I am Therefore I am: April 2008

Describing the path of our Love with God, a path of remembering our Oneness with Him.

Friday, April 25, 2008

Giving form to the Formless

When we believe that we are separate from God, everything we see validates that separation. We see differences and believe them to be real when they are only an appearance. Our fear and guilt from believing that we are separate is projected out, and we judge others, because we are judging ourselves. In them we see our sins. We do not judge animals, or trees, or artwork. We judge other bodies, because we see their body and our body as the repository of sin. That is why Jesus was crucified. They had to destroy his body, and in doing so they were destroying their sins. A body is neither good nor bad. It just is. But when we see separation, we use the body as proof of that separation. It appears to be a barrier, and it appears to be clearly distinct in that it has a stopping point. When we see ourselves as a body, we can't feel the Presence of God, because separation is not of God and does not exist. When we know ourselves to be One, we are a clear vessel through which God can work. In this dream we have a spiritual body which gives form to the Formless. Just like a wave is both individual and one with the ocean, in this experience we are distinct yet One. We provide a form for the Formless, but at the same time we are completely transparent and there is no barrier. It is similar to the concept of air receiving no resistance when moving through a holographic projection.

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