CHRIST FROM A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE
CHRIST FROM A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE
We live in a great being – a body, a Mind, a Soul – an infinite intelligence that is sentient and creative. The spectrum of its existence, extends farther and deeper than we can imagine.
The range of its experience exceeds our ability to fathom, going into places that are so remote that speculating about their nature would serve no practical purpose.
In fact, such speculation can only be a distraction and lead us away from any meaningful understanding of God’s nature. So, it is most practical for us to start at the center of our experience and work outward from there, and the center of our experience is ... the SUN.
In our scientific age, we tend to reduce everything to its material substance. The science community seems to have a love affair with material existence. Most scientists even regard consciousness as the product of the brain, having no existence except within the skull of the individual.
When someone mystically inclined, claims to experience consciousness in nature, science calls it “projection” - merely the imagination seeking evidence of a greater life, but in its passion an enthusiasm sees only its own reflection. This is the conditioning of the scientific age in which we live. But in reality, nothing could be further from the Truth. For Truth, we must wander back in time ... thousands of years in fact.
The Sun is the center of Life. Within its gravity field, exist all of the patterns we know, all of the intelligence, all of the moving force and animating energies of every living thing.
The planetary bodies surrounding the Sun in space, are the organs of its body, a body that extends out to the farthest reaches of the heliosphere.
The space within its skin is filled with complex dynamics, both visible and invisible, and every one of these is reflected within the boundaries of our body, each of our organs corresponding to the planets. Microcosm and Macrocosm. As above, so below. One of the most ancient of mantras.
Where the scientist sees only rocks, ice, and gasses, the mystic sees intelligence, life, and consciousness. It is one thing to admit that all matter is vibrating energy; and it is quite another to acknowledge that the vibrations are the effect of a higher Source Energy, one that is diametrically opposed to its manifested form.
This higher Source Energy is deep and unknowable, beyond words, beyond concepts, and yet more powerful than all the rest combined. It is a negative power, one that pulls everything into being ... out of its own potential ... by the sheer force of its all-knowing intelligence. It is the Void (Ayin in Hebrew). The unlimited potential of all things.
Science admits that there is “something else,” ... something it cannot see. But in its insistence in making all new data fit into its limited model of materialism, it is blind to this underlying substance of great power.
Mystics have known this force since the beginning of human awareness. They could discern the movements of its power by the nature of the energies induced within their own psyche.
Their Mind and body was their “scientific instrument" ... an instrument far more sophisticated than the tools we use today. Tools that only attempt to replicate the powers of detection we carry around with us right here inside our own skin.
Its very important that we understand the system within which we live within. If we do, we will know everything else by default. Among the ancient hierophants, “Man, know thyself” was completely understood. The physical body of the Sun is but the first manifestation of the The whole of creation, the organizing principle, the Seat of Power. All things proceed out from the Center, and to the Center they return. This is the secret of alchemy, the heart of Gnosis, the Philosopher’s Stone. We are all but rays of the sun ... emanating from, and being dependent upon it.
And God said, “Let there be Light!” This was the light of consciousness. The Christ consciousness. The Begotten of God/Source ... And this Source, is the point of origins, and the sustainer of Life. The Divine Spark of God lay dormant within all things, awaiting to be known, and awaiting to resurrect from within the base nature man.
Just a thought ...
Justin Taylor, ORDM.