Fourth Dimension of Spirit by Margaret Laird
Paperback; spiral bound, 95 pages.
In response to requests from her students, this book was developed from an address Mrs. Laird presented in 1943. She worked with the Mother of a soldier in World War II who was missing in action though they had found no evidence and had no trace of him. The Mother had a very strong feeling that her son was not dead and asked Mrs. Laird for help. The subjects of location, space and time are explored from the stance of the discernment of spiritual ideas. The text expands definitions of the synonyms for the God-idea and the many faceted characteristics that also reflectively constitute man.
After two years, the Mother received a message from her son stating that German surgeons had saved his life and that, since the war was over, he would soon be returning home. Details of his experience are disclosed in Mrs. Laird’s 1965 New York Seminar and again in her 1973 Toronto Seminar.