Two Different Perspectives: Divinity and Humanity

Meteor track above the full moon, from Paradise in the early morning – May 7th, 2020

Divinity is a place composed of light, where the universal guidance counselors and architects of our world reside. A place of enlightened thought, feeling, and manifestation. A residence of dynamic perfection, ever guided by Cosmic Dharma.

These are souls grounded in service to Mother Divine, the source of the source as She is known. All of Creation emanates from Her, as a vast unending wave of order and creative energy, ultimate Grace and compassion, birthing stars and planets, galaxies, Beings, even universes rising and resting from Her womb, all set to the metronome of quickening primordial Silence.

Humanity on Earth is seen as the solid existence that it is, where each manifestation takes a concrete value, a responsibility in time and space. We take form here to interact with what we find and continue the soul’s journey of individual discovery.

This planet can be a near endless whirlpool of experience, learning, and challenge, exchanging one life for another, traveling either up, sideways, or down on the spiral of evolution, according to our accomplishments, stasis, or sin. We are imbued not only with our profound connection to the Divine, but also the ability to will ourselves completely free from such a nourishing influence for awhile, do anything we please, and then live the consequences. Ignorance is not bliss for long.

Earth is an unparalleled university of learning, composed of innumerable layers of life, diversified into endless components of consciousness. Divinity looks upon earth as a place of perfection, and sees joyous work in continuing such a heavenly influence here, particularly during this time of humanity’s soul awakening.

Just as our eyes adjust as children so that we can see further and further into the distance, so is the sight even more finely tuned to see Divinity. So it is with speech, hearing, and feeling, even touch and taste too. Just as anything grows familiar with regular contact, so it is with our connections to Divinity.

It doesn’t have to be a dramatic or arduous choice to seek Heaven. Just a matter of tuning. And tuning is a matter of observation, conclusion, and wisdom. Being in the right place at the right time; Reality, authenticity, invincibility. These are some of the qualities we develop in order to continuously and seamlessly interact with Divinity.

Divinity must be attracted to us also, so it is a two-way street. The Cosmos is ever the compassionate and precise expression of Mother Divine, yet when we need that extra boost, we must also find ways to nurture such relationships with the personified impulses of Heaven. The relationships with the Divine are also meant to be varied and diverse over time. Like any other culture, if we fit in we gain greater access.

This grand relationship, this fulfillment of human values, this seamless connection we hold with Divinity, is often described here on Earth (if it is acknowledged at all) as if one has peered into Heaven through a very small keyhole – Perhaps some light, some vague angelic forms, some good feelings and that will do for now. 🙂 This incomplete view is then reinforced into dogma and written down as the truth. But Divinity is never scarce nor diminished.

Now that humanity has access to many ways of discovering the light within, the fullness of Heaven can be experienced again naturally, calmly and in any setting. This enlightening influence is meant to serve us in life’s practical aspects, and ensure that we always know how to find a way successfully through all of the innumerable lessons we learn here.

Our relationship with Divinity is just one more way we learn about our true depth and identity in life, and how much we have access to, and most importantly, what we are capable of.

Let life happen to you. Believe me: life is in the right, always.” – Rainer Maria Rilke

Published by Jim Flanegin

it shows up in the pictures...I am a US citizen (born in California), though spent my childhood through high school living primarily in SE Asia, giving me a deep view of both East and West. I began TM at 21 and the TM-Sidhis at 26. I was visited by Guru Dev at 39. The rest is history. :-)

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