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Re: I AM

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Posted by Greg Armel on March 4, 2000 00:54:08 UTC

Behold: Jesus is one with God. I am one with God. I am one with Jesus. I am God. I am man. I AM is the only consciousness of the universe, though divided into parts perceiving separateness. So in the I AM is also the Messiah Complex... a flesh unit claiming monopoly over the totality, denying others the right to unity with God... the crux of the church problem... the church takes position between God and Man, denying the unity given by God to each of God's mini selves: us!

Greg: God sanctifies the Soul of Self-Awareness as Awareness in its own right, through the Gift of Free-Will. Thus Man IS God's Image, not a mini God. In Oneness, God may bestow upon Man, the option to call upon God's Omnipotence. Such was the case in regards the miricles performed by Jesus. This does not demonstrate that All men are one with God, even though God IS One with All Men. Jesus was Blessed with Oneness from Birth, As an Example of what Man might achieve and the means by which he might achieve it. He IS the Only One who has been so Blessed. Most Other Men must Aspire to achieve such a level of Oneness, As did Buddha. The Oneness you speak of IS One of Potential, not Birthright. :o)

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