Essays Essays I
<1>He who overcomes, becomes a son of God, "He that overcometh...he shall be my son" (Rev. 21:7), and whoever overcomes, reaches Pure Consciousness. He becomes the same as the Lord (God), in His Image (a god). He enters into heaven.
<4>As more people reach higher consciousness and Pure Consciousness, more people will be available to be used as great people in the KOHOE.
<5>Those who reach Pure Consciousness (sons of God) will come back as humans and in the flesh, but they are not of this world and their Kingdom is not of this world. <6>However, they will act like regular people but they come for a definite purpose and fulfill it.
<7>These sons of God assume their responsibilities, accomplish their missions, and do the Darmas which have been designated for them in each lifetime. <8>They lead a regular life until they remember who they are and then help others to progress also. They live like regular people but with no attachments to the external world.
<9>These sons of God create a Hierarchy which shapes the Hierarchy of the Kingdom Of Heaven In Heaven (KOHIH). Although many of them will come to this world, they are not from this world. Also they are completely obedient to their Father as their King and Ruler. <10>They accept their positions no matter what the position is in the Hierarchy. That is why the KOHIH is already established. God has been accepted as the King and His Laws as the only Laws.
<11>When humanity also accepts God as the only true King and His Laws as the only true Laws, then the Kingdom Of Heaven also will be recognized and established on earth. <12>Then is the time that "His Will, will be done on earth as it is in heaven," and that is when the sons of God will come on earth to be with the humans as it was in the past, "that the sons of God saw the daughters of men...and they took them wives of all which they chose" (Gen. 6:2) or "...the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men,..." (Gen. 6:4).
<13>Therefore no man can strive to reach Pure Consciousness and be free from coming back to this external world, because even those who reach Pure Consciousness will be sent back to help others to reach higher consciousness and Pure Consciousness. <14>The goal is to create the KOHOE (in the manifested world) and then all enjoy it with being in it and praise the Father for creating the universe and this Great Plan to bring all to Pure Consciousness.
<15>So no man can escape the duty of helping the whole universe to reach Pure Consciousness. Therefore, avoid those philosophies which cause escapism and start vigorously to make this world a better place to live in, even if your help is on a very small scale. So all the efforts of those in higher consciousness and/or Pure Consciousness will become combined and the force will bring the KOHOE as soon as possible. <16>Then man and gods (sons of God) will be together as in the past.
<17>Then the peace, tranquility, and prosperity
will come, and many will reach
(become a son of God,
reach godhood) and this again will accelerate the progress of the
universe toward its goal -- to be(come)
<18>The first place the phrase "son of God" is mentioned in the
Bible is in chapter six of Genesis. In fact it is mentioned twice in the same chapter:
<20>Also in the Bible
God has declared that:
<21>Therefore, the requirement to become a son of God is to overcome ("He that overcometh...shall be my son").
<22>Those who are referred to as the sons of God in chapter 6 of Genesis are the ones who had overcome and had become His sons, even before the flood of Noah. <23>There should have been at least two sons at that time before the flood. Of course there were more than two, but according to the Bible we can be sure of two. <24>One is the First Begotten Son of God (the first Adam or later on as Esa, etc.) who became the First Begotten Son of God even before creation, and the second one was Enoch who, "walked with God [overcame]:...for God took him" (Gen. 5:24). He did not die, but because he overcame, he became a son of God ("God took him").
<25>Not only can each human reach the status of
son of God, but also
it is declared that each human is a
god, "...that we may know that ye are
gods..." (Isaiah 41:23) and
Christ himself declared "...Ye are
gods" (John 10:34). <26>God
is pure and faultless. He is unaffected by the pulls of this
external world like a person who has overcome (a
son of God). So those who reach
godhood also are those who are pure, faultless, and have
overcome. <27>In other words, the sons of
gods, can be used interchangeably and have the same meaning.
<28>When Moses asked God what His Name was, He replied, "I AM THAT I AM" (Exodus 3:14). <29>That is "'I' just 'AM.'" <30>However, then the human goes on and tries to find God in many different ways, shapes, and concepts. Some say He is love, some He is light, some He is OM, others give names to Him and still others give Him names and shapes.
<31>However, He is none of these but IS all. <32>He IS, so He IS LOVE, He IS LIGHT, He IS OM, etc. He IS it all. He IS everything. <33>Because He just "IS," if you put Him in front of anything, He becomes that also.
<34>As it was explained in the books The Base and The Essence, the universe was in the state of "Be"-ness. Through the desire of God, the operative powers of the three gunas were released and the feelings of "I know," "I do" and "I have done" were awakened in the universe, and God multiplied Himself into infinite unit consciousnesses. <35>However, when the power of the tama guna is overcome and the separate consciousness in the illusive state "am" reaches Pure Consciousness, it becomes that "AM" again. <36>That is why God and whoever reaches Pure Consciousness (His sons) just "are."
<37>Therefore, if you give God any name, shape, or concept (such as He is love, etc.) division is created in humanity. Only God in the state of Formless, Invisible, Nameless, and Eternal, neither male nor female, (AM) unifies. In any other state, humanity will be divided.
<38>We can say that God also "Is Not!" When the consciousness of a person becomes very crude, such a person becomes so separate from God that for him He "Is Not." But Blessed is he for whom God "Is!" Therefore, the question is "To Be" or "Not To Be!"