The philosophy of conditional expression represents God’s contemporary word and instruction. It is a sacred text sourced in the revelation of God. What does life itself need from us to feel healthy and balanced? What do we need to do, and how do we need to live, so all life feels honoured as sacred? That is what lies within these pages. It is more than a philosophy. It is the way of unconditional love in action. The teachings and concepts included here, which seek to honour all life as sacred, apply to us all.
Part 12 of the conditional expression philosophy takes us on a journey into the world of individual expression. It is an investigation into creating a form in our lives. That life itself is the miracle and that just being here is enough provides the foundation for the conditional expression investigation into form. That and a complete and loving acceptance of our individual smallness and our temporary appearance on this earth.
The philosophy of conditional expression invites us all to align our intentions and actions to what is best for the body we all belong to. Our collective world. And that brings certain responsibilities – and boundaries – to our expression. It is this mindset that not only invites unconditional love into our world, it actions it. As we have seen, unconditional love is only made real when we put love for something, or its sacredness, before ourselves and our own dreams and desires, should their pursuit be unnecessarily harmful to the object of our love.
This section sets out to restore the dignity of words, concepts and phrases that have been greedily and unsustainably applied to the individual setting. It steals them back and returns to them their true essence and beauty – applying them and giving them their foundation in the service of all humanity and the planet.
Examines the laws that guide unconditional love – which is conditional expression – in the human experience, and which represent the union between knowledge and action. Through them love becomes real and our planet – the body we all belong to – will get to experience love as a result.
The mindfulness of conditional expression. It invites humanity to think with a collective mind; one that considers the needs of humanity and the planet as a priority over individual wants.
The section explores the first three words God spoke to me, ‘be and trust’, from the context of our individual expression in a collective world. They were, in truth, offered as a response to the question, ‘What do we need to know? In this place and time?’ It examines what I believe to be humanity’s hidden trauma and one of the most sinister and unacknowledged harms to the energetic health of our planet. It continues the argument that spiritual laws and teachings were designed to serve the body we belong to – not ourselves as individuals and that to be and trust is the ultimate act of unconditional love any human being can offer to our world.
If every human being was made aware of the concept of turning out, then the energetic feel of our world be transformed overnight. The concept of turning out teaches us that the things we do and why we do them is the critical factor in the energetic health of our planet – and therefore in our spiritual and physical health as well.
Begins a three-part examination of the relationship between human expression and the energetic quality of our world. Here we are reminded that no act by any human being goes unnoticed by our world. It experiences everything we think and do – but not as we would like the world to see it, but as it actually is.
God has destroyed the mystery of his identity, so we can understand who and what we are. And armed with that knowledge begin to choose unconditional love, over the many individual desires and concerns we have placed before our collective health and the health of our planet.
What is true freedom for a human being in a collective world? Is it chasing the freedom to do what they want when they want? Or surrendering this notion of freedom so every human being can have enough, and the planet believes itself to be honoured as sacred.
Identifies love and acceptance of the human experience as the only adequate foundation for all we do. Argues that it is our flaws, limitations and imperfections that should be a gateway to love – rather than an excuse for judgement and hate. And that these things should bring us collectively closer together – not further apart – as they create common ground and a source of solidarity, rather than opposition. The supplementary material accompanying this chapter also invites our world to reconcile with the human experience – to embrace it for what it is, rather than destroy it because we deem it inadequate and unsatisfactory.
Sets the context for the emergence of conditional expression by examining our world today. From our fragile planet and mental health crisis to our obsession with healing and the great imbalance and disparity between those who have and those who have not in the world. Conditional expression is about love. And as such these situations are not viewed with disdain and judgement, but rather with love, compassion and understanding. The same love that is prepared to do what it must to ease our collective suffering. The unconditional love of conditional expression.
This is the prologue to the Conditional Expression philosophy series, which represents, when practiced, the spiritual fulfilment in the human experience. And the revelation of ‘God’ in the human experience. This product includes a downloadable audio version of the chapter.