The Human BEING – Being Loved, Being Loving, Being Lovable, BEING Love.

4 Apr

People are taught that The Bible is Absolute Truth. Many religions are reliant on this belief to maintain their power over the population and to uphold laws which keep them subservient to that power. Literal translation of many parts of the New Testament also enslave people to varied doctrines upheld as ‘truth’ by those who would benefit by the power they have over others. This is my observation. I certainly allow that it is not others’ and certainly religious texts are not always used as a source of power or fear, but there is a loving desire to serve God and humanity through wisdom that can be found there.

For those of us who would question these ‘truths’ because of the hypocrisy they represent, because of the inhumanity they inspire and because of the judgements they make, there are a number of considerations to bring to the questions we ask:

  • Does the question arise because of our own judgement of others?
  • Does the question arise because we believe we know better than others?
  • Does the question arise because we want others to be as ‘wise’ or ‘enlightened’ as we are?
  • Does the question arise because we desire to justify a life outside of the ‘law’?
  • Does the question arise because we would wish to be in charge?

When we do this, it becomes obvious that the supreme paradox of life is that when we dare to compare ourselves to others’ thinking and accuse them of being judgemental, hypocritical, greedy etc. then we immediately implicate ourselves in the same actions. ‘Judge not lest ye be judged’ – not by others, but by ourselves.

Therefore, the only considerations we need to apply to any of these questions is:

  • Does the question arise because we desire to be free of  being judgmental?
  • Does the question arise because we wish to be at one with universal consciousness?
  • Does the question arise because we want to know Love?
  • Does the question arise because we want to be loved?
  • Does the question arise because we want to love unconditionally?
  • Does the question arise because we love God?

When the questions are about ourselves desiring the experience of Being Love and we apply this desire to them in the moment, we can stand with ourselves and all creation in compassion and love. We become part of the consciousness of ‘God’ through our own higher consciousness which is able to observe dispassionately, all of the passion and emotion of humanity attached to our ego, with an overwhelming feeling of love – no judgements, no conditions, knowing what we are and what we are not.

When we love ourselves from this perspective, our ego is transcended by that love and we can become loving of, and loved by, all creation – because our nature in that moment is completely lovable.

We can do this even in the midst of drama and crisis where we must take action against action which denies choice. We can learn to drive our emotions from that dispassionate place rather than allowing them to drive us from our ego’s place of passion and judgement.

This is ‘The Power of the Now’ that  Eckhart Tolle teaches us about. It is the place of ‘Zero’ in Dr. Hew Len’s Ho’oponopono philosophy. It is infinity, nirvana, heaven, absolute peace etc within. It is where our divinity can provide guidance and healing for us to serve the highest good of all. It is the Grace of God.

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