Divine Child

The Divine Child transmission invokes the living light intelligence, power, presence and compassion of the Christ through the story of the Virgin Birth, Crucifixion and Resurrection, transmitting the frequency patterns encoded through this key sequence of events, paralleling the primary stages we may be called into encountering upon our own unique path of awakening to the truth of what we are. As this transmission is received you will enter thereby into the open-hearted, clear and innocent direct experience of all of that which was seeded into humanities collective consciousness through the embodiment of the Christ Consciousness that we know as Jesus, and how through what he actively demonstrated as the pathway of awakening to the true nature of reality – you may likewise embrace and walk that path.

How you may come to demonstrate the marriage of Divinity with your humanity, the dissolution of all veils of perceptual separation which define Divinity as something removed from your human experience. So that rather than trying to transcend your humanity for some conceptual so called higher state, you may discover what lays within the very root of your humanity as the presence of boundless love, truth and wisdom. You may directly discover what is here as the presence of Divinity, and then rather than perceiving your humanity as something that needs to be escaped or subtly avoided in some way, so your humanity becomes transformed, is realised as the vehicle through which Divinity awakens to the timeless presence of itself here within the world, which expresses the true meaning of the resurrection – the true example of the life of Jesus.

As out-lined the component aspects of this transmission relate then to the Virgin Birth, Crucifixion and Resurrection – each aspect supporting the permanent manifestation of a key movement of awakening/energetic evolutionary development within terms of the deeper realization and embodiment of the true nature of reality…

The Virgin Birth

Theologically speaking the Virgin Birth can be seen to represent the descent of that which is not born of form into form and so also it may be seen as the manifestation of that which is unborn and thereby undying into existence. If we allow for an opening into the deeper meaning of what this signifies – what we may come to directly experience is thereby the understanding that what the Virgin Birth embodies as a key aspect of our own respective journeys of awakening is to be found within the birth of the Christ Consciousness within our own being, the spontaneous arising of grace – breaking through the structure of perceptual space-time reality within which we operate based upon our own and humanities collective patterns of conditioning, attitudes or belief systems and entering into our consciousness. What we may come to realize is that which the Virgin Birth symbolises is the entrance of something not born of mind or conditioned thought into our reality, it is so to speak the opening of a doorway through which we may begin to perceive the reality of the true nature of existence, the opening of the heart into a direct experience of the absolute majesty, wonder and mystery of life – when we are touched deeply by simply the beauty of this moment. So the Virgin Birth can be seen to be such a moment, a moment in which we open into the recognition of something that is not a thing, something indescribable and non-contained by thought, imagery, sensation or any conceptualisation.

The Crucifixion

The death of self that Jesus demonstrates through the crucifixion is the falling away of the transfigured state of union with God. When self falls away, so does any sense of personal relationship with God – because all relationship can only take place within the context of the self. When we talk about my thoughts, or my feelings, or my beliefs, we are essentially speaking about a me that is within relationship with one’s own perception and experience. This so called split-mindedness is what self is. Self is the act of consciousness turning back upon it-self, and relating to whatever it finds as self. In the transfigured state what consciousness finds when it looks within and reflects upon itself is then this deep sense of peace, unity and oneness with God. Within the death of self, embodied within the crucifixion, all of this falls away.

What you are losing or awakening from out of here is then your inner life and yet within this falling away what emerges or resurrects itself is a totally new form of life. For the vast majority of people this then is often considered as entirely inconceivable and yet all that is being described here is simply the absence of the self-reflective mechanism of consciousness – reflecting upon the constant stream of images arising as mind.

In receiving the transmission of the Crucifixion – the focus of Divine Intelligence embodied through such acts thereby to support the self-reflective mechanism of consciousness to cease – so that you may directly awaken from out of the experience of yourself as self – to what you are. It is recognise that there can only exist the sense of self within relationship to that which you perceive yourself as separate from – and thereby to relinquish even the sense of personal relationship with God – is to die into/awaken to what you are – beyond even that subtle sense of separation inherent even within the sense of oneness with God – the sense of something that you exist within relationship to. So the crucifixion might also be termed the death of relationship or the recognition that there exists no-thing to be in relationship to. For all that exists is simply the seamless stream of the one reality and so if we would speak in terms of relationship here, all that is being related to here is that which you are – not experienced as something separate to you – but through the absolute intimacy of the true nature of being.

The Resurrection

Whilst the theme of the resurrection can be found within the religious teachings of many cultures, Jesus’s resurrection takes on a unique meaning when it is clearly examined, opened to and appreciated for the depth of what it both conveys and transmits as a demonstration of the boundless grace of the Divine. For in contrast to the goal laid-out by many spiritual philosophies which preach transcendence of the world of form and from the cycle of birth and rebirth – Jesus’s story in entirely different…

Jesus descends directly from enlightenment into the human condition. Signifying a way in which spirit rather than trying to escape from the dualistic world within which we live, is giving unconditionally of itself to the world. Spirit is relinquishing itself back into the world that we live in, is giving itself to the world. Out of love, spirit comes into the world, to bring forth the light of gnosis and reveal that nothing is separate from divinity; nothing is other than the actuality of divinity itself.

The same emphasis upon embodied spirit is to be found then at the end of Jesus’s life. Jesus’s life ends at the point of the crucifixion, that death is the great release, the great transcendence of time and space. But his life does not end with the crucifixion, it culminates within the resurrection and once again Jesus comes back to the world of time and space. Within the journey of awakening, we experience then a similar journey – once the sense of self has entirely dropped away, we experience a kind of resurrection. We realize a new orientation within life. In other words, we no longer see ourselves as the center of our own individual lives and life is no longer about satisfying ourselves – not even to achieve some sort of spiritual development.

What the resurrection depicts can be seen thereby as the end to the self-orientated life. This is essentially speaking then what has died. The resurrection represents what comes after this – after the destiny of one’s personal story is lived out – and yet there is still a life to live.