The Quest For Perfection
RELIGION TELLS US THAT God is perfect in every way, and that we humans are separate from God, and therefore lesser. But that is not so. What is really going on is that God is forever expanding into greater capacities of love and perfection… and one way that is accomplished is by God experiencing the physical lifetimes that you and I are living.
How can that be possible? How can you be here on this planet, whizzing around in this amazing universe with all its billions of galaxies, stars and planets, and not realize that you are part of something most magnificent? Firstly, you were here before the universe. Before the Big Bang. Before Creation. You have been here for an eternity.
You are God Incarnate, experiencing life in physical form. Secondly, the universe is not real. It’s just your imagination… your dream. In reality there is only you. Everything else is a figment of your Supreme and Infinitely Boundless Imagination.
‘Be still and know that I Am God. I Am the light of my world.’
You created this universe and everything in it for one purpose only. To enable you to expand into greater capacities of physical perfection. You wished to know something other than pure Love, Joy and Peace that your Divine Self experiences on a continuing basis in your spiritual home.
You were curious to experience their opposites, so that you could learn to better appreciate your eternal existence… and the only way to experience those opposites is by creating a place where that would be made possible, and so you created a finite Physical Universe which would enable you to do just that.
Realize that it’s all in your mind, that without you the universe and everything in it would not be here. The Divine Plan would be incomplete without you! That is how important you are!…
Dan’s Quote: “You are a never-ending, always unfolding Being,
______________fervently optimistic about what is to come.”
Header: Aurora Australis in the early hours of the morning.
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Posted on March 6, 2021, in Our Quest For Self Awareness and tagged Conscious Awareness, Enlightenment, Inspiration, Philosophy, Spirituality. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.
Hey Dan, one question – how do you know what you say is true?
I don’t know if it is true or not, and that’s the point.
My writings are simply my ideas of what the truth ‘might’ be. (A fairy story in a way)
They are not to be believed or disbelieved for to do either means that learning stops.
That is the problem with religious doctrine. The faithful believe whatever their particular church preaches.
We are all students of life who don’t know the answers, so it is better for you the reader, to absorb the reasoning behind what I have written, then mix that reasoning with the ideas percolating in your own mind and come up with your own version of what reality ‘might’ be. That is the purpose for writing my stories.
Our collective ideas adds to the overall evolution of mankind as a whole. We are all playing our small part in our collective spiritual growth, only some don’t know it.
You should be very proud for you are aware enough to know it.
The fact is we probably won’t remember the truth until we die… but it’s fun as well as a learning curve to probe the possibilities in the meantime.
Thanks for replying Dan. That makes sense 🙂