we actually are the Source. So because we believe we have being apart from God (the Vine), we function as the person our parents created when they named us. That's why we die! Of ourselves we have no being. Only in Him do we live and move and have our being! (Only AS God, do we have being). But in ignorance of this we think as we perceive ourselves to be, and thus create the beliefs that divide us!Should you ask, Why has no one that we know of ever accomplished this?
I have been asked, Do you see yourself as a son of god,
Because we have never been told the Truth pertaining to the Spiritual Rebirth, we have never realized that we were individualized manifestations of God. We have never been told that we have no being apart from our Source. We have never been told that God is the I am within us. I am the Vine, He said, and I am also the branches. How much simpler can it get?
When I first realized that man was God embodied, I realized what it was that made Jesus the greatest Spiritual Healer the World has ever known It was simply His awareness of being God individualized. His awareness of this was so intense that not only did He know that He and the Father were One, but that so too was every other person on the face of the Earth. Knowing that God is perfect, He looked beyond the manifestation of imperfection. He saw only God, and so He could say without any doubt, "ye are already perfect," and they were instantly made whole! The word of God is creative. It embodies the capacity to manifest! (And the Word was God). There is really no mystery to Spiritual Healing, it is simply an awareness of being the presence of God, and avowing that awareness. And don't take my word for it. Anyone who realizes that the I within them is the Father, can quickly become an effective Spiritual Healer. At first, I am sure that I was more surprised at the healing than were they who were healed .
or how do you see yourself in relation to God?
As for my thoughts on Calvary. Why did they choose to crucify Jesus?
Rather than seeing myself as a son of God, I see myself as being an individualized manifestation of God… as God individualized. To see myself as a son, still infers duality… there is me and Him, whereas seeing myself as God individualized, I see myself as a miniature manifestation of the Whole. I see myself then as the presence of the Ocean, or the presence of the Vine. Not apart FROM, but a part OF, Him who is all and in all.! And… to see myself as a son of God, would appear to give being to me, when in fact "I", in my John Doe identity, have NO being! I am but the Source manifesting!
It was not Jesus whom they crucified, They crucified the Father… the I AM. In essence, in crucifying Him, they were rejecting Him (the Vine) as their reality. The I AM within Him whom they nailed to the cross, was the same I AM that IS you!, that is your neighbor, your wife, your mother and so on. There is only ONE Spirit of God, and that One Spirit is your Spirit, your Life and the Life within every other person on the face of the Earth. "I am the first, and I am the last, and beside me, there is none else." Isaiah wrote. This was His reason for allowing them to crucify him. He did not suffer the cross in order to take upon Himself the sins of humanity, He allowed himself to be crucified in order to visibly demonstrate to humanity that the self has to be crucified before the I AM within us can be resurrected. His purpose for coming, was to show humanity what manner of beings we so called human beings really are! His purpose for coming was to show humanity that God was the I AM within us, and to show humanity that man is an Eternal being This was why He said, I and my Father are One, ONE AND THE SAME! Should we refuse to acknowledge Him as our reality, we are as guilty of His crucifixion as were those who called for His crucifixion 2000 years ago.
His disciples never understood what He was telling them. On the night of His crucifixion, His disciple Phillip, asked Him to 'Show us this Father you speak about, and then perhaps we can believe you." Have I been with you all this while and you would ask this question? He said… "He who has seen me, has seen the Father," and they still did not get the message. They failed entirely to realize that they too were God embodied… exactly as Jesus was! And if they had known that He was the Father embodied, as He said, would they have denied knowing Him? I doubt it. The Church would have us believe that the Christ was born to die that we might live. Not so! It is we (the person we believe ourselves to be) who must die, that the Christ might live, for the Christ is not a specific individual, a specific person. The Christ is the person of God personified! When we realize that the "I" within us IS the Father, we automatically take upon ourselves the likeness of our Father. It is that likeness that is the Christ. Our salvation lies in walking in that realization! Whoever should choose to walk AS the Father, in their I AM identity, are no less than Christ's functioning on different levels of God consciousness. In Catholicism there is great emphasis placed on the Virgin Mary. The Virgin Mary is associated with the Virgin birth. This Virgin birth, pertains to the birth of the Christ. The birth of the Christ is always a virgin birth. It takes place in the consciousness of whoever should realize that the I within them is the Father. The womb in which the Christ is conceived, is the consciousness of whoever should see this, be it a man or a woman. This conception is always initiated by the Truth… by the Holy Spirit.( AS it is said, conceived of the Holy Spirit.) When we realize that the "I" within us is God, the Father, and when we have chosen to walk in that consciousness, we begin to take upon ourselves the likeness of the Father. That likeness is the Christ. Thus is the Christ born within us, and the seed that initiates this conception, is the Truth, the realization that the "I" within us is the Father. Thus did He say, I and my Father are One! The birth of the Christ is always a virgin birth, whether that virgin be a male or a female. The Christ is not some Specific individual, the Christ is simply the person of God personified… the Father personified. And this so called 'birth', cannot take place until we realize that the I within us IS the Father. The Virgin birth takes place in whoever should realize that the I within them is God. This 'birth', most certainly cannot take place through the concept of the Spiritual Rebirth that is being, and has been promoted by