The circle of God created man. What you really need to do is have the circle and put the man in the circle. God created man in and of Himself.
Man is an each-ness in the all-ness which is God. God creating Himself and in the form of man within His consciousness. When we can get this understanding it will help us in all of our spiritual ways, especially in prayer. We seldom have launched ourselves into the consciousness of God out here, out there, somewhere. In prayer we try to reach God, we try to get into God. But prayer is not trying to get into God, or trying to get God into us. In Genesis we read that God created man in His image and after His likeness.
God created man in His image and after His likeness. The point, to keep the thread here, God here refers to cosmic energy in a creative process, not something that is somewhere the universal activity which is everywhere. The image is not the man-like God but an idea in divine mind of perfect man. So, man is God seeing Himself, out forming Himself, creating Himself. A story is told of a man who searched the world over to find God. One morning when he was shaving he looked and there in the mirror was God looking at him through his own eyes.
Third eye comes from the Ancient Sanskrit which means fountain. The practice of seeing is a flowing forth from you of a spiritual blessing.
This is where I am. The important thing is blessed are the pure in heart, pure in consciousness, pure in the awareness of the allness of God. You will see God everywhere because you see from the consciousness of God. You project the consciousness of God. In other words, you see from God.
God is present in all the ways in His entirety. Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God. So, God created man in His own image and after His likeness, image is you as God sees you, always. No matter what condition your life is in, the image is you as God sees you. And the likeness, it always has to be worked out in your consciousness, not formed in your body and affairs.
It is your destiny to produce a likeness with and without of the divine image within.
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As we have a goal it is believable and unachievable. There is that in you, which in me, which is always perfectible. If a goal is believable and achievable. There is that in you and in me that is always perfectible. Be perfect as your Father in Heaven is perfect. There is that in you that is perfectible. I am the presence of God where I am. I am the Christ, the Son of the Living God. I see myself as God sees me, courageous, strong, and healthy.
I see myself as God sees me, successful and happy in abundance. Paul talks about putting on the Christ. This is very confusing to the religious seeker. We think of it as putting on a mask, putting on something from without. To put on the Christ is not putting on something like a mask.
We are told the eyes of God are two pure to behold iniquity. If he sees crime then God must be a criminal.
If he sees sickness then God must be sickness. This is the code of the Universe. To judge righteously is to see good in people, see good in conditions, hold to the good. Forgiveness is a problem that many of us have in our thoughts of God.
The purpose of your life is to out form this divine image in your body and affairs. By the will or creative intention of God in you is a ceaseless line to perfecting your life experience by which God eternally sees you as being. In truth we talk about the divine potential of a person. Some people deal with this as something extraneous to themselves, something that you can achieve or somehow get into your life from the outside.
We see that with divine perfection we image them from a higher dimension, we see them as a person no matter how perverse. You can never be less than the holy potential that you are. The deepest sum of you is you as God sees you, is God seeing Himself as you. It is hard to see in some people. Think about this. Here is a youngster tracking into the newly polished kitchen floor with grime from head to foot after playing on a slikey, carrying mud allover the floor.
Beneath the layer of grime is a boy in there somewhere who is simply soiled a little, and the soil can be removed with a little soap and water. Beneath the habits and perverse ways of a teenager is a child of God with the potential to be uncovered and discovered. We see the teenager out in the world doing all sorts of perverse things, sometimes even criminal things. God can only see good because God is good. God can only see life and wholeness. I need to just get in tune with that. The little boy, or the teenager may not be aware of his divine nature.
Every person is a whole person on the quest of becoming whole. You may see limitation and illness. You want to help him, you want to help him to see that, to know that, see Himself as a child of God and to act the part. We used to say with children in Sunday School when they were acting up. Actually act the part of your divine identity.
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This concept of the Christ as the divine potential in every person is a sad deficiency by and large in the wide screen of Christianity. Think of it as a religion that you put on. You go to church to get religion. You put it on like a mask as a person puts on his Sunday meeting clothes to go to church. In the limitation of this Christian concept the Christ is not Jesus. I fully recognize that many folks would be terribly irritated if they knew I was saying such a thing.
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