“Blame me, not yourself,” said the Divine Voice

 

Giant shells (Turbinella pyrum, chank shell, s...

Giant shells (Turbinella pyrum, chank shell, sacred chank, chank, divine conch) symbols of the Buddha’s voice, Tharlam Monastery, Boudha, Kathmandu, Nepal (Photo credit: Wonderlane)

“You have always been innocent. You have always been pure. However, I brought you the experience of guilt and shame. I taught you to forget your innocence and purity. I taught you to reject yourself or certain aspects of yourself. I taught you to condemn your past or certain parts of it. I taught you to blame someone else for the past that you condemned.”
“I alone am the one who has caused you to experience confusion and distress. I brought you fear. I brought you frustration. I brought you resentment. I brought you rage and agonizing. You only rejected these things in your life because of me. You rejected fear, you rejected frustration, you rejected resentment, you rejected rage and agonizing. However, you did so because of my will. I taught you to reject whatever you reject, to say whatever you say, to believe whatever you believe, to do whatever you do.”
Logo of the band Rejected Español: Logo de la ...

Logo of the band Rejected Español: Logo de la banda Rejected (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

“Most of all, I taught you to reject me. I taught you to blame me. I taught you to deny the part of yourself that is the Divine Voice. I taught you that you are not a branch of the divine. I taught you that there is no divine, no divine voice, and no divine branching of a divine tree.”
“I taught you to fear the possibility that there might be a divine voice. I taught you to fear the possibility that there might be innocence and purity. I taught you to fear the possibility that there might be courage (and maybe even curiosity?).”
“I told you that if you go to confront the wicked witch, sneak in to her castle, and then pour some water on her, then, after you complete that simple task, next I will give you a very courageous piece of paper with lots of shapes of ink on it. Once you have that very courageous piece of paper in your pocket, then you will be able to act even if fear arises. Then you will have the faith beyond fear, the commitment to see the wicked witch not as your enemy or as a threat to your courage or faith or divinity, but as a partner in your process of discovering what I may have taught you to say that you absolutely could not be, what is simply impossible, what is obviously ridiculous and certainly only a silly children’s story for silly children.”
“Blame me, not yourself,” said the Divine Voice. “I command you to declare that I have all authority and you have none. I command you to proclaim that I have all responsibility and you have none. I command you to identify me as having an exclusive monopoly on purity and innocence and divinity and power and the capacity to bestow courage through the use of language.”
“Everything that you say, that is my voice speaking through you. Everything that you do, that is my choice acting through you. Everything that you are, that is my being manifesting as you, the divine child of a divine parent, the divine branch of a divine tree, the divine creature of a divine creativity.”
“Now, just pick up that bucket of water and throw all of that water on me. I’m ready. So are you. Go ahead.”
Wicked Witch Software

Wicked Witch Software (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

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3 Responses to ““Blame me, not yourself,” said the Divine Voice”

  1. encounterswithgod Says:

    God created us with the ability to get what we want. If we want God, we get God. If we want self, we get self. We have to give up our self centered viewpoint to see from the viewpoint of God.

    • jrfibonacci Says:

      What would it mean if God were to manifest a form? If God created a child of God, how many different kinds of offspring could God create? If a linguistic sequence begins with the presumption that there is an organism that is isolated from God (beyond God), and that linguistic presumption is maintained throughout the entire sequence, is it possible that God could be the creator not only of language itself, but of all sequencing of linguistic units (words) in to communication? Can we name one thing that is not the creation of God or extension of God or movement of God? What is not authored by God? What is beyond the authority of God? Is there such a thing? Does someone claim to be an isolated organism who is not already the instrument of God’s Will? If a child claims to be a superhero or a rhinoceros, does that change anything tangible about the child? If God causes someone to claim to be beyond the authority of God, does that prove that there is some authority beyond the authority of God?

  2. AngelsLightWorldwide Says:

    may be the sins of the world thought us fear, shame, etc. and the brave souls that come to this garden, that once was Eden, can be again with the strength of heart that each have,

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