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    Listen to your experience.

    Therefore never supplicate. You cannot lie to yourself. Your mind knows the truth of your thoughts. Then the prayer is a prayer of thanksgiving. It is not a request at all, but a statement of gratitude for what is so.

    Conversations with God : an uncommon dialogue

    God created you, in the image and likeness of God. You have created the rest, through the power God has given you.

    I do not care what you do, and that is hard for you to hear. How can you ever truly find peace? What then would be the result? As Jesus did. Yet, as with most saints, people would not understand you. It is either a thought of love or fear.

    From your mother and your father. It is also the experience you bring to Me. But this is a simplistic view of God, based on your mythology. So, too, do you damn yourself never to know Me as I really am. Until you do. For you shall not be able to deny Me forever, and the moment will come for our Reconciliation.

    But you have free choice about which of these to select. Why is that? By this measure can you determine whether they are words to heed or words to ignore. You need learn nothing to do this. Yet knowing is not enough. As Jesus did.

    Neale Donald Walsch: CONVERSATIONS WITH GOD, Book 1

    As did every saint you have ever idolized. Yet, as with most of those saints, people would not understand you. And when you tried to explain your sense of peace, your joy in life, your inner ecstasy, they would listen to your words, but not hear them. They would try to repeat your words, but would add to them. They would wonder how you could have what they cannot find. And then they would grow jealous.

    Soon jealousy would turn to rage, and in their anger they would try to convince you that it is you who do not understand God. And if they were unsuccessful at tearing you from your joy, they would seek to harm you, so enormous would be their rage.

    And when you told them it does not matter, that even death cannot interrupt your joy, nor change your truth, they would surely kill you. Then, when they saw the peace with which you accepted death, they would call you saint, and love you again.

    For it is the nature of people to love, then destroy, then love again that which they value most. But why? Why do we do that? All human actions are motivated at their deepest level by one of two emotions—fear or love. In truth there are only two emotions—only two words in the language of the soul.

    These are the opposite ends of the great polarity which I created when I produced the universe, and your world, as you know it today. Without these two points, without these two ideas about things, no other idea could exist. Every human thought, and every human action, is based in either love or fear. There is no other human motivation, and all other ideas are but derivatives of these two. They are simply different versions—different twists on the same theme. Think on this deeply and you will see that it is true.

    This is what I have called the Sponsoring Thought. It is either a thought of love or fear. This is the thought behind the thought behind the thought. It is the first thought.

    Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 1

    It is prime force. It is the raw energy that drives the engine of human experience. And here is how human behavior produces repeat experience after repeat experience; it is why humans love, then destroy, then love again: always there is the swing from one emotion to the other.

    If God retreats and withdraws when you do not perform properly, will not mere mortals also?

    And if you hear it back, then you begin immediately to worry that the love you have just found, you will lose. And so all action becomes a reaction—defense against loss—even as you seek to defend yourself against the loss of God. Yet if you knew Who You Are—that you are the most magnificent, the most remarkable, the most splendid being God has ever created—you would never fear. For who could reject such wondrous magnificence?

    Not even God could find fault in such a being. But you do not know Who You Are, and you think you are a great deal less.

    And where did you get the idea of how much less than magnificent you are? From the only people whose word you would take on everything.

    From your mother and your father. These are the people who love you the most. Why would they lie to you? Yet have they not told you that you are too much of this, and not enough of that? Have they not reminded you that you are to be seen and not heard? Have they not scolded you in some of the moments of your greatest exuberance? And, did they not encourage you to set aside some of your wildest imagining? It was your parents who taught you that love is conditional—you have felt their conditions many times—and that is the experience you take into your own love relationships.

    It is also the experience you bring to Me. From this experience you draw your conclusions about Me. Within this framework you speak your truth. Do you not know the pain of their damnation? How, then, could you imagine it to be any different with Me? You have forgotten what it was like to be loved without condition.

    You do not remember the experience of the love of God.

    But this is a simplistic view of God, based on your mythology. It has nothing to do with Who I Am. Having thus created an entire thought system about God based on human experience rather than spiritual truths, you then create an entire reality around love. It is a fear-based reality, rooted in the idea of a fearful, vengeful God. Its Sponsoring Thought is wrong, but to deny that thought would be to disrupt your whole theology.

    And though the new theology which would replace it would truly be your salvation, you cannot accept it, because the idea of a God Who is not to be feared, Who will not judge, and Who has no cause to punish is simply too magnificent to he embraced within even your grandest notion of Who and What God is.

    This fear-based love reality dominates your experience of love; indeed, actually creates it. For not only do you see yourself receiving love which is conditional, you also watch yourself giving it in the same way. And even while you withhold and retreat and set your conditions, a part of you knows this is not what love really is. So, too, do you damn yourself never to know Me as I really am.

    Until you do. For you shall not be able to deny Me forever, and the moment will come for our Reconciliation. Decisions affecting business, industry, politics, religion, the education of your young, the social agenda of your nations, the economic goals of your society, choices involving war, peace, attack, defense, aggression, submission; determinations to covet or give away, to save or to share, to unite or to divide—every single free choice you ever undertake arises out of one of the only two possible thoughts there are: a thought of love or a thought of fear.

    Unendingly have you beseeched Me. Show Myself.

    Explain Myself. Reveal Myself. I am doing so here, in terms so plain, you cannot misunderstand. In vocabulary so common, you cannot get lost in the verbiage.

    So go ahead now. Ask Me anything. I will contrive to bring you the answer. The whole universe will I use to do this.

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