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Date:         Fri, 24 Mar 89 22:11:25 EST
From:         "Homer W. Smith" 
Subject:      Re: Re:Lookin at God
To:           Adore-l list 
In-Reply-To:  Message of Wed, 22 Mar 89 11:38:20 EST from 

>Maybe I'm incredibly stupid, but I don't see what's to be afraid of
>admitting your blind.

     Nothing to be afraid of.  Actually blindness is self chosen,
and upon recognition and re operation of such, vanishes.  I am told.
People go through the 'qualms' when they are about to get their
divine vision back.  It usually stops them from completing the job.

>Two more questions:  Blind? To what? God?
>                     Who do you tell your blind? Yourself? A Minister?
>It seems to me that if it were only that, we'd have an answer as to
>whether God is real or not, wouldn't it?
>If it was humanity you were talking about 'opening their eyes', why
>would WE not like what we see?
>If its true, we'd see our creator.
>Well, this closes another random thought session.

     The problem is only doing it too fast.  It has been said
that if an unprepared man were to look upon the beauty of the
Monadic plane of consciousness he would die of shame.

     Thus a certain gradient scale of opening eyes is called for.

To repeat the planes of consciousness from the particular theory
in question, they are,

Physical, Astral, Mental, Causal, Budhic, Nirvanic, Monadic, Divine.

 Homer W. Smith      Adore-l list         3/24/89*Re:Lookin at God