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Divine Newness



Attach to your creative name, “I am”, only what you want to experience. What you accept as a part of you, you manifest.

Our consciousness is the substance of all things expressed, experienced and created. What we hold inwardly as true is translated into an outer expression. Because we hold conflicting ideas and concepts as true, and give our faith and imagination to them, we perceive and experience a chaotic cocktail of conflict. For example, we are sick and we heal only to be sick again. This chaotic duality is why we often don’t recognize ourselves as creators.

Our consciousness is constructed around the concept of our self. The attributes we attach to our creative name “I am” shape our inner world of consciousness (our awareness of being) that translate into our outer reality of experience. Therefore, our transformation into an outer expression of divine newness of our true Self begins with our self concept of “I am” we hold within our conscious awareness.

“I am” statements are creatively powerful whether we attach a false or divine attribute to it. For example: I am sick, I will heal, and I am perfect vitality are all creatively powerful, but the three are infinitely different in what they create.

Sickness is an illusion of our sleeping mind. To say, I am sick, is to affirm a false attribute to our self. To say I will heal requires a belief that I am sick. To believe we can be both sick and healthy, forms an illusionary reality of duality, where we can be both attributes, yet in being both we aren’t perfect vitality. In the awareness of Truth, we only accept as part of our identity the changeless divine attributes, therefore I am perfect vitality. As we hold this divine attribute in faith, it must present in the outer.

While we slept as an unconscious creator, we created a reality of attributes opposite of Truth. Being unaware of our creative capacity and mistakenly possessing the belief that our reality isn’t created by us, what our senses conveyed to us we believed to be true, not realizing they reflected our own mis-creations. As we awaken out of our sleeping mind and all its mis-creations, like sickness, we deny what our senses tell us and give our faith to the Truth received from the Spirit of Truth.

As we put our faith in the divine attributes, like perfect vitality, and attach only these attributes to our creative name, “I am” with no thought to time or method but resting in divine emergence for their manifestation, our reality begins to reflect the Truth.

This creative capacity is foolishness to one of a lower state of consciousness who believes that its external senses convey truth, and that striving within the immense limitations of the external reality is how desired states are achieved. The Spirit of Truth reveals our true creative ability in oneness with the divine Mind of God, a creative capacity of true power, limitless in potential, and orchestrator of divine harmony.

In oneness with the Creator, the only “I am” statements we assign to ourselves, others and all of creation are ones of immutable Truth. Any attribute that isn’t of God, isn’t of us. Only Truth is, in which there is no opposite or duality.

Because consciousness is the substance of all we perceive and experience, as we integrate into the divine Mind, all that isn’t of that Mind is dissolved. In stillness, we turn away from the outer sense realm and bring all our awareness inward. Deep within our consciousness, we pass through a refining fire where illusions and lies based on a faulty identity are consumed by the brightness of Truth and divine Love. Through the growing awareness of our “I am” identity, we recognize we are the “I am” within the Great I AM.

Our true Identity translates our reality into its glorious likeness, making all things divine and new.

For we walk by faith, not by sight. ~ 2 Corinthians 5:7

“Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” ~ Hebrews 11:1

“And all Mine are Yours, and Yours are Mine, and I AM glorified in them. ~ John 17:10

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Creator within the Creator


We are a creator within the Creator.

Our purpose is to create worlds in complete oneness with the Creator.

Our mind shapes reality, kingdoms, and worlds according to its current awareness of Truth. Our mind encapsulates reality and is constantly creating the reality it perceives.

In becoming a creator within the Creator, we begin our journey in a lower state of consciousness. This embryonic state serves multiple purposes in our maturation from one who is created and yet also one with God, who is beyond all created form. Fundamentally, our oneness with our Creator is so comprehensive that without this growth though contrasts we wouldn’t properly perceive ourself or God, thus wouldn’t be truly One. This pre-created state creates a deep self-awareness and rightly relates us to our Creator.

This lower state of consciousness is self-contained, in which the image of our self and our reality are just projections on the screen of our mind; a dreamworld of illusions. It’s a state in which we lack awareness of Truth, therefore we imagine a false image of ourself that manifests a reality after its likeness. All we perceive is clothed with attributes opposite of our true Self. We don’t actually create anything eternal or beyond our individualized mind. As we mature in Truth, we recognize our true Self and this awareness awakens us into the Divine Mind in which we consciously create in oneness with the Creator. In this union, we manifest the eternal Real Creation.

At the center of all our creations is the concept of our self and reality follows after its likeness. Therefore, our maturation process up the primordial staircase is an ever-increasing awareness of our true Self. We begin in a lack of awareness of Truth, and mature into an awareness that reveals our true Self, our divine attributes, and eternal oneness with the Divine Mind.

We begin this spiritual ascent when we set our conscious intention to seek the Truth. As we grow in awareness we reset our intention to be an expression of the Truth, a creator within a Creator. With this intention, our mind goes through a metamorphosis of beliefs as it integrates into the Divine Mind.

As we begin to recognize our true Self, we begin to see how we create in absolute oneness through divine emergence. Because whatever our mind does our reality follows, our reality methodically transforms from suffering to peace, fear to love, madness to sanity, and conflict to harmony. We become peacemakers.

The journey of our spiritual awakening into a life-giving creator is one we all make in individual ways and at the perfect unfoldment according to our true purposes. However, our individual purposes are intimately connected so that when we awake, we awake together in a systematic flow determined by the Creator. We are all One Self comprised of individual fractal expressions. As we awaken we create as one united whole, no longer in separation, manifesting divine harmony.

When we see the bigger picture, we see perfection. Everything we went through is swallowed up in this perfection, and we experience a comprehensive healing as our mind returns to oneness with the Divine Mind. The mental landscape of our false self and all the illusions it created returns to ashes and our true Self arises in immortal beauty and ever-present joy.

“To console those who mourn in Zion,
To give them beauty for ashes,
The oil of joy for mourning,
The garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness;
That they may be called trees of righteousness,
The planting of the Lord, that He may be glorified.” ~ Isaiah 61:3

“And do not be conformed to this world (dreamworld), but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God.” ~ Romans 12:2

And so it is written, “The first man Adam became a living being.” The last Adam became a life-giving spirit. ~ 1 Corinthians 15:4


Season of Miracles

As an unconscious creator our imagination is overgrown with fearful images and worry creating a reality of suffering and lack. As we awaken, our imagination is given to Truth and a reality of miracles emerges.

As we awaken, we recognize we are a creator within the Creator. As a conscious creator, we create in absolute oneness with God, and our ability to manifest a reality of our utmost desires becomes possible. It’s a reality that reflects divine attributes in every aspect of creation: every creature, relationship, situation, and experience. It’s a reality where whatever we desire is possible.

In this awakened state, our desire and imagination are one with the divine Mind of God. The divine Mind creates through our imagination to manifest our desires in ways that create ever-increasing joy for all. Every perceived limitation that was created by the unconscious mind is overcome and we manifest a landscape of miracles.

To manifest miracles, we hold the final result or state we desire (miracle) in our imagination. It’s a moment or event that reflects the divine attributes for all within the details of the physical forms. With our imagination, we emotionally experience the desired moment, we think from it (not of it) as if it already existed, and let it envelop our being as we imaginatively reside in that present moment. As we continually hold this vision in our mind’s eye despite all outward perceived limitations, it becomes more lucid until it feels as if it already exists. At this moment we’ve birthed this divine potential into being within our consciousness. Now, it’s only a matter of going through the intermittent steps to its physical fulfillment, which is accomplished by resting in divine emergence (God’s expressed love through divinely orchestrated present moments creating divine harmony).

Resting in divine emergence enables our desired end to unfolded for the highest good of all, only something we can do in oneness through the Supra-consciousness, which is our oneness with God. In emergence, we consciously settle into the all-knowing and all-loving Supra-conscious, which orchestrates every subsequent present moment between our desires and their fulfillment, such that creation experiences what blesses it most. We aren’t concerned with how this final end unfolds, because its emergence occurs in an awareness far beyond our own.

Therefore, we don’t force, resist, complain, try to hasten or effort in any present moment that appears along the path to our desired end. In these conflicting states, we aren’t trusting the Supra-conscious, and we engage a mindset of separation and therefore create separation from our desire’s fulfillment. As we rest as an open gate and trust the supreme Wisdom, we quicken our desire’s fulfillment and manifest our vision without effort. Our desires manifest in unexpected and surprisingly beautiful ways that are best for all. We become a miracle maker.

Through our imagination, which has no boundaries, we overcome all perceived outward limitations. As long as we persist in holding onto our vision, all perceived limits are overcome, and our desires manifest. It’s only when we give up on our end vision because of perceived limitations will it not manifest. In giving up, we send the message to our mind that we no longer desire it and our reality reflects this choice. We must unwaveringly hold our desired end in our imagination, regardless of what we outwardly perceive.

When refuse to let go of our end vision within our limitless imagination, (refuse to doubt), we push through all perceived obstacles. We discover we are limitless, and perceived limits are only illusions of our mind. Miracles fill the landscape of our reality creating what once seemed impossible.

But let him ask in faith, with no doubting, for he who doubts is like a wave of the sea driven and tossed by the wind. For let not that man suppose that he will receive anything from the Lord ~ James 1:6-7

But Jesus looked at them and said, “With men it is impossible, but not with God; for with God all things are possible. ~ Matthew 10:27 


Weeding the Garden


As we awaken as a conscious creator, we go through a conscious declutter of all the dead thoughts we accumulated as we slept, and reclaim our beautiful soul garden crafted by living divine thoughts.

As we slept we attributed many false attributes (opposite to our divine attributes), to ourselves and others. Our mind became like a garden overgrown with weeds. These attributes resulted from our faulty mental judgments in which we mistook our steps of growth as an embryonic soul for corrupted characteristics about ourself. Instead of discerning our stumbles as part of learning to become who we are, we made harsh judgments and assigned attributes to ourself that weren’t reflective of Truth. The acceptance of these attributes led to an endless stream of demeaning thoughts which shaped a degraded reality. They hung upon us like dirty and tattered garments hiding the beauty of perfection of our true Self.

As we awaken, our ability to discern thoughts of Truth versus thoughts of error grows more acute as the Light of our true Self grows brighter. This discernment from the shining Light of Christ (spirit of our true Self) takes us into a transformative stage in which our mind is decluttered, thus our reality, from these false attributes.

False attributes multiply through our thoughts when we accept them as true, put our faith in them and give our imagination to them. Therefore we remove them by taking these creative elements away from them and giving these creative faculties to the Truth. During this metamorphic stage, every situation, expectation, emotional response and thought that conveys a faulty attribute presents an opportunity to consciously replace a false attribute with a divine attribute. Because nothing is done outside our will, our will is actively engaged as our mind goes through this transition. For example, if we feel weakness or littleness, then we consciously replace it with the Truth that we are invincible and we are seeds of greatness.

Initially, the amount of clutter can be overwhelming. However, many erroneous thoughts come from a singular false attribute. For example, thoughts of being harmed, causing harm, fear, attack, weakness, blame, and anger all stem from the accepted attribute of vulnerability. By exchanging vulnerability for invincibility, the many snowballing thoughts disappear. We are the creators, not the created. There is nothing outside of us we are subject to, because everything outside of us is our creation.

By consistently embracing the powerful creative mental states of the Prayer of I Am, resting in emergence and giving gratitude for the Truth, all is accomplished. We are not alone during this metamorphic stage. The Light of our true Self (Christ Spirit) grows within us in accordance to our expanding awareness of Truth. It enlightens our vision to see past the filthy garments to our true Self. These garments can not cling to us because they are revealed for what they are, an illusion. There is nothing outside of us greater than this life-giving Spirit within us, therefore, this Spirit has victory over every illusion we see.

During this phase, we release expectations based on the past, because only Truth is. We release all false attributes we mistakenly attributed to ourselves and to others. We continually acknowledge our true Self as our only Self, one made in the likeness, beauty, holiness, and glory of God.

Throughout this process, we can be grateful we have been saved from the self we thought we made to take the place of our true Self. We can be grateful we are not alone, and the One within us will accomplish everything through us. We can be grateful that as expressions of Truth, our true nature is as incorruptible as Truth. Through this process, we reclaim our beautiful garden of divine attributes given and shared for the joy of all.

“These things I have spoken to you, that in Me you may have peace. In the world you will have tribulation; but be of good cheer, I have overcome the world.” ~ John 16:33

“For whatever is born of God overcomes the world. And this is the victory that has overcome the world—our faith. ” ~ 1 John 5:4