posted on Jan, 22 2009 @ 01:08 AM
I'm just talking about a limitation, I'm not saying enlightenment is bad, or that there is anything wrong with being the light of the world, child
of God, son of God, whatever. I am just attempting to describe the proper state of man in relation to God, within the framework of an I-thou
relationship grounded in love and mutuality.
I'm a very curious person with a strong intellect, and I've bumped up against this limitation, and I'm just reporting back a certain finding. We
must remain grounded in this world, and to function as social beings, we cannot avoid the distinction I-you. A sense of having a unique self is an
inevitable consequence of being human.
I have seen the kingdom of light and love, and there's power there, and authority, and people cannot help but "bow" in a sense to it's presense or
proximity, and there's danger in that - and I've been finding, time and again, as I enter this space and function from it, that a terrible duality
emerges, and I get very strong and powerful feedback, spiritually, that I'm getting into areas, and mysteries, and "business" that I do not belong
in, and that are none of my business. And the feedback is coming from the crown chakra at the top of my head, and it seems to me that I am making God
angry for rising up into that space, and if I don't back down, I could be ejected from the realm of light and love. It is very very serious.
And it occured to me today that if I attempted to share this with anyone that they would not understand it, but I think some do..
All I am saying is be VERY careful how far you go with your ascension into the light, and that there is a limitation, placed there by God for loving
reasons, due to an issue of trust in regards to spiritual authority. That's it that's all. Do with it what you will. It's very very serious though,
and very important if you are on a path which leads to increasing degress of spiritual awareness and "enlightenment". That's it that's all. It's
just a report based on an experience, which from my perspective is extremely valid. Perhaps others are not the obsessively curious observers and
thinkers and interpretors of meaning like I am and maybe I'm unique in this experience I've been having of late, but I think it's applicable to
others who may be on journey towards God. There's a point at which God alone must decide how much "He" will and will not disclose of Himself.
The horse analogy is a perfect description of what I'm driving at.
Just be very careful is all I'm saying, that's all. God is very powerful, as much as he is just, merciful, and even humourous - but he makes no
compromise with the evils that lurk in the depths of the human psyche and ego-self, and as much shadowwork as we may accomplish, the shadow remains,
and it's there for a reason.
Don't try to be God, but instead work to build and maintain a healthy I-thou relationship with God as Love - that's my advice.