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Publication Date: 1960 (copyright not renewed)
In common abstractions based on our nuclear science, all matter can be resolved into energy. Therefore, in the pure idiom, this energy is part of the sum and total of what is commonly referred to as spirit. In other words, interdimensional forms of energy, manner of transmissional factors of dynamics, and the appearance of energy as seemingly solid matter—are all part of these abstractions. Consequently, it can be universally resolved that as all is energy, and as energy is dynamic, all action must therefore first take place in these seemingly invisible dimensions. This is just as true with man and his course of life as it is with the atomic constituents which make up his body. Consciousness in daily life is therefore an integrated pattern of relationships with numerous past transmissions of life as well as past lifetimes. These relationships, moving as oscillating patterns harmonically attuned to consciousness, can be pictured as various formations of sine wave energies. These past life experience relationships represent, in scientific parlance, the negative polarity of life.
As all polarities must be equated into two basic and diametrically opposed opposites, we must therefore have with this negative side of life, a positive pole which gives not only a basic equilibrium, but it is that which makes all common forms of energy transmission possible. A universally recognized concept of this positive polarity relates the individual to the various inspirational aggregates which he finds in his daily life. Such aggregates are the various religious systems, pantheologies, etc., which he has always automatically regarded as spiritual in nature.
Obviously, as is posed by the negative polarity referred to as the subconsciousness and which composes by far the largest part of the ego, the individual must then have a positive polarity which can be represented as the Spiritual Ego. Jesus referred to the Spiritual Ego as the “Father Within”. This Ego, through frequency relationship, resolves itself into an infinite number of forms of consciousness which will, through the common interchange of polarity patterns, thus be joined in a common union of associations.
This common joining does two things: it neutralizes caustic negative effects which always subsequently occur in future happenings to this individual and it also polarizes the corresponding idiom of consciousness in the Superego.
The individual will then, in the concourse of thousands of lives, develop this Spiritual Ego into such proportions that it becomes the dominant polarity in his life. Such a person can thus be said to be overshadowed by a Super-human Being; thus he will then reflect into his daily earth life such attributes as were expressed in the life of Jesus. For, in that individual, we can find a true example of this highly developed Spiritual Overself reflecting through and influencing the physical life in various acts which the physical man has termed Godlike.
The average person then, who is seeking truth and an escape from the material world with its purgatory of karma, must always carry foremost in his mind the vision of the Higher Self; he must give it every opportunity to guide him in his daily life. He must also use it only with the most positive solutions and wiser attitudes toward various life experiences for only in positive consciousness is the Superego developed. Thus the Superego becomes the master over the lower negative self; and it can then be said that this person has been “saved” by Christ—his own Christ Self.
Because of certain statements and concepts postulated in the previous text, the average reader may wish to challenge these statements. He may feel reluctant to give up the age-old concept of the “divine intercession”, as it has been constantly indoctrinated in his various beliefs and pantheologies and which he has acquired over his period of evolution. The idea of “divine intercession” represents to most people a very convenient relief and, as such, an escape mechanism from the various otherwise insoluble differences, in man’s daily life. He has been subconsciously, or consciously, believing that no matter how tough the going was, should things pile up against him, the “divine intercession”, the belief that Christ could save him, would immediately dissolve everything in that forthcoming “judgment day”.
Moreover, the context of the previous portion of this chapter is also quite complex in nature, for it immediately presents the problem to the reader that he now has to assume the position of the guiding power in his own destiny. He must also assume the moral responsibility for all acts of consciousness and this, too, could cause a revolt in the reader’s mind. He may then refer to one or more incidents in his own daily life where he believes spiritual healing has been instigated; or he may even refer to the classical example of the great Avatar, Jesus of Nazareth, who healed so many people.