Coming out of the reflective nature and the thought-entities it manifests through the presence of Christ in the intellect.


Jesus Christ was crucified through the agency of the reflective nature in the form of political and religious powers and principal­ities and the human instrumentalities of the thought-entities manifested through the reflective nature.

Politics is the use of and possession by the reflective nature to guide, inform, manage, and influence human relations and public affairs through the agency of political institutions and the human instru­mentalities of the thought-entities manifested through the reflective nature.

The resurrection and second coming of Jesus Christ interjects into human relations and public affairs a different nature to guide and inform. The power of the reflective nature is diminished and usurped through the coming of the spirit of Christ into the intellect and conscience. This establish­ment of Christ's inshining presence anchors the intellect and informs the conscience in the faculty of direct aware­ness of Christ's motive presence as guide in public affairs and human relations. This immediate awareness of the increase or decrease of Christ's presence in a particular interaction saves human relations from bondage to the reflective nature and the cycle of contention and strife caused by the use of the reflective nature and the agency of political institutions and the human instrumentalities of its thought-agents.

Through the inshining presence of Jesus Christ, the intellect is renewed by being drawn out of regard for human instrumentalities and the thought-entities conjured out of the world of thought, through the agency of the reflective nature, to guide human relations.

No matter how appealing and attractive these thought-entities may be to the intellect led by the reflective nature, they will serve to nurture conflict and strife. It is this process of the intellect calling upon and possessed by thought-entities manifested through the reflective nature which brings about confrontation in human relations. There is a different way wherein the intellect or mind is transformed and no longer looks toward human instrumentalities whose intellect is guided through the reflective nature and conjures forth thought-entities out of the world of thought to rule human affairs. This different way is in awareness of the presence of the spirit of Jesus Christ and its habitation is the conscience and consciousness.

Through the power and presence of Christ's spirit which is established my intellect in the faculty of its immediate presence, I do not look toward human instrumentalities and the thought-entities they conjure out of the world of thought through the power of the reflective nature. Through the power and presence of Christ, I do not regard the particular thought-entities of human instrumentalities. I am drawn out of the world of thought in the reflective nature to guide and inform human relations. I am drawn out of the process of the reflective nature and its political, religious, educational, and economic thought-entities to guide and inform human relations and affairs.

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