Author: Doug Esse The following graphs depict an introduction to divine procession from the nothingness/void of Infinity-without-awareness through manifestation and concluding with creation returning to the Infinite Creator, or Source. This information is based upon my understanding of the Law of One material, so it will contain my own limitations. It is also meant to … Continue reading Law of One Graphics, Intro: Densities
Love has a structuring. Ra states that "the origin of all energy is the action of free will upon love. The nature of all energy is light" (54.27). As the Infinite Creator's White Light passed through the prism/concept of "Finity," the Seven Densities were created. Densities are akin to Divine Chakras on the macro scale. … Continue reading There and Back Again: The Cosmic Tale
I am indebted to Cynthia Bourgeault for her books, Wisdom Jesus, and The Meaning of Mary Magdalene: Discovering the Woman at the Heart of Christianity. In those two books, she offers provocative imagery of Jesus descending into "hell" and witnessing the brokenness there. The witnessing heals. Why? Wounds belong to the separated realms, both in us … Continue reading Holy Saturday: The Archetypal Jouney Into Brokenness
Since so much has been written before on the Eucharist, I endeavor to go into different directions than the orthodox, or mainline, understanding. My hope is that my reflection will enhance the mainline meanings as I view them from a "Law of One" lens. If we start from the premise that all is One and that Love expresses … Continue reading The Eucharist: When the Absolute Overshadows the Relative
Introduction The topic of Christ can be daunting in trying to explain one's understanding of it. I am so aware of great attempts by other people that I wondered if I had anything to say. It turns out, I did. In this essay, I pick up from where I left off on my essay of … Continue reading Christianity In the Law of One Material, Part 2: Who was Christ?
Is there a way to understand Jesus' Passion on the cross as indeed a sacrifice but not as an atonement? Atonement Theology, which necessitates and angry, wrathful God who demands payment for sins, has been a central interpretation of mainstream Christianity for most of its 2000 year history. Is it wrong? In more modern, progressive … Continue reading Substituted Love and Atonement
I had been feeling a certain level of anxiety since Sunday. There are reasons for this, but it could be summed up by saying that what is happening "out there" with the Sphere Alliance, SSP, Dracos, etc, I understand as really taking place and I am tapping into the brewing battles of energy. This is … Continue reading Christ as a Force Field