Sunday, 10 April 2016

The Question of Salvation

For some incomprehensible reason, most Christians seem to have decided that they can lie, steal, rape, murder and… lo and behold, Jesus died for them on the Cross and therefore they will be ‘saved’. This perversion also enables politicians to murder wholesale their enemies with impunity—the enemies they have been commanded to love.
What utter balderdash!
Yeshûa, or Yehoshûa, (Jesus’ real name) made the question of salvation abundantly clear. “As you sow, so shall you reap.” This has been also stated with equal clarity, some 500 years before Yeshûa was born, by Gautama Buddha, who likewise assured us that: “No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path.”
The concept of Infinite Mercy lies in the understanding of our true nature. We are NOT our bodies. We are Consciousness that resides within our bodies which has at Its disposal physical, emotional, and mental attributes. Those, in turn, enable our Consciousness to experiment with the Infinite Creative Potential that is available for the Individualizations of the Omnipresent Consciousness.
It is only the Consciousness that is immortal. What can be ‘saved’ are our individual contributions to that Potential, which only takes place when we give up our individuality, also known as ego, and merge with the Source from which we emerged.
It may come as solace to some of us to know that the Source abides in duality. The Potential and the Manifestation are two sides of the same coin. They are both infinite and immortal. One is Being, the other Becoming. We should never forget, however, that Becoming is always transient, fulminating, metamorphosing, and hence cannot be immortal in the same sense as the Potential is. Luckily, to quote Albert Einstein, there is no matter—all is energy.
Hence, if we really want to understand the dual nature of Reality, we must accept that the manifested, or the ‘living’, aspect of the Potential is a PROCESS.
Both the Process and the Potential are immortal and omnipresent. This truth will set us free and assure our immortality. 

YESHUA—Personal Memoir of the Missing Years of Jesus”, attempts to illustrate how one man reached the above conclusions. What religions did with them later is another story. To read about that, you have to suffer through another of my novels, PETER & PAUL, an intuitive sequel to YESHUA, which shows how incredibly difficult it must have been for Yeshûa’s followers to accept his teaching. Evidently, this difficulty remains to this day.

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