RATHER THAN JOINING/CONNECTING
THEREFORE ZOHAR BODY
DOES NOT & CANNOT
TOLERATE OR ADMIT
DENSITIES OF ATTRACTING
NOTHING DISTURBS REALITY
PRIMAL REPOSE CANNOT BE
DISTURBED OR DETERMINED
BY ANYTHING UNREAL
SHADOWS OF REALITY DO NOT EXIST.
SHADOWS & REALITY CANNOT CO-EXIST.
DISTURBANCE & PURE LOVE’S PEACE CANNOT
DRUNKS HAVE DESIGNATED DRIVERS
NEVERBORNS HAVE DESIGNATED HOLOGRAMS
OR INFINITE ZOHARS
IN/OF/AS/ GOD/ZOHAR ALONE
THERE ARE NO GIFTS
THERE ARE NO JOININGS
RELEASES INTO GOD ALONE
How Can Anything Disturb God?
April 12, 2006
Requirements, Jan 05
I was fortunate to meet Jasmuheen in 2000 when she spoke about living on light (prana) in California.
This interview can catalyze higher consciousness.
LiveYourLight.com. newsletter 8/1/14
“A new commandment I give unto you, that ye love one another.”
Ouspensky states, in “Tertium Organum,” that “love is a cosmic phenomenon,”
and opens to man the fourth dimensional world, “The World of the Wondrous.”
Real love is selfless and free from fear.
It pours itself out upon the object of its affection, without demanding any return.
Its joy is in the joy of giving.
Love is God in manifestation, and the strongest magnetic force in the universe. Pure, unselfish love draws to itself its own; it does not need to seek or demand. Scarcely anyone has the faintest conception of real love.
Man is selfish, tyrannical or fearful in his affections, thereby losing the thing he loves.
Jealousy is the worst enemy of love, for the imagination runs riot, seeing the loved one attracted to another, and invariably these fears objectify if they are not neutralized.
For example : A woman came to me in deep distress. The man she loved had left her for other women, and said he never intended to marry her. She was torn with jealousy and resentment and said she hoped he would suffer as he had made her suffer; and added, “How could he leave me when I loved him so much?”
I replied, “You are not loving that man, you are hating him,” and added,
“You can never receive what you have never given.
Give a perfect love and you will receive a perfect love.
Perfect yourself on this man.
Give him a perfect, unselfish love, demanding nothing in return,
do not criticize or condemn, and bless him wherever he is.”
August 2014 Angelic Ascension Newsletter
The final scene in The Grapes of Wrath (John Steinbeck) is one meant to instill some modicum of hope. The debilitated Rose of Sharon breastfeeds the starving man in the barn to sustain him. She gives what was meant for her baby to a complete stranger, an example of selfless sacrifice for the sake of community instead of individual well-being. Yet it took a deep personal loss, the delivery of a stillborn child, to enable Rose of Sharon to aid the man. She cares for the anonymous man with the same love as she would her child, eschewing her selfish individual concerns for a communal good.
To set the stage, Rose of Sharon, who is recently pregnant and just lost a baby, and a few of the remaining Joads have found shelter in an old barn. Upon entering, they realize two men, obviously struggling and near death, have already occupied the abandoned barn.
Last words in Grapes of Wrath:
For a minute Rose of Sharon sat still in the whispering barn.
Then she hoisted her tired body up and drew the comfort around her.
She moved slowly to the corner and stood looking down at the wasted face, into the wide, frightened eyes.
Then slowly she lay down beside him.
He shook his head slowly from side to side.
Rose of Sharon loosened one side of the blanket and bared her breast.
“You got to,” she said.
She squirmed closer and pulled his head close.
“There!” she said. “There.”
Her hand moved behind his head and supported it.
Her fingers moved gently in his hair.
She looked up and across the barn, and her lips came together and smiled mysteriously.