Tag: Christianity In the Law of One

Cosmic Christ: Christianity and the Law of One

Article by Doug Esse Abstract: This long article attempts to bridge the "apparent" gap between the metaphysics of Christianity and the Law of One material. For this author, the Law of One material is the clearest presentation of the Perennial Philosophy which undergirds all of the world's major religions.  Through the Jesus Event, the fullness … Continue reading Cosmic Christ: Christianity and the Law of One

Celebrating the Entrance of a New Concept Complex: “Jehoshua” as an Upgrade to Earth’s Third Density Operating System

An Article by Doug Esse _________ The following is an edited version of an email exchange between Jim McCarty of L/L Research and myself.  This is a reflection I provided based upon his good comments and dialog about my article called, "A Christmas Message for the Seeker Community: Allowing Logoic Love to Enter and Transform." … Continue reading Celebrating the Entrance of a New Concept Complex: “Jehoshua” as an Upgrade to Earth’s Third Density Operating System

Gospel of Thomas with Doug and Noa: Logion 28

Logion 28: Jesus said, “I took my place in the midst of the world, and I appeared to them in flesh. I found all of them intoxicated; I found none of them thirsty. And my soul became afflicted for the sons of men, because they are blind in their hearts and do not have sight; … Continue reading Gospel of Thomas with Doug and Noa: Logion 28

Gospel of Thomas with Doug and Noa: Logion 27

Logion 27: <Jesus> said: If you do not fast to the world, you will not find the kingdom; if you do not keep the Sabbath as Sabbath, you will not see the Father. ___________ Noa: fast to the world may be a reference to finding stillness, quiet, meditation, etc.  It is helpful to meditate in … Continue reading Gospel of Thomas with Doug and Noa: Logion 27

Gospel of Thomas with Doug and Noa: Logion 25

Logion 25: Jesus said: Love your brother as your soul; watch over him like the apple of your eye. _______________ Noa:  Brother: The language back then probably needed to be a little sexist for people to be able to hear it.  So, could be a few things, I think: Literal siblings or soul siblings. Back … Continue reading Gospel of Thomas with Doug and Noa: Logion 25