reply to post by Kashai
Let me ask my first question of this thread again:
What came first: awareness(consciousness) or will?
Do you believe vibration/motion is not willed?
Was the first will not consciousness? I understand the distinction between them, but can they truly be separated?
If you create a cup from clay, with your will, can the cup remain while removing your spirit (manifested will) from it? Can the cup remain without its
light/form? Can the cup remain without the awareness within its form that applies your will to the image/light? Was the first step in creating the
cup, not your conscious will to create a concept of a cup?
This is why you cannot truly separate the Trinity. Remove one and you lose the thing.
Is the light of your mental images not willed by you as you create concepts?
There are distinctions we can surely make, but we cannot separate them anymore than we can separate the colors of a rainbow without losing the
I think this is why so many religions will say we are all one, or that we are god, or why we can read the aether to see the future, etc. I think we
are all within Jesus, we all have the awareness of Father, and we all have the will of the Holy Ghost.
Yet we make distinctions of truth with our faith, right?
Does faith manifest will?
Will you say that vibration or motion was not willed?
edit on 12/18/2013 by Bleeeeep because: (no reason given)