Tuesday, August 4, 2009

An Electric Universe

The time has come in the history of humanities journey from the material jungle to the spiritual mountain top when it is imperative that we must live more and more in the cosmic Light universe. Our physical universe is an electric sensing universe. As we spiritual evolve, we are able to transcend the sensing universe. As an example, when I close my eyes at any time I am immediately projected out into space. Yesterday, I visited a blue star and watched with wonder all the activity of God's Light everywhere. What more souls need to now know is the universe of God for what it is instead of what our physical senses have made us believe it to be. We are playing a part in a cosmic cinema, conceived by the Master Playwright.

The physical universe is electrically projected, spectrum-colored light and sound, wave motion picture play of cause and effect thrown on the black screen of imaged space and time. The cause is real. The effect is but a simulation of the reality. The Self of you, the eternal spirit, is cause. Your self-creating body is effect. We are living an idea. The idea is eternal and belongs to God's still universe of Knowing. We live in a creating electric universe. The entire universe is one and must be kept in balance as one. Creation is One Whole Idea of Mind divided into countless simulated ideas of mind, through motion. There is only One Mind and every particle and mass in this universe is centered in that one Mind. This is a creating universe, not a created one.

The Bible refers to cosmic-consciousness experience as 'the illumination' or 'being in the Light' or 'in the Spirit.' Cosmic consciousness is the ultimate goal of all mankind. The way to gradually attain cosmic consciousness is to intensify your conscious awareness by mental and emotional solitude and companionship with God and Nature while being active in every moment and every action in your life. The deterrent to cosmic consciousness is the feeling that God is far away instead of being within, and that we can reach that far away God only through sources outside of ourselves.

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