Please bring the Holy Spirit with you to interpret. Thank you.
From Mama’s Christmas Carol, by Debra Yvonne Simmons
1. It will be in Grace that you stand as a recipient of the Atonement. As a little child, you will be able to make mistakes or take a fall, but you have a loving Father in God that will pick you up and set you on your feet again, taking pride in your accomplishments.
I want to go on record to state that the God that created us, loves us just as we are, right where we are, and has no need for infinite patience with us, because He Knows that this is only a dream, and we have not separated from Him.
We have the ability to help Christ be gently wakened when we accept the Atonement as a reality in our lives, and extend it to others.
2. Forgive the original error, which is the thought by Christ that He separated from God, with gratitude for that witness and all that blesses your life.
Then you can walk forward open and honest, at least with yourself, about what is going on. Not everyone will be able to handle your honesty, because you will not only see what is so false in your surroundings. You will be willing to say something about it.
When we walk in the miracle-mindedness we see errors and know them to be not real. Therefore we may address them, without condemning the individual in question, and proceed accordingly. The over-looking concept is in our own hearts as we know these things have not occurred in truth.
It is not a simple matter of re-framing it in our minds so that we no longer see the injustice.
3. God will not force anything on humanity. Likewise, once they are willing to receive, nothing can be held back from them.
This is a promise to each of us. We do not need to be afraid that we will receive more understanding than we can handle. The Holy Spirit will take us gently into that place where we know who we are. He does this as we are willing to let go of what we believe gives us credibility in this world.
Be it position, power, title, or possessions. Even relationships can hold us fast in the world and keep us from the witness of God’s Love.
4. PTSD only occurs to those outside the full consciousness of the Atonement. There is no sense of trauma in the fullness of the Atonement because all trauma is know to be false. This does not mean you will not cry or hurt for the trauma, but that it will be more like watching a movie that you know is not real. You may get caught in the emotion of the situation or moment, but it will have no lasting effect.
In other words, do not be afraid of the effects of trauma. You may experience it in different ways, even once you have found and experienced the concept of miracle-mindedness. Hold onto the witness of God’s Love within the Atonement and know that all else is illusion.
When you see another person you see Christ in the flesh, confused and hurting, thinking He is separate from God’s Love. Acknowledgment in one’s heart and courtesy in one’s behavior are the least one can do. And if able please do more. The idea that they brought it on themselves, and so you have no need to help, is not a truth of a child of God.
Your knowledge that He cannot be separate will touch Him, but it may not be in the way or at the time that you expect. Jesus, in his role as elder brother, knows when each of us is willing and ready to receive the miracle. Walk in it (the Atonement) yourself and rest assured those you meet, even casually will be blessed by it.
You stand in Grace as the Son of God, when you stand in the Atonement.
Forgive the Christ in everyone that you meet (and yourself) for the belief that He could be separate from God and His Love.
The Holy Spirit will teach us what we are willing to receive.
The trauma of the world is not lasting. The despair associated with post- traumatic stress disorder will be alleviated, at least to a large degree, by standing in the Atonement.
We would not be afraid of tears or aggression if we would stand in our truth as witnesses of God’s Love for His Son.
That day will come for each of us.
Till next time. God bless, Namaste~