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  • iam999freedom
    Dec 27, 2012
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      Thanks for your comments Prometheus; they were meaningful to me.

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      --- In EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous@yahoogroups.com, "prometheus_973" <prometheus_973@...> wrote:
      > Hello I AM and All,
      > Yes, religion doesn't allow
      > people to have their own
      > unique experiences with
      > Self, Divinity, Spirit, etc.
      > And, there's always some
      > expert to redirect a person
      > into their own niche when
      > each should explore their
      > own path but unite on the
      > inner realms of the same,
      > elusive, invisible Real.
      > Prometheus
      > I AM wrote:
      > Yes Prometheus the story of Lillith imo also is a lot of mythology which has no
      > proof at all and really makes no sense.
      > On the other hand the story of Lila I can't say from anything I've experienced
      > or read that's resonated with me that would convince me either way that
      > everything was one in the beginning and then became differentiated into
      > multiplicity or rather there is self that is always and has always been other.
      > I had an interesting dream when I was about 15 years old. The dream was very
      > clear and understandable. There was a being of light and love and there were
      > souls of individual unique light that were an extended part but not completely
      > one with this being of light and love. I was quite happy because I felt a lot
      > of love and light emanating from this being. Many of the other souls were quite
      > dormant and apathetic. All of a sudden there was a booming roar of thunder and
      > this being became quite angry because of the dormant souls not being happy about
      > being in such an apathetic state.
      > Suddenly there was a dark abyss that appeared and souls were being in some cases
      > thrown and in other cases going quite willingly into this darkness. Some were
      > quite happy with the violence and hate that appeared to await them for at least
      > they would have a chance to experience more than mere apathy. I was one of the
      > souls who was literally shaken and afraid of going into these dark worlds
      > seemingly devoid of love. However I became aware that I had to go as well
      > because I hadn't learned to share the love I was receiving. I was also assured
      > that one day with experience and learning I would return to a better world of
      > love with more freedom of expression.
      > Upon awakening when I reflected on that dream I thought that it symbolized the
      > early days of creation before time and space (the worlds of darkness) were
      > created.
      > I should mention that during that period in my life I was learning about life
      > beyond the physical state of consciousness through OBE's and also with beings
      > from the other side. Whether this dream was "mocked up" by them in order to
      > instill with me their interpretation of creation I am not sure although at the
      > time I was quite certain of the authenticity of the dream. Also prior to that
      > dream I did not read one iota of eastern mystical teaching.
      > When I read Proof of Heaven: A Neurosurgeon's Journey into the Afterlife" a lot
      > of the book (for obvious reasons of brevity I only included an excerpt), but
      > certainly not all of the book, was very similar to my own experiences. And I
      > tend to try and synthesize what I read into what I experience or resonates with
      > me. The most important part of the book for me is that Love is at the core of it
      > all.
      > I've never been quite sure of why this being would individualize in the first
      > place if that's what it did. I've read that it was kind of an experiment to
      > perhaps relieve its own stagnation. Don't know.
      > I AM
      > prometheus wrote:
      > >
      > > Hello All,
      > > It's all interesting mental
      > > gymnastics and circular
      > > thinking fueled by myth.
      > > When reading about lila I
      > > thought of Lillith and how
      > > God kept screwing up in
      > > order to please Adam.
      > >
      > http://gnosis.org/lilith.htm
      > >
      > > Prometheus
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