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Monday, March 01, 2021

The Causal Factors Of Life

What is a Causal Factor?
It means that every event in your life is caused by a previous action -- including the very life you are presently living. It means that there is a higher reason and purpose to the life you are living -- and for you to fulfill the adage to Know Thyself, you must understand the Causal-Factors in the Life that you are presently living. Which provokes the questions: Why were you born into this life? Why were you born into the conditions of the life you are presently living? What is the purpose of the life you are presently living? If life has a higher purpose, then what would constitute a successful life? What constitutes a successful life? The vast majority of people believe that their lives are the result of chance, or the result of any other unknown factors that they know little to nothing about. And while they possess absolutely no understanding of the reality of Causal-Factors of the events and experiences of their lives, they remain unaware that every one of these questions can be answered by those who acquire self-knowledge. Further, it will remain impossible for you to even begin to answer these questions, until you are able to understand the Causal-Factors of the life you are presently living.

Jesus taught that the Kingdom of God is within you (Luke 17:20-21) -- but what does that mean? It means that if you were to move beyond the superficial human level of organic consciousness, that God dwells within you in the Kingdom where all the hierarchy of angels and heavenly hosts dwell. And what this also means is that beneath our organic earthly consciousness, lies deeper levels of consciousness that is beyond organic man's level of comprehension. Which also means that the Self portrayed in the adage to Know Thyself, exists beneath your organic level of human consciousness -- existing at deeper levels of Self that carnal man knows nothing about. And what this fact ultimately means is that each person has a pre-existent Soul or Soul-Self that is eternal and is our True-Self. We hear the terms ego-self, earthly-self, false-self, carnal-self and lower-self used in conjunction with the mind of man -- and if this is true, then what is our True-Self? It is the Self that is portrayed in the adage to Know Thyself.

Are There Religious Exemptions From The Royal Law: What is stopping each of us from entering the Kingdom that Jesus taught was within us? The answer: We must develop those areas of Mind that enable us to enter through the Inner Gate and gain entrance into the inner Kingdom that exists at the core of our consciousness. BUT, like the prodigal son, we can't do this, so long as we remain undeveloped and carnal in our thinking. Where the plight of man is portrayed in the statement: "Therefore the LORD God banished him from the Garden of Eden to work the ground from which he had been taken" (Gen 3:23), the Force and Barrier that causes man to wander in this, the "Outer Darkness" of what is portrayed as the Far Country in the parable of the prodigal son, inhibits mankind from returning to his True Home and Source of Being in the Edenic Kingdom of their Heavenly Father -- placing a barrier between this world and the Kingdom as declared in the statement: "So He drove out the man and stationed cherubim to the east of the Garden of Eden, with a whirling sword of flame to guard the way to the tree of life" (Gen 3:24). BUT, when the Gospels are used as the Key of Knowledge as designed by the Ebionite authors, the mind of mankind as the lost prodigal sons and daughters begins to develop the inward-looking aspects of mind, and can safely pass through the inner "narrow strait gate" that enables the seeker safe passage by the Laws that are allegorically portrayed as the "cherubim" who guard the Tree of Life with their "whirling sword of flame", -- and with Wholeness of spiritually mature mind, the Laws then -- and only then -- allow entrance to the Edenic Kingdom within. Jesus declared to his followers: "Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it" (Matt 7:13-14 NIV).

There are no exemptions -- no prayers to your god that exempts you from having to fulfill the process of growth and development -- no shortcuts. Christians today promote the man-made dogma that if you say a prayer accepting Jesus as your personal lord and savior, that you will automatically be exempt from fulfilling the same Royal Law that Jesus himself fulfilled to become the Anointed (Messiah/Christ). Yet, in the Gospels Jesus himself disputes this Church doctrine that has misled generations of faith-based believers (see Fulfilling And Overcoming The Natural Law ).

How is this process of growth and development implemented and carried out? When the prodigal son traveled into the Far Country, he is portrayed as having squandered away his inheritance on "riotous living" -- having then fallen under the control of what is personified as the Citizen of the Far Country. The "inheritance" is the Vital Life-Force and bio-energy upon which our Consciousness exists. As the prodigal sons, we need this bio-energy to build and develop our consciousness into a mature and enlightened condition. When we squander this bio-energy away on the meaningless things of this world, we remain carnal and spiritually undeveloped in our consciousness -- thereby being controlled by the consciousness of this world. When we utilize this bio-energy wisely, then we are able to advance to a condition of Wholeness that enables us to be restored to the Higher Consciousness of the Edenic Kingdom that is our True-Source of Mind and Being. And if we ask how this development of mind and being is monitored and brought about? The answer: Through what mystics and those with higher spiritual vision have portrayed as the Law of Octaves -- whereby every thought and action is evolved and tested -- and if the thought or action lacks the necessary Wholeness to pass through the "narrow strait gate" within us, it must return to it's earthly source (see The Application Of The Law Of Octaves And The Trinity ). In common English Language, this process of growth and development can be portrayed in the words, what goes around, comes around -- as you sow, so shall you reap -- or, in the words of Jesus, as you do unto others, the same will be done unto you. What this means is that if you do good to others, then the Laws will return back to you the good that you did. And if you persecute and do evil unto others, then this same evil and persecution will be returned back to you. This is the Law that develops each and every Soul to their full potential of mind and being, by returning back to each Soul the fruit of that Soul's own words, thoughts, desires and deeds.

In relation to our True-Self that in the parable of the two sons is portrayed as the elder son who remains in the Kingdom of the Father, we hear the terms ego-self, earthly-self, false-self, carnal-self and lower-self used in conjunction with the mind of man. As we begin to deepen our consciousness through the transformational process of mental-expansion and spiritual-deepening, we are able to tap into our twelve-dimensional Eternal-Self that is a Being of Light -- which we are an expression of that has been projected into this three-dimensional realm. But the process of deepening our mind requires a great amount of work on self -- i.e., "We must through many tribulations enter the kingdom of God" (Acts 14:22). In the Epistle to the Corinthians Paul commands to "…take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ" (2 Cor 10:5) -- but how can such a reality be achieved? To affirm this requirement as genuine, the Gospel account of Jesus warns: "But I say unto you, That every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the day of judgment" (Matt 12:36 - see Judgment Day - Evolving To Maturity Of Mind And Being ). Idle words can be defined as those thoughts or impressions which are not, and cannot, achieve the necessary Wholeness to manifest in the Center of the Tree of Life, and be returned of our Source of Mind and Being. The Law of Octaves monitors our every thought, and is portrayed in the words: "I am the One who searches minds and hearts, and I will repay each of you according to your deeds" (Rev 2:23). If the thoughts are balanced and whole, then these thoughts can be channeled through the "narrow strait gate" within us, where the bio-energy can be positively used to bring about mental-development and spiritual-maturity. Which is why Paul tells the people to "Pray without ceasing" (1 Thes 5:17). Perpetual prayer can be defined as positive thoughts of a higher expression that is able to be drawn up through the "strait gate" -- invoking the process of expansion and deepening of our Mind.

What this means is that every day is Judgment Day -- and our every thought is Judged -- with thoughts of a balanced Wholeness, passing through the "narrrow strait gate" of the Center column of the mind as patterned in the Tree of Life -- and those thoughts and impressions that lack the necessary Balanced Wholeness, being diverted into the outer columns of the Tree of Duality and lost into Nature. Therefore, it is important to understand that when the bio-energy and Generative Power which is the "inheritance" of the prodigal son that he squanders away on "riotous living", what is being allegorically portrayed is the loss of man's inheritance that has the capacity to enable him to enter into Higher Consciousness and Life. The working of the Natural Laws to test each thought and impression by virtue of what is portrayed as the Law of Octaves, is explored and presented in the subheading entitled The Octave Test Through The Narrow Gate . But to understand the Law of Octaves, the beginning of the relevant subheadings is at The Application Of The Law Of Octaves And The Trinity ).

The Natural Laws that exist as the framework of Consciousness and Life, force the prodigal sons along the road that brings about his eventual perfection and return to the Edenic Kingdom. As it is written: "For My thoughts are not your thoughts, nor are your ways My ways," says the LORD. For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are My ways higher than your ways, and My thoughts than your thoughts. For as the rain comes down, and the snow from heaven, and do not return there, but water the earth, and make it bring forth and bud, that it may give seed to the sower and bread to the eater, So shall My word be that goes forth from My mouth; it shall not return to Me void, but it shall accomplish what I please, and it shall prosper in the thing for which I sent it" (Isa 55:8-11). The ultimate Destiny of all the prodigal sons and daughters is portrayed in the words that "I have sworn by Myself, the Word has gone out of My mouth in righteousness, and shall not return, that to Me every knee shall bow, every tongue shall take an oath" (Isa 45:23) -- and this Ultimate Destiny has been guaranteed from the beginning of Time and Creation, by the Laws which were instituted and put in effect. When a man deviates from the path that brings about this Ultimate Destiny in the perfection and return of each and every prodigal son back to the Edenic Kingdom of their Father, then the Laws correct the path, by returning back to that person the fruit of his own words, thoughts, desires and deeds. And through the process of self perpetually confronting self, the soul is slowly evolved to perfection. How many times will you do unto others what they would not want to be done -- and so, the Natural Laws return back to you the fruit of your own actions -- until which time you learn your lessons of life and you do unto others what you would want done unto you?

When the Journey of the Soul is understood, the only element of growth set forth in the previous quotation is the fact that we, as the prodigal sons and daughters, can only return to our Source in the Edenic Kingdom of our Heavenly Father, when we choose to return. In the parable the prodigal son it states: "Finally he came to his senses"! Which means that each person must of their own volition, seek to return to their Higher Source. It doesn't happen because you squandered away your present life on the "riotous living" and on things of no substance and real value in the manner of the lost prodigal son. Your failure to return to your Source is not resolved because you physically died -- as stated in the Gospel of Philip: "Those who say that first they shall die and (then) they shall arise are confused. If they do not first receive the resurrection (while) they live, they will not receive anything (when) they die". Which is confirmed in the words of Jesus: Jesus answered him, “Truly, truly, I say to you, unless one is born again he cannot see the kingdom of God” (John 3:3).

It can be said that life itself -- and every aspect of life -- as well as every primary events in each person's life, has a preordained Causal-Factor with respect to what each of us experiences, as well as the objectives of life itself. And thus, the problem is seen in the fact that it will remain impossible to understand both your True-Self and the purpose of the life you are presently living, without understanding the Causal Factors of Life. But since few people understand that in this life we are immersed in what can be rightly portrayed as a Labyrinth of Natural Laws -- i.e., and this Labyrinth of the Laws can be portrayed as a Living Bio-Feedback Organism that responds to our thoughts and actions in this world -- because they remain ignorant of the Laws and the Causal-Factors of life, most people perpetually get caught up in the circular loops within the Labyrinth of the Laws, making little to no progress in their lives. The loops within a Labyrinth is when the choices we make perpetually cause us to confront the same issues, without our choosing a path or solution that will release us from the loop.

When the pre-Nicene Church Father Origen stated that “Every soul... comes into this world strengthened by the victories or weakened by the defeats of its previous life” (Origen, De Principiis), what this means is that our life is the result of the Causal-Factors initiated by the "...victories or... defeats of [our Soul's] previous lives” that have orchestrated the experiences and encounters of the life we are presently living. This confrontation of self can also be expressed in the words: “Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows” (Gal 6:7). Therefore, in not understanding the Causal-Factors, the question that confronts countless people is this: How many lives will it take to break out of the loops within the Labyrinth of the Laws (see The Purpose Of The Natural Laws And The Prison ). Every experience of life has been orchestrated and initiated by the Natural Laws based upon feedback drawn from our Soul's own previous actions -- and our every thought, action and choice we make, will invoke these Natural Laws in ways that few people are even prepared to understand. Which means that it can rightly be said that so long as we remain ignorant of the Natural Laws and the Causal Factors of the Life we are presently living, then it will remain virtually impossible to fulfill the purpose and objectives of life.

The reality that our every action invokes the Natural Laws of Creation that act as a Living Bio-Feedback Organism (see The Labyrinth Of The Laws And The Outer Darkness Of Mind And Being ) -- and that our interaction within the Natural Laws creates a functioning syllabus that provides for each person in accord with their personal needs to progress and develop -- monitoring our every word, thought, desire and action in our process of development (see The Law Of Octaves And The Narrow Gate: ) -- then each person is living a life that is tailor made to bring about their own development and eventual success.

When you physically die, you will have to present an accounting-review of the life that you have lived. It will not be a matter of judgment -- of heaven, hell or some sort of punishment -- but rather, what you have personally accomplished with the opportunity of life that has been bestowed upon you. Which means that so long as you do not understand the reason and purpose of the life, little to no progress will be made with respect to accomplishing the primary objectives of the life that you are presently living. And since only a mere handful of people in any given time-frame are motivated to understand either the Natural Laws or the Causal Factors of life, few people are prepared to even present an accounting of the life that they have lived. 

The Causal Factors Of Life 


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