Friday, December 2, 2016

Begin/Repeat Steps to Knowledge Continuation Training Today


Steps to Knowledge Continuation Training Part One – CT Steps 1 – 28

The Continuation Training Steps may be done over and over until one has no need for them. I’ve done the CT Steps 18 times, with the full Steps to Knowledge six times as of 2016. This and the next two blog posts set up a perpetual process for Continuation Training, each covering one of the three parts of the CT Steps. Begin if you've completed Steps to Knowledge twice or repeat, if you've done Continuation Training before.
If a link does not work or you wish to download all CT Steps at once, here’s the link to the folder on Google Drive: New Message - Student Spoken Steps Recordings - Steps to Knowledge Continuation Training - Working file

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Note: If you’ve some interest, but this is the first time you’ve seen Steps, you should go to the beginning blog post. From here you will learn about Steps to Knowledge and can begin it on the day that makes sense; then progress as needed. Begin at the beginning.

If you do know about Steps, but have not done Steps twice completely, read the related materials, and have a sense of the direction of this study, or you won’t get the experience. The Introduction begins:

“This is the Steps to Knowledge Continuation Training. It is designed to build upon the Steps that were learned in Steps to Knowledge to enable you to experience the grace, the power and the direction of Knowledge in your life and to become an expression of Knowledge in everything that you do. If you have completed the book, Steps to Knowledge, twice through and have followed the instructions as they were given without altering the curriculum in any way, then you are now ready to begin this more advanced study”.

To be an independent student is certainly an option. Posts that begin with January 1, 2016 include the following day, my journal entries beginning August 25, 2001, as I went through the CT Steps the first time. This would let you have a virtual companion when and if you want one. One may have to study alone, as I did in the beginning. There are other Steps students blogging their experience and you might find a person more like you as a companion, or use a number of such Steps journeys. There are options as well through the Free School of the New Message.

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