I am Therefore I am: February 2012

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

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Misconception About Jesus

The great misconception about Jesus is that he only loved some of the time and he spoke harshly in anger at other times. Because of his recognition that he was One with our Father, Jesus became the Christ. He became Love, as our Father is Love, and we all look to his example as we come back to a full recognition that we are also Love and One with the Father. As Love, everything Jesus did was within Love, and we must recognize that Love does not necessarily look a certain way. Love can mean that we may say something to someone, and it may mean that we withhold words another time. When we speak from Love, it may come with emphasis, but it is not an in your face "you need to do this" or "I told you so." It is not spoken from the ego voice that says "I know what is right for you and you don't know." It is also not spoken from a place of anger. Anger could be used as the vehicle through which the words are spoken, as Jesus did with the moneychangers in the temple, but you don't have to be angry to say something that might "appear" as anger. In everything Jesus did, he spoke as the Father. There were no mistakes, there was no ego voice, in the words as well as the tone. This is why we should always be very careful and listen to God's guidance before we say something. The world appears as the mess it does because it is a reflection of the ego voice and thought instead of His voice and thought.

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Spiritual Gift

When you give a gift, especially a spiritual gift, it is only beneficial to the extent that you let go of the outcome. For instance, if you feel led by God to give advice to someone, let go of whether that advice is accepted. Once you have said what God has led you to say, your part is done. Also, you are not in a position to judge whether that advice has been accepted. Only God has the full picture to know when and to what extent your words were accepted.

Thursday, February 09, 2012

The Human Experience

We are divine, but we live in a human experience. You cannot cut off or rationalize separation from the human experience to reach the divine one. We must embrace all of the experience so that we can know wholeness. That includes ups and downs and the full range of emotions, including anger and sadness. Only through embracing and feeling these "negative" emotions can we eventually rise above them to where we know only the peace and joy of God.


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