Monthly Archives: August 2010

A Simple Degree of Separation

Consciousness, like a compass, guides the traveler towards their destination. In the physical plane of existence, one is familiar with distance, time, direction in moving towards a predetermined goal. In the fourth dimensional realms, there are also parameters of orientation that assist the spiritual traveler towards the predetermined goals of Consciousness they wish to obtain.

In the physical plane, one has come through experience, trial and error to learn to maneuver towards their destination and around obstacles that might be in their way. In the spiritual realms, the traveler must also learn the points of orientation that guides them towards their goal.

What is a degree in consciousness? Is it simply an intriguing phrase or does it truly have substantial meaning to assist individuals on their journey to enlightenment? Is the human mind simply out-of-focus and therefore misses the opportunities to observe spiritual guidance? Or is it more complex than that?

To understand the degree in Consciousness, one must be clear in what Consciousness means. Consciousness is the intelligent orientation of one’s existence. Think about that for a moment. Why is a being sentient? Why do we refer to the creator or the source as Consciousness and you as Consciousness incarnate? Sentient […]

August 25th, 2010|Consciousness, Physicality|

The One Perfect Thought

Even the very expression of this concept excites the universe. The one perfect thought contains within its very expression the truth of all existence. Thought, a powerful vehicle of Consciousness, is a defining of energy and the impetus for universes. A single thought projected with the pristine awareness of the infinite creative aspects of Consciousness always manifests.

The perfect thought has been called many things but by whatever name, it is the name of God. Yet not a God out there living in a higher hierarchical society, alienated from its creation.
The name of God is your name: I AM is the perfect thought for within that concept lies the seed of all creation, all things are made manifest by that realization. I AM encompasses all that exists.
It is music to the soul and the song of the universe. When one acknowledges oneself, when they declare their existence, they merge with all creation and become one with it. I AM is your declaration. I AM is your potential and your possibility for perfection and paradise. That you can comprehend that you exist is a declaration that you share the Consciousness of God. Divinity is as close to you as that thought […]

August 13th, 2010|Awakening, Metaphysical|

Enlightenment is Never a Weapon

You must learn to look with the eyes and hear with the ears of spirit in all that you experience.

When you take enlightenment and turn it into a weapon, it leaves the cinders of Consciousness behind in its wake.

Remember, do not create light in a village by setting it a blaze.

When one is not in acknowledgment, surrender and dominion, one’s life loses focus upon their goals.

The truth will be made known that the salvation of humanity has never rested in the fickle consciousness of any one individual or grouping of individuals.

See each failure or success as a stepping stone toward your ultimate goal.

Find the joy, enthusiasm in your lives. Why would you do something that does not give you joy.

Consciousness is the Universe. If you want to know what Consciousness looks like, simply look around you.

Understand that the body travels with the spirit rather than the spirit with the body.

When one identifies spirit and realizes the body is as a servant to it, one can walk on water, or pass through walls.

Everybody really is you, you know. Creation is a game of solitaire played on an infinite board of possibilities. Your only player is yourself.

August 6th, 2010|Enlightenment, Spirituality|

Peace and Serenity

At first glance, peace and serenity would seem to be synonymous and interchangeable. Indeed, it would be perceived that if you were peaceful that you would be serene; or if you were serene that you would be peaceful. We are not seeking to play a word game; yet it is worth noting and defining more clearly the inter-relationship and function of the concepts of peace and serenity.
Can you be peaceful and not serene? Or serene and not peaceful?
Is it possible that you could be living in a peaceful place and not be serene? Is it possible for you to be serene though not existing in a peaceful place. The answer to both questions is yes. The distinction is actually quite simple.

Peacefulness is an external expression of your environment. Serenity is the internal nature of your being. Even in the midst of chaos, you can be internally serene. And you can live in a peaceful environment and not experience that serenity.
Peacefulness and serenity are co-partners in the creation of well-being. Each half of the archway that creates the doorway into paradise.
Seek within the serenity in all situations and circumstances in your life. And from that, peacefulness will reign in your environment. And where there is peace but no serenity, seek within […]

August 5th, 2010|Spirituality|

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