From Adam to Jesus – The two sides of perfection By Daphne Yakinthou

From Adam to Jesus – The two sides of perfection

When a child is born, is it perfectly free of sin or one more carrier of the primal stain of disobedience to our God and Creator passed on by Adam to his offspring both figuratively and literally?

Affected by his Gnostic background, St Augustin theorized that all men are inherently more evil than good and essentially sinful. This theory, combined with apostle Paul’s teaching, that no good works can offer man paradise by merit alone created a greatly disturbing mixture affecting the position of churches, denominations and predominant theology for centuries.

However, one only needs to observe a newborn baby for a while to see that it cannot partake in any form of evil at the time of its birth. A child has no wicked thoughts. It only requires love, nurturing, and protection. But, then, through a slow, methodical procedure enforced upon it by the unholy system controlling our society, it becomes susceptible to corruption. That happens when, at a very young age, it is traumatized by abusive or neglectful parenting, when its natural needs are being twisted and used by abusive or neglectful adults in the child’s environment.

This pain and trauma can leave a child deeply wounded emotionally and internally scarred for life. If the kingdom of God had been truly established on this earth, children would be revered as God’s true representatives.

Mark 9:37

“Whoever receives one of these little children in My name receives Me; and whoever receives Me, receives not Me but Him who sent Me.”

However, in this world, children are often treated as carriers of the sinful burden of our collective inner identity as human beings by the adult members of society and by the system of corruption. We sugarcoat our corruption and pass it on to our children, hiding it behind bunnies with innocent cartoon faces, red saints in slays with flying reindeers, and little wizards and witches. We also bribe them often with sweet treats, soft drinks, and mechanical gadgets.

But that does not change the fact that human nature is corrupted to its core on the level of materialistic values, antagonism, greed, violence, and sickening lustful spectacles. No amount of sugarcoating can make the dramatic reality less real or menacing. This skeleton is a bit too bothersome to stay in the darkness of our mental, spiritual and emotional closet. We need to face this frightening monster in what little time remains.

The following view will perhaps be unacceptable to some readers. Yet, it is perfectly possible and likely if one is positively inclined toward stepping outside of the limitations and restrictions imposed on our collective mind by the prevalent church. This concerns particularly the common believer who often does not invest the time needed to thoroughly examine his beliefs on faith, spirituality, and theology.

We often listen to scientists and pastors debating the validity of the old testament and its credibility as a historical source. It is evident and justifiable that the reader has formed a particular position regarding this subject; however, one needs to keep an open mind and maintain an informed view. He should carefully examine any issue, including his beliefs on things he feels very strongly about, lest he falls prey to misinformation and falsehood. After all, some debaters would stoop down to any level of trickery and sophistry only to win an argument regardless of its foundational validity or credibility.

The view endorsed in this post is that evolution and creation are two opposite yet equally valid views that can coexist if one thinks of Eden as a middle condition between the purely material plane and the spirit realm we tend to refer to as heaven or paradise. In that sense, our forefather Adam represents the collective consciousness of humanity before Adam’s falling out of divine grace and descending to the material realm of flesh and vile instinct.

Hence evolution becomes an acceptable condition regarding the creation of the many bodily vessels the fragmented Adam broke into, thus fathering the race of human beings. Plato, the ancient Greek pillar, no pun intended, of Greek philosophy, conceived a realm of ideas as a condition where every prototype and mental deduction of logic abides. A place of profound truth and ideal prototypes, where the mundane and shadowy world of imperfection and matter emanates from.

This world, in a sense, even though the one having conceived it was an idolater Greek philosopher, maybe paralleled with Eden of Judaic tradition. The ancient philosophers had more tools than barren logic to explain, comprehend and interpret the world of phenomena and the surrounding conditions allowing them to exist. They had enorasis, the ability to transcend the senses and attain wisdom with the inner vision of the mind, ability sadly declinιng all the more often in the western world.

Data and input stacked with rampant, often useless information have replaced the ability of man to envision and connect with higher truths. Truths that, even though often snubbed in the light of modern scientific theories and findings, can produce constructive, fruitful views and assist modern man in the task of making some sense out of this seemingly chaotic and aimless bundle of mostly trivial, unconnected events we call life.

Somehow, the whole course of man in life ideally should have been a passage from the Eden of innocence to the paradise of conscious perfection; a state attained through sincere love and service to others; a state of eternal bliss and fulfillment of a profound loving union with the Father and Creator of all.

The Garden of Eden is more a condition of the mind, soul, and spirit, a state of spiritual unity and closeness of our being to the cosmic Creator within the infinitely abundant warmth of His love than a perceived by the senses physical place, located in the three-dimensional convention of time and space.

As conventional as any form of the common perception of reality might seem, this type of convention, so usual and helpful among material beings, is even more present and necessary among purely immaterial entities. This whole world we live in and usually take for granted is a series of limitations and rules that keep the cosmic game of entities and spirits regulated and balanced whether they carry a material vessel or not. One could say that since Eden is a condition instead of a physical place, Eden was within Adam and not Adam within Eden.

Regarding the troubling question of the cause that led man to his fall from the divine grace, the answer has to do with why any evil exists in the first place on any level of being and existence. Evil can manifest itself in many ways; as spiritual energy, as a repulsive deformity in the overall perfection of the cosmos, as a way of thinking and examining the world, and, lastly, as vice, temptation of the flesh and vile instinct. Thus it can lead man astray, forcing him to pollute his bodily vessel, robbing him of any sense of purity and loving connection to any other person. It can actually sever the bond even with the cosmos as a whole. How can indeed any theologian or layman explain the coexistence of both attributes in the Supreme Being of beings, God’s knowledge of all things with God’s unblemished goodness, having experienced at first hand the presence of evil especially alarming in this century of

rampantly advancing technology?

Even though this question has been dealt with in a previous essay, an alternative view wholly aligned with the last one will be examined in this post for reasons of clarity.

God created the world according to His infinite perfection; therefore, the world was a perfectly pure state of being filled with beauty, truth, and goodness, in sort an expression of the love emanating from the Father as does light from the brilliant life-giving warmth of the material sun making life on this small planet possible and abundant. However, even in a perfect world, there are attributes and elements in our being that may complement or contradict one another. As they say, too much of a good thing can become unpleasant. If balance and proper measure are not preserved within the cosmos, wonderful and valuable attributes within the creation nullify one another, leading to a chasm, a shadowy, abysmal void within the creation of the Monad, the divine consciousness above and beyond anything limited human beings can perceive, comprehend or imagine.

Let’s use an analogy to make things simple. In the natural world, water and fire coexist and are both extremely useful and invaluable for life. Yet, when they come in close contact without man’s guidance, if the fire is too intense, the water will change form; if the water is too plentiful, the fire will be extinguished, as the flame of a candle left in the rain.

If this is a generally accepted truth regarding the physical world, how much more so it would be for the world of spirits if one keeps in mind the fact that the spiritual world is the fundamental plane of existence and that the world of flesh and matter is only a reflection of this highest realm of Godly Glory.

God had given to the archangel that later became the prince of lies the ability to experience joyful admiration for God’s infinite might and glory. He had also given him freedom to regulate this admiration according to the best interest of all creation and his fellow angels. God, our Lord and Creator, doesn’t need the admiration of lesser beings, yet He offers them the ability to glorify, pray and feel genuine humility and awe before His Might and Wisdom to bring them closer to Him.

Every time we revere and express our Love for God with genuine humility, we become elevated spiritually, hence closer to His unparalleled Infinite perfection, above and beyond all infinities.

One of the most severe sources of wickedness on this earth is arrogance, the main culprit for the falling out of grace of both angels and men. When we allow arrogance to infiltrate our being, we become more prone to indulge in destructive towards others and self-destructive behaviors.

A word a bit overused recently is narcissism, yet it targets the root of the problem.

Envy and arrogance are indeed attributes so wicked in nature that they’ve led to the fall of the greatest and most loved among the archangels. The same sin led later to man’s fall from

Eden.

We build a complex, omnivorous Ego to protect our essence, and gradually it becomes

a prison for the child in us. After all, medieval lords built motes and great castles to withstand the attacks of the enemies’ catapults. Yet, those same castles became tombs for them in case of siege and led them to suffer a horrific death by starvation, sickness, and pestilence.

In essence, the human Ego works the same way. It is formed by trauma of some form or the other, forcing us to seek refuge, away from our spiritual essence, towards the world of matter. We misplace the center of our being from its most profound base in the nucleic world of the eternal present of our essence, all the more towards outer locations such as spirit connected to energy, soul connected to emotion and aesthetic, mind connected to thought and truth and body connected to survival and pleasure related with the five senses.

This three-dimensional plane that we consider the one true reality is not where the first Eden was located. It is rather the hospital for our sick consciousness and psyche, a place similar to Eden but alas deprived of the comforting closeness we had in Eden with the Being of beings and Lord of Hosts. It is even more so for those of us that have severed the bond with the divine essence within and have, consequently, gradually fallen into slavery and servitude to the flesh, the body, and through it to the material existential void.

Trauma serves only to create a barrier in our memory to discourage us from being reunited with the wholeness of our being to our pure entity. Our essence faces many forms of trauma when it descends from the heights of existence to the hostile level of what we call matter.

They range from purely spiritual attacks of dark energies and emotional and aesthetic attacks to our sense of beauty, mental assaults of absurdity, instability, and madness, distorting our sense of reality and hindering our path to the discovery of the highest truth of our cosmos, to the blatant abuse and/or neglect of the physical vessel we call body.

When humans reach a point in their life where they can consider nothing other pleasurable but the satisfaction of their most vile instinctive and animalistic side, in short, the pleasant instinctive experiences of the senses, deprived entirely even from the acknowledgment that anything high, pure, deep or immaterial can even exist and when all that remains of the being they once were is a hungry, fleshy beast seeking more and more vulgarity, lustful vice and unwholesome habits to feel alive, they can be sure that they are in existential trouble.

Death is not an end but an awakening, and in this case, that awakening will be a time to face the truth about the life we have lived. It’s our essence that will judge and possibly condemn us because we have lost the way to our inner child and consequently to our true purpose, the reason we were given flesh, to begin with.

We tend to treat the life we live as a playground of pleasure, yet this is somewhat misleading. There is nothing wrong with enjoying the pleasant, humorous, childlike pleasures of this world. Yet, some experiences can lead us astray in many ways, tempting us with quick bliss to distract us inadvertently from our most profound purpose in this world.

As the title of this post implies, the journey of a man in this world is a dangerous one full of hardship and trials from the innocence of Adam and from being as children regarding our inner structure to the level of willing obedience to God and conscious purity following the example of Christ.

That means that our ultimate goal during our earthly life should be to direct our efforts towards becoming the likeness of God by following the narrow way as Christ revealed it through His infinitely wise teaching and the great deed of self-sacrifice, offering us His eternal example to follow, an exemplary life of truth and unimaginably great service to all of humanity.

Our existential journey should have been from the beginning an inner transformation from the innocent Adams we were in our childhood, in the pure inner world of a peaceful Eden, into parts of the body of Christ, willingly obedient to our Heavenly Father enjoying the fulfillment of paradise.

In essence, to evolve from living images of our Lord to willing godly children bearing voluntarily and consciously His Likeness of perfection and wisdom. However, as we all know, very few find this path, and even fewer have the inner strength to withstand all the trials and temptations till the death of their biological vessel.

To sum things up, it is image to likeness, innocence to fulfillment, Adam to Jesus the essence of our inner spiritual journey on this earth. It is utterly impossible to be born in this world as a human being with a biological body and avoid being tempted by evil of one form or another.

It is equally impossible to grow up even in the most normal families with the most normal parents – if such a condition exists – without being burdened by a significant amount of trauma. Having lost to some extent the inner light, the parents fail to appreciate the heavenly gift given to them hidden deep in their crying infant.

This baby is a little savior coming to assist and bless its parents with the gift of divine light and true life. It comes to remind them of the power we have to rediscover the one eternal moment containing all eternity, a new birth of spirit that can offer us a new view of this whole plane of existence.

The child lives in a moment within, a spark in it able to ignite the whole planet and lead it to be engulfed by the warmth of God’s tender love. Eden was a garden of variety and brilliant color. Yet we’ve lost the sense of how precious color and variety are, playful, ecstatic joy and beauty in a state of innocence, in the loving embrace of God, in the Father’s immense acceptance and love.

Christ offered with his teaching a way for man to reclaim this beauty by opening the narrow path leading to the blissful eternity of the one true being, the Father of all other beings from the most humble of beasts to the wisest and most perfect archangel in the service of God.

It’s through our inner child that this paradise is offered to us. If we cannot live peacefully in this world, with love or at least tolerance for our fellow human beings, if we have drained this planet with our selfishness and greed, by what right can we claim the new world our Lord has to offer?

Through purity and enjoyment of the simple yet beautiful things of this limited plane of existence, things we often take for granted, our God can and will reveal Himself to us. We need to be reacquainted with our forgotten love for truth, beauty, and justice.

A child lives for the joy of exploration, searching for knowledge and truth, the playful world of imagination. Injustice and lies are the awful ungodly lessons of this world. Every new birth signifies the coming of one more messenger carrying Our Lord’s message of love to us.

Let’s not close our heart’s door to this little messenger. In our own best interest, it is to be reborn in essence, turn with humility and gratitude to our maker and ask him to take the burden of fear, guilt, and wickedness from our shoulders and guide our steps towards the true light. Light is energy, filled with colors. He can open our blind eyes and remind our soul of its place of origin.

So let’s treat children with love and respect. They may be the last chance this world has for salvation. Thank you, and God bless.

Children of Love

Title : Children Of Love

Author: Daphne Tzamali (Yakinthou)

Copyright 2021: Daphne Tzamali (Yakinthou)

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e-mail: tzamali_dafni@yahoo.gr

​Children of Love

Matthew 19:14

Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.”

Matthew 18:3

And he said: “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the Kingdom of heaven.

We live in a society that often appears neglectful or, even worse, abusive to children. All adults were once children, and one would expect that due to this shared experience, a more mature pedagogy, highly respectful towards children, would have been cultivated throughout the centuries.

To our extreme misfortune, however, as time progresses, we come to the painful realization that society’s attitude becomes all the more disturbingly and dangerously destructive towards the sensitive psyche of any young person entering this utterly limited four-dimensional plane of consciousness we perceive as matter.

Suppose we deem our Lord, God, and Savior is the eternally bright spiritual Sun whence from all experience and existence emanates. In that case, children are His spiritual rays coming into this material vessel we perceive as the biological body to guide and assist us in the process of rediscovering and reclaiming our very essence. They come to remind us of the true path and mode of being we gradually lose contact with as life progresses.

The material vessel we call ‘the body’ with all its biological and cognitive faculties is restricting and limiting, a mold shaping and misshaping, forming and deforming our spirit the way a glass transfers its shape to liquids. Children come as entities of pure existential and cosmic light to illuminate and revitalize this world. Yet, as a society, we often treat them disrespectfully, neglecting and bypassing their emotional needs as a mere nuisance.

This attitude is profoundly destructive for children and our common fate as fundamental units and representatives of humanity. In a sense, a parent mistreating his offspring and devaluating the gift of life an innocent, wonderful child comes into this world to offer resembles a drowning person resisting its rescuer, or even worse, trying to drown him too.

The fact that babies, infants, and toddlers are often unable to verbalize and externalize their needs or the fact that they seem “cute” to an adult does not diminish their vast importance and value. They are brilliant entities of light coming to free us from the oppressive bond of sin and the barren darkness of our existence, deprived of the divine force of love that is the source of our consciousness and the more profound meaning and cause of our presence in this world.

It is permissible or at least justifiable in a sense for a parent to be somewhat unprepared and not fully aware of the unique value of the child. Still, it is an affront to the Lord to abuse, scandalize, or mistreat this little angelic representative of God’s generosity, love, and mercy towards us.

One also needs to stay reminiscent of the fact that children are not just a source of pure energy and light for this world but little heaven-sent entities created in the inner likeness of our heavenly Father. This view does not in any sense imply that we need to cage our children in an attempt to protect them. It is rather a stimulus encouraging us to find the ideal balance between protection and freedom, progressively advancing from the former stage to the latter, as the child develops into a fulfilled, amazing and unique person expressing its essence and serving its divine purpose.

According to Matthew 19:14, we see our Lord’s desire to bless and accept the children. He asks His disciples to stop hindering the young children from coming close to Him. Perhaps some think this event is not of major significance, and yet, examined under the scope of our Lord’s great mission, it will be proved a teaching of vast importance.

In essence, Jesus expresses the desire of the Father and Creator for His brilliant spiritual rays expressed in the material world in the form of bright new entities to ascend to the level of true being that Christ Himself represents. That does not imply that all children, even in an ideal world, can ascend to the state of divinity as some modern theories suggest. They can, however, become a true representation of our Lord, God and Creator in this barren material plane. They can realize all their hidden potential and revitalize the human consciousness through the expression of their unique essence, rendering them special and precious in the eyes of our Lord. In that sense, our Lord expresses God’s desire for the little person believing in Him to be allowed to transcend the values of this world and embrace the heavenly values of God’s divine Kingdom.

Often without realizing it, parents become agents of the worldly values that mislead and hinder us from embracing our deeper path, the unique path meant for us to externalize our deepest existential essence. It is often difficult for a parent to accept that his child can often teach him amazing things.

Children are not little containers meant to curry our inner burden, trauma, and pain. They are the true representatives of our Lord, coming to bring the sacred light of our Father back in our lives. They are not sacrificial lambs; they are healers and teachers. Unfortunately, many of us becoming parents are totally unprepared to accept the little angels into our lives with gratitude and the conscious knowledge that our children have the power, if we allow them, to reawaken us and assist us in the process of healing our trauma through the power of their inner connection with the source of love and life.

Let’s face it! Most of us were victimized to some extent, abused, and/or neglected throughout our lives, and many of us are in real danger of passing on our trauma to our children. If we do not consciously resist this desire, we will face the dire threat of existential damnation, and we will also drag our bright children sent by heaven to the same darkness and inner suffering that has plagued us.

One may be tempted to think that good intentions are enough to resist this urge to pass on our trauma. However, it is not that simple. Human beings are often manipulated by the ungodly system, material and worldly, and supernatural or spiritual. The sad fact is that this system does not give anything without pressuring a human being to make substantial existential compromises. One cannot expect to remain a decent, good, and honest person and at the same time enjoy freely and abundantly the benefits and comforts this unholy system has to offer.

Mark 8:36

What good is it for someone to gain the whole world yet forfeit their soul?

However, if we compromise, the cost is steep, and the penalty we will face is vast in comparison. Our soul is our true self, the person we come into this world to be. If one loses his very inner identity, then who will enjoy these coveted comforts, if not the fake demonic self that will be formed to fill the void that the absence of our true self leaves behind.

There is another equally grave aspect of the subject. If we yield to the vile urge to pass on any form of trauma, we will justify our own abuse and forfeit the right to be eternally compensated by our Lord. We will lose the right to request compensation for what we’ve been through or the just punishment of those that wronged us.

Matthew 18:6

If anyone causes one of these little ones–those who believe in me–to stumble, it would be better for them to have a large millstone hung around their neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea.

Luke 11:11

Which of you fathers, if your son asks for a fish, will give him a snake instead?

The sad truth is that many parents give serpents to their children instead of fish in this day and age. That, of course, is metaphoric yet accurate. If a child requires love yet his parent hurts, neglects, and abuses it, it becomes painfully clear that he or she cannot in any sense be considered as a parent. On the contrary, the abusive parent needs to be viewed by the child itself and ideally by society too as the child’s enemy, a person deprived of the right to expect, let alone demand any form of respect from his or her victim.

The child must reject the abusive parent altogether for its own sake and the sake of its future offspring. If a child does not deny his abusive or neglectful parent, it is doomed to pass on the trauma to the next generation, and this quickly evolves into a vicious circle without end.

It would be helpful to mention that nowadays, humanity’s benefit is to reject the old values in favor of new, more viable ones to achieve a condition that will enable us to secure a future as a species on this planet.

Throughout the previous centuries, man was considered a number and a meaningless part of a mindless unintelligent mass destined to be controlled by a system favoring every sort of wickedness and evil. However, as time progresses, it becomes evident that, gradually, any form of occupation based on the mechanic execution of any task will be rendered obsolete with the rise of artificial intelligence. After all, what human being can do anything mechanic better than a machine? Our very mode and way of thinking are proving to lead our whole species to our extinction. In this sense, our very uniqueness will need to be cultivated and expressed to make us relevant for the humanity of the future.

It is necessary to point out that particular views expressing the idea that a merging of human beings with machines is inevitable and the only path to survival for the human race are most likely being promoted by specific ungodly centers of power and that one needs to be incredibly diligent to avoid misinformation and manipulation by the current prevalent and deeply nonspiritual system.

Another misleading idea promoted is that the only jobs with a future are related to programming, A. I., and generally modern advanced technology. That is a blatant deception with the sole purpose to hasten humanity’s degradation to a mechanic and organic form of intelligence deprived of a deeper mental, emotional, aesthetic, and spiritual dimension.

Of course, it isn’t easy in any way to abandon the belief that the intelligence quotient (I. Q.) is everything a person needs to survive and thrive on the material plane of existence. After all, it separated man from beast and allowed homo sapiens to make his life easier by creating progressively more advanced and evolved technology. However, this assumption is not entirely accurate. The logic we’ve built our entire existence on is based on antithesis, its main flaw. We feel we are free in thought and action when our mode of viewing, experiencing, and interacting with the world is, in essence, predetermined and constrained by this limited logic. We enjoy almost obsessively everything based on antithesis.

Let’s take chess, for example. This little square black and white world is the most characteristic game based on this black and white antithetical logic. On the other hand, we have alienated our experience from actually enjoying variety and uniqueness. Most often than not, we consider anything varying from the norm as a form of threat.

The type of these differences is irrelevant. As long as another person is different than us, we feel threatened. An intolerance regarding religion, creed, race, skin color, intelligence, emotional or otherwise, taste in music, differences in clothing and appearance, even at the subconscious level, make us doubt our own choices. The main culprit for this is precisely this type of logic on which we have based our technology, especially the leading and most dangerous of our creations: Artificial Intelligence (A.I.)

In the Old Testament, this limitation is considered to initiate the fall of man from God’s grace, the taste of the fruit of the tree of knowledge. Not any knowledge but precisely that of good and evil. If one thinks carefully about it, this fundamental distinction guides our whole life. We try to assess whether an action is good or evil, positive or negative, desirable or deplorable. Then we choose whether we will act based upon this distinction in a specific way.

Interestingly enough, this is an age where the path we chose often is the exact opposite of what we consider proper existentially. We do evil not out of weakness but by an unwholesome and vile attraction towards the forbidden. We act entirely oppositely than what our conscience dictates. We take a morbid and self-destructive pleasure from doing evil and depraved acts engrossed instead of discouraged by the idea of punishment heavenly or worldly.

That, of course, is not always the case. However, this mode of behavior slowly but surely becomes more prevalent than ever. We expose the younger generations to extreme virtual violence and vulgarity. That may seem harmless, but in fact, it exposes a young person’s soul to all forms of ugliness and separates it from the most sensitive and precious part of our inner life, the childlike dimension of our being, seeking pure and untainted beauty. It becomes unable to enjoy anything other than horror and wickedness of every sort and form. Then due to our spirit’s essential ability to externalize and form its reality into the three-dimensional plane of matter and flesh, this condition will surely manifest this violence as a real condition in that person’s life and endanger or even seal its eternal fate. When a young person engages in virtual violence, it deepens the gap between the inner poles of good and evil related to the human race’s existential fall from the grace of our Creator.

Unfortunately for humanity, for more than two thousand years, we’ve been unable to experience and feel the truth that was staring us right in the eye: that man is more than a biological machine destined for the consumption of earth’s resources. Man has an immaterial dimension and a mind able to find the truth beyond the constrictions of logic and is ordained for beauty and spiritual light.

Connection with God is more than simple faith to an immaterial force having created this world. It is a deep connection to the one and only Person of persons and Being of beings. To retain unity and coexistence with the ultimate truth, existential light, and profound energy of love emanating from the all-important Consciousness giving birth and forming our reality, we will need to be reunited and reconnected with our very essence and rediscover our divine mission in this world. Only when we transcend and ascend above and beyond inner division will we be able to be reunited with our Loving and all-powerful Father and Lord of Hosts, the ruler of every creative sentient force acting upon and constantly forming, reforming, and transforming the cosmos.

We need to reevaluate and reexamine our values and gaze within, directing our attention towards the immense and infinite essence, way beyond what we deem our identity and consciously accepted self. As long as the base upon which we build our life is not solid and true, our very being is at risk and danger of collapsing into an abysmal nothingness, empty, meaningless self-preservation in an endless hunt for superficial pleasure, dooming us into an eternity of painful separation from the one and only true Being.

True life’s path searches for the heavenly treasure, a most glorious form of experience and existence. Our inner child is constantly magnetized and drawn by this life that we can only achieve through unity with Christ, our Lord, King, and savior. But since this world is consciously bent on keeping us apart from this true path, it traumatizes us to force our inner child to withdraw. At the same time, what little part of our consciousness we manage to keep intact is directed towards a meaningless, void, and barren self-preservation, a survival that, even though thirsts for meaning, is utterly and conclusively deprived of substance and purpose.

That is why our Lord wishes little children to be allowed to come towards him. That doesn’t mean only the actual children but also the wounded child hidden into our grown body as a captive. Through unity with our Lord, only this child can express the deeper wondrous essence that we are to defend and express in this limiting level of consciousness, this fourth-dimensional plane that creates the illusion of space-time perceived by the conventions of primitive senses evaluated by a clumsy hindering logic.

Even though we deem all these experiences solid, they are nothing more than imperfect projections of an utterly insufficient view. A set of values governs them in a place of temptation, trial, and destiny of sorts that, if we do not remain vigilant, is finally leading to peril, doom, and inner decay.

So where lies our salvation if not in the seed we came as infants endowed with? That is the secret essence of man’s divine likeness to the Creative Force of cosmic awareness, Being of beings, High Creator of everything, and ultimate cause of the worlds, forming the unified, universal experience of existence for all forms of consciousness.

Learn to love and accept this child once again! This child is a teacher sent from heaven with infinite potential and worth. Through this child, you will rediscover Christ, the only path leading to the divine Author and Creator of cosmic and universal destiny, and of a perfect design for achieving conscious purity and ascension to a level of utter fulfillment and beauty.

Thank you.