shall it be told thee from within the steps thou shouldst take day by day, step by step. Not that some great exploit, some great manner of change should come within thine body, thine mind, but line upon line, precept upon precept, here a little, there a little. For it is, as He has given, not the knowledge alone but the practical application - in thine daily experience with thy fellow man - that counts." Cayce (922-1)

See Also

1.13 - The Word of God
Etheric Elements
Christ Consciousness
Cosmic Consciousness
I Am
Life Force
Mind Force
Mind of God
Urim and Thummin

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