Lesson 99 – My function

‘Salvation is my only function here.’

Salvation and forgiveness are the same. They both imply that something has gone wrong; something to be saved from, forgiven for; something amiss that needs corrective change; something apart or different from the will of God. Thus do both terms imply a thing impossible but yet which has occurred, resulting in a state of conflict seen between what is and what could never be.

Truth and illusion both are equal now, for both have happened. The impossible becomes the thing you need forgiveness for, salvation from. Salvation now becomes the borderland between the truth and the illusion. It reflects the truth because it is the means by which you can escape illusions. Yet it is not yet the truth because it undoes what was never done.

In the practice sessions today remind yourself:
Salvation is my only function here.
God still is love and this is not His Will.

Hmmm! When I was doing my NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) Master Practitioner training we worked a lot with the Milton Model for taking people into trance. It’s basically a technique where you talk in a way that appears to make sense though actually making no sense. You continue until the person gives up trying to follow the conversation and you can bypass their conscious mind and speak directly to their subconscious mind. This lesson, in my opinion falls into this area. The lesson is nearly three pages long and I struggled to make sense of any more than a few lines at a time.

I have total trust that whatever my subconscious needed to hear has gone in, and no doubt has been reinforced by my constant repetition of the practice phrase, salvation is my only function here and that some of the concepts have found a permanent home, even if I couldn’t understand them. For example:

‘Forgive all thoughts which would oppose the truth of your completion, unity and peace. You cannot lose the gifts your Father gave. You do not want to be another self. You have no function that is not of God. Forgive yourself the one you think you made. Forgiveness and salvation are the same. Forgive what you have made and you have saved.

The above may make sense to you. If it does, please drop me a line and explain, if not at least it may find a way into your subconscious and make a difference to your soul.

About predencia

Author of novels Dare to Love and Betrayed www.pennydixon.com poetry anthology Raw www.cymbalspublishing.co.uk and blogger www.writingcreativelywithspirit.com
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