The inshining Spirit and the discovery of the Substance of all types, figures, and forms.

It happens that the Spirit of Christ makes visitation upon our consciousness and conscience and his Image is come and we can witness the second coming, the Daystar, within our consciousness. The formation of the inshining Image or Presence within initiates a shift in the very nature of consciousness and conscience. The witness and awareness of Christ’s inshining Presence manifests a way of being wherein consciousness and personal identity is established in the forming Image of Christ itself in itself. Through this interpenetration and increased formation of the Spirit itself upon consciousness, personal identity, at first, glimpses freedom from the process of identification with and participation in outward ideological, conceptual, and institutional formations for meaning and purpose and a coming into the process of sole and complete identification with and participation in the inshining Image or Presence itself in itself. Through this witness or experience, it is discovered that a person or people are draw out of individualism (guided and informed through identification with and participation in self-governance through outward forms) and communalism (guided and informed through identification with and participation in outward community)and into sole participation in and identification with the Presence of God within their conscience and consciousness. The Kingdom of Heaven and the Throne of God is in the consciousness and conscience. This visitation of the Christ within the conscience of a person or group of people is the coming of Heaven on Earth. Human consciousness and conscience is the shining city on a hill. It is the witness of the second coming of Jesus Christ who is come and who is coming.

Being come out of participation in and identification with outward conceptual and institutional forms is the discovery or witness of the formation of the Image of Christ taking rightful place within the conscience and consciousness (the Throne of Christ and the realm of Heaven) of a person or group of people and establishing and guiding their relationships and interactions. To be come out of identification with and participation in outward conceptual, ceremonial, traditional, and institutional, types, figures, similitudes, and forms, is not to be without form. It is the discovery, witness, or awareness of the re-formation of the Substance itself in itself of all outward types, figures, and forms within the conscience and consciousness. God is Spirit and Spirit or Presence is the substance of all outward things. The formation of the Substance itself in itself is a reshaping of the conscience and consciousness of human being and a coming into eternity and essential participation in and identification with the Spirit of Christ so that consciousness and conscience itself in itself is the Substance or Presence of God. The Spirit itself in itself is the form. Through this witness, human being knows “I am the Substance and the Substance itself in itself is in me and is in all things and people around me.” To speak the word of God and witness "I am of the nature of the Son of God" is to know and see the face of God within our own being and the being of others!

Human being is the bearer of the Image of God and is the throne of Christ and the realm of Heaven. Participation in and identification with self-governance (individualism) and/or the governance of outward institutions or communities (communalism) is of the nature of human being guided by the reflections of the Substance itself and is to worship God from a distance and from the hearsay of others. Through the historical sacrifice of Jesus Christ and his second coming through his formation within our conscience and consciousness, and our embracing of his Image within us, human being is come into the Substance of all things and is the witness thereof.

It is ours to cherish this visitation inshining upon our conscience and consciousness and to witness increased measure in daily and moment by moment devotion.

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