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The Spirit self and the Tree of Good and Evil

{written by : Angel Luz}

Article word count : 527 -- Article Id : 1371
Article active date : 2009-01-04 -- Article views : 5540


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A tree does not come fully grown. Its seed is planted in the soil and in the fullness of time, it grows to become a mighty adult tree, very much like the tree that produced the seed in the first place. So were we created perfect seeds.





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A tree does not come fully grown. Its seed is planted in the soil and in the fullness of time, it grows to become a mighty adult tree, very much like the tree that produced the seed in the first place. So were we created perfect seeds.

God, being Spirit, created us spirits, in His image and likeness. However, we were, in the beginning, innocent and ignorant, but endowed with every potentiality to attain to perfection through our own efforts. And we are destined to attain perfection, in the end, after we undergo life after life after life (reincarnation), learning from our own personal experiences. Jesus knowing this affirmed, "You must be perfect as the Father in heaven is perfect."

We were taught early on, even in the Bible, that we are body and soul but we are not. Spirit is distinct and separate from any body. The body is only a tool, a machine, a robot, a protective covering or armor, a vehicle that we use in this world to avail of its special lessons. We are not our physical body made from earth. The body dies. We do not. The flesh body is just something expendable and disposable that we put on everytime we are born and we take off when we transition to the Real World after a hard day"s study.

Humanity is just one stage in early spirit evolution. To spirits, progression is infinite. And once we learn the lessons of the physical worlds (earth is just one of them), then we can pursue further development in the Higher Worlds. "In the Kingdom of God, there are many mansions."

We can read all these between the lines in Genesis. Do you really believe that God wants us to remain innocent and ignorant forever, never to grow up and become mature and responsible adult spirits? Is this what you really think?

Why then would He plant that Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil right smack where Adam and Eve would find it and eat its fruit? What? Do you think that God was born yesterday? And who do you think sent the serpent? The knowledge is made available to everyone, but at a price. We will need to leave Paradise (the Spirit World), be born and study on earth or on a similar physical plane, experience pain and suffering in pursuit of our lessons and die there (here). But at the end of our schooling, it is our destiny to become perfect like the Father, attaining to His perfect knowledge and holy nature, as is His true desire, in the first place. Only after we graduate from the lessons of earth can we become true heirs to His kingdom, and inherit all the riches and glory He meant for us to enjoy for the rest of our eternal lives.

This is the Biblical parable that describes our real nature and clarifies the true meaning and purpose of life here on earth. This is who we really are and why we are here. Once we can come to realize this Truth, then even the mysteries will unravel. We can begin to understand.

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Written by Angel Luz for Inner Quest http://www.innerquest.org.ph/

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