Admitting you have issues?April 24 2010 at 11:02 AM
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Only a damned fool or a liar will say they don't have issues. The difference, or at least one of the differences, between esoteric and exoteric Christianity is, exotericism see these issues as sin over which to feel sorrow, shame, guilt; that for which one should repent. This shame and sorrow is caused by a lack of understanding of what the Crucifixion really means.
Esotericism sees these issues as impediments to Christ mind which are revealed to our brains by the ever-growing Christ within, an ever growing mind quality, the "Light of the world." You feel guilt, shame. We feel gratitude that these obstacles are shown to us providing us with the opportunity to correct them, gradually making our vessel sanctified and meet for the Master's use.
Getting back to issues. It isn't the real "We" who has issues. We are Gods and God is perfect. This "we are Gods" is right out of your Bible. You see, some have not decided to just ignore this scripture, sweeping it under the rug. Orthodox Christianity does not deal with this scripture but says it and abandons it. This is one of several reasons many have left orthodox Christianity for spiritual teachings which do not avoid dealing with such a momentous revelation. And the Bible is God's inerrant word.
What isn't perfect is our mind through which we manifest, the body corruptible, including the brain. We are the Word made flesh. A word is a frequency containing meaning. A word is a sound, a note. The note which the Word our planetary system represents can't add this note, this frequency, to the cosmic symphony because its instrument is out of tune. If we identify with the instrument, we feel guilt, shame. If we identify with what Psalm 82.6 says we are, then we see opportunity to tune our instrument.
- dang it, I have to respond - Yvonne on Apr 24, 2010, 12:41 PM
- Prodigals all - Bob on Apr 24, 2010, 2:04 PM
- Tell that to the nudists. - BelleMere on Apr 24, 2010, 7:00 PM
- Yvonne - Striver on Apr 24, 2010, 9:37 PM
- Striver, - JB on Apr 24, 2010, 10:28 PM
- Striver - Yvonne on Apr 25, 2010, 8:12 AM