As the Source of all, God is not stagnant, it is continuing to grow through an inner awareness to become more expansive and more of its own Self. The Source is collectively a part of everything and yet It is still a force unto Itself. It seeks to gain greater experiences through the process of materialization and It expands not only into the past but also into the limitless future. Because It is the Source of all things, It has experienced all there is to know about everything so It has become Omniscient.
We have a unique agreement with this intelligence because on a celestial level, our consciousness (being one with Universal consciousness) has collaborated together so that we may garner increasingly more experiences in the form of being. Our Higher Selves have the duty of gathering up these collective experiences and guiding us throughout countless lifetimes so that we may gain further insight for the Source upon which we will return. Therefore, our evolutionary goal is to identify and become one with the Source of which we are made. This will allow us to expand our purpose so that we are able to appreciate the enormity of what we are. The first step is to acknowledge that we are the Source through the living spirit within our being.—Dr. Peter C. Rogers, Ultimate Truth: Book I
Thursday, May 20, 2010
Each person possesses an inner spirituality that is not connected to doctrine. If we can release the doctrine and touch the innate spirituality, we begin the integration process. It extends outward onto the planet by the honoring of every person's truth as a manifestation of the One Truth. This allows each of us to coexist within our philosophies without needing to change each others' beliefs. The fact that God/All That Is exists is not changed by our argument over which color robe "He" wears. We are so afraid of being alone and separate that we create even more separation through our desire to have a unified doctrine. If we have the courage to begin touching this inner spirituality, we will see our transformation blossom...The Prism of Lyra
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
What if the figure we know as Jesus never even existed? What would this revelation do to your faith and your way of believing? While this question may seem unrealistic to some, the reality is, recently I had to ask myself this very question. Fortunately for me the answer didn’t come in that instant but it came slowly over a period of time in a gradual gentle sort of way. Had it come to me in an instant, it probably would have been too devastating for me to handle considering my entire belief system was based on the teachings of Christianity which are founded on the life and teachings of Jesus the Christ. What had to happen for me was that I first needed to break free of the stranglehold Christianity had me in. This came in the form of Islam. And although I went from one form of belief system to another, this adjustment allowed me to accept Jesus as merely a prophet as opposed to him being the actual “Son of God,” and the Savior to the world. With this change in my belief, I was one step closer to freedom. After several years, my seeking led me to realize that even Islam was not the only proponent of truth and that there was an even greater aspect of my being that was still seeking to find truth in whatever form it might take. At that point, I started to open up to the possibility of simply being the spiritual entity that I am without the labels or the dogmas and the systematic way of thinking. It was in making that adjustment that I became able to handle the truth of what I otherwise wouldn’t have been able to handle. That truth being that the figure I was raised to believe in, cherish and worship as the son of god and my savior, was nothing more than a figment of someone’s imagination.