41. God goes with me wherever I go.

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41. god goes with me wherever i go.

the concept for this lesson is to begin aiming to completely conquer the sense of isolation, which gives rise to the feelings of abandonment, anxiety, deep sense of helplessness, depression, intense fear of loss, loneliness, misery, personal suffering, and worry.

at first, that may sound impossible because those things are so real and are felt so strongly within the person that those feelings can manifest themselves as physical and emotional issues.

as odd as it might sound, there are times that science and medicine are not fully capable of understanding illness and cures.

IMPORTANT NOTE – if my reader is on medications, i am not advocating that you discontinue any medications. i am following a lesson that states that some things are concerns of the mind, and it seems possible that some things of the mind can be addressed by the mind, which means considering what the mind “sees” or believes. therefore, i am not advocating discontinuing medications so do not take this lesson as advocating discontinuing medications, if under the care of a doctor, seek professional’s advice as to what to do with medications.

back to the lesson:
this lesson conveys that those things in the first paragraph are what we “see”. but on the interior of our self, behind what we “see”, is something within each of us that needs to be brought out, perfectness (which is a type of completion not to be confused with things like OCD) and that perfectness is ready to emit itself from the interior.

the concept of the lessons seems to be conveying that when a person reaches into their interior and sees that god is in their interior, then the person can begin to see that god is with them every where they go.

candidly, as one who conducts analysis of things, that is a profound challenge. but here is what is consistent, the lessons are challenging us to “see” differently.

some background: for me, and this is just me personally, i do not struggle with abandonment issues, i have been depressed but i have not experienced long term depression, but i do not feel lonely, i am not having a fear of loss, i am not having anxiety, i am not one who worries. but, i do have feelings that i have no contributive value to the world, which has arisen through experience of living, which makes me wonder what my personal worth is.

back to the lesson:
the concept is to begin aiming to completely conquer the sense of isolation, which gives rise to the feelings of abandonment, anxiety, deep sense of helplessness, depression, intense fear of loss, loneliness, misery, personal suffering, and worry.

so for me, the concept of the lesson would be to completely conquer the sense that i have no contributive value to the world, which itself does create a type of isolation.

the lesson conveys that for me to get past my feelings that create that feeling of isolation, i have to “see” that within me, behind my feelings of wondering my value, sets a perfectness, waiting to emit itself within me and out to the world.

the lesson conveys that when that perfectness emits from within me, experiences with sorrow, pain, fear, loss, etc., will dissipate.

the lesson conveys that dissipation will occur because the perfectness helps my mind “see” that because i “see” my self as having no contributive value to the world then i “believe” that i have no contributive value to the world, as such my mind’s “vision” allowed my self to allied with that thought.

therefore the lesson is conveying that my mind needs to change allegiances, and choose to have that perfectness as my ally, in essence that perfectness becomes my partner in helping me “see” differently.

the lesson conveys that the perfectness that is within can not deny its own self and can not deny that it is within me. therefore, because it is within, it is continually and constantly there, no matter where i go. that is because that perfectness is from god, the creator, and god is every where, in every thing, in every person.

the lesson conveys that when i “see” that perfectness resides in me, and that perfectness is from god, the creator, the source of all that which is holy, then i can “see” that the source, god, the creator, goes with me every where i go.

for me personally, that concept is not difficult. but the next concept is.

because god, the creator, the source is with me where ever i go, then because the creator is constantly and continually within me as a person, and that perfectness is sourced in the creator’s holiness, then i can have peace of mind, and since no thing can disturb or destroy god, the source, then no thing can disturb or destroy my peace of mind.

that is a heavy duty thing, and can be difficult to “see”. why? because it resides behind a wall of negative thoughts, and those negative thoughts hide the positive thought, the positive source of helping me have peace of mind.

just as the negative things in the world make it difficult to “see” good things in the world, the negative thoughts in my mind make it difficult for me to “see” the good within me.

but to “see” the perfectness that is within me, which is given from god, the creator, the source of that perfectness, i have to make the effort to get beyond the wall, the denseness of negativity that my mind “sees”.

consider the following:
god, the creator, the source of the perfectness within me, goes where ever i go.

since, the source of perfectness is within me, then that perfectness goes with me, as i:
use the computer;
drive or ride in the car;
enter into and/or work within the building.

since, the source of perfectness is within me, then that perfectness goes with me, as i:
listen to music;
listen to ideas;
listen to and/or read words.

since, the source of perfectness is within me, then that perfectness goes with me, as i:
observe and/or participate in politics;
observe and/or participate in religion;
use, spend, and/or utilize money.

since, the source of perfectness is within me, then that perfectness goes with me, as i:
observe and/or participate in sexuality;
observe and/or participate in emotionality;
observe and/or participate in family.

since, the source of perfectness is within me, then that perfectness goes with me, as i:
interact with my personality;
understand my mentality;
use my physicality.

since, the source of perfectness is within me, then that perfectness goes with me, as i:
interact and work within my personal relationships;
interact and work within marriage;
interact and work with my personal problems.

some of those things are easier “seen” than others, which is the difficulty. why? because we measure these things with differing values.

for instance, because some “see” the love of money as the root of all evil, they therefore “see” money as evil.

for instance, because some “see” a computer as a tool to accomplish a task, they “see” it as less valuable than a car.

for instance, because some “see” politics and religion has human made institutions, they “see” those things as detrimental.

for instance, because some “see” sexuality as a specific act within marriage between a husband and wife, they can not “see” that god’s perfectness would be in any other type of sexuality or sexual situation.

those are stated to simply address the issue that we, as people, “see” things differently, and do not place the same level of value on things.

however: since, the source of perfectness is within me and that perfectness goes with me as i go where ever i go, and that perfectness is within me irrespective of what ever i participate in, then i, as a believer, should be able to “see” that god’s holiness within me makes me acceptable to god, the creator and source, and as such i can begin to “see” things differently, which permits me to “see” that there is no separation between me and god, the creator and source of all that is, which allows me to have peace of mind no matter the situation.

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