I am intrigued by your insight into this. I am sorry to interrupt, but as a side note.
The five elements you speak of, three have special meaning to me already.
Fire, air and water
Earth and spirit do as well, but concerning our own body in relation to Gods, air, water and fire are already have a deep meaning:
the fire is the mind (consciousness /soul),
the air, is our breath (life/ spirit),
the water is our stomach(mortality/ hunger).
The fire is the light, the spark where in all of life is warmed and created. Where it becomes fluid and where it flows from us.
Where it is transformed. The water, our mortality, where the fire is controlled. That our need for sustenance is reflective like a mirror for Gods
"need" to give it. Need is not a great word for this, I guess "purpose" would be better. The purpose of our hunger is to make us seek sustenance.
Our fire would consume like our hunger, but it consumes our evils, and our water consumes our good.
One destroys by breaking apart, transforming into smoke and ash. Makes you alone in all your parts. The other transforms by enveloping, surrounding,
adding you to it in oneness. Both transforming us in the process. The duality of our nature addressed and met equally.
The air is the fuel for the fire. The temperance of water. The three are liquid and flowing. The air could be seen as the everything that is
in-between the fire and the water. The unifying aspect of both processes. The breath of god, we breath by his gift of it. Our breath that can be given
as well. To the fire or to the water.
What I do not understand after reading your posts is this:
If the process is to give and not receive. To not "hunt" for our glory, or gods glory, but rather to give it, how then is Cabala the "receiving".
What is being received? Is it the admission into gods "throne" or the gift of its "view" of creation? If the seat offered at his right hand, or are we
to see him, and as we turn away (back to our mortality) to return to our reality, we then see creation as he does, for but a moment until we are
"within" creation again?
Thank you for your time. I find your thoughts helpful and clarifying.
I agree that our DNA is a part of creation that God has revealed to us. That it is always in a state of flux and is so interconnected to our spirits
development that it reacts to our conscious minds awareness of it, and that of all things. I am under the impression that all DNA speaks to itself
through us. The pattern of its cohesion being enforced and amplified by our interaction in harmony with other forms of creation as well as our own
interaction with each other. That with greater harmony and balance, our DNA reveals and transforms as we allow it to correct itself. We are not the
maxim of our development, but at a point of our development. Like a child into an adult. A caterpillar into a butterfly. That we can transform as
Jesus did. Into our true nature, our divine in harmony with our mortality.
Thanks again for you time thus far. It was insightful.
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