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Join us Monday evenings at 6 pm Arizona Mountain Time with host, Pa’Ris’Ha Taylor for an exciting discussion on how we affect our environment with our thoughts.
In the present day and time, we are birthing our world with each thought we have and each word we speak. The effects of our environment become the reality of what we believe to be our world. The Sun and the Rain are a Universal principle that touches each of us, but how we feel, think and act is our own reality of their effects, created by how we think.
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The Tao that can be told is not the eternal Tao.
The name that can be named is not the eternal name.
The Tao is both named and nameless. As nameless it is the origin of all things; as named it is the Mother of 10,000 things.
Ever desireless, one can see the mystery; ever desiring one can see only the manifestations.
And the mystery itself is the doorway to all understanding.
As I began my scientific spiritual investigation of my resonation with these words, I first had to come to a place of understanding what the Tao meant to me. I share with you that in an effort to translate the word I found the meaning of the first verse.
I’ve come to know that it is absolutely pointless for me or anyone exploring a deeper understanding to begin to try and classify, clarify, pigeon hold, or make claim upon with our words the identity of the Source of all life. I know now what others who have gone before me had come to that, the only way to speak about what it is, is to talk about what it is not.
I have asked of myself where is the proof that my words, my language, their meanings is the Only translation of The Source. I can see with a fair amount of intelligence that there are a bouquet of names for the One that lives in all things, as there are meanings of those names. Many of these differences are the result of where the stars were at the origin of that language/culture. Regardless of why we have come to know the name of Source as we do, the point is not one of us has the authority to claim our words as the only word.
Many of us have agreed that, “a rose by any other name is still a rose.”
Case in point, some express this liquid as water, aqua, and sientifically as H20 who has the greater claim here?
Is there one more valid then another?
This is a great message, please take a look.
“Truth and Principle are of the One and cannot be altered or ruined.” Grandmother Pa’Ris’Ha
Response to my Nichiren Shoshu Buddhist Sister
I appreciate your sharing this article. This is another great voice of validation for my work on birthing, and the impact to the fetus from the conjugal act and the influence of the mother.
For many, many years I pondered the meaning of the principle of Buddhahood in the nine worlds. I had come to realize that until I see that I am not separate from Source this Truth would not make any sense. I have spent endless hours of study and living experiences only to come full circle with what is shared here which is “we are Source is”.
There is no outside and inside all is One. Our patterns of Brokenness/karmic threads/good/evil are the choices that continue to solidify the ridge of separation. We cannot evolve until we are willing to accept as the Buddha has stated, “the difference between a Buddha and a common mortal is a Buddha knows he is a Buddha.”
For the many of us who come to this profound truth from our Christian religions this is hard to grasp, as the mind has been so flooded with the erroneous thought forms, that there was only One perfect man which was the one called Joshua Ben Joseph (Jesus). Many who cannot except the power, responsibility and sacredness of who they are find it hard breaking through this pattern, for some who have strayed so far from Truth impossible. In truth we are all the Intention of Source. Buddhahood exists in all sentient and non sentient.
Buddha reminds us that, “Because the various sutras taught before the Lotus Sutra do not expound the mutual possession of the ten worlds, those who desired to become Buddha’s had to seek escape from the nine worlds. This was because the provisional sutras did not teach that the nine worlds are endowed with Buddhahood. Therefore they assert that by eradicating evil and extirpating illusions one is sure to become a Buddha. Because they do not teach that Buddhahood is inherent in the common mortal, they assert that one must rid himself of his present form as human or heavenly being or evil person, and then he can attain Buddhahood” (Gosho Zenshu, p.403).
While musing over my daily interactions with others, I came to some rather humbling experiences of being in the presence of others and exchanging hope where only hurt existed. Constantly my environment reflects back to me just how beautiful and powerful Caring is.
There is a powerful frequency/vibration that is transmitted when you say these words, “I Care.” As a means to personal experience, I suggest you place yourself in front of a mirror and look into your eyes and repeat very softly to yourself over and over, “I CARE.” What areas do you become aware of in your being? Breathe with it deeply let it wash over you. I Care.
The numerology of ‘I CARE’ translates into the energy of 27/9. Please do your research for greater knowledge about the meaning of numbers. I offer this tidbit of meanings that have been shared through (1 Co 12, 4-11) which says that #9 the nine spiritual gifts of:
Then there are the (9) Gifts of the Spirit (Ga 5,22)which are:
You see I experience a wave of Joy when, I choose to care more that another is heard, trully listening to them share from their lives. Some of their stories have left them broken with scars so deep, that the patterns of pain when touched by caring evaporates the past and a wave of Hope stirs their hearts anew. In these moments when this frequency is in sync, I get to ride with them.
Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around. – Leo Buscaglia
As a living breathing instrument for the One that lives in all things, I get to witness the intimate sharing of God’s frequencies resonating in their deepest places. The vibration allows the walls of separation to crack in that most sacred moment and all is returned to Joy. I know without a doubt that we all have been privileged to this. Many of us at one time or another have through our thoughts, words or deeds have been the light in the darkness for someone. We all have the capability to serve as excellent conductors of this Caring Energy.
We could no more withhold this frequency then deny its effects upon ourselves. My Beloved Elder Grandmother Pa’Ris’Ha has often shared as an example that, “it’s like being a pilot light on the stove and when the energies of the One is allowed to flow through all of the others catch Flame…”.
A really neat thing about this is how just by giving up the illusions of separateness, acknowledging the, “in here as the out there”, and surrendering to the Energy Wave of Source determines how high and how often we Ride Joy’s Wave.
Deeper still is the knowing that although we think we have made offerings to another we are offering to ourselves. So, ride the wave of Joy and come to know the meaning of the JOY of JOYS.
The very society of joy redoubles it; so that, whilst it lights upon my friend it rebounds upon myself, and the brighter his candle burns the more easily will it light mine.—South
St. John 14 Chapter
9Jesus answered: “Don’t you know me, Philip, even after I have been among you such a long time? Anyone who has seen me has seen the Father. How can you say, ‘Show us the Father’?
10Don’t you believe that I am in the Father, and that the Father is in me? The words I say to you are not just my own. Rather, it is the Father, living in me, who is doing his work.
11Believe me when I say that I am in the Father and the Father is in me; or at least believe on the evidence of the miracles themselves.
12I tell you the truth, anyone who has faith in me will do what I have been doing. He will do even greater things than these, because I am going to the Father.
13And I will do whatever you ask in my name, so that the Son may bring glory to the Father.
14You may ask me for anything in my name, and I will do it.
Over the past few weeks I have been in dialogue with friends who believe in the Bible and yet have not grasp the meaning of this quoted verse here, from St. John 14 chapter verse 12 of which I have made bold for you.
Is it possible that this statement, “I tell you the truth, anyone who has faith in me will do what I have been doing. He will do even greater things than these,…” made by Jesus was not meant for anyone who believes in him? Is it really a truth that was only said to and for his disciples at that time?
Could it be that all those who have gone before us in this wondrous journey of life not benefit those of us who come after them? Is there really no gifts of knowledge or wisdom gained that will allow us to focus our attention on a greater outcome sense the path has been laid? What then is the meaning of, “…will do even greater things…” is it possible to do ‘greater things’ as Jesus suggest here and still hold a thought of being less than Jesus. How is it possible that a parent give one child less of themselves in the creation process? Why would a parent intentionally create inferior children?
When I listen to those whom I know to be great believers and still not know or trust the One who was sent to show us the way I understand why Jesus would ask, “Don’t you believe that I am in the Father, and that the Father is in me?”
I am but a humble servant of the One that lives in all things and these are the questions that I seek to resolve. My Beloved Elder Grandmother Pa’Ris’Ha has shares, that “we are all the begotten children…” Repeatedly Grandmother Pa’Ris’Ha shares, “Of myself I am a Nothing of my God I am all things…” Is this different from Jesus saying, “…it is the Father, living in me, who is doing his work.”
I know that I Am an expression of God. I know that because God is I Am. I know that which is called God by whatever the many Sacred Names is the Source of All. I know that without this Source I would be nothing.
So I am left wondering how is it possible to declare Faith in something that our very daily actions, speech and thought patterns clearly do not believe nor demonstrate. I ask that you please join in this discussion and help me see more clearly this separation of Self and Source.