How to interpret current events

Current events can be interpreted consciously, or not.

Living presence finds the semi-conscious, much as a Nomad might come across a collapsed person in a desert. What is needed in that scenario is that the near dead person be given drops of water not bottles of esoteric erudition.

All nearly dead people have a common condition that can be confusing for them. This confusion is caused by the fact that death is not a simply physical phenomenon.

Yes, the corporeal vehicle eventually expires and stops breathing, but the death of the entity may have occurred at a time before, relative to this respiratory cessation.

The challenge facing a living presence is well documented by Idries Shah in his book Learning How To Learn and shown in this insert:

The Qur’an states that people can appear as locomotive, but that actually they are not fully living, they are dead to a message from a living consciousness.

The Buddha stands for Enlightenment, a personal living attainability.

The mystery of this message of deadness has often vexed philosophers and critics of religious phenomena. Jesus Christ is purported to have said, “let the dead bury their own dead, I am living, follow me now.”

So, as ever, eventually even if only to escape from a subtle hypocrisy of pretending to be one thing when the fact is that something else is being enacted, the living teacher emerges. The timing for this emergence is usually governed by and within emergency dynamics that become concerted across the meniscus like frontiers of subtle and dense mediums that come together as perceived existence.

Everything living has a gestation period. The changes and preparation are seemingly gradual, the emergence sudden. This principle is common across the physical, mental and spiritual realms that constitute the full potentiality of Mankind becoming Humankind.

The nearly dead need drops and not a deluge.

So, my work over the last nearly six years has been a step by step, drop by drop effort to prepare a place. Now as theHUmanhealing my work must move up a gear.

What is to happen?

I don’t know. As ‘Abd al-Mu’min ibn Hulli, my message is from God, a conveyance from One Source as Its own illumination of Faith granting protection, providing peace. The preparation to receive my transmission has already been taken care of, the synaptic receptors for even this reading fired before your reading of the words, otherwise they would have no landing pad!

So, the Coming Together, The Jam, will suddenly appear to take care of Itself. This is not The Rapture of the literalist Christian propaganda. Nor is it the physical warring favoured by some medieval fixation upon a Lesser Jihad espoused by literalist Muslims.

It is of The Sacred Heart, the Greater Jihad as foretold by Muhammad (pbuh), the inner battle exemplified by Isa, The Seal Of Universal Sainthood.

Am I saying then that I am the Second Coming of Jesus Christ?

This question can have no validity when coming from a semi-conscious place of questioning. Many teachers in the past from Rumi, Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi, Meher Baba and on and on, have said that Jesus Christ is a living presence to be attained, that is not limited to physical appearance or disappearance.

Even Evangelical Christians look for JIM as the Jesus In Me, but often JIM turns out to be logic pushing an empty pram rather than a living presence that accesses inwardly in a personal psyche, all of the Christ-story characters in a unique rendition of a supernatural soul/body template.

What I can say as a drop from the deluge that such a question ignorantly invites, is that I have suggested the reading of a certain work of fiction to begin to see how these apparently impossible doctrinal prerequisites can be brought into a clearer resolution.

Once initiated, once there has been an initiation, then the awakening commences.

Am I ready? Yes.

Are you ready? Well The Housemartins asked that question as a group from my home city that has a postcode HU, at the beginning of the 1980s

About Andrew Dettman

Counsellor, poet, cabbie, diction worker. Ministrant.
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