This week I shared the notes and ascension meditation with my Ekklesia family. I find it is so interesting the difference we perceive as individuals and corporately. A big note to self when encountering the spirit:
John 16:13 But when she is come, the Spirit of truth, she will take you by the hand and guide you into the path of all truth. She will not draw attention to herself but will communicate and unveil everything she hears and discerns from a heavenly perspective about the things that are about to happen within you.
(While spirit is in the neuter gender, truth is feminine. In Hebrew, the word for spirit is רוּח ruach which is Feminine.) Mirror
The SAME MEDITATION, but experienced individually. OUR EXAMPLES
Table: table of light with no legs or chairs, a table hewn out of great rock, rustic,
Bridge: the thought of a bridge opened the doors, The bridge was ornate and used it like a slide,
Space/Darkness in God: I felt like I was outdoors, I felt the desire to change
Room: was filled with light not furniture,
Jesus: we all perceived Him with us! He was seated at the table, He was present in the room, Great Joy and Laughter.
Notes on darkness:
In the scientific world, we can appreciate the value of darkness, but what of the spiritual world? In the experience of religion and the church, darkness, the opposite of light, has come to mean all that separates us from God, because God is light. Light is the symbol of salvation, spiritual growth and discernment. But it can only be understood and appreciated when we contrast and compare it to the darkness.
Darkness is not a barrier to God. Psalm 139:12 describes God’s response to darkness: “Indeed, the darkness shall not hide from You, But the night shines as the day; The darkness and the light are both alike to You.”
God did not abolish darkness at creation. God added light. But for many, darkness symbolizes all that is negative, harmful, evil and fearful. God gave equal importance and prominence to darkness and light, and all life, including human life, begins and develops in the dark. Read more: Darkness is important for your health, and your faith
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1 Kings 8:12 and 2 Chronicles 6:1
"The Lord said that he would dwell in the THICK DARKNESS." KJV
Then Solomon prayed, “O LORD, you have said that you would live in a thick cloud of darkness. NLT
1 John 1 :5 This is the message we heard from Jesus and now declare to you: God is light, and there is no darkness in him at all. NLT
1 John 1:5 Now [in the light of what we are gifted with in Christ], the stage is set to display life’s excellence. Explore the adventures of faith. Imagine the extreme dedication and focus of a 1conductor of music; how he would 2diligently 3acquaint himself with every individual voice in the choir, as well as the contribution of every specific instrument, to follow the precise sound represented in every single note in order to give maximum credit to the original composition. This is exactly what it means to exhibit the divine character. You are the choir conductor of your own life. Familiarize yourselves with every ingredient that faith unfolds. See there how 4elevated you are, and from within this position [of your co-seatedness in Christ], 5enlightened perspective will dawn within you. Mirror
"And is came to pass that when the sun went down and it was dark, behold a smoking furnace and a burning lamp that passed between those pieces. On that day the LORD made a covenant with Abram, saying, “To your descendants I have given this land..." NKJ
Jeremiah 29:11 says: For I know the plans that I have for you,’ declares the LORD, ‘plans for prosperity and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope.
We are growing in our awareness of our redeemed oneness. Amen. See Episode #111
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