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I am as God created me!

on April 30, 2015

I am as God created me!  So why are you feeling dysphoria?  Why do you think there is something wrong with you?  (too fat, too tall, wrong genitalia, wrong hair color or eye color, etc, etc.)  The imperfections are not of God’s making.  The imperfections and the feelings of incongruence (dysphoria) come from the Ego.  Allow me to explain this world to you.

This physical world we live in here is the creation of the Ego Mind, the aspect of you which believes itself separate from God.  In truth this world is a dream and often it is a dream within a dream!  It does not matter how many ‘echos’ of the One which are created, the point is there is only One and this one is God, the all there is.  If you love movies, theatre, or story-telling then you know dreams… this life you think you are living is no more real than the stories you experience on TV, Movies, Theatre, or a story-telling stage.  What makes it seem so real?  Ego mind!

Adam and Eve are the original Ego story, not that they are real either.  This Ego is an aspect of God which wished to see what separate means and so created a separate world, this world where we sit today, or seem to sit today.  In reality no one has gone anywhere!  We are all still in the loving arms of God, yet asleep and dreaming of life.

As the Course in Miracles states, the dream was but a second or flash and all that is or was or will be happened and we returned to God.  The “reality” we experience now is simply an echo of this dream, thus the dream within a dream…

The next question then is how do we awaken from this dream?  First of all by understanding who “I” is.  These pesky pronouns are very confusing!  I, me, you, us, we, they are simply different aspect of the One.  Please understand there is only ONE.  The delusion is that you are separate from me and that they exist at all!

This probably seems farfetched and from the perspective of the Ego mind it is.  Step back from this perspective and see through the eyes of Holy Spirit, feel through Holy Spirit.  It may take a while so don’t be in a rush.  I have been working in this for years.  The Truth becomes clearer every day though, so I keep the Faith and move forward.  This takes us to the next step, acceptance.

Accept things as they seem (even though we know otherwise).  Imagine you are a character in a movie.  Can that character get out of the movie?  Not hardly; they must play their part to the end.  So why not enjoy your part/role in this elaborate story of life!  It is much better than choosing misery.  Be the best you (whatever your role is at the time) and Shine!

Sequoia Elisabeth 🙂

Unity in Gender Diversity

ps. If you would like to read more on this, I highly recommend Butterflies Fly for Free by Stephen Davis, as well as A Course in Miracles (ACIM).

 

 

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2 responses to “I am as God created me!

  1. Katie, I totally get your issue with the word God as it as been bastardized by the negative Christian sects. The God worshiped in the old testament is most likely a “service to self – negative entity” who impersonates a “serve to other self – positive entity”. God is still a word and thus falls short in true meaning. To this I suggest forgetting what you think you know and instead feel your way through the words. Substitute a word which works better for you, Infinite Intelligence, Prime Creator, Great Spirit, etc. I had to do this in order to fully appreciate A Course in Miracles (Direct teachings of Jesus) which is male centric and monotheistic. ACIM is the closest I have come to the “Truth” as felt in my heart. Our outer form is only part of the game, it is not who we are. The pronouns we use are deceptive and must be used with caution. We know the truth my dear! We are One, the Goddess, the Divine in beautiful never changing expression of the Oneness. The easy way to know what is real, if it changes it is not real. Great Spirit is all there is, so how could it change? Images or appearances are temporary and matter not in the big schema. Blessings to you dear one for your questions 🙂

  2. Katie Meloan says:

    Sequoia, I would like to hear your take on the Existential and Buddhist belief that we create our selves, and as we grow in awareness, sometimes find that our first form is no longer useful for our growth. This is my belief, and thus I could carry this religious philosophy to the next level and say that I then must be an aspect of the Divine Creative Force, if indeed I did create myself. I’m sorry, but I find the your use of the word “God” for the Divine, the All, Existence, or Goddess to be perpetuating the sovereignty of the wrathful desert god of the Old Testament. There may be other spiritual feminists like moi who read your course, and who feel the same.

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