What if there was an actual manual for a prosperous and abundant life? Can you imagine having such a treasure? Think about it—a step by step guide on what and what not to do? An object that will teach us how to obtain what we want and avoid the things we least desire would surely change the world…wouldn’t it?
Well I am here to bring you great news! There IS such a thing in existence and it’s called, the Bible! Yes…the Bible. Now before you click the back browser button or enter a new search, just bear with me for a moment and give me the opportunity to share with you what has been shared with me. This knowledge will surely bring you clarity on a very controversial and often times misunderstood topic.
With so many religious (and nonreligious) beliefs about, all claiming, “to be the one” to follow, it can be quite confusing discovering one that is fitting for you. So I am quite aware that my teachings will not be for everyone. And this is due to the various levels and phases of consciousness we all go through. However, I am quite confident that all who my teachings resonate with, will greatly benefit from what I will be sharing from here on out.
Before I begin, I feel compelled to give you a bit of insight as to who I am and how I’ve come to be. For starters, it should be known that I am NOT easily persuaded. I use logic to discern truth from fiction, right from wrong, better or worse, etc. I am also very analytical. In other words, things have to make sense in order for me to say yes to it. And when I use the term, sense, I am in no way implying ‘common sense’. I’ve discovered sense is not as common as we’d like to believe. I am also a truth seeker. Truth for me is more valuable than belief. Truth is dependable, unwavering and consistent. Truth brings me a great sense of security and comfort because truth is a knowing filled with clarity. Once truth is obtained understanding, acceptance and love can take place easier. Now I didn’t say it’ll be easy. I said ‘easier’.
I can remember a time when the Bible was filled with anything but truth. In fact, it appeared to have more contradictions than anything I’ve been presented with. A lot of its text didn’t make sense to me. I for the life of me could not fathom how God could be so hypocritical. For instance, it never sat well with me that God was soooo “forgiven” yet, there was a place called hell. That DID NOT sound like ‘forgiveness’ to me. Not to mention the parts of the Bible to appeared to condone murder (which, was forbidden in the 10 commandments), slavery, chauvinism, cruelty, and such. I don’t know about you, but I just didn’t buy it. Especially since all whom I inquired about the discrepancies of the text and was told, “Because it’s in the Bible” or “That’s what the Bible says”. Like really?! I KNOW its in the Bible and I KNOW that’s what the Bible said…my question was ‘why’. Never once did I get a response that would appease me. So I did what any logical person would do—I left it alone and rejected all of it.
It wasn’t until I had an experience that destroyed my reality as an earthquake wreaks havoc on a city. There was nothing left of the reality I’ve grown and come to know. Nothing I thought true remained true. That experience left me with a void as if my existence was wiped clean and I was to start from the very beginning. Although I was left without my old truths it seemed as if I was downloaded with information from a collection of consciousness. Information that was an absolute knowing without my having those experiences in this lifetime. I knew that I was much, much more than this clumpy flesh and bones. I knew that I was not a part of this world but I was in it playing a part in it. I knew that the ‘I’ that I am was NOT the ‘I’ I was conditioned to believe to be. At that moment of my experience I discovered I was not the body but the force behind it. But the greatest revelation ever was knowing I could not die! How do I know these things I’ve conveyed? I (the me that’s unseen by naked eye) left my body. And take my word for it, an experience such as that will cause one to search for a different truth…a new truth.
It wasn’t until I began working with a spiritual mentor did I learn that the Bible was about me, for me, as a guide to experience the Kingdom of God and heaven while on earth. My understanding of the text within came with ease as questions that were unanswerable in my childhood and early adulthood were answered. And the answers made sense!! But I didn’t just take the word of my mentor and later, spiritual teachers, I went out into the world and tested, tried and played with the information I was receiving. And in doing so, everything that was taught to me actually took place in my very own life. That’s what sealed the deal for me!
The most important piece of information I received about the context of the Bible is that it is written allegorically. An allegory is a representation of an abstract or spiritual meaning through concrete or material form; figurative treatment of on subject under the guise of another; a symbolic narrative.
The word allegory can be found in the writings of apostle Paul in Galatians 4:21-24 when he was speaking of Abrahams two sons. One born to the slave woman and the son who was born to the free woman:
21Tell me, you who are bent on being under the Law, do you not listen to [what] the Law [really says]? 22 For it is written that Abraham had two sons, one by the slave woman [Hagar] and one by the free woman [Sarah]. 23But the child of the slave woman was born according to the flesh and had an ordinary birth, while the son of the free woman was born in fulfillment of promise. 24Now these facts are about to be used [by me] as an allegory [that is, I will illustrate by using them]: for these women can represent two covenants…
Jesus also spoke in parables as stated in the KJV Matthew 13: 30
30 All these things spake Jesus unto the multitude in parables; and without a parable spake he not unto them.
Essentially this verse states that Jesus spoke in parables and he said nothing without using a parable. Therefore, confirming that the text within are not to be taken literally.
Knowing I was not supposed to take the Bible literally allowed me to become receptive to the teachings of it. Learning the metaphysical interpretation of the scriptures, along with my own personal experience of leaving the body, I find this book to be an invaluable edition to one’s life.
As such, I cannot help but share the gospel (good word) with all who are drawn to it. And I do so with the guidance of Source Creation so that you too may be able to experience true salvation.
I believe it will behoove you to learn the metaphysical interpretation through the understanding of the metaphysical meaning behind the text. Below, I have provided a list of the terminology and their meanings for an in depth knowledge of what I am conveying.
Terms to know:
– Bible – taken from the Latin word biblia meaning book. The Bible is a book of books.
– Christ– Anointed one.
– Consciousness– One’s awareness to the isnessof a thing. It is our knowing that we know.
– Devil– The deceiving phase of mind in man that has fixed ideas in opposition to Truth.
– Evil– That which is not of God; unreality; error in thinking; a by-product of the fallen human consciousness.
– Jesus– Savior; deliverer; helper; the “I” in man’s ‘I am’. Jesus is God’s template of the ideal man.
– Life– The ability to energize, vitalize, enliven, animate and invigorate.
– Metaphysical– traditionally, the word Metaphysics derives from Ancient Greece from a combination of two words – meta, meaning over and beyond – andphysics, thereby, meaning over and beyond the physical.
– Sin– to miss the mark.
– Work– The expression of powers of one’s being and to benefit mankind.
It may surprise you to know that the way we know a word to mean is not at all how they’re used in the Bible. Every person, place and event are metaphysical which addresses our lower and higher consciousness. This is easily depicted in the stories of Cain and Abel, Hasau and Jacob, The Prodigal Son, Joseph and his brothers, just to name a few. Therefore, it is best to read the Bible from a spiritual perspective as opposed to the physical man.
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