Christian Science, kabbalah, Uncategorized

Unity and Oneness

The human mind tends to break itself up into different parts, allowing us to only glimpse things through very small ideas or mental images. It does not quite give us the full picture of Divinity with us. It has been created from the dust (false opinions) and cannot represent who we really are or what we are. These false sparks often lead to judgement of others and allow us to be gods over a kingdom where we believe good and evil exist for our sole purpose to sit in judgement. Creating a world for ourselves far more devious and complex than the one before with each judgement reaching out like tentacles touching those around us. A world of illusion based on hearsay, time honoured beliefs and simply false conclusions.

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catholic, Christian Science, Uncategorized

Catholicism and Christian Science

Like most 19th Century Churches, Christian Science has been unwilling or unable to find any kind of tolerance or good within Catholicism. Part of the reason is because of the timeframe from which CS emerged. Catholicism in those days was not the Catholicism of today. It was before the modernisation of the Church in the 60s with Vatican II and indeed Vatican I had just ran from 1869-1870 with it´s best known decision to declare the Pope infallible. There were many reasons to dislike it in those days, both politically and socially.

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catholic, Christian Science, islam, Uncategorized

The Problem of words like “God”

The problem of using the word “God” is that it reminds us of the God we were taught about as children, this all powerful guy who decides if he likes our behaviour. Then heaven and hell follows. This type of God is what atheists reject and who can blame them?

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Christian Science

Truth: Not an active principle.

Truth is not something you can simply decide applies in a situation. No amount of affirmation or getting on your knees will change that.

Truth of any situation needs to be realised and it is the realisation which we can truly call Prayer.

Realisation happens when we contemplate or meditate to allow that realisation to take control of us regarding a specific scenario. Truth is not defined as a local truth, it is defined as a universal Truth about who we really are.