Thursday, June 28, 2012
The Veil is Torn - Oneness Through Prayer
The intensity of our feeling takes us beyond the ego. The stronger our need and the greater our longing, the more the heart cries out. Veils create the illusion of separation, distracting us from our oneness with God. Need turns us inward, towards Source, the oneness that is the root of our desire.
Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee, Prayer of the Heart
The veil in scripture is a symbol of the [perceived] separation of God and man, Spiritual and physical, formless and form. The veil is a perception difference. We perceive in a physical context (narrative- facts) and we can also perceive in a spiritual context (poetry - metaphor). Whenever Christ (Spiritual Love) is observed, pay attention! There will be a comment about how the veil is broken, torn, or rent. The veil is present when scripture (for eg. Torah) is taken literally, rather than spiritually, when the old covenant is observed rather than the new. For eg: But their minds were hardened, for until this very day at the reading of the old covenant the same veil remains, because in Christ (Spiritual Love) it passes away. (2 Cor 3:14). When Jesus (Physical Love) was dying on the cross the "veil of the temple (the location of Gods revelation) was torn in 2 from top to bottom" (Matt 27:51, Mark 15:38, Luke 23:45). Spiritual Love (Christ) and Physical Love were reconciled/united with Source Love.
Paul teaches: God has drawn aside the veil through the teaching of the Spirit; for the Spirit searches everything, including the depths of the divine nature. 1Cor 2:10. the Spirit resides in our desire for Love and Love's desire for us. The Spirit integrates the mind and body to become One with Source, through Love, in Love.
May the teaching of the Spirit search your minds and hearts, tearing the veil, the illusion of separation from God, and unite your mind-body-Spirit in Love. Peggy
Art: lyndafinchart.com The veil is torn