2009-08-01-Oneness of Being

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Topic: Oneness of Being

Group: 11:11 Progress Group


Teacher: Ophelius

TR: Chris



Ophelius: “Today’s message is about oneness of being and how to cope with the emotions of isolation that sometimes occurs when a newly awakened soul realizes that he or she is no longer part of a purely physical world, but belongs to a vast and infinite spiritual kingdom.

“Many of you struggle in your daily life with this feeling of being different from those around you, because you experience life through a new and greatly enhanced awareness. You are sensitive to these higher vibrations and spiritual inclinations, and you are drawn toward spiritual interests -- the mysteries and revelations of truth in a limitless universe of sublime and unending fascination, which draws you inward to find the source of all spiritual gravity -- the Universal Father, the Creator of all things.

“My beloveds, if you feel this way, rejoice! You have entered the kingdom! You have started your search to find God and to be like him. You hear the divine calling and you are responding to that call in your searching for purpose and the questioning of your temporal reality. You have entered into the oneness of being, and you are becoming a part of the whole, yet you find yourself in a transitory quandary in your relationships with your fellows who are still asleep and fully immersed in the illusion of the material world.

“When you are feeling this isolation, this sense of living with familiar strangers who do not understand you, it is ever important to find time to sit in the silence and become one with the whole. This is where your soul finds solace and satisfies the need to belong. This is where the soul finds nourishment and the self finds courage to persevere in the material world.

“Reach out to your fellows who are also on the search and exchange thoughts and ideas. This community with ‘kindred spirits’ is therapeutic to the soul and helps the mind to sort out the mysteries of life. On the mansion worlds, you will naturally gravitate toward beings of like vibration and sympathy, for progress leads to the ascension of higher and higher worlds and realms. It is this spiritual gravity that draws us in and challenges our soul to seek perfection through the awareness of contrasts from former states of imperfection to higher states of awareness that lead to the beginning and the end of all things, the alpha and the omega -- the Universal Father.

“Live, learn, love -- through life!

“Good day, “The Circle of Seven.”