CHRIST REALIZATION YOGA – DAY 15

(Inspired by but not limited to A Course in Miracles Teachings (1st Edition), Mind Science, New Thought, Metaphysics, Yogic Philosophy, Quantum Physics, Eastern Thought, and writings by Paramahansa Yogananda)

DAY 15
My thoughts are energy and information that when given belief appear to take form. The film strip running through the projector of the split-egoic-ahamkar mind is projected out onto the screen of what appears to be a world of dancing macabre images. This is far from Radical Right Perception. When I make images, I am seeing a dream movie of subjective, relative thought with actor and actress ego consciousness that become bodies and seem to incarnate. My ego tries to direct the movie of image making out of its fractured matrix film projector and manipulate what it calls ‘real’. Only Radical Right Perception is Real. When I begin to see light surrounding objects, Radical Right Perception is at work, and my shared Christ Mind beam of light from the film projector of God Mind that creates rather than makes is being accessed. At this stage in the yogic discrimination process between the ego-director and God-Mind at one with Christ Mind Director/Producer, I am still dismantling the dream world, the dance of illusion images that appear “out there” in the wilderness desert. These are important, but small steps that my True Self is taking.

 

As I begin to have episodes of light, I shall not fear them for they are signs of awakening to the Truth that I am One with the one beam of God light emanating from the only Real Allness Source, the True blockbuster film producing the Reality-Truth Continuum. I must take this necessary step towards final moksha liberation. When I am in yoga-union with God, I will see truly in Radical Right Perception the light transmissions of bliss and peace waves. My Divinity Source, Brahman, the Dao, Wuij Supreme in at-one-ment with my Christ Self or Atman will now color my perceptions of what I think I see with beautiful golden-white light. I will now merely say to myself, this or that object that I appear to see is an image that I have made, but not created in conjunction with Radical Right Perception. I am waking up from maya hypnosis and detaching from dualistic thinking. Divinity did not create the images that I have made, but God Mind creates and emanates the one light beam from the True Quantum and Unified Field from which all Real Life comes and exists in the causal ideational and astral-energetic realms. It is time to dissolve the dance macabre of sleep-induced image making. I will turn my ego-projector off and allow Brahman-Father-Mother to creatively communicate His/Her One Eternal Motion Picture through the apparatus of my Christ Mind. Aum. Let me see the One Light piercing through the veil of the prakriti image circus I have projected out from the Split-Ego-Hollywood-like Mind.

 

RISE FIRST, THEN DIE: A BRIEF GLIMPSE AT THE GOSPEL OF PHILLIP

by Bryan Rice on October 31, 2009.

In the Gospel of Phillip, Jesus says, “Those who say the will die first then rise are in error. If they do not first receive the resurrection while they live, when they die they will receive nothing.” What does he mean? What is meant by the resurrection?

According to Lawarence Caruana, author of the book The Hidden Passion: The Story of the Gnostic Christ, the idea of resurrection that Phillip speaks of in his gospel, is closely tied to the sacrament of Redemption. Resurrection is seen to be a “visionary ascent through the aeons” of the Pleroma, done to prepare a person for their “after-death ascent”. Someone being initiated into the Gnostic Christian faith would receive Redemption for the purpose of gaining gnosis or knowledge of the names of the beings in the Lower and Upper Aeons who “would receive that person during their post-mortem or visionary ascent” (A Glossary of Gnostic Terms – http://www.gnosticq.com).

L. Caruana focuses specifically on the term resurrection further down in his glossary of terms. He cites the traditional Gnostic idea that there won’t be a bodily resurrection, and that the soul dwells temporarily in the body, which he says belongs to the Archons. The Gospel of Judas and the Testimony of Truth both say that the body or flesh will be left behind.

I intuit that there is more to the idea that Jesus said, written in Phillip’s gospel. Attaining gnosis or knowledge about the Heavenly Realm or Fullness from whence we came, is integral to making one’s self ready to travel “The Way” back to the Father/Mother. It’s almost like Jesus is instructing that knowing about or having had a glimpse of one’s intended destination, according to the Will of the Transcendent God – to redeem every living thing back into his/her fold – is a necessary preparation for a soul to be “homeward bound”. Perhaps Jesus was emphasizing that experiencing gnosis or the Divine Presence was primary to avoiding reincarnation back into matter or to another life afflicted by distractions that keep a person seemingly separate from God. According to Archbishop Christian Thomas Umberger, a person must experience a second birth, the resurrection, fueled by “self-realization” to secure a place in the Pleroma as a begotten son or daughter of God. He stated furthermore, as a result of “resurrection” before death, a person can become an Aeon in the Fullness of God.

The reality that someone who doesn’t experience resurrection prior to dying, as Jesus says, they will receive nothing, I can only infer that he meant, having not attained any knowledge about one’s true identity, their Ultimate Source, and “The Way” home to the Father/Mother, would leave a person trapped, a prisoner to the flesh, remaining in ignorance. Hence they would receive nothing comparable to the ascent through the Aeons, because they remained in darkness.

Messianic Consciousness: The Way to Christhood

In the Gospel of Phillip, Jesus says, “Those who say the will die first then rise are in error. If they do not first receive the resurrection while they live, when they die they will receive nothing.” What does he mean? What is meant by the resurrection?

According to Lawarence Caruana, author of the book The Hidden Passion: The Story of the Gnostic Christ, the idea of resurrection that Phillip speaks of in his gospel, is closely tied to the sacrament of Redemption. Resurrection is seen to be a “visionary ascent through the aeons” of the Pleroma, done to prepare a person for their “after-death ascent”. Someone being initiated into the Gnostic Christian faith would receive Redemption for the purpose of gaining gnosis or knowledge of the names of the beings in the Lower and Upper Aeons who “would receive that person during their post-mortem or visionary ascent” (A Glossary…

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