“… Nothing and everything cannot coexist. To believe in one is to deny the other. Fear is really nothing and love is everything…
… It should especially be noted that God has only one Son. If all His creations are His Sons, every one must be an integral part of the whole Sonship. The Sonship in its oneness transcends the sum of its parts. However, this is obscured as long as any of its parts is missing. That is why the conflict cannot ultimately be resolved until all the parts of the Sonship have returned. Only then can the meaning of wholeness in the true sense be understood. Any part of the Sonship can believe in error or incompleteness if he so chooses. However, if he does so, he is believing in the existence of nothingness. The correction of this error is the Atonement…”
Rigpa and Dharmakaya – Garab Dorje
“When, from out of the primordially pure Dharmadhatu,
Suddenly Rigpa arises, and with it there is an instantaneous recognition, it is
Like finding a precious jewel in the depths of the ocean,
No-one has created it – it is just the Dharmakaya”.
The Pain Body Love – Het Pijnlichaam Liefhebben – Kim Eng
(Dutch Subtitles – Nederlandse Ondertitels)
A Course in Miracles Explained – Brian Van der Horst
(Thanks to Kenneth Bok)
(English BVDH Subtitles)
Empty perspective – La Perspectiva Vacía – Lisa Cairns
(Spanish Subtitles- Subtítulos en Español)
“Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend”.~ Melody Beattie.
I very much believe in the above quote. Why then do we get swept away in the deluge of ungratefulness in its different forms such as complaining, getting anger, dissatisfaction and so on? A ‘why me’ attitude is another expression of our ungratefulness. If we are not grateful means we have lost faith in our Creator. Whereas we need to thank the Almighty for ever breath that we take.
Melody Beattie’s wisdom equates gratitude to “being content” which is a state of bliss. And that state as so many masters say even heals the sick.
Let’s try it out and be thankful to God…
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Speaker: How should we get rid of jealousy and anger? By deleting the word, ‘we’ from this. Why could not you ask, “How should ‘I’ get rid of jealousy and anger?”
Listener 1: Yes, Sir.
Speaker: Why this plurality? Why does ‘me’ become ‘we’? That is why the jealousy and anger are there. See ‘M’ and it has been inverted. The letter ‘M’ in ‘Me’ when inverted becomes letter ‘W’ in ‘We’.
And then, the entire life becomes inverted. The absence of ‘I’ is the root of jealousy and anger. This ‘we’, is the cumulative mind, the collective mind, the social mind, the comparative mind that lives in ‘we’, that lives in a tribe. Jealousy cannot be there without ‘the other’.
Jealousy is born out of comparison. Jealousy is born form a mind in which many, many are living. To say that there are many, means that they are different entities…
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Slowly I brush
my pencil across
the nap of the paper.
The sphere takes shape
as I shade its form
to reflect its contours
of light and shadows.
It is an exercise that
allows my mind to shift
into the Force, into the
womb of serenity. What
is this state of being
where all external
fades away? My essence
is revealed in its purity
free of the shackles of its
temporary earthly experience.
I move in spirals, ever closer
to the Light
past the stars
further than forever.
My being expands,
covering all that is
integrating with the Divine
until I exist only
in the mind of God.