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Goddess: The Creation Revisited


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A part of the initial Consciousness had to collapse to create a dynamic in the matrix of Creation. Without that loss, nothing in the universe would have happened, the Initial Being or Self, wouldn't have been able to experience and realize Itself. While we are well aware of the Father aspect of the Essence: the Spirit and its thinking-exploring quality; we are however much less aware of the Mother aspect of the Essence: the Will and its feeling-monitoring quality. The reason for this oblivion finds its root in the genesis of our creation, when in our Creators' unit Mother/Father-Goddess/God, the Spirit pushed the Will away, not liking the feedback He was getting from Her. The decline of the Will and its huge consequences in our evolution were all part of the Supreme Being's Cosmic Script. The Will is now returning from its exile, drawing the entire Creation back to its Source. We, as the explorers and participants of this active saga, are destined to regain our lost Will, become whole and achieve our Life Purpose: Self-Realization.

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Body, Mind & Spirit : New Thought
Kawai, Natalie
Publication Date:
January 2009

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Metaphysics » General
Religion » Comparative Religion » General

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