But who am I? - I am a child of God, like anyone else who identifies with the greatest love within them. God is holy; and human beings are not. Human beings are not whole, and they are not the highest Unity, transcendent supernal Oneness, no that is God. A human being is a divided… Continue reading Who do you say that I am?
-The Kingdom of God is the cosmic version of that thing you didn't realize you already had, hidden in your glove box or something the whole time. -The Kingdom of God is the cosmic version of that thing you'd been wishing you had, and you didn't realize until later that there was one right there,… Continue reading The Kingdom of God is the cosmic version of that thing you didn’t realize you already had
The kingdom of God is a life-task, a spurring into true purpose. And yet a person can certainly have a purpose in life, or a purpose from week to week, even day by day, a good purpose, without having first committed themselves to the kingdom of God. But where do these purposes lead? To accomplishment… Continue reading Identifying true purpose
Why did the Christ say you ought to give up your possessions and money in order to find the kingdom of God? How can you let go of your ego and receive divine love -- brightening up the soul like the light of a diamond sparkling in the sun -- if you can't even let… Continue reading Anti-materialisms exegesis
The samadhi state is suspended in a balance of the breath, the body a crux-vertex where ground and sky meet. What is mind? What is the atmosphere of this planet?
Look at how God is presented in the Old Testament: God is spatially present. A tabernacle is built for God to make Godself's visitations. An ark is crafted to direct Godself's presence toward a single point, a small area between wings of seraphim. When structures are created in which a spatial presence of God can… Continue reading Reflecting on presence in two testaments and a dharma
The problem with following your desires is. . .where does it end? Where does it all end? If not your desires, what to be led by? Is there some kind of higher demand? Is it possible that the absolute has a claim to your soul? If you did not desire, you could not desire Spirit.
I would rather build scaffolding for the kingdom of God than be the architect of the greatest city in the history of the world.