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-Unless you believe as I believe!

Updated: Jan 8

I have been able to observe from the religious knowledge in which many of us were educated, how this response of Jesus Christ would be a phrase in which no one could participate, it is not identified with the ordinary mind of the common man, of the man slave of his unconsciousness, for the simple fact that we grew up believing that the identity of Christ belongs to someone of flesh and blood very far from what we humanly are, although that identity seeks in us the opposite of that belief. That is precisely where the confusion lies, in remaining as simple human experiences at the mercy of a power that may or may not give us what we want, may or may not save us, may allow some to see that God after death and others maybe not. Well, that is the main ideology of most religious creeds, focusing your power on the existence of a kingdom completely foreign to what you really are, leading you to adopt a helplessness and submission which has nothing to do with the true God. We assume according to that creed what is good and what is bad, creating enormous confusion and a tremendous burden of guilt for everything that we have unconsciously accepted as impure, a fight is created within oneself to be a pure person of according to the beliefs of those who still submerged in their five senses. In this way we live our lives trying to please a non-existent God, ending up most of the time experiencing more of the discomfort from which we wish to escape, because by being absent from our true identity we sink into the valley of fear and doubt, where we beg or implore from the feeling of lack. That feeling that without realizing it becomes the greatest of prayers for the power that resides in you, which is the greatest of powers. For example, we can think of those who confess their impure faults hoping for redemption for those sins, but most of them not only leave the act with a certain dissatisfaction, maintaining the feeling of being at the mercy of a mercy completely alien to themselves, but at the same time they repeat and repeat those acts that make them feel so bad, or they attract situations to themselves in which they identify with what they believe they are doing wrong. They do not know true forgiveness and true repentance, because they have not realized that the essential ingredient is to feel like the person they want to be, to completely withdraw their attention from what they consider impure and focus on who they would like to be. Not knowing how to assume what they want to be, they repeat the attitude that postpones or leads them to put aside many of their desires and desires, since their idea of God is so limited that just thinking about a better life makes them feel impure, completely ignoring that everything that exists has been created by God, and he has every banquet at the order of whoever truly desires and believes. Wishing and believing that you already are, is feeling. I repeat to you that the feeling is the true supplication to that which you call God. Therefore, feeling is something internal, something that is within you, and therefore God and his kingdom are also within you. If your attention is continually directed to what you classify as bad, therefore you will inevitably experience more situations directly or indirectly related to your concept of what is bad, also being, most of the time, in some way, participating in those acts that confirm that you are a being at the mercy of an external power, assuming that all you can do is follow the dictates of a creed and hope that this being foreign to you takes pity and can even in the slightest make you a participant in its kingdom; with the mistaken idea that this kingdom awaits them after death. This way of acting is one of the worst attitudes that is constantly repeated by those who do not know the true message of the biblical scriptures, which of course is also not knowing who we really are. Let us see more clearly, in the response of Jesus Christ to Philip:

John 14;8-14.

8 Philip said to him: Lord, show us the Father, and it is enough for us. 9 Jesus said to him: Have I been with you so long, and you have not known me, Philip? He who has seen me has seen the Father; How then do you say: Show us the Father? 10 Do you not believe that I am in the Father, and the Father in me? The words that I speak to you, I do not speak on my own authority, but the Father who dwells in me, he does the works. 11 Believe me that I am in the Father, and the Father in me; otherwise, believe me for the works themselves.

12 Truly, truly, I say to you: He who believes in me, the works that I do he will do also; and he will do even greater things, because I go to the Father. 13 And whatever you ask the Father in my name, I will do it, so that the Father may be glorified in the Son. 14 If you ask anything in my name, I will do it.

Thousands and thousands of requests have been made from the misunderstanding of this message, and thousands and thousands of requests have not been answered because the true message is not understood. It is clear and evident that everything that generates doubt or fear easily takes over the mind and feelings of anyone who does not know how to ask in its name. For if everything good that you desire had already been requested in his name, there would be nothing external that could come in and take away what you already are. Present tense: everything you ask the Father in my name.

For those who still do not know their internal power, it becomes very difficult, if not impossible, to maintain a desire without being distracted by the reality of their five senses. I have realized that most do not even dare to desire because their limiting beliefs tie them to a false idea of virtue and reality. Therefore, if they do not know how to define a desire by detaching themselves from their limiting beliefs and moral prejudices, much less will they know that the present feeling is the order issued to God, ignoring in the same way that this internal mediating Christ is the way, the truth and the life. So, the feeling of what is desired is created and maintained without the reality of the five senses influencing it in the slightest. That is why it is important to ask and believe as he himself allows you to do. Asking in his name refers to assuming the desired state as if it were already the only reality existing in you, when you achieve it you have glorified the God who lives in you, you do not wish that any more but you are thankful now for it, because you will see how inevitably that subjective reality becomes objective, and you will be publicly rewarded. , Matthew 6:6.

A work of art comes from the artist, both the work is a witness of its creator and the creator is a witness of his work, whether it is an admirable work or something unknown. In the same way, who you really believe you are is a witness to your experiences and your experiences reflect who you really are, you understand? Many of those experiences may not be to your liking and you may want to change them, just as you want to change people or circumstances in your life. But you really don't have to make any changes, what you really have to change is the one who creates all those unpleasant situations, and that being is: your consciousness of being or who you really believe you are. Your consciousness of being should adjust to your desires. Unfortunately, most people have their consciousness tied to their five senses, to their objective reality, and therefore it is very difficult for them to believe in someone who is not from this world, this world is the fruit of what its hold as a true inside our conscience. John 8:21-29, John 18:36.

Dear reader, my intention is that you become so aware of who you really are that you manage to divert your attention from what you call problems, and voluntarily with your power of feeling, direct it to what you really want, even if later you return to the reality that makes you uncomfortable, but you return after having assumed what you really want, that way the present circumstances do not matter because you already know that your desire awaits you because that is the promise of God, to become a witness of everything you assume as truth, without intermediaries and without objective perception. Everything you ask and claim on his name -believe and feel- is already yours.

Your mentor, Noel.

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