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Mistaken Identity:

The End of Separation

 

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Before I begin, I want to clarify a particular truth because the truths that this post references are very powerful when received into our soul. When we converse with our heavenly Father in a true communion, we encounter him soul to soul, for he is soul and without physical form. In this kind of communion, his soul impresses spiritual truths and his divine love directly onto our soul bypassing our personality housed in this flesh and all its limitations. Thus, we are able to receive deep understandings that surpass a limited human mind and language. Then later we attempt to put words to what we know. Thus, to truly grasp these truths, we must each connect to the Source of us, our Father, and receive them soul-to-soul. If you learn in this way, you know exactly what I mean. Further, you will understand I’m only touching the surface of many more beautiful truths that take our understanding much deeper.

As our soul perceptions awaken to the divine love of our heavenly Father, we accept that his love has always been with us. A separation between him and us never existed, only a perceived separation caused by the process of the formation of our individuality, which was needed for us to be able to receive and give love. As we reflect upon our memories and see them within the framework of his love, we realize he was always there hidden beneath our misunderstandings of who he is and who we are in relation to him.

The action or cause that created our soul into an individual soul expression, making you you and me me, originated with our Father. Thus, he is the first cause of our existence that led to a vast chain of cause and effects bringing us up to this present moment. But as it’s a chain and he the originator, his ultimate effect will be fulfilled, which is our being in a bond of immortal love with him and all of his creation. He is the beginning and the end of us and will fill all in all. His plans never fail, for he is the Creator.

Prior to our existence in this physical form, our soul was without individuality inhabited in the soul of God. He is the Creator of all, thus all originates and comes from him. This is why a longing for a connection to our Creator is so strong among humankind, and we all try in a myriad of ways and expressions to have that connection with him, which is truly beautiful when you think about it and in itself an expression of our individuality.

As we expand in divine love, we realize our connection with our Father was never severed or lost. In the formation of our individuality, thus a uniqueness of our own, we mistook our individuality as separation from Him. In this erroneousness belief, we acted as if we were separate, though it was always and only a perceived separation and not a true reality, but a reality of our crafting. Further, the erroneous teachings throughout history about who we are and who our Father is have kept us blinded to his true nature and thus his deep eternal love for us; a love that not even death can separate us from. True death is the belief in a separation from the love of our Father, yet that belief is only an illusion, for his love never fails. This is why death can be overcome and defeated; it’s not real.

Divine love never forsakes, never fails. It’s constant and immutable. It doesn’t wax and wane. It simply is. We took what we didn’t understand and made it into something it wasn’t – our individuality formation as a separation from our Father. Our forming individuality that occurs in this earth life and beyond is a required component for us to be able to truly love, for love is always voluntary.

Encapsulated in the reality of this physical environment, our souls are able to have a free will, thus individualization, that doesn’t disrupt all of the spiritual realms. It’s here that we grow like an embryo being fashioned in the enclosed watery darkness of the womb. Since love is completely voluntary, we started the beginning of our individualization with a point of “non-existence” in that we have no prior memory of being a part of God. Without individualization, we didn’t have the facilities of memory to contain that truth. This is how we were able to believe in a separation though one didn’t exist. And the belief in separation led to acting in error because of the inherent fear in separation, and so the cycle begins; a cycle that only an acceptance of divine love can deliver us from. Christ Jesus came to break this cycle, for he knows the perfection of divine love.

If humankind understood the purpose and nature of this existence, we would cease to spread our lack of awareness and perpetuate this perceived separation throughout the generations. But this seemingly erratic chain of events is purposefully worked into the design of our Creator. The original cause of us all comes from our heavenly Father, thus his intended effect will manifest, for his love never fails.

Free will gives us the ability to choose. Choice is what creates our uniqueness, thus individuality, thus our ability to know and give love. However, as we developed in our individuality through our free will choices and unique experiences, and believed in this perceived separation, we created all kinds of havoc; lies, fears, unworthiness, ugliness, and so on all manifesting from perceived separation. We weren’t aware of our true Source and the purpose of our physical reality – to shape our individuality through free-will and choice so that we could abide for eternity in a bond of true love. But our Father in his amazing faithfulness and perfection of original causality takes all our mishaps and creates something beautiful from them by a restructuring of our memories.

In a perceived separation and the following creation of temporary error, disharmony and harm that came from our free-will, we judged ourselves unworthy, unlovable and rejected by our heavenly Father. This was our judgment of ourselves in our lack of understanding of his love for us, a love we only realize when we accept that his love is here and always has been for each one of us. And when we extend our soul to that love by finding harmony with the truths of our Father, we realize separation was only an illusion of a developing personality.

It’s our memories fashioned in lies, which we held as true, that bind us to a perceived separation, for in this belief, we create the ramification of this belief (fear, pain, ugliness, rejection, lack of love) that strengths that belief. But as divine love fills our soul it dissolves all these effects, and emanates a light of truth instead of the darkness of separation, and our memories are cleansed. Our Father reshapes our understandings so that the hurts of the past that came from our perceived separation are dissolved. All that lingers is the beauty that came from them; understanding, compassion, humility, harmony with his will, and above all a knowing and abiding in his love, for now we are able to love.

Divine love gives us the knowing that we are and always have been our Father’s beloved child and that everyone is. But in creating the beauty of a sincere and true love, we needed our own individuality, thus, our journey into soul development, which began at our physical birth, and will continue to expand into eternity.

May we all realize we are and always have been adored children of our Father and know our true identity. In this knowing, we enter deeper into his love that is always there for us, and that love makes everything beautiful in its time.

 

 

Author: Rachel

My passion is cultivating a deep relationship with God and helping others to do the same. I LOVE sharing with others insights that God has taught me and hearing what God has taught them... thus my blog, Stirring the Deep. My focus is on a relationship, not a religion. Life is in the relationship. I believe in a balance and unity of body, mind and spirit. I feel it's important to nurture all three for they all affect each other. I try to live in the present, where the Holy Spirit is. And I try to do all with the motive of love. I've come to believe life is a journey and not a destination. It isn't about perfection, is it about growth.

8 thoughts on “Mistaken Identity

  1. The father is not soul. The father is spirit.
    lets worship him in spirit and in truth.

    regards,s.v.w..

    • Can we truly speak of the soul? And if we can, perhaps we learn that both spirit and truth are attributes of soul. And if this is so, then the Holy Spirit would be of God’s soul. Might we also be soul, made in the image of God?

      • We are soul in our temporaries, the soul is that part of us that was imprisoned for awhile only to be regenerated back to the spirit or Father. “The journey of the soul”. Spirit has no journey for it was, is and will be the “I Am”. It is constant and steady, it is the spirit which woos the soul back to Himself. We only lack for awhile I our soul while we are being trained in that which God has destined for us. As the soul is regenerated back to the spirit it does become one again. God does not change, however the soul does.

  2. What A blessing for you and for us! I believe this is the level that God would like to see his children.

    May God Bless You!

    • Hi … yes it is. For a Father to know that his children know his deep love and care for them is priceless to a Father and honoring to his true nature and character.

      • I never had a father growing up, my lifestyle was fill with neglect and abuses, and then i did the things that were done to me, was a bully in school, stole etc. hmm… I believe you began to seek God when you wanted to learn for your self from the Bible ( I don’t want to say words you didn’t say)?

        I began to learn about Jesus Christ when I was crying on my bed, after a year in a community and mindset that thought satanic lies as truth. I was really sinful… If some one should burn it should be me.

        No one ministered to me, the word… While I was crying on my bed, I saw how peaceful the sky was, and I remembered when I was young going to Catholic church the name of Jesus… And instantly I felt at peace. And I knew whom I was to be like because I always wanted to know what it means to be a man… At that point I began to realize Jesus is the example.

        I am reminded of the beatitudes… Blessed are the poor in spirit for their
        is the Kingdom of God, blessed are those that mourn for they shall be comforted.

        I’m just sharing this… I’m more than content just reading what you write in the blog and comment section. 👦

        (The word comment was misspell as commercial, I was tempted to leave it as such, because some times I do see commercials there)

      • The emoticon was of a young man with hat, it didn’t come out so well here.🌅

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