What we call the soul is the metaphysical psychology center, the metaphysical mind and emotion confluence, the karmatic focal point of the personality current of the infinite consciousness river in the temporal form of existence. The soul is what a unique version of God manifests as, apart from its non-dual essence. The soul is a color of the white light that is free of the physical form and the extremely limited body/mind expression. It is the "I" in the "I am." It is what gives us the sense of "I" as we observe as the observer.
Matt 5:3 We are expanding and expanding as we let go of our desire for individuality and division in competition to experience the ultimate reality of infinite consciousness. (LLT) Matt 5:10 We are expanding and happy as we relentlessly pursue the right sightedness of the divine consciousness that is the kingdom of heaven. (LLT)
From that time Jesus began to preach saying, “Change the way you think because the divine reality is right here.” (LLT) Heaven isn’t a place. Heaven is a divine reality. The kingdom of heaven isn’t a reward. It is our true reality. The kingdom of God isn’t a place we go when we die. It is the substance of who we are.
Divine consciousness, which is the essence of all things, emerges as form from formlessness to become all that there is and we experience form as this divine consciousness in the objective world. Too deep? OK, how about God is having a dream and we are the characters in this dream? Still too far out for your brain? Well, it should be. Ultimate reality is "too far out" for our brains. Our logical, conditioned and limited minds can't comprehend the formless. But our true nature as awareness itself can not only perceive itself but know that it is the knowing that precedes the thoughts of knowing. Still too much? OK, how about a fun pointer to what you already "know" to be true?
The ego is our resistance to reality. In the subject-object oriented mind, there is a natural conflict when we perceive ourselves as separate or the subject that is sensing, perceiving and thinking in terms of objects. We believe our thoughts are our identity. We believe our sensations and perceptions are our self. But in reality, … Continue reading Disolving resistance