John Hargreaves

Individual Salvation – Subjective Being


Also in ‘Collected Writings – Volume 1’




‘Individual Salvation – Subjective Being’, an Association Address given by John Hargreaves, deals with the subjective nature of all experience and shows that, as thought is kept in constant relation to the divine, the spiritual, and the eternal, the experience of universal salvation is itself individual, and does not rest on a conversion of multiplicity of human minds. Since everything reaches us at the point of consciousness, and since we are accepting only the divine Mind as constituting this consciousness, it is “here” and not “over there” that healing and salvation are experienced. This salvation is incidental to an altitude of thought, and not to activities carried out at a human level to try and alter the pictures presented by material sense.