Wednesday, November 02, 2016

The True Purpose

The purpose of everything in this world --- our experiences, objects, people, nature, etc --- is not what the vast majority use these things for. The vast majority uses them to support a false identity of themselves, an ego identity that is not based on a divine nature. So the ego looks at something or someone and asks what it can get to support its identity --- what can this educational degree or job do for me, what adulation or false power or what affirmation of victimhood can I get from this relationship, etc. With the ego it is always about what it can get, because it needs to constantly reaffirm a false self.

With our true self it is about what can be given to the whole, for Love gives, without conditions. The purpose of everything in this world then becomes one of forgiveness, for the world is badly in need of that as the collective ego appearance of the world is one of projected guilt and blame. When we see that the true purpose of this experience is one of forgiveness, which allows us to return to a recognition of our divinity and Oneness with God, to return to Love, then we no longer participate in the collective projection of guilt, and everything and everyone becomes a blessing to help us remember who we are.

Lawrence Doochin
These posts are similar to the over 2100 contained on The Divine Speaks website (www.thedivinespeaks.com) where God gives YOU the one that you need to hear at that time. Lawrence is the author of three books on emotional and spiritual healing, including "Thirteen Steps To Move From Victim Consciousness To God Consciousness: Healing Traumatic Experiences Including Sexual, Physical, Emotional, And Mental Abuse." He is available for fee based spiritual and life counseling. Please contact him at lawrence@lawrencedoochin.com

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