Tuesday, May 28, 2013
A mystic through and through.....
There is one God, known by many names.
God speaks personally and directly to all human beings via their conscience.
Those who live with integrity, following their conscience with mindfulness and meditation/prayer are in a relationship with God.
Humanity is neither good nor bad, rather both, and God has given us a choice in life, to choose goodness which leads to progression, or to choose wrong-doing.
The most fundamental guidelines in life, should we chose the path of goodness are ‘Good Thoughts, Good Words, Good Deeds.’
We have the community of those who chose the good path, and our own conscience (the voice of God) for interpretation of Good Thoughts, Good Words, and Good Deeds.
Scripture is that which leads us into goodness and away from evil and which guides us into a prayerful or meditative state.
God leads all into truth and goodness, teaching us how to progress and saving us from our wrong-doings.
God is the light which illuminates all darkness,
God is all clarity,
God is all progressivity.
God is the source of all which progresses life and dispels darkness and evil.
Humanity is in charge of creation, we are the workers of God, and as such we have all the necessary tools to progress the Earth and to make life a paradise.
We can destroy it or transform it.
Rituals perform a socially cohesive function, they are for humanity not for God, and God does not need worship, sacrifice or praise.
We glorify God through the quality of our actions towards each other, through our ability to think rightfully and through our speech.
We invoke and beseech God to aid us in those things.
Meditating on God’s qualities vivifies them in our lives.
God rewards us in this life for our goodness, attracting goodness toward us. God does not draw evil toward us nor does God punish us.
God is infinitely merciful and infinitely compassionate and has given us our conscience as a vehicle for progression.
We learn from our mistakes with given conscience in us.
We should seek the beautiful, recognising it as being. This means never picking on other's faults and looking for the ugly or wrong in life.
Rectifying wrong when need be but not looking for it.
We should trust in the path of Good Thoughts, Good Words, Good Deeds, and have faith in its efficacy, listening to the voice of God as we go along.
We should seek the company of those who have faith, not judging people by the label of their chosen or inherited response to God's voice.
We should remember God throughout the day and begin and end each day with meditation and or prayer, being grateful for the day's goodness and thankful for the lessons of the day.
We should be ever mindful of our thoughts, words and deeds, always examining ourselves not others and rectifying our wrong doings without dwelling on them and creating false idols out of them.