Last week we touched on the amazing subjects of The Unified Field and the seven main attributes of the Divine. Emmet Fox and Deepak Chopra are not the only teachers who have discovered these ideas. I wanted to add clarifications to last week’s blog, and also add to it.
Many religions have discovered the seven main attributes of the Divine and, of course, God is infinite, limitless and unbounded. Unity, Church of Religious Science, Christ Truth League, The Essenes Teachings and Christian Science all teach about these seven attributes, and of course many other religions also.
One aspect of Father-Mother God that I love is Mystery. When people have Divine revelations and feel God’s vast Love they often report that there are no words for the experience. How they received the experience is a Mystery, and often the teaching and learning from that one experience will last a lifetime.
The photo above is a simple expression of one of my own Divine Mystery discoveries. Decades ago I learned that one of my missions on Earth was to heal the scarcity belief. That mission has taken me far and wide with the Spiritual Teachings of Sananda and many other spiritual teachers. One of my favorite quotes from the Sermon on the Mount is, “Consider the lilies how they grow: they toil not, they spin not; and yet I say unto you, that Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these.” (KJV, Luke 12:27)
In working on my scarcity belief it seemed much easier to manifest directly what I needed instead of producing cash. I often carried this quote in my pocket and as much as I was able went to God in prayer for my needs, working on being a “lily of the fields.”
It turns out that Glads grew wild in the Middle East and are thought to be the lilies of the field that Jesus referred to in the Sermon on the Mount. I found this out recently when one of my friends gave me this bouquet, pictured above. She asked me the meaning of Gladiolas. I didn’t know, and the very next day I was led to a beautiful book at a resale shop titled, The Meaning of Flowers: Myth, Language & Lore by Gretchen Scoble and Ann Field. I laughed when I found the quote in it about Gladiolas being the lilies of the field. I had always had a much happier feeling when I saw glads than I had when I saw lilies. My own Divine Mystery revealed. In the meaning of flowers they stand for natural Grace. The Divine has special gifts that are unique to each of us. The Divine Mystery of receiving those gifts brings me so much joy.
Also note that one of Emmet Fox’s most popular books is The Sermon on the Mount: The Key to Success in Life. To clarify Deepak Chopra’s book quoted last week, Creating Affluence: Wealth Consciousness in the Field of All Possibilities, the 25 qualities of the Unified Field came about when his teacher Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, the founder of Transcendental Meditation, asked physicists to describe this quantum field. It turns out these 25 qualities are also the qualities of Brahman, the Source, as described in the Vedas.
I invite you to hold your attention on any of the 25 qualities or the main attributes of Life, Truth, Love, Principle, Mind, Soul, Spirit. Last week I correlated them according to my own experience, though you may have your own unique way. The benefit is the power of attention.
Holding thought on these qualities reminds us we are not separate from our Source, The Divine.
It is God’s Pleasure to give us the Kingdom. Yay!
Another wonderful book that explores quantum mechanics and spiritual truths is Dancing Wu Li Masters: An Overview of the New Physics, by Gary Zukav. One of my favorites.