April 13, 2019
To paraphrase Lao Tzu, “If you can name it, it isn’t it.” If we believe in the reality of that which appears in and of itself it is not God. If we make entities out of that which seems to be we find ourselves serving them by loving, hating, or fearing them. We are out of God consciousness.
But when we remove belief in appearance we become a transparency for the light of God and we begin to see clearly.
“Do not judge by partiality, but judge a just [truthful, God-is-all] judgment.”
(John 7:24, Lamsa translation)
From Chapter 12, The Visibility of God
Healing of the Body page 152