I’m going to stop here. There’s infinitely more to be said but I don’t wish to wear out your hospitality.
What have we done here? We at InLight Universal have called for an integrated, direct and unitive spirituality. We’ve made the case for it in brief.
We’ve looked at the fact that life has been designed. We looked at the Plan for fulfilling that design.
We haven’t looked at the natural laws that assist in the achievement of life’s purpose or at many of the supporting characters in the leela or divine play that life is. There’s so much to look at that I can’t imagine how many articles it would take.
We looked at the purpose behind the design – the purpose for us (enlightenment) and for God (for God to “meet” God in a moment of our enlightenment).
We looked at how an acceptance of the fact that enlightenment was the purpose of life and that it resulted in all good things leads to an acceptance of everything else spiritual. It provides the rationale for spirituality. It points to the outcome.
We looked at the three main characters in the drama of life – Source, Creator, and Created – or Father, Mother, and Child (or Self).
We must realize the three in successive stages of enlightenment to fulfill this part of the Plan. There are many more stages of enlightenment past knowledge of the Trinity but this is our starting point.
We looked at what it meant to say that we want and are at work on an “integrated, direct, and unitive spirituality.” We’re taking what we can identify as the truest teachings of all religions and integrating them, to produce a spirituality that requires no intermediary, and results in the kind of love, peace, and wisdom that sees and embraces all beings as One.
And finally we looked at the phenomenon known as “enlightenment,” a radical discontinuity in knowledge and experience that lifts a person, temporarily or permanently, to a higher plane of life.
Rather than a picture, we’ve reproduced a puzzle actually. This is a 5D puzzle because the pieces not only need to be rightly arranged but each piece then needs to be gone into deeper and deeper.
It’s a story I never tire of writing about.
Thank you for hearing our call for an integrated, direct, and unitive spirituality. May we realize that goal in the near future.