John Hargreaves

The Underlying Perfection of Being





In The Underlying Perfection of Being John Hargreaves explores the underlying perfection of being which exists and is all.  Anything that does not belong to this reality, to the Science of being, falls into the category of material beliefs that have to disappear.

This reality, or Science, of being comprises the knowledge of everything that constitutes the entire spectrum of experience, both religious and secular. It follows that the belief that matter, person, or any human concept as the medium for Mind, and every belief that organisation or institution is something in its own right has to yield to the underlying fact of which the human experience is only the symbol.

However it is important to remember that the apparent yielding of material beliefs to spiritual facts, and the gradual emergence of understanding, only pertains to “the false human sense of that light which shineth in darkness, and the darkness comprehendeth it not.” (Unity of Good 63:9-11)