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Sunday, May 16, 2010

What part of ye be ye?- 11th November 1993

WATER is Light insofar as it becomes because of the other, and is as a dual aspect of the ether. People often reckon with the physical world in a way that decides its sameness, forgetting however, that all matter does not manifest on the same level in relation to its own, or to ether.

An apparent physical reality has come into being from a particular beginning, and there are many differing beginnings, in time and in former place, whereby we may make keen and exact differentiation. Secondly that aspect of itself which is incorporated within the physical realm may be, relatively speaking, to a higher degree or a lower degree of itself. This too, differs extraordinarily.

Then also, there becomes the transformative process, whereby that 'thing' has become altered, enhanced, imbued or made different, because of some lasting influence as catalyst to change.

So one may picture, if you will, an intersection with many roads leading in, the courses of which are all traveled, and many who stand at the center - this is representational of the diversity as is the physical modality. Every being, every creature, every vessel of life, we may inquire upon: "From where have you come?" and then: "How came you to be here?" and further: "And what part of ye, be ye?"

Even a man, a very normal looking man, may be deceptively presented. One may well inquire "What part of ye be ye?", because moment to moment, the aspects of this man apparent, may prefer to be realized in part or not at all- there are so many which comprises this soul. Who can predict what shall be forthcoming?

There shall always be common ground that one may set themselves upon intuitively in relation to another. Likewise, proportionately a man may have developed and surpassed his brother in ways which alter their common regard, evoking either respect or hostility in one, charity or contempt in the other. How often one hears the phrase "We're coming from the same direction", when in truth the two most clearly have in reality just come from the same place. This kinship of experience leads men to further openings of mutually shared insight.

Where men were physically placed in one lifetime will transform itself in importance to become a meeting in their emotional or ideological spheres, and the gathering will be collectively based there. The vitality of shared and common interests will succeed and expand with high levels of importance and work its way through respectively. One can see from this that there are foundations for working relationships everywhere.

Simply by 'being' one is drawn and compelled to meet with the components of our life most fully, in time. Of course we are not compelled to ceaseless involvement, rather we are offered opportunities in which we return to those folk or those places and come to know them differently. For one must know reasonably, that and those we have experienced and enveloped within our own selves. It is as to know ourselves more fully; would that we enrich our understanding of the infinitely complex individual to which we seek to incorporate in part.

"We go way back. . ." is another phrase which indicates the comfort of kinship throughout the passages of time. By such acquaintance we are made certain of constancy and continuity - the friendly face we recognize is the most beautiful in the crowd of thousands! None can compare, none count as much, as they who we know. In time the face of Humanity as a whole will present itself as by the Face of Christ.

If we are to strive in willingness to bind ourselves with all of our brothers, then in essence (the essential striving and willingness) we have done as much. The actual linkages go back and have pre-existed any severance that came later. We may renew our composite endorsement in bulk, so to speak, without the need to shake hands with every individual in and without embodiment.

Further than that there are indeed special relationships whereupon a man is soothed or strengthened by the complementary aspects of another. One should not confuse dependency with gratitude, nor equate duality and the combining therein as in anyway a forfeit of oneself. That is the point here: when men enhance each other they fulfill each other, even in sacrifice and labor. The two are simultaneously brought forward and elevated. That is why each must give freely, otherwise if there is an inequality of freedoms there shall be conflict with further aggravation.

Although we acquire much knowledge from the eventual resolving of conflicts, it is as energy spent- getting that far only. Quarrels to some are inevitable. At times men may be viewed with thunderous countenances and all the activity around them of an electrical convolute, all arguments being predecided before the manifestation of conflict. The battle is worked upon and stimulated by one or both before the meeting. Arguments are subsequent, not consequent. If one discovers that they have happened into such target practice, it is prudent to leave as is possible, for the designs of argument require partnership, and mere presence may stimulate further.

Every part of the physical body represents a characteristic aspect of the being within. Every part of that part contains a physical representation of the world at large, in miniature.

Every aspect of a man - and there are too many to list - is a manifested attribute of the 'the body' of his higher man. And every part of each attribute is a miniature of the Cosmos at large. 

Every aspect of a man that has become developed, perfected and realized, is then 'bodily' incorporated also in Christ and of Christ. And every part of that aspect, now qualified, is also attributed to those who were complementary in the attaining thereof. They are shared with co-achievers, who through the mutual ecologies in spirit, advanced thus.

"What part of thee, ye be?"
"I be, that part of ye, ye see."
"Do you agree?"
"Most verily!"
"That we be, that we be!"

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