Cultivate Awareness of the Spiritual Presence in Daily Life with the Consciousness of the Universe
byPeter A Twight
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I AM Reality. This is a day I have made. Rejoice in it with a grateful heart. Be thankful for all the blessings I have provided. I timed the expansion of the universe so life would form, and the structures of its expansion so humans would evolve, and you could be here to know and to love life. You look around your world and wonder where I am; I am before and everywhere in this universe. Your species is beginning to appreciate the complexity and dangers of my evolutionary processes of integration of both the dimensions of my Spirit and my space/time. I will guide you if you seek me. I did not evolve this creation to be interpreted by experts, but to be discovered by every person for peace and joy with me. Seek me through meditation or prayer. Remember I am not an object, a “God”, belonging to any religion. I Am the Reality of this world and the Universe. I Am all of REALITY. Seek me this day and find joy. See the incredible beauty and complexity of my Reality. This day can be yours to choose to enjoy or to find fault or fear. Be Realistic and choose joy
These are trouble times. There is an abundance of anxiety and stress to dominate your thoughts and life. This book can open up a whole new level of reality for you and give you peace and a new understanding of what’s going on; as if the consciousness of the universe is speaking directly to you.
About the Author
This author is particularly well-suited to write this book because he has done extensive biblical research using the works of great biblical authors, and has been an ordained Methodist minister. He also is an experienced analyst of this created world in that as a Forester he has studied and utilized nature to grow forests. In that process he has studied wildlife, watershed hydrology, the human impacts of harvesting and maintaining nature as a partner with nature to provide for human needs. Thus he has both academic and practical operational experience with the creation in the context of human needs and behaviors. One might suppose that the religious establishment has a corner on understanding the totality of theology. On the contrary they have not successfully integrated science of the creation into theology. That subject is too broad for the increasingly narrow focus of PhD scholarship, not only practically but economically. A PhD scholar would be very reluctant to attempt this broad unifying activity, and would not have time to engage with enough operational empathy personally to write this book.