What is hidden… is some day always revealed. I think there is not one soul on this planet that has not asked the question, “Who Am I?” Three little words with such complexity and ambitiousness. When something is hidden it simply means it lies deep beneath physical surfaces, requiring those who esteem to know, to make use of the valuable keys given, to seek and find what lies within.
What is hidden within ourselves, is our soul-spirit. Our soul and spirit are not the same. The soul (Nephesh) is our natural awareness of life, which goes through many formations, transformations, and rebirths, while our spirit (Ruach) is the spirit of divine authority for inspiration and understanding through Divine Mind.
That which is hidden must be sought after and discovered if you want to find your innermost truest self. Our soul-spirit is eternal, sacred, where we find our divine sovereignty hidden in that deeper space within us.
German writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749–1832), in his works wrote: “You give me space to belong to myself yet without separating me from your own life.” How beautifully stated. What is hidden must have space, for the search which is not near yet not far. God gives us room to stretch out, to roam, travel, discover ourselves while allowing us to have access to His many realms of Himself as above and so below. What is hidden, the realization of who we truly are, who we are once the biochemical shell of our being has been removed. “Follow the Path from Within!”
Nothing Real Can Be Threatened
Nothing real can be threatened. Nothing real can be separated. Nothing real will ever be without. You can never be alone for to be alone is to believe you are separated and apart from the realization of who you truly are… Spirit, your divine source. Your Spirit is the hidden temple that was built within the understanding of Divine Spirit, the only source of all life.
Our inner temple was built cell by cell, just like building a house brick by brick. Our inner temple is made of life-force energy, intelligence, power, and an ego. However, the ego must be clothed, because the circumference of our body is made up of thoughts, which are tailored to express divine mind perfectly.
Within the hidden temple can be found our hidden altar, the heart. If we develop ourselves according to our divine plan, there are certain processes and conditions to be observed. You cannot truly come before the altar without purification, without a mental cleansing, a change of mind, a relinquishment of our sense ways. From the lower consciousness when we create causes of separation, sin, lack, denial, unforgiveness, selfishness and mistrust. We must learn to open our eyes with the courage and boldness of absolute purity within the eternal temple of ourselves. Every person is a high priest in their own consciousness. We must stop visualizing the illusions of fear, realize what has already been placed within us and use it.
So, what becomes real to us can only be found within and what is found outwardly can only be determined by what lies within. What are we bringing to our inner altar, divine love, or disdain, feelings of fear, which can only be found within the lower realms of understanding.
Nothing real can be threatened, nothing real can be separated, and nothing real will ever be without.
A Questing for Inner Quiescence
When we feel that it is time to give space to the divine temple within ourselves, it is our Divine Overself tapping us upon our hearts, to inform us, that it is time to seek ‘Questing from our Inner Quiescence.’ What do I mean by questing for inner quiescence?
It is our truest identity, which does not carry the hue’s of mankind, calling us. It is a journey of self-discovery and enlightenment. A time in our stillness where we find pure consciousness of both knowledge and truth. You know that place where we go to still the noise in exchange for peace and tranquility. That place where we take our questions of uncertainty, fear, doubt, and anxiousness and to open ourselves up to new possibilities.
But to attain insight into the realm of possibilities, we must practice a state of rest or inactivity. We must not be concerned about the external world while trying to meditate, or be still. Quiescence is that state where one is free from the distractions of the world. Where you leave behind the various colors of the world; the material realms of matter and substance, and step into the realm of the unknown where both blankness begins and ends. Quietism is the best way to attain spiritual enlightenment, withdrawing from the world and focusing your attention on your own inner life. There is a whole world inside of you, do you know it as well as you know the outer realm of your existence?
Mankind has spent much time building the outer world of matter, providing us with all of the conveniences of comfort, nourishment and pleasure. But, has mankind spent equal time building the inner world within self. How long has it taken each one of us to become aware of our inner spiritual connection. How long has it taken mankind to be willingly available to strive for something that is seemingly impossible such as world peace or the end of world suffering.
How sheer is your authenticity between you and the Divine. Are you open and receptive, leaving no barriers in between, and allowing yourself to experience the divine presence in all things. Our spiritual sheerness is that state of being where one is free from attachments and ego, where you can see the world clearly, without judgment.
Sheerness is a difficult state to achieve, but it is a state that is worth striving for. When one is in a state of being sheer within their life, they are able to experience the fullness of life and to connect with the divine in a profound way. Sheerness is a journey, not a destination. It is process of opening ourselves up to the divine and the letting go of our attachments; emotional, tangible, mental, physical. Sheerness is the something we should consider when choosing the different fabrics of life within the applications of our lives. When we are sheer within the divinity of our truest self, we are transparent, open, and honest with oneself and others. It leads us towards a deeper understanding of ourselves and of the world around us. We know who we are and who we are not. So, as you prepare your quest to become quiescence in your life…
How sheer will the transparency of your life become?
Follow the Path From Within