Moving Into Our Father’s House
(Part 8: Exploring the Mysteries of our Reality)
Passing through the open doors, we move into our Father’s house.
As we enter into a soul connection (open doors) with the divine human soul, Jesus Christ, we enter our Father’s house. God’s spirit moves into and consumes our soul, thus making it his expression. In this union, our individuality is fulfilled and heightened. Each one of us is created to manifest a unique set of potentials so that when we assemble into a harmonious unit as one, we reflect our Creator from whom we came.
Thus, our soul journey into a divine human soul isn’t just about us. Much more importantly, it’s about God intimately integrating himself as a part of this creation in divine love.
God, as Creator, is always beyond his creations. Because his expression is love, our soul journey entails intimately bringing a part of his essence into creation, so an exchange of love can exist between him and us. In this way, his nature of divinity and love can be known, experienced, and expressed. God constructed our soul in all its attributes to be a creation that could partake in his infinite spirit, governance, and likeness. In this fusion of his spirit into our own, his likeness in this creation blooms from a oneness with our soul.
Creative Dynamic of Love
God is love. There are two intertwined aspects within his essence enabling a exchange of love that creates his divine love attribute. The soul-mate relationship between a feminine and a masculine soul and their corresponding spirits provides a glimpse into this dynamic of divine love. Thus, as revealed in the First Parents from which we all flow and are a part of, it’s in this likeness that he manifests himself in this particular creation, creating a trifold union.
In the symbolic formation of female and male as one he expresses: everything he is and isn’t, complementary components that create ever expanding harmonic growth, the creative dynamic of love, and multifaceted expressions of depth and richness of his nature and character. This relationship reveals his reflection, thus it can possess a part of him. Further, each soul, who is a child that is part male and female, possesses the potential of a unique soul connection with him that reveals his love to us, individually, and to others through us.
Expressions of Limitless Divine Potentials
The essence and shape of our eternal spiritual form that expresses uniqueness and individuality give expression to God, who is an entity of limitless divine potentials, which become manifested in his creations. Together as feminine and masculine along with the infinite number of expressions through our individuality, we glimpse into the magnitude of our Creator’s reflection. Through all of us functioning as one, he manifests himself in this creation as he desires to reveal himself to us, which above all is an entity of divine love.
Preparing for Oneness
However, God is holy and infinite. Thus, his likeness isn’t found in perfect finiteness (the pre-sleep state of the First Parents; the limited perfect self), or not in imperfect finiteness (the sleep state that the First Parents and we all experience; the false-fabricated self), but in the perfection beyond perfection infiniteness (the immortal state of the divine self). The previous two states were necessary to create the final state that bears his reflection.
To be one with God we must be holy as he is holy, and infinite as he is infinite. But we can’t be either without him. To be holy and infinite is to be divine in all our soul elements.
- Divine Judgment: Our evaluative capacity to manifest perfect cause.
- Divine Time: Our perceptual location in the eternal present.
- Divine Emotions: Our affective expressions of the sensational nuances of love.
- Divine Desire: Our creative intention or response of perfection beyond perfection.
- Divine Words: Our cognitive expressions creating living love.
- Divine Perception: Our level of awareness derived from the Internal Light.
- Divine Will: Our internal combustion to manifest immortal harmony.
Of the seven elements of our soul, desire is the one that is formed beyond our self. Desire is what proceeds creation. Because it’s beyond us and before us, it’s the one element that can be purified and refashioned while we are in our fabricated soul state. And because desire is the progenitor of creation, when this desire becomes divine our oneness with our Father starts to form, as he fills and governs each soul element.
To create a oneness with us, he created our soul that could hold his spirit. Thus to this particular creation, when he unites with this creation, he is Soul. But God is also far beyond this soul creation and by no means limited to it. In the final reflection, he enters creation and acquires the names Father and Son, as the root and the offspring. In this intimacy within our soul, he becomes our perfect Father, a root, for we take on his likeness and his consciousness governs ours from our point of origin. But also in this union, he becomes a Son, an offspring, for his soul is born into this creation out of a oneness with ours. Another significant lesson revealed and taught by Jesus Christ.
In the divine human soul, God infuses his divinity into our seven soul elements. His nature becomes expressed through our individual soul. In this metamorphosis that begins with divine desire, God makes his way into his beloved creation. For it’s in the soul, our constructs of unseen truths, that love is known, and it’s through the soul that the spirit of love is expressed. With a union so pervasive and deep, he governs all as he is the smallest point and yet expands into all of creation. He fills all that we are, and all of creation.
In my Father’s house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you. And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also. John 14:2-3