It is time for humanity to grow up and take responsibility for its own divinity, time to stop shifting the responsibility onto some other. We are divine and we need to start acting like it.
The second coming of Christ is Christ coming out in each of us. The coming of Maitreya is Maitreya’s coming out in all of us. Every part of the globe has been reached by the teachings of His emissaries now it is our time to step up to the plate.
Nietzsche was right when he said God is dead. The god of the past is dead and we can celebrate his passing. Now is the time for the living god, God in the living. We are the representatives and it is a tremendous responsibility. We must prepare ourselves. We must clean ourselves of confusion and childish thinking. Meditation is the cleaning tool.
We do not need intermediaries standing between the divine and ourselves. Jesus said the Kingdom of God is within, then why are we looking without. Buddha said “Be a light unto yourself” then why are we searching for a lamp. We find the way by walking. There is no path to follow. We will be making the path with each of our steps. But we must start walking. We have to take courage.
We have to bring home, reel in, and withdraw all of the projections we have made to create a God. We are the creator. Let’s bring that entire energy home and let it start living as God.
God is here and now as us Being God. Hallelujah. Amen.
This is from the collection of stories, essays, poems and insights that is compiled to form the book From Lemurs to Lamas: Confessions of a Bodhisattva. Order the book Here.
3 thoughts on “Being God”
Yes and yes!
And to me conscious awareness is the key… and meditation is just one tool…
Meditation in the Absolute is Awareness – Consciousness. Yes.
Wonderful article even though some areas are not too clear but the idea of taking responibility is very relevant. Permit me to disagree on this issue. I do not see the God of the past as being dead. If he/she were the past which is foundational to the present would be not…..and so too the present. I rather have a concept of God that is inclusive of the past, present and future. I may be limiting God if he/she becomes a God only of the present. Thanks for the thought and the energy that flows from it.