Thursday, August 24, 2017
As our senses are filled with the one experience of God our entire earth (all that constitutes our consciousness) is instantaneously “also” visible and tangible as the one form of good.
The feeling or experience of oneness is — constitutes — form.
The "two" are one and inseparable, but we have to know this truth and be able to rest empty and desire-less, to be the nothingness of personal self God requires of us — the attentive vacuum, the clear, receptive window, the utter emptiness and silence of being — for the image and likeness of God (the clear form) to be tangible to sense.
From Satisfied With God Alone page 308
by Paul F. Gorman
November 1, 2014
312 pages, paperback,
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