Here is the third part of the recent interview with Almine about creation from the point of view of a Life of No Opposites, inspired by her Down the Rabbit Hole course. You can read the earlier posted part one here, and part two here. These two earlier post are highly recommended reading, to put this third installment and its deep insights into context. Enjoy!
Supergods. Not very poetic, but there you have it.
In the freedom of expression that was given to these Supergods, so that unique interpretation could take place of that which the Infinite revealed in its dance, choices were made to look elsewhere.
One third of the Supergods, led by one of the three Primary Expressions, no longer looked at the Infinite’s face. Instead they became mesmerized with the formation of their own Creation, even as the Infinite rejoiced in them. Soon they became addicted by watching creations take place, and abandoned their interpretations of what was revealed from the primary Source of existence. When they eventually tried to look back at the Embodiment of the Infinite, they could only see with their eyes. The full grandeur was gone, and it seemed as though the expressions of the Infinite were the same level of life, as the Infinite itself. They started to think the Infinite was the same as its expression and thus they interpreted the Infinite on a very small and limiting scale. They reflected back to the Infinite a very small picture. The Embodiment of the Infinite had never encountered untruth before. You could say this group of Supergods fell, as they forgot to truly see.
Now, another third of the eighteen arose to judge the situation. They tried to bridge the gap between the fallen Supergods and the Oneness from whence they came. This group was led by one of the three Primary Gods who later became known as God the Father. But understand that the very act of arbitrating between truth and illusion, reduces truth. It divides truth. It judged between what is and what isn’t, where before there had been no such thing as that which isn’t. It is impossible to judge the Incomprehensible, and thus this group also fell by also believing in the possibility of division and duality. Their judging became the origin of dogma and beliefs.
One third of the Primary Three and the subsequent eighteen never wavered. They never looked away from the Embodiment of the Infinite.
It gave the two thirds of the Primary Gods that fell great feelings of power and control, by leading others out of the Oneness. For it seemed they could be free, and act independently. So they built themselves within the drop within the Ocean, a tiny prison, in which they could do as they pleased. And they called it freedom. They formed the first space, and the first boundary, in which they could do as they whished. And great suffering and opposition began in this place of duality.
Stay tuned for the forth and final installment, to be posted here soon…
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