The Truth Shall Set Us Free!

In the spirit of truth and in the spirit of the resurrection of the light on this Easter Morning April 5, 2015 I call forth grace and love to flood the hearts and minds of mankind.  I have faith and trust in the ability of humans to have compassion for themselves and each other.

Are you willing to hear the truth?

Each person must look deep into their heart and mind to see the truth.  Having been raised a Christian and taught the stories in the bible and also personally having witnessed the love of Jesus and experienced my own source for love.   I have no problem saying, “Christians and all mankind have been bamboozled”.

Nothing is as it seems. The bible stories are half truths. Let your heart be your guide.

To this I would ask ‘Why would an unconditionally loving father create a beautiful garden and say, “I have created this beautiful garden for you my children, my children that I love with all my heart and soul.  If you love me as I love you then you must not take part in enjoying this garden”. “I love you unconditionally but you must not do or have this one thing or you will suffer eternal damnation, you must not eat or gain knowledge from eating from the tree of knowledge”.  We are told seek first the kingdom of heaven yet we feel we are not capable of the understanding or using the knowledge gained from our seeking.  People that think they have knowledge hold back from sharing what they know.  Why is that? Would a truly benevolent and unconditionally loving father forbid his children to experience joy or keep them from having knowledge? Does this even sound remotely reasonable?

The only true sin is judgment.  In this judgment humanity has separated themselves from their spiritual nature.  Humans are believing things about their nature that are not true as a result of past programming.

These questions are begging to be answered under the beliefs of today’s world of psychiatry and mental illness;

1) If psychiatry and psychotropic drugs existed 2000 years ago would the 10 commandments exist?

2) Psychiatry indicates that the hearing of voices is a mental illness than would the bible exist as it was authored by men professing to have heard the word of God?

3) If God exists as a supreme being where does he reside? Answer, “In Heaven”.

4) If God is the creator of heaven and earth where did he exist prior to existing in Heaven if he created it?

For those that are religious and have a logical mind I would ask you to consider the following: If God is indeed a Supreme Being then what you are seeing as God as the Supreme Being would make it impossible for him to also be the creator.  The truth humans have made God in their own image.  Humans can worship the creator, worship an idea of God, and then have no respect or reverence for that which has been created.  Man’s respect and reverence for God comes from the thoughts he/she thinks, the words spoken and the actions taken during life.

We must all have the intellectual and emotional maturity to see the truth if we indeed truly love Jesus and wish to awaken in his teachings.  .

Spiritual Maturity is synonymous with emotional and mental maturity.   Spiritual maturity is the ability to put down all that you have been conditioned to believe about self, others, and life in order to see the truth.  What will it take for humans to open their hearts and mind to see the truth and change their behavior?

Jesus said, “what I can do you can do also”.

To allow for the light of Christ to shine onto our world we must open our heart and mind to see and hear the truth.  We must be willing to put aside our judgment, lay-down our shame, blame and guilt and be willing to open our heart and mind to receive the grace and the light of our Divinity.

The anti-Christ is not one man.   It is the state of being that is not of grace and love.

The anti-Christ is any human with the mentality that creates Intolerance, anger, fear, resentment, jealousy anything that is not of Divine Love.

The anti-Christ is working through humans that are willing to cause suffering, suffering of self and others.  We have all done it, we have all allowed ourselves to suffer from not being good enough or worthy of life, worthy of love.  It is ingrained into the psyche of humans that the very act of being conceived is a sin.  A child is made to believe that they are born of sin, and it is sinful to desire another and to enjoy a sexual union with your partner.

If life is about learning why is consciousness ingrained with the notion that is it sinful to have the desire for knowledge?  The stories you have been told and  that you tell have confused the mind and creates conflict.  Can you see that you are born to not feel worthy of a life of joy, and enjoyment, as a result of your conditioning?  As a result of our imbalanced state we have allowed for the creation of industry and technology that is destructive to life. Consciousness, the psyche of humanity, has been ingrained that ‘God is love’ and that ‘God is a supreme being that is out to reach of a mere mortal man’. These thoughts have made the love of God unattainable for humans.   Do you believe that you are capable of the love from which all things are created?

Jesus did not die for the sins of man he was killed as a result of the sins of man. Jesus was tortured until his body could no longer sustain life, his crucifixion was carried out on the orders of church and state as his followers looked on.    We know that death is an illusion yet we suffer for it.  We have created an environment that allows for the deterioration of our physical body until it can no longer sustain life.  Even in the knowing that we are not just physical form we are afraid of the death of the body and the letting go of physical form.  You are not just your physical body you are that which brings forth the physical form.

What will it take for people to see that Jesus so loved the world he gave over his life standing up for his conviction.

No benevolent and unconditionally loving father would send his child to be brutally tortured and killed.  Any loving father would go in the place of his son.

It is only in our ability to see and hear the truth and move into spiritual maturity that we will have a world that is not in chaos.  Politicians, government agencies, and government employees that do not support the emotional, psychological, and physical wellbeing of the governed are not in support of a healthy and loving society.  It is when the leaders of nations are benevolent and loving that our world will know peace.

Intolerance breeds violence.  When we separate ourselves from our spiritual nature we create disharmony.  In some African tribe, when someone does something wrong, they take the person to the center of the village where the tribe surrounds him and for 2 days say all the good he has done.  The tribe believes each person is good but sometimes people make mistakes, which are really a cry for help.  They do this ritual to reconnect him with his good nature.

Just say no to violence!  “When you call yourself an Indian or a Muslim or a Christian or a European, or anything else, you are being violent. Do you see why it is violent? Because you are separating yourself from the rest of mankind.  When you separate yourself by belief, by nationality, by tradition, it breeds violence. SO a man who is seeking to understand violence does not belong to any country, to any religion, to any political party or partial system: he is concerned with the total understanding of mankind”

  1. Krishnamurti

When you see the streets lined with protesters, and petitions being circulated, you know that politics is corrupt and those individuals governing are motivated by self-interests, and or a political agenda that is not in the best interest of a healthy economy, healthy society and a healthy nation.

We need politicians that have an open mind, use foresight, and insight when making decisions that affect the welfare of each citizen and the land.  What will it take so that ethics and morality enter into the financial and the political issues of each nation?

At the end of the day things we can each ask of ourselves, “If Jesus knocked at my door would I recognise his light and invite him in?” “What have I done today to show my appreciation for the life I have been given?” “What have I done today to improve my life and the life of all others?”

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