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When you think of Heaven on Earth, you may think of something descending from above, a mould perhaps, impressing itself upon the clay of your human world and making your muddy selves crisply perfect. If you find such ideas lingering at the back of your mind, let them go.
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Your mind is not separate from the world in which you live. It and the world are one: continuous with one another, two sides of a single coin. For the world is nothing but the contents of your mind writ large. You may know therefore that your mind is both beautiful and sad. Beautiful, because the world is beautiful. Sad, because there is much sadness in the world. So your mind therefore is beautiful by its nature, but sad because there is sadness within it.
Your thoughts may feel like flies to a horse: a bit of a nuisance, coming out of nowhere and having a mind of their own. Of course, many of your thoughts are useful to you. They provide a link between the impetus within that drives you on day by day and the actions you take in the world. They seem to explain you to yourself. But even these thoughts may be deceptive.
The human mind is a beautiful space. Your thoughts are precious. Your thoughts bridge the gap between the seen and unseen worlds. Every thought you have has a creative power. Each one carries energy into the physical world and that energy changes the world.
Much traffic crosses these mental bridges besides those thoughts you consciously generate yourself. Learning to observe this traffic can be of great benefit to you. When you observe with love, your love transforms thoughts as they travel. They become vehicles for love and take that love into the world.
When you move into worship, you move into oneness. There ceases to be a distinction between you worshipping the Source and the Source worshipping you.
At some point in this process you may discover an observer: some part of you is observing this process and is therefore to some extent outside of it. For worship to be complete the observer must relinquish its role. But how might this be done?
The part of you that is the observer is very important. It sits and watches all the events of your life and creates a story, or multiple stories, out of them. In many ways it is the glue that holds your personality self together, and to have that self fall apart can feel very frightening. If you let the observer dissolve into a sea of oneness, what remains of you?
If you choose to enter a state of worship, the first thing you may encounter is an unworthiness or a reluctance to receive love. This is natural. When you acknowledge your own divinity and the indissoluble connection of your divinity with the Source of All, something is going to scream. What screams is every part of you that has hidden for shame. Worship brings these parts blinking into the light and expecting punishment.
There is no punishment. You are innocent in the eyes of God, whatever you have done or not done. A jewel is no less a jewel for having picked up some mud on its travels. But for you, to know that you are innocent is a skill. This skill can be acquired through worship.
Worship is a natural state of consciousness. It comes about as you witness the infinite worth of the Source of All and allow that the Source is simultaneously witnessing your own infinite worth. So worship is simply a ship full of worth – a ship of infinite capacity, infinitely full. You may sail the Universe in this ship.
While such a state is natural it has not necessarily been easy to attain. Much can stand in its way. What stands in its way is judgement, any and all judgements. It makes no difference whether the judgement is of yourself or of others or of the world. You are an infinite being and every judgement reduces you, for it declares that something is not accepted by you, whether it is the size of your feet or the state of the world. Judgement creates separation. Where there is separation you cannot act effectively. Anything you wish to change must first be accepted as it is.
What does it mean? What is it to do with you? Resurrection tells you that you are safe. It tells you that no matter what happens, a fresh start comes. More than that, it tells you that nothing is lost. New shoots are nourished by last year’s dead leaves. Nothing is wasted.
Your world is going through a process of resurrection. Does this mean that you must die to be born again in the new world? That depends on who you think ‘you’ is.
There are immense flows of light entering your world. Complex currents of light weave together to create a broad river that you will learn to navigate with increasing skill, ease and joy. This river of light is transformative. It will reshape your world. Over fifty years or so it will flow and then there will be a lull, an interval in which human consciousness comes to know itself more deeply, an arrival at a place of inner peace, a foundation for new ways of being.
You live in the midst of the Sun. For the spiritual body of the Sun extends far beyond the Earth. This body of light is the medium in which you exist. It is a medium which permeates your being and out of which your body is made. You are in the process of building a body of light so that you may more fully live the life of the Sun.
Light loves you. The light that lies behind all things is drawn to you. You are a doorway through which light finds expression in the outer world. You are fulfilling light’s agenda. For light is conscious; indeed we may say that light is the fundamental substance of consciousness. Light’s purpose is to become more of itself: consciousness becoming more conscious. You are both a means by which that purpose is fulfilled and an object of the purpose. For light wishes to bring you into greater consciousness.
How might you invite more good into your life? Suppose yourself to be an open door with the welcome mat. Who might come up your path? What might they bring? Imagine that there are angels day and night coming to your door. What are they bringing? What gifts? And how might you receive them?