As we have taught, creation and consciousness are in a symbiotic relationship; neither is the source of the other nor does cause and effect play a part in their relationship.

We understand that humanity is deeply rooted in the belief that the creator, i.e. consciousness, is the source of creation. How possibly could creation not be the result of the creator?

It is best understood by first stating that creation, in human terms, is a process—therein lies the confusion. In consciousness, creation is a state of being, but in either case it is an expression of the creator.  That does not make it a result but rather the awareness of it.

Consciousness must be comprehended to be conscious. That is what creation provides: consciousness’ comprehension of itself and why they are equal. In fact, more than equal, they are one in the same.

To fully accept this concept, you must move beyond the physical norms of creation; for pure thought is pure creation simultaneously expressing as the absolute comprehension and acceptance of itself. It is worth noting that this is the source of love.

We have stated that the universe is God. This must be so; for it is God’s comprehension of itself.

The concept can be translated into the human experience; for it is why your creations are a reflection of your consciousness. You have been taught that your thoughts create and that is true but, perhaps better stated, your creations are you comprehending your consciousness.

It is this truth upon which the concept of a trinitized divinity is derived. God, i.e. consciousness is an inseparable dynamic interaction between consciousness, creation and comprehension as are you.