Alabama, US of A, January 22, 2014.
Teacher: Thought Adjuster.
Subject: “The Light Within.”
Message received by Oscar.
Thought Adjuster: “Those who are spiritually passive find it easier to receive specific recipes about how to behave. This is the reason why many religions have succumbed to the need of establishing commandments and laws of conduct to satisfy their followers. However, the religion of Jesus is based on sincere faith and asserts that only through this faith can all necessary things for salvation – spiritual progress – be obtained.
A code of conduct would be limited to the place and the time of its creation. These codes should also be subjected to spiritual discernment because common sense should tell you that it is not logical to act the same way in every possible situation. It was this literal and absolutist interpretation of Moses’ commandments that halted the development of art among Jewish people, because of their tendency to consider all forms of painting and sculpture as idolatry.
True religion is based on faith and the desire of a human being to become more like the Father – thirst and hunger for righteousness. Those who have this motivation are dynamic in their decisions and actions, adapting to new situations without losing sight of their goal of reaching perfection. When you want to do good you try to repeat the actions of those you consider good, but when you are good you strive to express through your being the will of the Father, thus becoming a revelation of God to your peers.
Seek first to transform from the inside into what you desire to be, the most perfected image of yourself that you can conceive in your mind. Once this desire has taken hold of your heart and as you feed this impulse with the divine inspiration obtained from constant contact with the Presence of God in your being, you will, indeed, become better and your actions and decisions will be a reflection of the light that shines from within yourself.”
© The 11:11 Progress Group.
Faith is just curiosity tinged with hope — Thought Adjuster.