God the Manifest

This Week’s Quotation:

You are healing a wound in consciousness. That wound is separateness. As we ourselves experience critical mass—a coming together in thought and feeling, and a great flow of spiritual energy—the wound is healed. Healing the wound of separateness in our immediate creative field, we create a critical mass of consciousness. We take a step toward healing the wound of separateness in the body of humanity. Critical mass is gravity at the center of the creative field, drawing to itself the substance that is uniquely suited to play its part in the field. The people that are right for that field. The money that is needed. The resources. All made possible because you have seen your field as whole, and you are giving birth to God the Manifest.

Becoming a Sun p. 125

Giving Birth to God the Manifest

David Karchere
Author, Becoming a Sun

I imagine that most people who read this blog consider themselves spiritual. Or at least, something close to that.

I notice that people who consider themselves spiritual can sometimes have a tortured relationship with the manifest world. And we know we can’t become obsessed with all the events and people around us.

But still… Here we are, in the material world. There must be a purpose and a reason. And how do we play powerfully in the world in which we live without compromising our spirituality?

This quotation from the third chapter of my book describes a critical part of the formula. When you know it, one thing follows another, and you set in motion the all-powerful forces of Creation. And you become more whole, more lit up spiritually, not less.

So notice it when you see the people around you as separate from you or from each other. And challenge it. Even though they may see it that way, refute it. Certainly to yourself. Maybe even to them.

We are whole. We are a family. We are a community. We are a field of God Consciousness.

This field is what gives birth to new life, to God the Manifest. But you have to have eyes that see it as whole if it is to ever manifest that potential.  

What does it mean to become a sun?

Every human being is already a sun on the inside—a being of intense love and light. The difference is that some people have the vision and courage to become a sun on the outside. This difference is our human destiny.

6 Responses

  1. This is such a wonderful consideration David. It states that we all come from a place of light, and isn’t that the starting point. From that position in consciousness one can see ones own consciousness, and observe that of others, from a radiant perspective. If there is something blocking that light, in self or others, there is the opportunity to let the light shine on the block and things can be seen anew in oneself and with another. What adventures I have had this week in this regard and how my perspective has grown knowing the presence, beauty and power of the light which seeks to make all situations “shine” ever brighter.

  2. David its so true to live in this world, and not feel seperate from other people, it has been a challenge.Finding the right way to communicate from my inner and outer Sun, is what I am experiencing.To be open and listen deeply to other peoples life, and giving them my insights warmth in a sensible way…………Spring is on its way .
    I thought we need a new Moses to lead us to te promissed land, but I realise, I and we are the new Moses! X Irene

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