The words in the title of this post are attributed to Jesus Christ and they show the almost impossible rigour placed upon those who articulate the One to the many.
The Singularity knows everything in potential, but does not actually know anything until it happens. The person articulating a message from their potential to the point of articulation does not know how it is actually going to emit. They may try to rehearse, to prepare, to practice – but at its actual emission, if The Singularity is authentically engaged with the communication, the deliverer, that which is delivered and those to whom it is delivered, are One.
This earthly realm is a place of separation from the Singularity Itself. The word gives the clue:
SE – PARA – TION
SE – Itself, as in “per se”
PARA – Beyond, alongside, more than
TION – That which is after, to complete begets a completion, to part begets a partition etc.
So, separation is Itself going beyond Itself, in Itself, for Itself, by Itself. In the living organic vehicles, cells separate until the form is complete, then they renew the form by repeated and harmonic separations.
When The Singularity returns to Itself, either at the disposal point of Its organic veiling, or at moments of clarity and Self conception and actualisation during the organic journey, then the antidote to separation is apparent:
PARA – DI – SE
PARA – Beyond, alongside, more than
DI – Two
So paradise is simply Itself returning to Its own Singularity after experiencing the necessary duality of material existence.
This post is now in Paradise.
The person in Union with the Singularity knows less and less in actuality, the closer they come to utterance in the realm of material communication. They could be anything, often they are judged by the contemporary structures as being nothing, they connect everything back to The Source, but when asked who they are, are unable to provide themselves or others with any orthodox response.
Unorthodox behaviour is not quite the same as living as a paradox, though because it connects the paradox with the orthodox it is not an easy trait to bear in any era, either for the transmitter or the receiver. The unorthodox is so often seen as odd, the journey to Union is very odd.
The material orthodoxy of government in any era has power given to it by its very existence to protect itself from being usurped by ineptitude. When the orthodoxy of government is past a sell by date it is the very embodiment of ineptitude itself and it then calls forth the unorthodox from the governed. This summoned unorthodoxy is the ground for the connection of the Paradox to materialise.
The stuckness of ineptitude can only be initially challenged by the unorthodox, the truly United messenger then arrives as the Paradox, like the story of The Buddha leaving the riches of his palace to be with ordinary people, King Arthur and Excalibur, Moses and the Israelites, Samson and Delilah, Muhammad (pbuh) and the tribes, the Parousia expected by traditions today. The Paradox unites the opposites.
The word “parousia” simply means “presence”. To be truly present is to be single minded, even if only for an instant, to be beyond the twoness of matter, to taste paradise. The United person is in paradise as more of a constant rather than an instant, but they can still deal singularly well with a world in separation, a world that matters in its journey with matter.
The place of Union is the diction chamber.
All energy returns to Source, to return consciously is the Work.
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