The knowledge that God is man is Jesus Christ … or God in man is the I AM of man. When you say I AM, that is God Himself for that is His name. When you say I AM, you are engaging your sensory perception. You know that you are because you know that you are. When that sensory perception awakens, for it is sleeping soundly as at now, but when it does, it remembers itself and realizes that all things were created from imagination. The human imagination is Adam. The awakened imagination is Jesus Christ and that Being who does the imagining is God. All things were made by it and without it was not anything made that was made. So therefore, if you can say I AM, then God dwells in you and Christ dwells in you and you are God Himself for you carry His name and that name is your name.
Therefore the bible, which you assume was the story of God who became man, is true. God became man. God became you and when you realize this, you then know that the stories in the bible is your personal stories and the twelves disciples of Jesus are your twelve disciples … for you are Christ.
When I say you are Christ, I am not referring to your ego. Your ego is the Adam in the bible. Your ego is the Cain, Ishmael, Esau, the eleven brothers of Joseph, Manasseh, Pharaoh, the ten spies, the city of Jericho, Goliath, King Saul, Absalom, Job’s three friends, etc of the bible. When I say you are Christ, I am referring to your real self, the I AM. The Being that is a complete stranger to you right now but He is your very Being for He is you. Your real self is All there is. The invisible, timeless Being is who I am referring to. When you know this to be truth, THAT is Jesus Christ. Not you … that truth is Jesus Christ and it is you that is that truth.
Now if you have understood that you are not your body or your story but you are something more than what you can see and more than what you can understand, then allow me to introduce to you, your twelve disciples.
Before going to the disciples, understand that the whole story of the bible is playing within man. This play that is going on within man is then projected to the screen of the 3D reality. If you are a man, then you are God and devil. You are Adam, Eve, Cain, Abel, Joseph, Pharaoh, Moses, Elijah, Isaiah etc. You are the garden of Eden, the trees, the cities, the law, the Israelite, the Canaanites, the Manna, the righteous man and foolish man of Proverbs, the wilderness, the wars, the Pharisees, the Romans, the seven churches of Revelations etc. You are everything and everyone and everyplace in the bible. Actually, the reality is that energy is moving inside of you in a specific pattern. This movement of energy which is in you then creates a mirror world and places you in charge to name “every living creature” (And out of the ground the Lord God formed every beast of the field, and every fowl of the air; and brought them unto Adam to see what he would call them: and whatsoever Adam called every living creature, that was the name thereof.Gen 2:19) This way, this movement can tell a story and in so doing, experience itself other than just the movement of energy. You are also given free will to do whatever you choose to do. The universe is always waiting patiently to see what you choose to do with every situation that comes your way, and in so doing define who you say you are and ultimately allow the universe to experience itself. But lets stick to bible stories instead of using new age stories.
And when he (awakened awareness) had called (recognized who they really are) unto him his twelve disciples (twelve identification of the inner workings of the Awareness), he gave them power against unclean spirits (unclean thoughts), to cast them out, and to heal all manner of sickness and all manner of disease. Matt 10:1 (KJV) Now the names (nature) of the twelve (complete, fulfilled) apostles (awakened spiritual thought processes/ideas) are these; The first, Simon, who is called Peter, and Andrew his brother; James the son of Zebedee, and John his brother; Matt 10:2 (KJV) Philip, and Bartholomew; Thomas, and Matthew the publican; James the son of Alphaeus, and Lebbaeus, whose surname was Thaddaeus; Matt 10:3 (KJV) Simon the Canaanite, and Judas Iscariot, who also betrayed him. Matt 10:4 (KJV)
- Simon – Faculty of hearing; Peter – Rock
- Andrew – Faculty of courage, patiently faithful
- James – The Just, faculty of righteous judgement
- John – The beloved, faculty of God’s love
- Philip – Word made manifest, faculty of sight
- Bartholomew – Faculty of imagination
- Thomas – Faculty of denial
- Matthew – Gift of God, faculty of will
- James – Faculty of discernment
- Thaddeus – Faculty of praise
- Simon (canaan) – Faculty of hearing
- Judas – Faculty of detachment.
1. Simon Peter
Simon is the faculty of hearing. Before this faculty is called (recognized, awakened), it allows itself to hear everything and anything from the outside world. This characteristics of this faculty caused it to be heavy unstable and non-dependable. Although faith cometh by hearing, this faculty, while untamed is incapable of getting faith from hearing. Such person is like the waves of the sea, driven and tossed by the wind. But as soon as this faculty is awakened, it becomes like a rock. Perfectly solid and able to hold even building of a church. It becomes stable, only hearing that which it wants to hear. It is at this time that the gate of hell (suffering) cannot prevail against it. Even when all circumstance are saying something different, this awakened faculty cannot hear it. It is incapable of hearing anything that does not benefit it. Before awakening, the faculty will hear health but when its body begins to feel strange, it denies the health three times! (number of completion). When awakened, the whole world might be against it and it would not move. How is your Simon Peter? Death in sin or awakened to faith?
Andrew, the brother of Simon Peter. Brother means you cannot see one without seeing the other. Andrew is the faculty of courage. To be courageous, you must first believe you have strength. This faculty of courage is that which is courageous enough to proclaim, “I have found the Messiah”. Unlike the rest of the faculty, courage is the only one who is bold enough to declare finding the Savior. He is able to do this because before finding the Savior, it always thought it was courageous. It also proclaims I have strength but deep deep down, it knows it doesn’t have enough courage … it doesn’t have enough strength. On finding the Savior however, it realizes superiority. It knows deep down that this is the real deal. It knows it. This is what it has been trying to be all this while. Now that it has found the unlimited awakened Imagination, it exclaims, “Messiah!”. Faith and courage work together. You cannot have faith without having courage. You cannot have courage without having faith.
James the Just is the faculty of righteous judgement. While this faculty sleeps, the untamed faculty judges by outward appearance. It judges using its limited understanding of good and evil. This faculty without awakening always result in condemnation. Such person would also have the illusory human feeling of self righteousness … until he falls into sins. When this faculty is awakened, righteous judgement reigns … the God kind of judgement. It doesn’t judge by outward appearance anymore but through the eyes of God. It is James who knows that God does not tempt you. He is the one who knows truly if the rest of the disciples are awakened. It is this faculty that lets you know if you are just a hearer of the word but not the doer (this word is not the bible. This is the word that was in the beginning with God). This faculty is always awakened with the John. One cannot awaken without the other. One cannot exist without the other.
John the beloved, the brother of James is the faculty of unconditional love. With James, this faculty follows faithfully the instruction of the Awakened Imagination, the I AM, ‘A new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another.
John 13:34 (KJV)’. While the faculty is asleep, only the shell of true love is experienced. Fear disguises as love, pride disguises as love, envy and jealously disguises as love, self sacrifice disguises as love, worship disguises as love, self righteousness disguises as love and laws disguises as love. Once awakened, this faculty realizes that you cannot claim you love God and hate your brother. It also realizes that you can only love another to the degree you love yourself John 13:34. While awakened, this faculty is the one who knows God intimately and satisfactory because God is love. It is the very faculty of God.
Philip is the faculty of sight. While asleep, this faculty always looks around trying to find the Father, (Brahma, that which is greater than Brahma, the I AM, the source). This faculty wants desperately to see the Father. As this faculty sleeps, it sees itself separate from everything else. It is incapable of seeing past the illusion of the 3rd dimension. It looks around and it sees everything independent of itself but it still wants to see the Father. It is the search for the Father that causes the faculty to awaken Bartholomew (or bring Bartholomew or Nathanael to Jesus). Even when the imagination is awakened, Philip still asks, ‘show me the Father’. Awakened Imagination replies with, ‘Have I been so long time with you, and yet hast thou not known me, Philip? he that hath seen me hath seen the Father; and how sayest thou then, Shew us the Father?
John 14:9 (KJV)‘. When Philip awakens, he sees God everywhere. He sees Him in the sun, in the moon, in the meal, woven in the dress, in the mind. While asleep, Philip believes in what you see is what you get. When awaken, what it believes is what it sees.
Bartholomew is the faculty of imagination. While asleep, this faculty can be described as dead. From childhood, the society has taught the child to kill this faculty as he grows. He is taught to remain physical and logical as ‘life is hard and it takes the smart to survive’. When this faculty is called by Philip who has recognized the Father, it asks Philip, ‘Can any good thing come out from Nazareth (a state of rest and worship)?’ Philip respond with, ‘Come and see’. This faculty is always awakened when the imaginal act of the one imagining comes into physical manifestation. At this point, the faculty would recognize the Son of God. While asleep, this faculty is used by “the devil” so to speak. It is this faculty that is pessimistic, always doubting, always looking down on new opportunities, always wanting to play safe, always going by the rules, always looking to bring others down and dim their light etc. As soon as Awakened Imagination recognizes it, it become the opposite of its former sleeping self.
Thomas is the faculty of denial. While asleep, this faculty takes little or no chance. It wants to see before it believes. When he is sick and awaken Peter tells him you are healed. This faculty denies this healing. It has yet to feel it. When awakened, this faculty becomes a warrior for Christ. Thomas will denial the whole world if they do not conform to what Awakened Imagination has said or showed him. His whole world could be in chaos and yet he still has peace of mind. He is not in denial because he is trying to be hopeful but because he now understand the difference between true reality and illusion. He becomes totally indifferent to any suggestions, news, conditions, events, happenings that are saying something different from what God has said. The faculty of total indifference to that which does not conform to what it wants is the nature of the awakened Thomas.
Matthew is the faculty of will. While asleep, this faculty is captured by material concerns … jobs, family, fame, cars, phones, money, party, empty/powerless religion, addictions etc. The will is imprisoned by these material things and does not know how to live without them. The will believes it would not survive without these outward “responsibilities” and hence become the very opposite of his nature. It cannot use his will to choose what it really wants (peace, happiness, joy and freedom). It would rather always look at the outside world to provide those things for it and hence becomes a slave to the system. When awakened, this faculty causes the person to leave all and follows Jesus. If Peter is still asleep, it would ask Awakened Imagination, “we have forsaken all, and followed thee; what shall we have therefore?”. Awakened Imagination would reply with, “And every one that hath forsaken houses, or brethren, or sisters, or father, or mother, or wife, or children, or lands, for my name’s sake, shall receive an hundredfold, and shall inherit everlasting life. Matt 19:29 (KJV)”. Matthew’s awakening is as a result of this recognition of God’s true gifts. It recognizes them as what he truly needs … not the material possessions but peace, happiness, joy and freedom, which are all in the Kingdom of God (Matt 6:33).
James is the faculty of discernment. While asleep, it is truly asleep with no activities. This faculty mostly awakens when other faculties are awakened. When awaken as a natural response to other awakened faculty, it is clairvoyant. It sees things beyond physical limits, predict them before they take place, hear things beyond the physical limits, feel things beyond physical limits, perform what the world would call signs, wonders and miracles, knows exactly what to do at the right place at the right time and it also knows that everything it does presently is perfectly in alignment. This faculty when awakened gives added advantage to those who awakens them.
Thaddeus is the faculty of praise. When awakened, this faculty recognizes that there is nothing to not be thankful for. It recognizes everything as perfectly in alignment and moving ever so smoothly in the direction of which the Father has chosen. So it is forever grateful and thankful for everything. While asleep, this faculty still depends on the outside world for thanksgiving, if it even engages in any form of praise. When things which looks positive happens, ‘thank you God!’ If things which looks negative happens, ‘why me? why does this always happen to me?’
11. Simon Of Canaan
Simon is the faculty of hearing. Canaan is a Hebrew word which means, lowland (physical manifestations, material affairs). While asleep, this faculty always hears bad news. Even when there is a good news, it will unconsciously try to look for the bad in the good. This faculty is concerned only with physical things. When awakened, this faculty becomes incapable of hearing bad news. Always good. It is this faculty that realizes that right now, in this moment, he can become an immortal and have all the abundance it so desires because it understands the truth of physical reality. So it goes ahead subduing itself (Canaan also, the subconscious mind) by seeing only good, by hearing only good. No matter how big the problem looks like, even if there are giants in the land, this awakened faculty will hear, “neither fear ye the people of the land; for they are bread for us: their defense is departed from them, and the Lord is with us: fear them not. Num 14:9 (KJV)”.
12. Judas Iscariot
Judas is the faculty of detachment. This faculty is the most important faculty to awakening. It is this faculty that bring to awareness the I AM or the awakened Imagination. This is the faculty that allow God to remember Himself as He was before He came into the earth. While this faculty sleeps, it believes that this reality, existence, story is all there is. It thinks it has to survive, to keep going, to make ends meet, to thrive, to hustle. It believes it has to compete, to fight, to manipulate … to get what it wants. This is because it has all forms of limiting believes. If I don’t finish school before 25, I might not do well in the world. If I don’t feed my family, they might leave me so I have to do everything I can to get money. If I don’t look beautiful enough, I might not get a man. If I don’t serve God enough, He would not bless me etc. Because this faculty is always struggling to be everything it can be in this reality with the idea that if things don’t turn out as expected, the worst will happen, he literally sells his own salvation for thirty pieces of silver, not recognizing it has its salvation. Naturally he dies emotionally, materially, financially or spiritually when he realizes what he has done. He dies as a result of regret and emptiness. But when this faculty is awakened, Judas will die willingly because he now understands that his death will cause Awakened Imagination to emerge. It detaches itself from, what is, in other for, what can be, to come into manifestation. A man who has this faculty awakened will detach himself from the idea of poverty so that his imaginative act of prosperity will come into manifestation. He will detach himself from sickness so that his imaginative act of health can come into manifestation. He will detach himself from being just a mere human so that his imaginative act of being the higher self comes into manifestation. It is when this detachment is complete that the person knows who he truly is. And while he yet spake, lo, Judas, one of the twelve, came, and with him a great multitude with swords and staves, from the chief priests and elders of the people. Matt 26:47 (KJV). While asleep, Judas will come against his Salvation with a thousand and one traditional, religious, environmental, logical, physical, written-on-a-stone laws of why what his imagination is saying does not make sense. While his imagination is saying you now have all the money you need, Judas will immediately reply with, how? my bank account is empty. I don’t have a good job. I don’t know anyone who will give me money etc. These laws will always win and successfully kill the imaginative act. But when the faculty of Judas is awake, he will say, ‘No man can take my life from me. I lay it down myself and I will pick it up myself’. He does it willing knowing that his detachment of what is will bring about something much more beautiful.
You are forever blessed.
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