Thursday, June 27, 2013

Fragging 3

“When we fragment, we substitute illusion for truth,” Devorah said to the multitude. “We’re saying truth, reality as it is, is not enough; we want and need something more; that being who and what we are, spiritual beings having earthly experiences, is inadequate and doesn’t work. To fragment is to exclude, judge against and substitute one aspect of the whole for the whole Itself.

 “When we fragment, no one is seen as complete. The body is emphasized, not spirit, with special emphasis on certain parts which are used as the standard of comparison for judgment.

 “It’s all about fear. Fear is both a fragmented and fragmenting emotion. Fear seems to take many forms, each seeming to require a different form of action to manage it. Yet in truth, fear is the result of a single substitution: the ego for Spirit. And because of this single substitution, the world has become so splintered and subdivided and divided again, over and over, that it is now almost impossible to perceive it once was one and still is what it was.

“Beloved, that one error, not a sin, but an error, which brought truth to illusion, infinity to time, and life to death, was all we ever made. Our whole world rests on it. Everything we see reflects it, and every special relationship we’ve ever made is part of it.

 "You would be very surprised how different reality is from what we see. We do not realize the magnitude of that one error.”

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