How it all began

Life is an expression of the source. There is only one way a creator can recognize himself as a creator, and that is to create. Thus each of the myriad parts of the creator has the ability to create. This is what religions were trying to teach us when they said  that we were created in the image of God. This means that we are the same energy with the same characteristics and capabilities. The purpose behind the existence of the universe is to let the source experience itself through the infinite number of its particles. We humans are free divine beings whose task is to create and experience . Our love, light and potential are unlimited. We even are so free that we can forget who we are and behave as if everything is outside of us and we are just poor little people who fighting for survival in this game of life.

In order for us to know who we are, we must know who they who we are not . Simply put, you can not know what is good unless you know what is bad. That is the meaning of the whole physical life . Defines us is what we are not . However, there is no way not to be what we already are. We are pieces of god, always have been and always will be . Therefore, often before we enter the physical universe we decide to forget our origins . When we are here in physical bodies we are experiencing all sorts of experiences that are giving rise to all sorts of desires and preferences . It is these desires that show the source what it really is. We are part of a beautiful and astonishing cosmic game.

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Picture by Akiane Kramarik

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  1. Pingback: Akiane : The Super Natural Girl Who God Himself talks to and she listens. | samueldannerblog

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