Much of this book concerns the power of words to set the sail of consciousness. And, much more importantly, through its wide open door, to influence the subconscious, which so powerfully prejudices our outlook and being. This is so tremendously important to those embracing the homeward spiritual Path because they are largely concerned with conforming consciousness with THAT of their innate divinity. Their goal therein is to permanently assume their Reality as an immortal citizen of the endlessly ongoing spiritual Hierarchy.
The importance of comporting consciousness and foci of awareness in and as the One’s immanence cannot be overstated. Spiritual progress amounting to the fulfillment of one’s raison d’etre depends upon realizing and practicing that unity.
"To be or not to be" is the question whose correct answer is your choice to eliminate the sense of separation from your perceptive Life. Then being and not-being simultaneously share a berth (birth) in your awareness. "To be" (focusing attention as vibration) intertwines with "not to be" (surrendering to Mother's mysterious urging on the zero point cosmic mean). Then God rehearses light enacting divine Love, and you abide in a hamlet awash in peace.
Manifest phantoms are but sirens who have no part with THAT light as you distinguish them as separate entities. But you can Artfully include the maya of false conception in and as the One by tripping the light fantastic switch that sunders unreality. You can repolarize illusion by setting its rocky roads into your engagement ring as facets of the One.
Such a prayer to divinity—Make us One—subconsciously inculcates the sense of separation. It sub-consciously convinces the petitioner to identify their being as some sort of delinquent inhabiting a God forsaken corner of cosmos. That is absolutely not True. It completely misses the Zen of right understanding and the living, “electrical” immanence of the mystic’s Reality.
True, the not-self’s outer form may be out of alignment with Higher Beings, including the soul’s own Higher Self. But that out-of-alignment state, of itself, will not ever be made One with Them.
Only the fiery core of that maya of false conception—already One with Higher Beings—will eventually be freed from the onerous karmic burdens that misplaced attention has incorporated into those spectra of consciousness. Only when soul has rendered such spectra divine virtue will they enjoy their originally intended Life on earth immaculately as in heaven.
Inspirited, awakening whole-eye Holy Spirit winds are a commentary on movement coalesced with omnipresence.
Spiritual communication with words is tricky because all words are based upon conceptual duality. Thus, to usefully encourage resonance with the One, spiritual teachings and Self conception must avoid subconscious programming away from oneness. Part one of this book illumines you to avoid carelessly using words, even as prayer, which can unwittingly confine the soul in false conception. Parts two to five enlarge upon this posture with insights into the nature of Truth; the images of nothingness we inhabit to evolve the One; why the human species exists; paradox and mystery impelling our endless conclusion.
About the Author
Lloyd Leiderman attended the Rochester Institute of Technology, attaining a BS, majoring in photographic science and instrumentation. He worked as an optical physicist at Technical Operations, Inc., a premier optical R&D lab; an optical engineer at Stocker and Yale Corporation, and a statistical analyst at Avco Everett Research Laboratory. He then worked as a computer programmer and copy editor for The Summit Lighthouse, Inc. After that he served as a CNA: Certified, Nursing Assistant. Now he is a writer and practitioner of spiritual techniques designed to anchor divine light and virtue individually and in world service.