Birth of Oneness
In a magnificent array of unique splendor, I am You, You are Me, and We are He when we are true to our Divine Self.
Our true divine selves are all connected by one Spirit; so that the “I” in all of us is one with each other and one with the Spirit of God, thus our true-self is the Divine Self. Our beliefs coming into alignment with this truth is the birth of Oneness among us.
This one unifying Spirit is the Christ Spirit, which is the expressed Spirit of God within the human soul. It is only the belief in our false-selves (a belief of self based on a separation from each other and from God) that creates a reality of separation and all the attributes it manifests. As we let go of our false-selves (a conglomeration of lies and illusions) by the active renewing of our minds in truth so that all that remains is our Divine Self, we find a harmonious connection to all in Creation.
We are each creators of “our world” by the current state of our consciousness. As we are so is the experience of “our world.” The attributes we live within we experience without. I’ve come to see this very plainly in my life. Though the mirror reflection can be hard to see because of my erroneous beliefs, it is by seeing that I learn what is of truth and what isn’t so that I have a choice to let go of one and embrace the another. This awakening process is the journey of a life-seeking soul.
As we embrace the divine attributes of the Divine Self through prayer, meditation, living faith, divine trust and belief then they methodically become our expressed reality. This is a very long process in my experience and estimation, but for those whose first desire is to seek the divine righteousness and the Kingdom of God it is the path of life. Beliefs are not easily changed, it is what makes them beliefs. But through a constant absorption of the counsels and instructions of the Spirit of Truth that flows through our Divine Self within, these beliefs slowly change to align to the Truth; and in time manifest abundant life.
(We’ve all heard these counsels and instructions all our lives, it is only coming to recognize the Source, thus their Voice, as well as the distinction between our false-self and Divine Self that enables us to tune into them.)
As we embrace the divine attributes through cultivating a disciplined mind to the mind of Christ (again our Divine Self mind), we find these attributes always existed within our true-self. So, it is a process of awakening or growing in awareness of our true state that has been hidden in the shadows of our false-self. During the process of renewing our minds, we relentlessly put off or reject any thoughts contrary to the expression of these divine attributes until our mind is in service to the Christ Spirit within (the life force of our Divine Self).
Because our sovereign God governs our Divine Self which is one with him (as it is his expressed nature through our individualized souls), if both you and I are living within the consciousness of this true-self, then we find harmony. If we are believing and thus acting in the conditions and traits of our false-self then we experience disharmony in a myriad of ways.
All is in a constant flow of energy determined by our state of consciousness. As our consciousness changes so does the flow of energy thus the formation of our reality or “our world.” And because energy is in a constant flow, small changes in our consciousness affect our reality. Nothing is permanent or fixed. All is fluid and changeable, which is good news for us.
As creators of our reality, we are under the absolute sovereignty of our Creator; thus regardless of our current state (false or true), all is under his sovereign determination, also comforting news. Everything is being used for our highest good and as we spend time upon this path, we come to see this in the smallest of details. As our lives come into alignment to our Divine Self, then we create a reality of abundant life, love, peace and joy. It is unawareness and rebellion to this Spirit that creates anything else.
The trials in our lives that create the suffering of our souls exist to humble us so that we desire to acquiesce all we are to the Christ Spirit, the “I” within us, who is constantly desiring to guide us along the paths of life. It is through these trying and humbling experiences that we learn that by singularly abiding within the consciousness of our Divine Self that we experience abundant life, truth and all we truly desire.
Our Creator’s home within this Creation is within our Divine Self; for it is his expressed Spirit in a magnificent array of individualities. Thus, it is through an inner soulful exploration that we “find” him; and an outward expression of divine attributes (especially divine love) that we experience him. Let us be persistent to seek to be true to our Divine Self and to the Divine Self in others and in doing so find harmony, life, love and joy within and without.