Blessed Night, Loves 😊

I Pray All Is Well With Everyone…And Your Hearts And Minds Are Full Of Love, Joy, And Compassion…For Yourselves And Everyone Else…All Over The World. Whenever We Feel Those Higher Qualities Well Up Within Our Hearts And Minds…Let Us Give Thanks And Praises; And Let Us Always Consider Them In Our Dealings With Others. But Wherever Those Higher Qualities May Be A Struggle For Some – For Whatever Reasons – Know That It Is Only A Call Away To Connect With Our Own “Mighty I AM Presence” …To Be Filled With An Abundance Of Divine Love…And The Divine Knowledge And Guidance As To How We Can Radiate That Love Back Into The Atmosphere. And When We Radiate Our Loving Energy Back Into The Atmosphere…No Matter Where It Reaches…It Is A Benefit For Everyone!  Amen…Smiling Face with Open HandsPurple HeartPurple HeartPurple Heart

Give Thanks And Praises For Love And Life…Folded Hands: Medium-Dark Skin ToneRevolving Hearts

And Y’all Be Love…Growing HeartGrowing HeartGrowing Heart

“God created man in His own image. Male and female, in one, created He them.”

“Man in his cosmic aspect is a being very superior to that which is commonly looked upon as a “man,” and which is described in books on anthropology, anatomy, etcetera. Such external sciences deal only with the grossly material body of external terrestrial man, while the essential body of macrocosmic and microcosmic man is beyond the reach of external observation.

In the study of man as a cosmic being there are three subjects to be considered, although the three are only three aspects of one. These three subjects are God, Nature, and Man, and neither one of them can be understood in its inner essence without an understanding of the other two. External science, “natural philosophy,” and theology seek to separate them. They regard man as a being separated, distinct, and independent of nature, and nature as something independent of man; while of God they know nothing, and regard the divine power, which is the cause of all life, as if it were something external to nature and man, and beyond their reach.

For this reason, the “man” of modern science has become an unnatural being, without any conceivable object for his existence, and nature is to him an organism evolved by accidence and subject to no other than mechanically acting law. The divine, spiritual, creative, and hidden powers in man and in nature are entirely removed from the field of perception of the “rationalist.”

Man, as a whole, may be conceived of as a planetary spirit, a self-conscious, luminous sphere of unimaginable extent; as, in fact, at present the mental sphere of man has no defined limits; it reaches as far as his thoughts can go. He was created for the purpose of being the image of God. The glory of God was residing in him, and he was penetrated by the light of divine love.

In man is contained everything, God, and the Christ, and the angels, the celestial and terrestrial kingdoms, and the powers of hell. Outside of him is nothing of which he can conceive; he can know nothing except that which exists in his mind. No god or devil, no spirit or any power whatever, can act within man unless it enters into his constitution. Only that which exists in him has existence for him.

Without a realization of this fact the mysteries of religion will remain incomprehensible. It may be interesting and amusing to speculate about all the different gods and celestial hosts that go to make up the Pantheons of the various nations, but such a study does not constitute real knowledge. Only when man’s spiritual perceptions are unfolded and he attains divine knowledge of self, then will he know the Christ and all the celestial powers whose aggregate goes to make up the kingdom of God existing within himself.

“The Spirit of God resides from eternity to eternity only in heaven – that is to say, in His own essence, in the power of the majesty. When it became inbreathed into the image of man, then was heaven in man; for God willed to reveal Himself in man, as in an image created after His own likeness, and to manifest the great wonders of His eternal wisdom.” (Stiefel)”

The Life and Doctrines of Jacob Boehme, by Franz Hartmann, 1891Beloved Archangel Michael quote 21

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