Christian Mysticism

A poem to Fundamental

The Fundamental Answer to Evil Is Worse Than the Problem
The living flame of love does not offend so why do you try to wound my soul
All life is sacred so a call to arms, a holy jihad must be viewed with suspicion
In the heart you would injure, Jesus delicately inspires my love
A peaceful place where love abides and shares with all

Passed from the soul beyond what can be expressed by mouth
I recognize your intentions behind the harsh and angry manner
Eliminating evil, a task within the self, eliminates any barrier to love
Choices examined move towards or away from it

Hellish thinking creates devils and discordant feelings
You have no prejudices, only hatreds based on evidence?
You want to save the world, forcibly bringing me to peace
I remain in tranquility, waiting for you to join

Evil, the lack of love can’t be healed with absence
Hating evil embraces wickedness, increasing it, not diminishing it
Love’s presence is innocent of judgment
Stop outlawing evil, preparing for battle, Christians reach for love

You can’t steal Christ, it is not the last name of Jesus
Judgments demonstrate your mental work not my spirituality
Analyze and see God inside and see Him everywhere
Love and forgiveness is a lifestyle, not a religion

Surrender thinking substituting fear with forgiveness
Releasing currents of anger and destruction
Align the personality with the soul and contact reverence
A gift of the soul making use of our escape from evil bondage

Christian mysticism

"You reap what you sow"

The thoughts that we sow make our choice as to the character and nature of our product whether that product is our personality, our mental life or our spiritual life. When a person wants tomatoes, he plants tomato seeds; if a person wants corn, he plants corn seeds. If you want the best product you select the best quality seeds for the job, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have to pay special attention while they are growing. If you tend your garden, water and pull the weeds you won’t have any doubts to the outcome. You know where you planted the tomatoes so that is where you will harvest them. Jesus said, “You reap what you sow.” In exactly the same way we sow, grow and reap the results of our thoughts. If you have thoughts of poverty, you will not reap richness; if you have thoughts of disease, you will not have health; and if you are angry, you will not have thoughts of peace. We sow our thoughts in the mind, they sprout and the law of growth brings them into the physical world where they manifest.

Not mind, not body, Soul

When we stop to contemplate who we really are, we are astonished to find that we are neither our body nor our mind. To the contrary, we find that our mind and body are merely mediums used by the soul to convey the Will of the Father. The soul is unremitting and one with pure consciousness, and if we listen to it, it will guide our minds and bodies to pure consciousness. This consciousness is the source of creation where the manifest originates from the immeasurable. Since the soul is united with pure consciousness, it is beyond the unit mind and behind everything that we do; it is greater than anything and united with everything.

Christian Mysticism

Christ taught us that God is love, and we saw a sample of it in his
compassion and suffering for the mediocre sinners in this world.
Through Christ a new concept of God emerged because prior to him most
people feared God. This teaching of love is more demanding and more
important than his other lessons because it is the main belief of all
Christians. I believe that Christian Mysticism is an inner path to
understand that meaning of love. Love maintains our sense of unity with
a presence and power that is greater than what we think we are.
Mysticism is an experience of that unity and love that can't be placed
with words so people try to describe the experience or how to obtain
it. This might be new to some people and it might be dismissed as New
Age similar to what I am sure Jesus experienced with his teachings. I
think the spiritual experience one has with Jesus Christ says it all.

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