Suzanne Giesemann entered her mode of connecting with higher energy, Sanaya, and in the presentation spoke of a seed. The general message was to take your awareness to your heart, and then shift to the womb. Find self in a warm, safe, comforted place with no-thing other than peace, safety, pure light radiating as pure awareness. You are a speck of light with the full potential, within lies the seed for greatness, the potential for love, for love is the seed.
That seed of love is within you as the fertile ground ready to grow and burst forth as a light to shine upon the world. The soul knows I Am the seed, filled with potential, joined in the oneness of pure love, pure being. That love, that light, and with that bursting we share what the heart has never forgotten: I Am Love. And that is the knowing, the Christ Consciousness: Love.
Now, that is a beautiful analogy.
As I listened, the New Testament parable of the mustard seed came to mind. Checking later, the parable is:
Matthew 13:31 – 32
The Mustard Seed and the Leaven
31 “He put another parable before them, saying, “The kingdom of heaven is like a grain of mustard seed that a man took and sowed in his field.” 32 “It is the smallest of all seeds, but when it has grown it is larger than all the garden plants and becomes a tree, so that the birds of the air come and make nests in its branches.”
There are various interpretations on the meaning of this parable. A common theme is that the mustard seed represents the word of God falling onto fertile soil and becoming the church, as the seed bursts forth and grows, so does the spread of God’s word through the structure of the Christian church. The growth through the various branches is the development of the church into the many religious tenets. The concept being that those who hear the word of God, will follow these tenents and be as the birds, making a home in God’s kingdom.This certainly appears to be the messaging that has been utilized throughout centuries, that the kingdom of heaven is found through the church. Now every branch of the Christian church may want to claim it is the only true branch, but that is another discussion.
My sense of the message regarding the Christ Consciousness, brought through Suzanne Giesemann, is that the parable has been misinterpreted.
The seed, the mustard seed being used in the parable as the smallest of seeds, is not the formation of the church.
That little burning seed: it is in each one of us, having this human experience.
Some of us allow the seed to barely smolder and smoke and struggle to turn up the flame of love. Others have that light in varying degrees, sometimes more loving in life, sometimes not so much.
Those who realize what love is, who know the I AM THAT, I AM LOVE are asked to expand their lights, express that love, and move closer to the kingdom of Oneness that is us!
Diane Calderon lives in the beautiful high country of rural Arizona. She is a student, colleague, and friend of Susanne Wilson.
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