The direct experience of God, or revelation, is rare within the world of time and space; even Mother Teresa revealed she only experienced 7 or 8 months of consistent, direct experience with God. “A Course in Miracles” states that, “If God were reached directly in sustained awareness, the body would not be long maintained.” (M-26.3:8) You can however attain a state of consistent happiness and peace through practicing to the fullest. Parables of Helen Schucman, Bill Thetford, and David Hoffmeister’s life show that it only takes 1% principle, but 99% practice! Let your pathway to Awakening find you and follow it all the way through!
Tag: Revelatory Experience
The Holy Spirit does not see the world the way a personality-self sees the world. The Holy Spirit sees it all as the same. To the ego, variety is the spice of life and sameness can seem boring, but David explains how sameness single-mindedness is not boring. It is glee, because it is prior to judgment in the mind.
It is the concepts in the mind that seem to be fragmented into many separate parts. All the world’s a stage and the divine Mind can play no part. When we awaken from the fragmentation, the world ceases to exist. “A Course in Miracles” is calling us into the experience of revelation, which is like blazing light. Most of us are not ready for revelation, but we are ready for miracles.
The spiritual journey is fun. David gives examples of how the Holy Spirit uses symbols that we are attracted to, that help us arrive at an experience that is not of this world. We are entitled to miracles. David describes an experience where he goes into blazing light and all images are gone. We are not going to get hurled into heaven. We are preparing for it. It’s why we are on this journey, so that we can go into revelation readiness.
The body’s eyes do not see. The first 10 lessons of “A Course in Miracles” lay out this idea very clearly and springboard into the grandaddy of all ideas, “God is in everything I see because God is in my mind.” (W-29) Of course, God isn’t in the table as I see it. Yet the practical element, while I still believe I see through the body’s eyes, is seeing the purpose the table holds along with all the universe: to know I am one with Source. The Holy Spirit equalizes all the images of the world and shows me their sameness so I can be steady and at peace. When I see differences, I am blind. Coming into spiritual vision, I start to see sameness and my mind begins to loosen from the inability to judge. The result is truly peace.
God did not create you to strive to be a better self. That is a defense against “Be still and know that I am God.” (T-4.in.2:2) Let go of the images and open to love and light. There is no sacrifice in this, only the discovery of Self. You may experience disorientation; don’t try to figure it out; surrender. Be held by a mighty companion. Spirit will guide you.
First find the true Joy in life, then transcendence is a given. Light experiences are pure revelation and unspeakable in terms of language and form. From fragmentation to wholeness, the universe is literally reinterpreted and transcended. Here, there is no individual “I.” When we see the meaninglessness of this world, it is literally “game over” for the ego, which is, of course, terrifying to it. All time is “sucked out” of perception when we truly allow “all things to be exactly as they are.”