Reflections for the Final Week of September; We Are Not What We Believe We Are
Please bring the Spirit for discernment.
Your name, situation, and even your behaviors and emotions are all part of an elaborate play that has been worked out before we came here.
That does not mean that you do not have choice here.
But the choice you have is not the one you think you have.
You have the choice between two voices.
That of your inflamed ego and that of your true self.
You are the Divine Son of God.
As is each individual that you see, and cannot see, around you.
You have a Guide in the Holy Spirit.
That still small voice that directs you to your highest good and being.
It is who you truly are.
Your highest self; that which is connected to the Creator’s mind and your mind.
Your inflamed ego that is fearful, and believes in the ability to attack, was manifested as a result of the Son thinking it possible to leave the Father.
Your choice is to choose to see the inflamed ego for what it is; incapable of being who you truly are.
In so doing, you give the Holy Spirit, and yourself, a tiny window from which to function.
As you follow the promptings of the still small voice and gain confidence in it, you will acknowledge its presence in others and all around you.
You will see the signs of love, abundance, and protection and you will desire to share that witness.
Make no mistake you will share it and because we are energetic beings and thought-creators (meaning we create by thought as we were created by thought) others will be influenced by our recognition of this truth.
We will become a light to others in a darkened world.
Darkened by the belief that this life I am living is My Story and not His (Christ’s Confusion) Story.
With this understanding alone you can change the world.
We are the manifestation of Father’s grace which can be fully acknowledged in the atonement. Jesus wants to help us let go of the ego and accept what we are as Christ.
We were given all our power and creative ability by our Father, the Creator.
He delights in our success and “being”.
Grace is “sort of” a permission to “be”.
We gain that from our Father, via existence.
The beautiful reality is that we truly have the ability to deny it, if we choose to.
This is, in fact, what constitutes freedom.
The inflamed ego is evidence that we have chosen to deny its reality.
We want to accept our existence in grace by willing it to be so.
Things you are experiencing give different perspectives on old issues.
It is said that there is nothing new anywhere. And in the world of the inflamed ego this is so.
But do you think that God created creation so that it could be stagnant?
He created creation because he rejoices in diversity and expression and there are no end to the possibilities.
Sometimes we are tempted to think heaven must be boring and that no trauma would be a horrible existence.
I do not choose to believe that.
I choose to believe that what God created us to be in His Perfection is Perfect for who and what we are.
We help carry another’s challenge by seeing their true self as Christ instead of the inflamed ego. This is sharing our true power and what Jesus does for us. Father sees us only as a Whole.
You would not look at your child and say “Oh, there goes a finger and there goes a toe”. No, you see the whole body of the child. This is how God will see us, once we accept and acknowledge our “being”.
At the moment we have not done this.
I do not think we are really even close to doing it.
Jesus. and maybe a few others have accepted this but we fight tooth and nail to maintain a false ego representation of ourselves, instead of seeing ourselves as Christ and one entity.
We need to step into the place where we see it as a viable reality and that it would be possible to live a life that is torture free.