“You” The Divine


The greatest misconception of the concept of divinity is that it typically excludes us as divine.

We are gods endowed with more greatness and power than any God we can create in our minds. Within each of us is the divinity, power and energy we ascribe to our mind-made gods.

We have simply forgotten that godlike part of ourselves that can perceive all things and comprehend every aspect of our energetic natures. Intuitively, we all know that we are the God we seek, and that we are of godly nature, but we have accepted a lesser view of ourselves.

Any search for God is a search for the self we have buried in the process of our lives. Much of our lives are spent learning and accepting a three dimensional understanding of the world we live in. As such, we are conditioned to look outward for interventions by entities we have created who are capable of the god-like nature we seek to become ourselves. In looking outward to such a being, we often succumb to the idea that we can never be so. In fact, in Christianity, it is believed that we can in no way be saved without the intervention of Jesus, who saves us from our lowly status, without whom there is only damnation and suffering following this life.

We are our own saviors. The only place God exists that any of us need to be aware of and continuously develop is inside each of us.

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  1. This is one of the most powerful passages I have read in a long time.
    It has so much truth, so much wisdom that it will hardly be accepted by many who have been socialized to believe to the contrary.

    • Stef,
      Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts. Yes, we do sell ourselves short as humansm having forgotten that we came “down” to be human. We are already greater then anything we can possibly describe in human terms. I love knowing that about me and about you and everyone else. Thanks, againn for sharing. I love having you in my experience. Have a wonderful day!

      Carl

  2. This is so true. The idea of an outside, external God is completely misguided, as wel as disempowering. We have full devine, creative potential within ourselves. Thanks for this post.

    • Thanks for your comment Brandon. It truly is dis-empowering individually and collectively when you consider how many buy into their lowly nature before some outside force that is believed to be infinitely greater then anyone or thing. I’m glad for people like you who see the greatness in individuals and recognize their divinity! Thanks again,

      Carl


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