The Isness of Divinity

Being There by Erich Ferdinand

There are some curious distinctions in the core values of reality. For example, being or the sense of existence. We first may recognize this as a sense of I Am. As we progress spiritually, we can settle into values of pure consciousness beyond the I-sense. There we find a sense of Amness, of our existence without personal identification. And still deeper, we can come to universal consciousness where the sense is of Isness, an impersonal but universal existence. That sense first arises when consciousness becomes aware of itself, it becomes aware of its own existence. “When existence becomes conscious, intelligence … Continue Reading…