Question: Are we a physical body having a spiritual experience or are we a Soul-Spiritual body having a physical experience?
I’ve been contemplating that question for some time now. So I asked another question: Does the physical body possess the Soul-Spiritual body or does the Soul-Spiritual body possess the physical body?
Hmmm. What if we, the Soul-Spiritual body, possesses the physical body? What if the physical body is a special vessel for the Soul-Spiritual body to possess in order to experience this current manifestation? What if our consciousness is not manifested from our physical body but rather our Soul-Spiritual body? What if, when I say “I AM”, it is the Soul-Spiritual body speaking, not the physical body? What if I was misguided and lost all these years when I related my consciousness to the physical body instead of my Soul-Spiritual body?
I found out recently that the Vatican has a claim on all the lost souls. What if claiming to be Man is in fact the Soul that is lost because he/she does not know what he/she is? However, if the Soul suddenly identifies with itself instead of thinking that he/she is the Man then would it still be lost? How is that any different than when I believed I was a person (corporate fiction) 6 1/2 years ago? What is sad is that millions of people still think they are a person / corporate fiction.
Yes, I know, I ask a lot of questions. I had a significant emotional and spiritual shift over the last few days and I’ve been feeling overwhelmed and very emotional. The reality of the situation sunk in when I realized that the Man is just a vessel. It is yet another layer that I have managed to break through and doing so resulted in my perception of my world collapsing and everything changed … again! I’ve gone through a significant paradigm shift again and now I feel like I am starting all over trying to figure life out.
The result is significant as now these passages make way more sense to me;
John 14:6 Jesus saith unto him, I AM the way the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.
Christ did not say “Jesus Christ is the way”, he said “I AM the way”. “me” is defined as: “That which I have”. Christ was trying to show me that our connection to the Divine is within. All I have to do is see it and accept it and live it. He set the example for me to follow. It is up to me to find the way.
I realize now that I am NOT a Man but I possess a Man. I AM that I AM!