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Each time it is Christ himself who comes to add new, Higher Truths, because everything evolves

 
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Each time it is Christ himself who comes to add new, Higher Truths, because everything evolves
Life is characterised by movement, because everything is in motion, everything evolves. This is why truths that have not yet been accepted from the past will now be clarified and understood, and still many other new truths will be added to them. This is what Jesus demonstrated when he presented a new moral code, one that was different from that of Moses. Several times in the Gospels he repeats: 'It was said... but I, I say unto you...' For example: 'It was said: You shall not kill. But I, I say to you: whoever gets angry with his brother will be liable to judgement...It was said: You will love your neighbour and you will hate your enemy. But I, I say to you: Love your enemy and pray for those who persecute you...' The morality brought to us by Jesus was not therefore the morality taught by Moses. And today, why should we not have yet another? Christians will be deeply shocked, because they do not like the idea of anything coming after Jesus; according to them, there is nothing to add. But each time it is the Christ himself who comes to add new, higher truths, because everything evolves.

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Re: Each time it is Christ himself who comes to add new, Higher Truths, because everything evolves
Consciousness continues to expand and as such things change in one way but the structure remains under order :-)
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Re: Each time it is Christ himself who comes to add new, Higher Truths, because everything evolves
Consciousness continues to expand and as such things change in one way but the structure remains under order :-)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 62983834


Spot on!

In time, religions tend to become materialistic: they give increasing importance to form, and the spirit which once animated them is eventually lost. Of course, humans are not ready to live solely in the spirit, in principles; they need to rely on material forms. But God has not given eternity to form. After a while, each form becomes old and must be replaced. Forms are always necessary, in any realm, but they cannot be made to last indefinitely. This is why heaven periodically sends initiates, sages, great Masters, to change the religious forms, but only the forms, never the principles. The principles are unchanging and are the same in all of humanity’s great religions: love, wisdom, truth, freedom, sacrifice. Such principles are unchanging and apply for all eternity.

The universe is governed by principles; these principles can be likened to the numbers 0 to 9, which make up every numerical combination. Principles, like the first ten numbers, are given once and for all, but no one can predict the countless combinations they can produce, as these are infinite. And that is what we have to learn and accept: the new combinations, the new forms engendered over time by the principles, which, themselves, are eternal. In every realm, movement is the law of life. It is therefore a big mistake for religions to want to maintain forms forever. Only principles are eternal, and forms – even those of a religion – have to evolve.

"We must not reject the heritage bequeathed to us by the great spirits of the past. On the contrary, we must meditate on it and immerse ourselves in it. But this does not mean that we should conform to their philosophy in every detail. It is the principles which must be preserved, because they are eternal. As for the forms, they follow the law of life and therefore can and in fact must evolve. It is because this law is not well understood that many misunderstandings occur.

Some people, in their desire to reject forms they find outmoded, reject the principles as well. And others preserve the old forms because they confuse them with the principles. As a result, those who reject the principles no longer have a compass with which to orientate themselves, and those who cling to the forms become rigid. You may ask: ‘But which principles should be preserved?’ All those which emphasize the pre-eminence of the spirit, of goodness, generosity, love, purity, and sacrifice. It hardly matters which forms you use to apply them: in this you are free to choose!"

"The worship of saints is in itself a good thing; no one can be blamed for worshipping statues, icons or relics, or for praying and kneeling before them. But people should be fully aware of what these images and relics actually represent. If you pray before an image, it is not the image itself that will help and protect you: it will only put you in touch with the entity it represents. This in itself is a lot, as many things are then possible, but you must still be aware that the image or object is only a form.

In religion, forms are useful, necessary even, but you must not stop there. Always look for the principle beyond the form, and link in to it to acquire all its qualities. This is the only way your prayers will be answered."

Continue to read:

Principles and Forms
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Re: Each time it is Christ himself who comes to add new, Higher Truths, because everything evolves
Consciousness continues to expand and as such things change in one way but the structure remains under order :-)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 62983834


Spot on!

In time, religions tend to become materialistic: they give increasing importance to form, and the spirit which once animated them is eventually lost. Of course, humans are not ready to live solely in the spirit, in principles; they need to rely on material forms. But God has not given eternity to form. After a while, each form becomes old and must be replaced. Forms are always necessary, in any realm, but they cannot be made to last indefinitely. This is why heaven periodically sends initiates, sages, great Masters, to change the religious forms, but only the forms, never the principles. The principles are unchanging and are the same in all of humanity’s great religions: love, wisdom, truth, freedom, sacrifice. Such principles are unchanging and apply for all eternity.

The universe is governed by principles; these principles can be likened to the numbers 0 to 9, which make up every numerical combination. Principles, like the first ten numbers, are given once and for all, but no one can predict the countless combinations they can produce, as these are infinite. And that is what we have to learn and accept: the new combinations, the new forms engendered over time by the principles, which, themselves, are eternal. In every realm, movement is the law of life. It is therefore a big mistake for religions to want to maintain forms forever. Only principles are eternal, and forms – even those of a religion – have to evolve.

"We must not reject the heritage bequeathed to us by the great spirits of the past. On the contrary, we must meditate on it and immerse ourselves in it. But this does not mean that we should conform to their philosophy in every detail. It is the principles which must be preserved, because they are eternal. As for the forms, they follow the law of life and therefore can and in fact must evolve. It is because this law is not well understood that many misunderstandings occur.

Some people, in their desire to reject forms they find outmoded, reject the principles as well. And others preserve the old forms because they confuse them with the principles. As a result, those who reject the principles no longer have a compass with which to orientate themselves, and those who cling to the forms become rigid. You may ask: ‘But which principles should be preserved?’ All those which emphasize the pre-eminence of the spirit, of goodness, generosity, love, purity, and sacrifice. It hardly matters which forms you use to apply them: in this you are free to choose!"

"The worship of saints is in itself a good thing; no one can be blamed for worshipping statues, icons or relics, or for praying and kneeling before them. But people should be fully aware of what these images and relics actually represent. If you pray before an image, it is not the image itself that will help and protect you: it will only put you in touch with the entity it represents. This in itself is a lot, as many things are then possible, but you must still be aware that the image or object is only a form.

In religion, forms are useful, necessary even, but you must not stop there. Always look for the principle beyond the form, and link in to it to acquire all its qualities. This is the only way your prayers will be answered."

Continue to read:

Principles and Forms
[link to www.google.ch (secure)]

grouphug

hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75290728


The thirst for truth should be unquenchable until you find the living water within and then you can be still to rejuvenate and expand your consciouness which has a ripple effect across all. :-)

There are many room in the house within..but one room within is where eternity is found :-)

I love your writings. I read them all even aid I don't always reply. Bravo and great job hf
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Re: Each time it is Christ himself who comes to add new, Higher Truths, because everything evolves
Consciousness continues to expand and as such things change in one way but the structure remains under order :-)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 62983834


Spot on!

In time, religions tend to become materialistic: they give increasing importance to form, and the spirit which once animated them is eventually lost. Of course, humans are not ready to live solely in the spirit, in principles; they need to rely on material forms. But God has not given eternity to form. After a while, each form becomes old and must be replaced. Forms are always necessary, in any realm, but they cannot be made to last indefinitely. This is why heaven periodically sends initiates, sages, great Masters, to change the religious forms, but only the forms, never the principles. The principles are unchanging and are the same in all of humanity’s great religions: love, wisdom, truth, freedom, sacrifice. Such principles are unchanging and apply for all eternity.

The universe is governed by principles; these principles can be likened to the numbers 0 to 9, which make up every numerical combination. Principles, like the first ten numbers, are given once and for all, but no one can predict the countless combinations they can produce, as these are infinite. And that is what we have to learn and accept: the new combinations, the new forms engendered over time by the principles, which, themselves, are eternal. In every realm, movement is the law of life. It is therefore a big mistake for religions to want to maintain forms forever. Only principles are eternal, and forms – even those of a religion – have to evolve.

"We must not reject the heritage bequeathed to us by the great spirits of the past. On the contrary, we must meditate on it and immerse ourselves in it. But this does not mean that we should conform to their philosophy in every detail. It is the principles which must be preserved, because they are eternal. As for the forms, they follow the law of life and therefore can and in fact must evolve. It is because this law is not well understood that many misunderstandings occur.

Some people, in their desire to reject forms they find outmoded, reject the principles as well. And others preserve the old forms because they confuse them with the principles. As a result, those who reject the principles no longer have a compass with which to orientate themselves, and those who cling to the forms become rigid. You may ask: ‘But which principles should be preserved?’ All those which emphasize the pre-eminence of the spirit, of goodness, generosity, love, purity, and sacrifice. It hardly matters which forms you use to apply them: in this you are free to choose!"

"The worship of saints is in itself a good thing; no one can be blamed for worshipping statues, icons or relics, or for praying and kneeling before them. But people should be fully aware of what these images and relics actually represent. If you pray before an image, it is not the image itself that will help and protect you: it will only put you in touch with the entity it represents. This in itself is a lot, as many things are then possible, but you must still be aware that the image or object is only a form.

In religion, forms are useful, necessary even, but you must not stop there. Always look for the principle beyond the form, and link in to it to acquire all its qualities. This is the only way your prayers will be answered."

Continue to read:

Principles and Forms
[link to www.google.ch (secure)]

grouphug

hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75290728


The thirst for truth should be unquenchable until you find the living water within and then you can be still to rejuvenate and expand your consciouness which has a ripple effect across all. :-)

There are many room in the house within..but one room within is where eternity is found :-)

I love your writings. I read them all even aid I don't always reply. Bravo and great job hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 62983834


Beautiful! Thank you!

Its just copy and paste from Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov's lectures and from His Master Peter Deunov (Beinsa Douno) ...

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