The transfigurative-heart awaits God as God is already-appearing. This transparent paradox is the opening of all heart’s as all incarnations to receive the light, the sound and living love. It is the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. It is writings in the heart before there was a heart to writes. Love is the key, and love is paramount as the divine invitation of the heart to give and receive.
It is the word of the Lord pouring into the heart as it signifies its own transfiguration as unfolding as many into the one and the one as the many It is a true polarity or identity? Yes, and no because the transfigurative-heart is the true surrender of the heart as it exists as God and with God discovered. We have said that leaves every page open, and one is never lost as to where in the book they are.
It is the creative wedding of the heart. It is beyond karma and is a flow of grace into the cells of the body. Man lives beyond life and death and each generation discovers anew because it is divine awareness made the miraculous present for each heart. When you fall in love, there is a silence of the heart speaking its fluidity. This where the transfigurative-heart is the welcoming of true love as the love of God across all the fields of experience.
Love is celebrated as the announcements of the heart. It is not an announcement of the world. The two are often confused, and it is easy for love to exchange many times in a lifetime. Each act is the coming of God into greater awareness as God is already there. It is the creative-emergences as neither standing nor streaming as awareness. It is a parallax of creative emergence as the soul realizes its perfection. God is neither a subject nor an object of thought but that by way of which either may appear.
Coming into alignment is the attunement of the heart as the awaiting heart sees the presence of God through all the lights of its heart. The beloved is the first-and-foremost realization what God has given to all things are as the creative emergence of the beloved as God already appears through all things. It is parallax of acceptance in transfigurative-heart as already-transformed by God being transubstantiated as it. God is always there. The beloved knows it and engages it as the living love of the light and sound of God.
This is like saying that one is God see the eyes of love. Jesus the Christ taught this as the key to the heart: love yourself as I have loved you and loved your neighbor as yourself. This transubstantiation of the heart is regularly found in one place, and its reference is invariably Jesus teaching the transfigurative-heart as its creative core. Each heart is every heart made clear as the consecrated heart where body and mind are uncovered in the true parallaxes of divine loving. Jesus embodies the heart of the beloved and the beloved is the heart of all the prophets made whole and full beyond time and space. The prophecies were once true and now divinity is realized as the very transubstantiation of the heart beyond time and space.
These books are about listening. It addresses the wisdom already within you. It was there before you were born, and it will be there after you leave. It is beyond the distractions of the body, conflicts with the emotions, and the contradictions of the mind. It is about who you are and listening to who you are. It is to help you find your own direct knowledge with your energy and the truth in creating abundance and balance in your life. It is about the stillness of your soul and all its inner harmonies, which are your spiritual expression. It brings forth your innocence, truth, blessings, miracles, consecration, grace, and living love. You are a creative being whose keys to emergence lies deep within. This emergence is beyond space and time, and it plays as your inner verse. You are poetry of being. It is time for you to claim it and to love yourself and all the other sources within you. It is your soul awareness.
About the Author
John Kadela, Ph.D. says he is a slow learner. He studied the question of consciousness for 35 years. He says it took that long to realize he was studying mysticism. It wasn’t a question of consciousness, but to realize how one uses it. This led him to study philosophy, communications and clinical psychology. He has presented papers and research into multi-dimensional consciousness and cross-cultural thought. He practiced as a psychologist for 30 years and is a life-coach in spiritual counseling.