We are either an unconscious or conscious creator.
We are constantly creating the reality around us, but whether we are aware of what we are doing depends upon if we are an unconscious or conscious creator.
An unconscious creator is unaware of what they create, how they create and that they are constantly creating with every thought, emotion, word and action. They believe they are subject to creation instead of its creator. Therefore, they believe they are bound and limited by what they perceive, and what they perceive determines what they believe. Within these limitations, they strive to manipulate their exterior reality to gain peace, yet disharmony dwells within their creative center and so they continue to create suffering which counters the peace they strive to obtain.
An unconscious creator’s imagination is tied to the past so that they are continually envisioning the future based on the past, therefore they create reiterations and extrapolations of the past. This cycle of extending the past forward blinds them to their creative capacity, because they believe the past determines their current reality instead their imaginings based on the past. In this mindset in which reality defines what is true, instead of the Spirit of Truth, they create in isolation from the Truth, and imprison themselves and creation to suffering.
As we awaken, we become a conscious creator.
A conscious creator possesses awareness of the Truth. They knowingly create reality by giving their imagination to Truth, while resting in divine emergence. Emergence is the means in which the perfection of Truth is manifested in expressions of divine harmony, ever-present peace and joy. Through oneness with Truth, they create according to the strength and will of God.
Conscious creators perceive the intimate connection between giving and receiving and that giving is gain. These Truths direct their thoughts, choices and actions. Their imaginative state is limitless, therefore, they shape reality in a way that isn’t tied to the past, but reflects the Truth. They know they are the creators of their reality and not subject to it, which gives them immense freedom. As their awareness of Truth expands, reality transforms from one of suffering to one of peace.
We are the creators and not the created.
As creators, unconscious or conscious, we control the energetic blueprint of creation. Unlike us, the animal kingdom is subject to creation because they are the created versus the creators. If we are aware of Truth as a conscious creator, we manifest a reality that graces creation with ever-present peace, love and joy. If we are unaware of Truth as unconscious creators, then we create an energetic blueprint which manifests a reality of attack, fear and suffering among all of creation. As long as this is what we create, we stay asleep in a dream of suffering, until we mature into our true Self who is able to govern creation in divine love. As conscious creators begin to arise, the Light of Truth they shine into creation will awaken all.
This creative capacity is our god-like will and power, as it is our expressed oneness with God. Along the path of enlightenment as we mature into the expressed Self of God, our will aligns with the will of God becoming one will. From this united will, which is an awareness of Truth, divine harmony, unconditional love, ever-present peace and joy are expressed and create an environment desirable for all.
As we awaken to the Truth of who we are and how we create, we manifest a reality of ever-present peace and creation rejoices.
“Then God said, “Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness; let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, over the birds of the air, and over the cattle, over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth.” ~ Genesis 1:26
“For the earnest expectation of the creation eagerly waits for the revealing of the sons of God.” ~ Romans 8:19
January 29, 2020 at 12:32 pm
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January 29, 2020 at 1:44 pm
Love conscious creator!
I am saving all of your posts to make a book of “Stirring the Deep”
January 29, 2020 at 2:22 pm
John 16 “I have yet many things to say to you, but you cannot bear them now. When the Spirit of Truth comes, he will guide you into all the truth (New Testament Covenant); for he will not speak on his own authority, but whatever he hears he will speak and HE WILL DECLARE to YOU the THINGS that ARE to COME.”/Worship God. For the TESTIMONY of JESUS is the spirit of PROPHECY.” REV.19
-Today, there can be no true prophets from God nor apostles from Jesus, else God would be a liar. For He said, “Him (Jesus) shall you hear.” Denominational religion cannot be of God because its teaching is that only preachers, priest, rabbis, popes, etc. can receive the Holy Spirit, for their word is suppose to be the gospel.
– Jesus explained to Daniel, the truth is what God had recorded in scrolls that is now in one book called, “The scripture, or as Jesus said, “the book of truth”. -“All that the Father has is mine; therefore I said that he will take what is mine and declare it to you.”
– John 16 “They will put you out of the synagogues; indeed, the hour is coming when whoever kills you (true believers) will think he is offering service to God. They will do this because they have not known the Father, nor Me.”
– Things to come! -Daniel and the revelations both speak of the rise and fall of the United States. According to prophecies already fulfilled, the fall cannot be far off.
February 2, 2020 at 12:47 pm
Do we see a mistake, judge it as “bad”, and then accept this “bad” as a part of ourself? To do so is the definition of “sin”, and why in truth sin does not exist.
Sin is a mental judgment of a mistake as “real” or “bad”. For example, when learning to walk, if a child stumbles and falls is that “bad”? It could be judged “bad” from the perspective of one who desires to walk without falling. One might then accept the “bad” as a part of themselves by receiving instead the “truth” the he cannot walk, but only fall. And, if walking took much time to learn, believing oneself is a “stumbler” may become a very strong temptation. When once the judgment is made that “I can not walk”, it will be accepted as true and the idea that “I can walk” becomes untrue. Yet, it is plainly seen to be only a mistaken judgment.
If One who desires to walk makes no contrary judgment, every stumble is recognized as but a part of walking. Every stumble becomes an opportunity to better understand what walking truly is. In this way “forgiveness” can be seen as the recognition that every stumble is a required “step” toward the fulfillment of our innate desire to walk. As long was we retain this desire, we will, inevitably, walk.
But more than walking, we are talking about “seeing”.
We all experience the outer, sense-world as a reflection of our consciousness and the beliefs it holds to be true about itself. Therefore, the way we see ourself is the very same way will see our world. If, for example, we “see” angry people in our experience, it is only because we believe, and have accepted as true, the idea that anger is a part of who we are. And why? It is because we have desired to be kind, yet expressed anger to someone and regretted it. Without realizing what we have done, we have accepted that we can not be kind just a child who stumbles might accept that he can not walk because, despite his best effort, he continually falls.
It is only Christ that reveals who you actually are by the light of his Truth. It is safe to say that before this light you may have believed yourself to be something altogether different. To reject your truth and instead accept a false belief you created about yourself is the definition of sin. It is apparent therefore that sin is only the mistaken belief that a lie is true.
It is also apparent that you must first receive the truth from Christ before you can see yourself as you are. To hold this right image of yourself is to accept the Truth Christ gave you, and to see any contrary expression as but a stumble toward the realization of true sight. It is to realize you made a mistake of judgment which has no bearing on who you are in truth. This is the meaning of forgiving yourself. And since all you see is a reflection of yourself, once you understand forgiveness in truth, all your world is forgiven.
“See” yourself as progressing always toward your perfect expression and you will see your reality reflecting back to you its perfection more and more. See all as attaining to this self-same perfection and sin is removed from your world! This is why salvation comes through your forgiveness – and this by the light of Christ in you.
February 3, 2020 at 10:44 am
To a large degree I agree with your statement. However, looking at WHY would God have such a system of sin and forgiveness, the answer can only be to come to a world of people in perfect harmony through their own choice. That choice would have to have a common denominator and that is to believe & follow what God has put before us. John 17:17 “Sanctify them in the truth: THY WORD IS TRUTH”. Fulfilled prophecies and the Spirit guiding us in seeing things that are to come, is God’s proof that HE is truth. The Spirit guiding us, is to prove no man can have a closer connection to God than any other.
February 3, 2020 at 12:42 pm
Upon reading Thougtware’s comment, it reminded me of something I just recently wrote saying virtually the same thing using different words. It’s neither long..or…short but is important to understand. Sin is not the defining factor in our life, it is but a means to an end, a good end.
In confirming and in agreeing with the point your making, is to contribute the following.
There is a difference in sin and failure. Failure is in giving up because of a false belief in not being able to overcome a sin or sins. A sin may be just the challenge which sends you on to greater accomplishments. Sin was a word used since Old Testament times used to point out an error or how well you are doing in making the mark. Such as in archery. The word used and called out for missing the bulls eye was the word “sin.”
However upon “sinning” and making many mistakes…while trying our best to make a better mark we grow closer to perfecting our aim. So is the sin nature in our life…and greater than sin is the grace which covers all sin making sin of none effect. Grace is the very love of God which permits each of us to shoot for the mark, without worrying about making as many mistakes as is necessary to “finally” overcome our weakness’ in obtaining the gift. There were many battles in obtaining the natural promised land, so it is in the spiritual.
Grace covers all sins until we are complete masters over them, “keeping our bodies under subjection,” however we are not to use the never ending abundance of God’s unconditional love and mercy…”grace”… to keep on doing them. By doing so, thinking we are going to be forgiven any way (which we will) however to fall into the class and reward of the five foolish is something we would not desire.
We don’t just wake up one morning, never taking aim at the Mark, being an accomplished archer if that is our goal. We don’t quit just because we shoot at the mark once and quit out of self condemnation, believing we are failures. It takes being subjected to sin to learn obedience through the things in which we suffer. We suffer because we see our lack in measuring up to our potential, yet through faith, we have hope and a vision in seeing a day in the future where we will hit the mark after many, many numerous trial and errors. Hope persist until faith in our outcome is sure. And our outcome is sure because God’s plan has been revealed to us to understand that all does mean all.
The mark discussed here is the very likeness and character of Christ Jesus. Paul’s sin (thorn in the flesh) in which he asked for it to be removed from him, God let the sin remain to keep Paul humble while God grew him in other areas. When the other areas of Paul’s life was brought under control and subjection through grace in the spirit, it was then the thorn in his flesh was removed. So, this shows sin has its “good” and intended purpose, and it is God who regulates it’s timing, it’s power and it’s release. And it is for this reason we are asked to not judge nor condemn anyone for their sins… but we are asked instead to pray for them, love them and wish for them that they too, become a master archer, making the mark in Christ.
Let us not become a failure in failing to forgive a sin, whether it be rooted in ourselves or we see it in another. We are just as much a child of God as any other so from God’s point of view we should not withhold any love for ourselves as for any other, for if we do we are judging a child of His. Sin is sin, no matter where it abides, and wherever it abides, there it will cease to exist at the rising of the spirit of Christ. There is not a different set of commandments for you or for me.
We are one and the same. God is not two spirts, He is one. The carnal spirit of man is the evil in the world and once it dies the death of death in all, we are then all complete and in harmony with one another. We will find no one to dislike, blame or condemn for anything anymore. This is because we will see that sin (evil) was created only to teach us how to see things more clearly for we would have never known appreciation and gratitude for the gift of life if we were not taught a contrast to what is good.
Distance from love does make the heart grow fonder. All things do work together for the love of God to be established in our being, both good…and evil. Think of your worst enemy and even though the pain and resentment may be in your heart to not want to forgive them, if the best you can do is to only mouth meaningless words, it’s a start. Do it everyday and ask God to forgive your own unforgiving nature and your love for yourself will spill over into the other.
We shouldn’t dam up the flow in letting the river run through us, and find it’s intended source which is to all without exception. When we dam forgiveness off within us, that is it’s resting place. Realizing the true and “good” purpose of evil and sin makes for a quick release and forgiveness of it in our hearts and minds.
When we see “all” of God’s plans and actions are for our only good, we can then love unconditionally because we see there were and are no conditions which will prevent our being consummated into God’s character and likeness. We have our beginning in God of which there is no end. Sins are not the deciding factor in having eternal life, love is, and this love is of God and is God.
Permitting sin, failure and tribulations are tools in the hand of God to bring us all to perfection. It is in the experience of sinning do we learn that it is better to obey than it is to make a sacrifice for the sin. Again, nothing is created for our detriment or failure, for all things do work together to bring us to perfection. This is why God can easily make the statement that our sins are removed from us as far as the east is from the west. This is because they are not part of the eternal picture, they are only passing and dying traits that diminish as we become as He is. Only love is eternal.
February 3, 2020 at 2:12 pm
And yes, to make it even clearer, sin is not who we are, it’s like a sickness or disease to be healed from. God’s likeness is our health and all that is not of Him will be healed. Sin is something that exist within our carnal nature but the sin and the carnal nature are the elements of death which will suffer death. The term “death of death” means the end of all sin and the carnal nature which functions in it. To function and “sin” using our carnal mind will cease when there is an end (death) to this death experience. God is the great physician which will heal all sin by the revealing of Himself “within” us. Sin is not even our nature, sin is a temporary nature living in the dream of time. Paul explained this very well, in teaching that sin was “present” within him but we are not the man of sin, we are the son’s of God. Therefore we identify with the true and everlasting spirit which is eternal which is to remain, we are not of that which perishes.
February 6, 2020 at 11:40 am
“Sin”, is the breaking of the law -GOD’s LAW- not man law. We (people on earth) are not yet sons of God. Therefore, we do not have capability of being like God. However, if we put forth an honest effort in wanting to be of the same nature as God, then we will be sanctified under Jesus’ blood. PROOF: Peter said there must be one appointed to take the place of Judas in the twelve and they cast lots choosing another. -At this time, there should be little doubt that the apostles were sanctified. However, their word did not stand in God’s presents until after they were baptized with the Holy Spirit. PROOF: Jesus chose Paul to be the twelfth apostle.
February 9, 2020 at 5:23 pm
In this womb of this earthly experience, we are in the process of transforming from a created living spirit to a creator as a life-giving spirit – who is in every way one with God.
A dreaming embryo doesn’t not yet know who they are because they don’t yet have self-awareness. They are not fully developed. Therefore we believe we are something and someone we are not. This darkened mind of unawareness came up with the constructs of sin, guilt, condemnation, judgment … these aren’t of Truth and Divine love, which has no opposite in the Real. Only in our imagined reality of our dreaming minds can these constructs exist. Our freedom comes from knowing who we truly are as child of God, made in God’s likeness and not possessing any attributes opposite of His. This realization of who we truly are is part of our spiritual awareness that leads us into being a creator who is totally one with God. It’s an awareness that is a significant stepping stone in our spiritual development as an individualized consciousness that is one with the divine Mind of God.
March 4, 2020 at 6:31 pm
You visited me in my dreams last night. Only from a distance, but I knew God was telling me to come and visit this site. Of course, the past few blogs resonated deeply, but this one pierced my soul. As my journey deepens into SketchPoetic, I continue to explore the ideas of creator/creation, conscious/unconscious, inner/outer, and the many dualities that arise from this daily practice.
Stopping by to let you know I am thinking of you and to marvel at our soulful connection that continues to guide me in ways I can only describe as divine. Hope this finds you in peace and surrender my dear friend. – xo Sheila
March 5, 2020 at 1:17 pm
What a gift to receive your beautiful words today … its so good to hear from you. You’ve always had a soulful connection with life, one that continually calls you deeper into it. Thank you for following the divine promptings in your life – they bless so many and blessed me today.
April 1, 2020 at 4:27 pm
Wishing you a very Happy Birthday! xo
April 1, 2020 at 4:29 pm
I know it’s a week early, but didn’t want to forget sending it to you! 🙂
April 2, 2020 at 10:24 am