Yin and Yang
by lynne hatfield
If the universe is made up of yin and yang, good and bad, in short opposite frequencies, is this not the way of nature and are we really able to only use the positive without the negative coming into play?
Man is made of three parts, a self-conscious mind, a subconscious mind and a body.
He is conscious mind or spirit.
He is subconscious mind or mental law.
He is body.
The conscious mind controls the subconscious; and in turn, the subconscious controls the body.
We also know that man comes from God, Life or Nature, whichever we choose to call it.
But it must be true that if we come from nature, nature must be life, as there is no way of getting something from something, unless it was there in the first place.
Because man is something, he must have been made from, or come out of something, and that something must be what we call God.
We can also assume that what is true of us must be true of God (What is true of the part, must be true of the whole). So God is also made of three parts, God is Spirit (Conscious), Law in Action (Sub-conscious) and God is result or body.
In other words God is Cause, Medium and Effect.
All things tend to be threefold in nature, a seed for instance is cause, the medium is soil; and the result the plant, or electricity as cause, the laws of electricity being the way it works and its results in light, heat or motion.
As Jesus said, “thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven,” Heaven being cause, Gods will being medium and Earth the effect.
There must always be a trinity of being, The Thing, What The Thing Does and How it Does it.
But in God and Man there is a Self Conscious Spirit, a self-knowing that knows itself, this sets Man and God aside.
There is still a trinity of being, The Thing, What The Thing Does and How it Does it, but in God and Man The Thing knows itself.
This self-knowing nature of Man and God, allows us not to exist above and independently of law, but to consciously use law for a definite purpose.
Jesus told us that God and Man are One in Real Nature, this understanding must be the source of his marvellous power.
There is no record of any Deep Thinker or Great Teacher, that has taught Duality, Moses taught us that, “That the Lord our God is one Lord.” The saying, “I AM that I AM,” was old before Moses was born, as it had been inscribed over the temple entrances for generations. We may go back much farther than Moses and find the same teaching, for it crops out from the literatures and sayings of the wise of all ages.
Jesus taught this when He said, “I and the Father are One,” and in the saying, “The Father that dwelleth in me.”
This teaching of Unity is the cornerstone of religious teaching, East and West, Ancient Scripture to New Age.
The belief in duality has robbed theology of power and has polluted philosophy with untruths; it has divided science against itself and has made countless thousands go through life with saddened hearts.
The belief in duality has given rise in theology to the idea of a God and a devil, each with equal power to impose upon man a blessing or a curse, and men have worshiped a devil just as they ever worshiped God.
But the time has come for a clearer understanding of the true Nature of God. That there is a God is difficult to deny, but a God of Vengeance and Hate? A God of Destruction and Rage?
Could we truly believe that such a God exists, and keep our sanity?
The most that we can believe about such a God, is that there is no such being.
The difficulty of true philosophy has been the necessity of explaining Creation with a single or Unitary Cause.
We live in a world of constant change. Things come and go continuously; forms appear only to disappear; things happen only to stop happening; and it is no wonder that we have believed that there were many causes to these unexplained things.
The philosophers of all times have had great difficulty explaining how just One Cause could manifest Itself in many forms without dividing or breaking up the One.
This has not been easy, yet, when understood, the explanation becomes very apparent.
Jesus taught us that, “God Dwells Within Us.”
How can everything be of One, First Cause? And how could God be in Me, in You and in everyone and everything, and still be One God?
Everything we know will always go back to one. Of Man, if we could trace
our ancestors back through All Intelligent Man, we would find the First, the One who said “I AM”. All life on earth goes back to the First.
The First Cause of everything must then be One. If God created everything, God or Life, as First Cause can only be One. Life cannot be divided by itself, there can only be No Life or Life, there cannot be Half a Life.
If it is one then it can have no shape or form, it must be infinite,. If it had sides, a top and bottom, it would have to be in something, and if it was in something, it would have been created and then not be, First Cause.
If it has no form, no outer shape then what we see, must be within it. And any change we see, must be as a result of a conscious change within it.
There is but one Principle or Consciousness pervading the entire Universe, occupying all space, and being the same in kind at every point of its presence.
It is all powerful, all wisdom and always present.
All thoughts and things are within Itself. It is all in all.
There is one consciousness in the universe able to think, and since it is just one, we can say that it has complete or unlimited knowledge, awareness, or understanding; perceiving all things, it is an Omniscient consciousness
When it thinks, its thoughts become objective things to it, it’s subconscious acts upon the physical world, it is Word or Law. This consciousness has great or unlimited authority, an almighty or infinite power, we could say it is, as God or Omnipotent..
It has no form, no beginning and no end, all manifestation of physical form are within it, all time and all space. This consciousness is Omnipresent, all around us and ever present.
As this consciousness is omnipresent, it must be present within every individual; each individual must be a manifestation of that Omnipotent, Omniscient and Omnipresent Consciousness.
As there is only one consciousness able to think, it follows that your consciousness is identical to the Universal Consciousness, or, in other words, All Mind is One Mind.
The consciousness that focuses in your brain is the same consciousness, which focuses in the brains of every other individual. Each individual is an individual part of the Universal, or Cosmic Mind.
The Universal Mind is potential energy; and it can manifest only through the individual, and the individual can manifest only through the Universal. They are one.
The ability of the individual to think is his ability to act on the Universal and bring it into manifestation.
Man consciousness consists only in the ability of man to think.
Mind in itself is believed to be a subtle form of static energy, from which arises the activities called 'thought, ' which is the dynamic phase of mind.
Mind is static energy, thought is dynamic energy -the two phases of the same thing.
Thought vibration is formed by converting static mind into dynamic mind.
All attributes of the Omnipotent, Omniscient and Omnipresent Universal Mind, or God, must be present at all times in their potential form in every individual. So, when the individual thinks, the thought is compelled by its nature to embody itself in a condition, which will correspond with the thought.
Every thought therefore is a cause and every condition an effect; for this reason it is absolutely essential that you control your thoughts so as to bring forth only desirable conditions.
All power is from within, and is absolutely under your control; it comes through exact knowledge and by the voluntary exercises of exact principles.
There is really no good or bad according to the Taoist/yin-yang view, only what appears to be good or bad.
There is no life and death because "Life and death are one, right and wrong are the same," (from the Chuang Tzu as quoted in World Religions, Geoffrey Parrinder, p. 333).
In this view, opposites are not really opposite; they just appear that way to us because we perceive through a dualistic conditioning and cannot see how opposites are really part of the whole.
Opposites actually contain the essence of each other, and eventually merge with each other.
This is one of the origins of the holistic view of the world and of the body, and remains the basis today of the body-mind connection.
The universe is seen as mystically connected and interplaying, including every person, animal, rock, tree, river, etc., through the yin-yang interaction.
Referring to the Tao, Wen-Tzu states that "the Way has no front or back, no left or right: all things are mysteriously the same, with no right and no wrong," (Wen-Tzu, Further Teachings of Lao-Tzu (Boston: Shambhala, 1992], 109).Law-of-Attraction-Guide.com
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