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Is there truly any difference between entities that describe themselves as Germaine, Jeshua, Michael, and who would bring their message through an individual? Is there really any difference among the messengers?
The answer is a resounding yes. And why? When you speak of difference, what you are alluding to is that is there an entity that is its own unique sphere of consciousness arising out of the One Mind. God is aware of God because of God’s creation. You are God’s creation. Therefore, the Father knows Himself because you exist to be aware of Him. Individuation, like the ripple arising out of the ocean, does not change the substance — it’s still all made of one thing — and yet, there is individuation, uniqueness, just as there are several souls associated with the bodies that have gathered in this room, and you all have your own unique, cosmic social security number.
Will it be bankrupt when we get there?
No, it is always, shall we say, overflowing. And you don’t even have to pay into it!
So, understand, then, that when we speak of One Mind, we are not saying that individuality does not exist. We’re merely saying that each being, each created being, has within them the power to operate from the One Mind that I have called Christed Consciousness. It can go by many names. And yet, individuation is eternal. There will never be a time, a moment, or a non-moment, when all of you simply dissolve into some amorphous blob of awareness. In other words, the more you settle into God, the more the desire there is to individuate, so that you can have relationship in which to celebrate the good, the holy, and the beautiful — to dance, eternally at play in the Father’s Kingdom.
Does that help in that regard?
Now, by the way, I would highly suggest that I would never listen to the Germaine fellow. And Michael sometimes is a little… Hmmm. Just kidding, of course.
And Mary shops at K-Mart.
Mmm… I’ve never been able to keep that one under control. Rest assured, we delight with one another, we play with one another, we see the Creator, we see the presence of God as each of us, and we respect our individuation, just as you respect yours. To see the oneness in diversity, to experience communion between two wholes — that is the great promise of the Kingdom. To be in holy relationship in which two Christs, as individuated beings, yet emerging from and operating from the same mind, the same values, the same love, the same compassion, the same wisdom, the same unlimited power to create the good, the holy, and the beautiful … Now that is a dance worth attending.
Therefore, seek not the death of the self, but seek the arisen Self. Hm? That should help.
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