We have lost faith in God and all he represents because the truth of what he stands for has been distorted by those who have separated God from his true self, dividing him into categories all with religion as the main heading, and by doing so creating enormous rifts which have generated hatred and caused many wars. This is not God’s way, nor is it what the other creators intended for Earth. It is vital at this time to understand this as we are hurtling towards a new age where love and forgiveness is essential for our survival.
Many are quick to dismiss the possibility that God exists. “Look at all the wicked things that are happening in the world.” They cry. “Surely if there were a God he would stop them?!” The truth is that God is such is pure and loving energy it is impossible for him to understand the concept of evil and because he knows only love he lacks the ability to hate, judge, condemn or punish. Seemingly he is powerless in the face of it but we are not. Through prayer or by simply thinking what it is we would like we can manifest our intentions for the good of mankind and Mother Earth. We are all co-creators through the imagination of our consciousness. It is true we create our own reality. But why do we dismiss this power that is around us and within us? There could be a number of reasons for this; Is it simply because we truly believe God is to blame for everything that goes wrong in our lives and on the entire planet? Or is it because the very fabric of our being has been eroded by materialism and consumerism? Perhaps it’s because we have lost faith in the institutions which represent God and the doctrines of religion who all claim to embody God’s word yet keep us bound in fear, threatening us with evil if we do not become God’s obedient servant. But how can this be so when God is such a pure and loving energy? The true intention of God and the interpretation of his word have been falsely portrayed by those who seek to control the masses through fear, and of course they have a captive audience because whoever or whatever you believe God to be he features strongly throughout our lives from the day we are born. We are influenced to such an extent that at some point in our lives we feel compelled to react one way or another to God, either turning away from him or turning to him depending on our situation at the time.
Christ came to the Earth because a new consciousness was needed as civilisation on the whole was moving from pagan beliefs to Christian doctrines, many which stemmed from paganism but were dismantled and then reformed to create a Christian ideology, moving away from gentle aspects of paganism in the process, such as honouring Mother Earth, and the ‘sacred feminine’ of which all women were the living embodiment of, and who were naturally held in such high regard because they were considered to be the keepers of ancient wisdom and information upon which the survival of Mother Earth was dependent on. And slowly a new religion was born; one where men were the only people who were allowed any kind or control, and the women with their wisdom and gentle female energy which contributed to the well-being of Mother Earth and all of creation, were hidden or banished to allow Christianity to become a male dominated religion, and the true meaning of Christ’s teachings based simply on heart-felt love and forgiveness became lost along the way.
There is a higher power, far greater than you could ever imagine within us and around us. Whether you want to believe it to be God or not is entirely up to you. It is vital we remain connected to it but often when we lose faith in ourselves we lose its connectedness. Yet it is always there – It doesn’t go away but it is our self which moves away from it because we have many distractions and responsibilities to ensure we meet the demands placed on us and we lose sight of our own requirements. We lack time for ourselves and put aside our own needs and the result is that we vanish and lose touch with who we really are, who we should really be, because we do not allow ourselves the mental freedom to explore our imagination and ultimately, our own spirituality, which is vital if we are to understand our spiritual needs and also essential to living a fulfilled life, physically, emotionally and spiritually.
Faith simply means believing in the very thing you trust to be true. You don’t have to be taught it; it is already within you.