posted on Jan, 7 2013 @ 08:42 AM
Originally posted by knowledgedesired
reply to post by jhill76
What if a soul choose not to be able to perform this action prior to incarnating in this life time?
I meditate 3-4 times a week and for long periods of time and the only thing I have been able to accomplish is a floating feeling, tingly skin and
inner joy but I never seen anything or left my body?????
I WANT TO BELIEVE!!!
Adam and Eve.
The serpent told her that eating the "fruit" would offer certain things. Her desires for those things became so strong that she perceived/sensed
them to be so. She "saw" that it was pleasant. She "saw" that it could make her wise. To the extent that she believed the serpent's lie (that
they would not die) as truth. The lesson is this: real Truth (Thou shalt die in the day that you eat of it) is disregarded because of the power of our
senses to deceive us into believing a lie (thou shalt NOT die) as truth.
Meditation promises to lead us to "divinity within", to realise that we are "gods". That thought becomes so desirable to people that they actively
seek to engage in the behaviour. What happens then is this; meditators will come to start experiencing things through their senses and it will lead
them to erroneously conclude that the promises of meditation were truth. It was a lie to begin with, but because of the experiences, we use those
experiences to "prove" the lie as truth. Similarly, those with a strong affinity for extraterrestrials, will use their experiences as "proof" that
extraterrestrials exist. It means nothing that the presupposition is an untruth, because their experiences through their senses will do nothing but
confirm the existence of aliens. As humans, we all do this at times. Evolutionists, for example, do it all the time - they prove evolution with the
theory of evolution.
Scripture clearly tells us that we are separated from the Creator, and therefore are in need of salvation. That is truth - straight from Our God in
Heaven. The author of this thread throws around the word Father and the 'test question' (Did Jesus come in the flesh) but does not understand the
meaning of that question nor what things must evidence a truthful response to that question. In which case, casual readers of this thread are sucking
in erroneous information. The entire point of threads like these are to get you ramped up to 'experience' through your senses what he/she does. Just
like Eve you are desiring what the serpent promised. Guess what happens if you do partake of the "fruit" that he/she is trying to get you to eat?
Your 'experiences' through your senses will erroneously conclude the lies as truth.
Faith is a gift of God. He alone grants that mercy, and therefore belief only comes through Him. Jesus said blessed are those who believe without
seeing. The OP is stating the exact opposite - just as the serpent, appealing to your desires so that you will be encouraged to experience what they
do, and in turn, those experiences will seemingly confirm the 'truthfulness' of his/her statements. Does it matter to you whether or not his/her
statements are truths or untruths? If not, scripture states categorically that you will fall for the serpent's deceptions. If on the other hand, you
value truth highly, you will seek the one who said he was The Truth, and learn to love the Truth.
Please understand how much your post shows your desire. That desire is already leading you to partake of the fruit from the wrong tree. That fruit
will convince you of your "god hood", and once you sit in the temple (body) of God, proclaiming to be god, you are an enemy of your Creator. The
experiences that will come upon you will be used by your mind to convince you that a lie is truth. Is this what you want? Is this acceptable to you?
If not, there sits in the highest Heaven your true Creator awaiting your heartfelt prayer to know the truth and to love the truth. He awaits your
repentance of evil.