If we accept the possibility of "truths" expressed in sacred literature we have to be open to "non-literal" interpretations. It is hardly sensible to think we are “created in God’s image” and then look for such identity just in our physical bodies. Rather, knowing that Consciousness, along with Energy and Matter, have to come in the “Beginning with the Word,” we can think of the unit of consciousness that is ours as modeled after God as Consciousness, hence "the Anatomy of the Body of God" is our consciousness as programmed for our development.
In Self-Empowerment & the Sub-Conscious Mind, (co-authored with Joe H. Slate) Carl Llewellyn Weschcke draws upon a personal visionary experience in which the Great Pyramid of Giza becomes a model for Personal Consciousness expressed as the Sub-Conscious Mind, the Conscious Mind, and the Super-Conscious Mind and connections to Soul and to the Collective and Universal Unconscious.
The major point is the realization that in our Personal Consciousness we are modeled after the Universal Consciousness set at the Beginning. As a model, we are constantly growing to fulfill that potential and in doing so we are fulfilling the Great Plan set for in the “Word.”
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Sterling Moon, author of the new Talking to Spirits.
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