Morning Meds; 12 2 18
I often imagine my life as if I live within a snow globe and just beyond my mental and spiritual vision, i.e., the glass, is the vast completely filled void of Source, where all things are one.
No good, no bad, no up, no down, just Source.
Seeing your world from the interior of a snow globe can create the Job complex, for snow globes were made to be shook.
My Job complex was believing that God comes by to shake the globe, just to wash my snowy reactions.
It is part of an eternal game of craps between ultimate good and ultimate evil.
A view cultivated from a belief in a cursed world and us as inferior damaged seed.
Although the snow globe view is flawed in that it promotes the mistruth of separation and that we are in some way distanced from Source.
For me it still is useful tool of thought to help guide me past the imagined separation.
The needy God, the one who demands loyalty, admiration, devotion has for the most part has been replaced by one of unconditional love.
Ultimate Evil has faded away, as just another attempt to explain duality and the possibility of seeing Source, myself and all things as one, looms on the horizon.
We humans like stability, much of my conflict, is in my attempt to reshape my beliefs, so that they will mesh like puzzle pieces forming some kind of orderly coherent doctrine.
It can be a challenge.
Source unconditionally loves us…. because
Source unconditionally loves everything because there is nothing else but Source.
Source, whatever it may be, can’t hate itself.
As we begin to remember where we came from, we to will love ourselves completely and unconditionally.
The love, that has been blocked by our spiritual Alzheimer’s, will flow out and flood the world.