A LOOK AT THE WORD HUMAN
A LOOK AT THE WORD HU-MAN
HU: The Egyptian god Hu was one of the most important gods for those serious about Egyptian deities. Hu is the power of the spoken word (Logos in Greek). He personifies the authority of utterance. In Christianity, God SPOKE the world into existence. The power of word is immeasurable.
MAN: The ancient Sanskrit word MANU means the father of mankind. It also defines man as Mind. The word manan in Sanskrit means “thinking or ‘pondering” and is where the word mantra comes from. In Sanskrit, “man” also means “Mind” and “tra” means “freeing”... thus, “mantra” is a phrase that is designed to free the Mind. To review, MAN/Manu (Sanskrit: मनु) refers to the archetypal man, or to the first man (progenitor of humanity).
Therefore, HU-MAN-KIND (HU-MIND / HU-MAN) ... can be see as the offspring spoken into existence from the Father, originating in Mind, and becoming manifest in form.
The Universal Law of Mentalism says:
“The Principle of Mentalism embodies the Truth that ‘All is Mind.’ The Universe is Mental.”
This first Law out of the 7 Universal Laws explains that THE ALL (which is all - the archetype - that is apparent to our material senses - matter, energy) is Spirit ... which in itself is thought of as the “Universal Mind.” This is the Matrix of Universal Consciousness (The Field) that pervades all of existence. The I AM, that WE ARE.
All is mind, all is energy, all is Spirit, all is One.
Just a thought ...
Justin Taylor, ORDM.