By Eric Butterworth
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In this vintage paintings, Eric Butterworth sees the divine inside of us all to be a hidden and untapped source of unlimited abundance. Exploring this "depth potential," Butterworth outlines ways that we will free up the facility locked inside of us and enable our "light shine."
"There is just one manner lower than the sunlight through which a guy can in achieving his 'Mt. Olympus' -- that's to assert, in achieving the conclusion and unfoldment of his personal innate divinity -- and that's via bringing a few radical and everlasting switch for the higher in his personal consciousness," writes Butterworth.
Butterworth demonstrates that the life of this divine size in each one person is the best discovery of all time. He explains the universality of such important matters as: tips on how to be triumphant; the right way to pray; how to define self assurance; the best way to triumph over own difficulties; and the way to discover therapeutic. With perception and sensitivity, Butterworth opens new doorways of self-knowledge, and descriptions ways that we will be able to unlock the facility within.
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Jesus was simply giving a guide to direct our thoughts away from finite form, or from thinking of God as a superman. " We are forever trying to find Him, to reach Him, to' influence Him. " He may not have found God, but with every breath he drew and with every thought he formed, he expressed Him. Maybe he didn't see God, but then he didn't see gravity either. Yet, if gravity hadn't been there, Ivan might still be following an inertial pattern to oblivion. " In his book, The Shaking of the Foundations, he says: The name of this infinite and inexhaustible depth and ground of all being is GOD.
We may laugh at this, but many of us are influenced by this desire to clothe God in human form. Too, we have been greatly influenced by the artist’s visualization of divinity. A good example is Michelangelo’s classic frescoes on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City. ” It is beautiful because as art it is breathtaking in design, in depth, in form and proportion. And yet it is a hideous demonstration of man’s attempt to define the indefinable—to visualize the infinite in terms of himself.
I have a feeling that it turns more people from "the way” than toward it. It is an evidence of how far man has strayed from the simple opensky-and-hillside teachings of Jesus. What did Jesus really teach? The answer is not easy to formulate, simply because we have been so conditioned by the religion about Jesus. For the religion of Jesus, we can only turn to the four Gospels of the New Testament and read the words as they have been recorded. Jesus did not come to found a new religion. He said, "Think not that I came to destroy the law or the prophets: I came not to destroy, but to fulfill” (Matt.