The Thinking I Am
A thinker is a creator.
As we awaken to the Christ consciousness, we transition from a mortal thinker who is a mortal creator to a divine thinker who is a divine creator.
In our mortal mind, the five senses entomb our thoughts in false beliefs, creating a shadow-self that prevents the expression of the Divine (true) Self. The five senses deceive the mortal mind into holding onto false beliefs; which create erroneous thoughts. The deceived mind of the shadow-self is incapable of divine thought. This entombed mind abides in darkness with no awareness of the light of its divinity, producing thoughts that create a suffering and death-bound reality.
In my last post, I mentioned how all is energy and how our thoughts and emotions affect this energy which in turn shapes the reality around us. Consequently, our thoughts create a reality that is either an expression of our shadow-self or an expression of the Divine Self. We either hold our reality energetically bound to our false or shadow-self or liberate it to be an expression of the true or Divine Self. We bind or loose energy through our thoughts. Therefore, when we change our thoughts, we alter our reality’s energy and change our reality.
Each one of us is the center of his or her reality. All we know of our reality is what has been created through our consciousness. As we think, so is our reality. Therefore, as our thoughts change so do our circumstances, interactions, expressions, relationships, and so on that define our reality. We begin to see the depth of our creative power and where we once felt uncontrollably subjected to our reality, we learn that we create it through our thoughts.
When thoughts are created by the divine mind (Christ mind), they create a reality we truly desire. If we think we can fulfill our desires by the mortal mind (rather than the Christ mind), we inadvertently rob ourselves of all we truly desire. I Am the way, the truth, and the life. ~ John 14:6
Divine thoughts create substance (creation) reflective of the divine attributes. These ever-expanding divine attributes include: strength, divine power, vitality, divine love, honor, loving kindness, gentleness, transformative grace, humility, tranquility, equanimity, magnanimity, liberty, mindfulness, beauty, abundance, harmony, oneness, honesty, truth, wisdom, eternal-present, gratitude, sovereignty, and joy.
Through the Spirit’s continual guidance and instruction, our thoughts are transformed into divine thoughts by:
- Becoming one in our soul (in its seven elements) to the Christ consciousness. Our soul elements shape our thoughts. Thus for our thoughts to be divine, our soul elements must be divine. The Spirit accomplishes this by giving us a deep soul understanding of divinity and leading us through transformative meditation that manifests this oneness in our consciousness.
- Letting only the thoughts and feelings that support divine attributes abide in our mind and rejecting all others.
- Speaking and thinking only what we want and not what we don’t.
- Filling our mind with thoughts that are supportive of divine attributes by focusing on the pure Voice within.
- Turning away from any aspect of the world that strengthens the thoughts of the shadow-self so divine thoughts can grow and expand.
- Facing every obstacle in our reality created by our shadow-self with Divine Gratitude. Gratitude extracts divine truth from the past and gives life to our present moment by the understanding we gain from it. And the truth gained expands the Christ consciousness within.
As we consciously participate in emptying ourselves, the Christ consciousness expands within us. We awaken to a sovereignty over the plane of the senses, where the soul was held in bondage by the thoughts of the mortal mind. In the Christ-Mind what we perceive through the senses can no longer entomb us. Where once our thoughts created and perpetuated all forms of suffering and death, they now create ever-expanding immortal harmony.
We become a new creation who creates a new creation.