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Advaita, apocalyse, Pentacostal oneness, redemption, etherealization, and Christ consciousness

excerpted from OM, baby! a pilgrimage to the eternal self, by Jack Haas




           To merge the inner with the outer is to be conscious of both the inner and outer at the same time, and then to merge both aspects into one.

            At the subtle level of Self, where all duality ends, there is neither male nor female, good nor evil, inside nor out- only a living, limitless ocean of being/awareness/peace.

            At the point of absolute integration- when all is one, and time is no more- there are no words left by which it can be described; it can no longer be called spirit, flesh, mind, or matter. The closest proximity to a description lies in the Sanskrit word advaita: non-dual, not two.

            When all is one self, that self is a oneness which defies all categories of duality, for it is now one I which is both male and female, transcendent and immanent, spirit and flesh.

To be this one I is to become nothing, so as to become everything, so as to go beyond everything, which is to enter the ethereal realm.

            The etherealization of existence is both macrocosmic and microcosmic- it is a dispersion and a coagulation, an expansion and a contraction wherein the cosmic light condenses into the body, a harmonization occurs, the flesh takes on a new vibration, the spirit is transformed, and the whole being is etherealized and elevated in the transfiguration.

The Apocalypse is simply a change in vibration. Redemption is the return to oneness, the vibration of the all, the end of duality and of time; the Self immanent- God born into God.

I say this because I was told in a dream that there have been religions which worshipped the Father/Consciousness/Spirit, and there have been religions which worshipped the Mother/Matter/Soul, but there has never been one which worshipped both. Now there is.

I announce a new advaita, a non-duality that includes both spirit and matter.

Here every I is the same I, and I is everything; through oneness our common I is born from multiplicity into unity. I is oneness.

Dark and light, genius and fool, sinner and saint, madman and wisewoman, I am all opposites. I am one.

I have joined the colonization of the new vibration of oneness begun by Christ. I, as a separated being, was Christed, even though I was a thief and a coward. The stain of my sin of separation was absorbed and transmuted in the ruthless love of Christís Pentecostal oneness.

            To become the violent peace that is the Christ is to shatter the world of action and reaction. It is to be the eternal diamond inside the ephemeral muck. And to be that muck also. One.

            In this way Christ consciousness becomes what is.

The oneness of the Christ self is greater than the ego, because it contains others as well. Christ is this stone bridge across the canyon, creating the only true marriage within, which is the death of separation.

Once integrated Christ radiates out in all directions from within; there is neither above nor below, only a living, expansive now.


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visionary art, acrylic painting, Lilith, Sophia Goddess, author Jack Haas India



OM, baby! a pilgrimage to the eternal self

by Jack Haas

author Jack Haas, Canadian, American writer, artist, photographer

















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