a reply to: arpgme
If you're doing it for the "(food/stomach/body)", it would be materialistic, because the point is to do it for the (heart/spirit/well-being), so that
it's spiritual or godly...
Think about it like your child has drawn you a picture of your family, and he or she has poured their little hearts out into drawing it, because
they love you
and they want to express that to you
. And then compare that to someone else who has drawn you an exact copy of your
child's picture for $200 because they love your money
and they want to trade you the image of your desire for the image of their
Your focus should go towards the spirit, will, or motive of drawing the picture, and not towards the picture itself, because it's not about the
picture - the picture is only meant to lead you to the awareness of their spirit: their love; the child has drawn you an image so that you can be
aware of their spirit - so that you can see.
The love of the child's is your (heart/spirit/well-being) while the love of the artist's is his (heart/spirit/well-being/food/stomach/body/your
It's like how the ten commandments was not meant to be copied image for image but spirit for spirit, and why the pharisees were so confused as to
think that Jesus was trying to change laws.
Furthermore, you need to get away from that idea that reality is physical, or material. What you are calling energy is more like determined, or
structured, will or spirit. E.g. You take in the determined will of God as your breath, your will / spirit, and based on how it is structured, and how
you conceive of that structure, you see, you have awareness, and then breathe out your own will/spirit as structured forces or as your own
conceptions/determined will/forces/energy. (images(Son) of conceptualized(Father) will(Holy Spirit). Do you see the difference? It isn't condensed
energy, it is structured will, and the structure is the image of how the will is conceptualized - how it is translated, like Father does.
on 9/23/2015 by Bleeeeep because: (no reason given)