I Am Therefore I Am

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

Saturday, April 04, 2015

Why Do We Believe We Have To Suffer

Continuing the theme from yesterdays post (which is below), why do we believe we have to suffer? Because we believe we are guilty. We believe we have sinned against God, and we are guilty of this "eternal" offense and must suffer for it. Guilt is projected out individually and collectively in the appearance of the world. Anytime we judge, we are feeling guilty and projecting that judgment from ourselves --- unsuccessfully. For a thought cannot leave its source. So we cannot project the guilt away. But similarly, we were created as a Love thought by God, and we cannot be separate from our Source, which is Love. Guilt, sin, fear, judgment, suffering, the need for redemption --- these only exist in a mind which believes it can be separate from God.

Suffering and Redemption post ----There is a collective belief help by most people outside of indigenous societies that we must suffer or be punished to be redeemed by God. The false message of this Easter weekend is that someone or something has to be sacrificed and suffer in order for our "sins" to be removed from us and in order for us to be back in God's good graces. But we can't fall out of Grace. We never left it. We can believe in the concept of sin, but that doesn't alter the Truth that we are One with God and that if we are sin, He must be as well. God has only good and Love for you. You do not have to earn it, because it is your birthright. No parts of the One need to be sacrificed or suffer. This is a pagan concept left over from days of old when Unity and God's unconditional Love were not understood. It is time for us to drop these false beliefs and return in our recognition and remembrance to who we really 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 traveled a long road of recovery from sexual abuse and 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."


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