Love Manifest

On the Threshold of Manifestation

On the Threshold of Manifestation


October 30, 2016 12:58 PM

For the I AM Aspect, things just happen.

For the TaoGod(I) Aspect, there’s a reason and a will.

For I AM, Source is an impartial and uncaring Intelligence.

For TaoGod(I), Source is the Divine Herself.

For I AM, all this is impersonal.

For TaoGod(I), all this is very personal.

From the book (you may want to read this post first):

Love Manifest

Love. I never fully understood the term, Love. I’ve loved many women, but I never knew capital-L Love. I’ve loved friends and family, but this love was still sub-standard to the Love I feel now.

My love was always tainted and bent by the me-thing.

Just for yucks, try this:

  • Open yourself to Witness Consciousness. See through all boundaries of self and other.
  • Now open your heart. Release all self-contractions. Allow Love to flow through you as the Opening that stands between the Unmanifest and the Manifest.

Love flowing outward. Love flowing from the Divine through you out into the World.

Love whose only desire is to give.

Now that’s Love.

Isn’t it wonderful? Divine Love flowing, manifesting everything into creation. It isn’t your personal love… it is TaoGod’s personal Love. It is Her giving Herself to the world to create the world and all its inhabitants.

Divine Love manifest. Now that’s Love.

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4 thoughts on “Love Manifest

  1. Hi Wayne,
    I wonder why e.g. Christianity teaches a personal God to which one can have a realtionship with. Then the modern non-dualitst often say that there is “nothingness”, no higher power/God or whatever to have a relationship with. These are important differences in my mind and I don´t understand how perceptions can be so different. Could you explain?

    • Many religious people BELIEVE in God. Many nondualists BELIEVE there is no God. I don’t see any difference between the two of them. They both believe in something (or Nothing) without any evidence.

      The siddhis—the paranormal abilities and experiences that are common with advanced spiritual seekers—are the evidence of a Divine, all-knowing, all-powerful Being.

      The way I evaluate whether a “nondual teacher” is truly LIVING his/her teachings is if they mention the siddhis—even if only off-handedly. I’d guess 90% of today’s nondual teachers are purely theory. They understand nonduality but they don’t live it. They make excuses for why the nondual doesn’t play well with the manifest world (“conditioning” “absolute truth vs relative truth”). God appears to those who LIVE it, not just think about it or Google it (or teach it). The siddhis are evidence that there is less “teacher” and more “Divine” operating in their lives. Look for them when you are evaluating a teacher.

      Thanks for your question.

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