By Marie Eska … Infinite Creator, I am tethered to Your voice, to the whispers of an eternal belonging. Surrounded by third density noise, I search the silence for Your quiet calling. In the pause between stimulus and response, I seek You. In this sacred moment of life, I not only encounter, but experience with … Continue reading Silence, Belonging, Breathing, Dancing
Category: Christianity and the Law of One
Prayer by Marie Eska Doug: Marie is a friend of mine and a gifted writer. I asked her permission to post some of her prayers that she occasionally writes for our spiritual group, Building 4th. Infinite Creator, I choose to accept the “now’s” I have known. I choose to love this present “now.” Your embrace … Continue reading The Pure Delight of Knowing I Am Yours
By Doug Esse It was my pleasure to connect with a wonderful group, Caritas Consciousness Project. I introduced the Law of One in a bit more in-depth than other introductions. I include a powerpoint as well. https://youtu.be/37MZ8v9C6ZQ
by Doug Esse The following is my response to a Facebook post for a Progressive Catholic group. The question posed was: "Do you think that the virginal conception of Jesus is pure myth, a tall tale or legend, or real? Can it be proven historically? Can it be proven with exact certitude? Thoughts?" This question … Continue reading Was Jesus Conceived by the Holy Spirit or by Natural Means?: A Reflection Informed by Law of One and Spiral Dynamics
By Doug Esse The following is taken from my Facebook response to a question asked by a seeker who wondered about how theologian and renowned teacher on nondual Christianity, Richard Rohr, asserts that there is no "hell." My response was worded for readers who likely are open-minded but more comfortable within conventional belief systems. I … Continue reading Hell, Heaven, Christianity, and the Way of Oneness: A Both/And Approach to an Outdated Theology
Article by Doug Esse How do we hold the paradoxes together? Many new agers feel liberated through leaning into spirituality while rejecting religion. I sure understand the impulse. On the other hand, many religious people criticize new age spirituality as lacking a rootedness and meaningful anchors onto which we cling when life really gets hard … Continue reading Is Your Spirituality Rooted, Embodied, and Able to Hold Paradoxes with an Open Heart?
Article by Doug Esse The following is taken from an email exchange I had with a Catholic priest about the future of Christianity. I speak about ET, reincarnation, and inner planes work as being normal phenomena for a future Christianity. This email is redacted to make sense to the reader. ________________ I would see myself … Continue reading A Letter to a Catholic Priest about the Future of Christianity: The Law of One as the Perennial Philosophy
Redacted by Doug Esse Sometimes it is helpful to use our creativity to engage well-known spiritual ideas or prayers from a new perspective. In the Gospel of Matthew (6:9-13), Jesus tells those who were following him, "your Father knows what you need before you ask." He then invites them to pray in a way that … Continue reading The Lord’s Prayer Reinterpreted from a Law of One Perspective
An article by Doug Esse The inspiration of this article comes from a dream. I offer this account and information in the spirit that it was given to me: one of deep love, gratitude, joy, centered, peace, and perspective. I'll not give lots of details of the dream for much of that is personal and subjective … Continue reading The Accuser and the Advocate in the Theater of Third Density: A Reflection on the Nature of “Evil”
By Doug Esse The following is a list of Law of One material quotes that highlight foundational themes for me. As someone from the mystical Christian background, these main themes which I found in the Law of One helped me to trust Ra's metaphysics. I referenced them in my interview with Rick Archer at Buddha … Continue reading Law of One References the Infinite Creator as Reality that Is Triune, Personal, and Ankh-Shaped.