The Kingdom of God and the world of illusion

All of God’s creations were created perfectly by God. The perceptual distortions laid over God’s Kingdom form a world of illusion wherein the Son of God seems separated from his Father and at war with his brothers. This is the world that God did not create, but arose from the “tiny, mad idea” of separation, and by projection cast an overlay on the Paradise of God’s creation. Paradise is the pre-separation state of Mind wherein there are no perceived needs. This state is the Son’s only Reality.

“In the creation, God extended Himself to His creations and imbued them with the same loving will to create. You have not only been fully created, but created perfect. There is no emptiness in you. Because of your likeness to your creator you are creative. No child of God can lose this ability because it is inherent to what he is, but he can use it inappropriately by projecting. The inappropriate use of extension, or projection, occurs when you believe that some emptiness or lack exists within you, and that you can fill it with your own ideas instead of truth.” (ACIM Text pg 17).

The use of projection results in the world of illusion. Without projection there is no belief in space and time and emptiness or stop-frames on Love within it as being part of the extension of creation; there is no idea of death. There is no need for Relief from suffering; suffering does not exist in the pre-separation state of Mind. This is the state that is returned to, in Mind, by Self-Realization.

In the Mind of God are all ideas at rest, perfectly balanced in their Source. In the Mind of God is everything provided; unborn and never born.

In the state of Oneness of Father and Son that is creation extending, there is no idea of need. Appearance and disappearance of needs is a sensual illusion. At rest in God’s Mind is the One Desire fulfilled, and are all needs met.

“The world is not left by death, but by truth” (ACIM)

 

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10 thoughts on “The Kingdom of God and the world of illusion

    1. Darcie French, BSW Post author

      God’s Creation that is His Son is beyond description. All of the heart of sentient life is God’s Son. What God’s Son thinks (what you think, what I think) is not what God Created, but a projection outside of extending what cannot be thought or described. Everything God created was created perfectly. When one looks at any part of the Sonship and sees anything but perfection, one is not seeing creation as God created. And indeed, it is not possible to see as God created through the body’s eyes. So one looks past all thought of imperfection to the Christ within, to Know Unity with the Personality of the One Infinite Being.

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      1. Kenneth

        In the Absolute state, are you Aware that God created you? Are you aware of yourself as a separate being?

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      2. Darcie French, BSW Post author

        You know how when a baby is born, it is born with needs: it needs air, food, water, touch. In the Absolute, these needs never came into being. The universe never came into being. A concept of “God” never came into being. There is only Absolute Satiation.

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    1. Darcie French, BSW Post author

      Totally beyond description. But I love to try 🙂 One is the Quality of Love and this Quality is Known to be Reality and Identity as One. One’s “individuality” does not “disappear” into nothingness, but into one’s very Identity; the individual never was and so isn’t “gone”. The state is Known by its Absolute Familiarity; one is so “at home” in the state, there is no awareness of ever having left. It is Known that everything is included and yet, nothing ever was any different than Absolute Satiation; the One Desire is Fulfilled. Joy has a limit to it. Joy can’t be sustained and it needs “prompts”; it needs the “joyful”. The Absolute is like sustained joy but it is still far, far Beyond it. The Absolute does not compute duality. Duality comes into play when joy “runs out” in this world. In the Absolute there is no potential for anything to run out, or to suddenly swing to “the other side”; there is no yin and yang, there are no “scales of balance”. The Absolute is Perfect Equilibrium. There is Absolute Stillness, no motion, but a Known “internal” (though there is no “out” or “in”) interchange of the Quality of Love. This interchange is truly indescribable. It is not an exchange, it is not like attachment love exchanged between a this and a that, but the very Quality of Love interchanging with its Self. Love begetting Love begetting Love continuously without interruption, without deviation.

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      1. Kenneth

        Is “God is the Giver of Life” experienced in the Absolute, or is that something that is formulated afterwards?

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      2. Darcie French, BSW Post author

        Nothing is experienced in the Absolute; experience is subjectively quantified. The Absolute is always, there is no “before” or “afterwards” as there is with experience – the Absolute is continuous extension of Love’s Changeless Quality and this is nothing the ego made via projection; there is no ego. Projection obscures the Quality of the Absolute by its own intended qualities (that are not Absolute Quality). The separation is only believed to be real by the qualities of projection experienced; in the Absolute, projection never happened – there is no other quality than Love interchanging. Absolute Knowledge is naturally beyond the “experiencer” of being separate from Knowledge and subject to belief. The experiencer of infinite variegation disappears into one’s Absolute Identity and Reality which are one in the same Quality of Love.

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