A Deep Spiritual Exploration of Love and Fear
We are all three-part beings made up of mind, body and spirit
or soul. We all create our lives through the three step process of thought, word
There is a division of labor involved in the life process that goes something
like this. The soul conceives, the mind creates, and the body experiences. Put
another way, the soul has the thought, the mind speaks the word, and the body
does the deed. Each part of the mind, body, spirit triad has a function in the
thought, word, and deed triad. Isn't this a cool collaboration?
What we call the soul, or spirit, is the big collector storage unit of all the
feelings and experiences that you create. Think of it. Everything you have ever
created makes up your soul. It makes sense because that was its purpose when it
was created. To experience all that God knows conceptually. Are you beginning to
see the beautiful symmetry here?
As you go through life, you become aware of some of these feelings and
experiences by tapping into your memory. From this you can connect the dots and
see which of these remembered feelings and experiences have served to define who
you are and which have defined who you are not.
As you become more aware and conscious of what has served you, you begin to
remember yourself. The voluntary amnesia that you agreed to when you entered the
physical universe begins to wear off and you recall (call forth) who you really
are as your memory comes more and more into focus.
You are then able to say that you have re-membered who you really are and you
become a member once again of God. You remember that you are one with God. You
are the same stuff as God. You are God, Goding.
That is the simple explanation.
Here is why it becomes complex:
It all begins as we enter the physical world and make our agreement with God to
forget who we really are. It is at this point when we enter this world that we
are at the mercy of our environment as to what beliefs we will be taught, and
what base thoughts will be formed, which we will use as reference points in
making choices throughout our lives.
Who we really are is a spirit child of God. We are one with God and in a
beautiful collaboration with God. A beautiful “communion” with God, if you will.
But in order for us to experience ourselves as one with God, we must also know
and experience ourselves as separate from God.
By forgetting who we really are, upon entering this world, we are able to
experience this separation. This separation from God could be experienced and
nullified if the world we enter had a base belief system that says that we are
in different bodies on this earth, but we are all one in spirit.
Or this separation from God could be experienced and reinforced if the world we
enter had a base belief system that says that we are in different bodies on this
earth because we are separate from each other and separate from any source that
put us here.
Most, but not all, of the humans that inhabit this planet today were born into
the base belief system of separation and fear. It hasn't always been this way.
There was a time on this planet when most of the humans were born into the base
belief system of unity and oneness. It was a time when the world was dominated
by matriarchal societies. As with all things in the universe these are systems
that are temporary and temporal. Everything is subject to change.
Society evolved through a change that allowed dominance to be patriarchal, and
the base belief system evolved from unity and love to separation and fear. (I
offer this information as an observation of history and not as a judgment).
If you are reading this material and were born into one of the industrialized
nations of the world you were probably raised with the base belief of separation
and fear. And because you have been constantly reinforced with the dictates and
premises of this separation mentality for your whole life, you have been in
denial of who you really are.
This combination of voluntarily forgetting who you really are, and being
immersed in a belief system that reinforces the concept of being who you are
not, has caused many of us to believe that we are separate. We are conditioned
to be unconscious of the fact that we can choose something different.
So we sleepwalk (are unconscious) through life with base thoughts that tell us
we are separate from each other and separate from our source. Instead of
becoming aware that being separate is an experience of who we are not, in order
to know who we are, we have bought into the idea that being separate is who we
The observation here is that we need to wake up and change our base thought. We
need to change our base thought individually and then we can change it
collectively. We need to change our base thought from one of separation from
each other, and separation from our source, to a base thought of oneness with
all and being one with our source.
This doesn't mean that we are all going to be clones with no individual
identity, far from it. It is going to mean true freedom to pursue our identity
and magnify it without limit or conditions. Picture that in your mind.
What if you were able to pursue and be whoever you chose to be, and were allowed
to be that without limits, conditions or man-made consequences? Would your life
be any different than it is right now? You bet your bippy. Are there any dreams
that you have given up on that might re-surface in your mind if you knew that
you could pursue them without conditions put upon you?
The world, as we know it, would be entirely different if we changed our base
thought from one that says we are a separate entity unto ourselves to one that
says we are one with all.
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