We see with our mind. If we are asleep, we see a dream. If we are awake, we see the Truth.
As a sleeping embryonic soul, our physical eyes are part of the image of our dream self, as is all our body. Therefore, our physical eyes don’t see truth, they see the dream our mind projects. Our physical eyes are simply the projectors of our mind’s thoughts. As a sleeping soul they see a dream, just like the image of our self in a night dream sees the dream and not us sleeping in a bed.
As we awaken from the dream, we recognize that all we’ve seen and thought was true, was only an illusion. True vision comes from within, where our mind’s eye is able to see the Truth beyond the illusionary reality. It’s here we perceive the Light by learning from the Spirit of Truth. As our mind awakens to the Light of Truth, how we perceive through our physical eyes changes. This change in vision brings about our metamorphosis from a sleeping embryonic soul to an awakened soul, a fount of living waters, a gate for the divine thoughts of God.
In this metamorphosis of mind, we begin to see the dream as unreal. As our mind’s eye fully opens to the Light, we begin to see reflections of peace as our physical eyes begin to project peace. We transition from darkness where what we see within and without is void of Truth, to the Light where what we see within and without is one with Truth.
Our individualized will determines what our mind’s eye sees.
The turning of our will from serving and manifesting the darkness of the dream (fearful thoughts) to serving and revealing the Light (divine thoughts) is central to the metamorphosis of our mind.
Our individualized will is the center of our thinking mind. It’s the decision maker our mind follows. It judges what is good and bad, right and wrong, true and false. According to its judgments, our mind projects and manifests the reality we see. It’s the realm of choice, and we chose what we see.
Our mind can be governed by fear or divine love, it’s the choice afforded by our free will. When it’s governed by fear, we walk in darkness unaware of truth. When it’s governed by divine love, we rest in emergence and experience the reflections of Truth.
As part of our development as an embryonic soul, we experience a dream of darkness that our will may know and freely chose divine love. As we return to the Light, we are simply becoming aware of who we are as one made in the likeness of God. We learn from the gentle voice of the Spirit of Truth that divine love resides in the present moment. As we rest in emergence, we can abide in the present moment and experience the peace it inherently possesses.
In emergence, we make a free will choice to become an observer to see all situations as divinely orchestrated. We no longer judge the present moment but greet each moment without complaining, welcoming instead the entrance of peace.
Emergence is a supra-conscious act of the divine Mind because it orchestrates our present moment for the highest good of all. This level of orchestration far exceeds anything an individualized mind could create. When the mind is full of the Light of Truth, it sees every present moment in the peace the Truth projects. The will no longer seeks to create a specific form based reality, instead it rests in the knowledge that the supra-conscious will create a reality of ever-present peace.
Initially, it’s a challenge to rest in emergence as we push through fear. Fear tempts us to judge our present in a negative light and seek to physically change it. But the Spirit constantly reminds us that our reality changes from within, not without. As we direct our will to no longer serve fear, our present moment is revealed for what it always has been; an intimate reflection of our Creator’s divine love. This perfection of orchestrated thought that creates harmony and peace for all only occurs when we rest in divine emergence, where we are a gate to divine thought. In this, we pass through the narrow gate of metamorphosis and return to the Light.
We followed your River of Life until we returned to the Light. This is the Righteous Reign.
For this corruptible must put on incorruption, and this mortal must put on immortality. ~ 1 Corinthians 15:53