“There is a paradise in this world; whoever does not enter it will not be able to enter the one in the hereafter.” Profound words, which are found in the world of Islam, give us the keys to heaven. The Kingdom of Heaven is always at hand for it is the kingdom of the open and radiating heart that is connected to the whole.
The Prophet Muhammad said: “Indeed, in the body is a part, where if it becomes good, the whole body becomes good, and that is the heart.” The most difficult subject, after all, is the most simple. It is hard for the mind, which loves argument and complexity, to enter the kingdom of heaven, which was Christ’s way of describing the kingdom of the heart. The deepest mysteries and greatest challenges lie ahead for those brave enough to investigate the hidden depths of the heart. The heart lives in the fourth dimension and our third dimensional minds have little ability to cope with its unpredictable ways.
The endless dream, the depths of love. Radiating with unbounded freedom. Totally open to be, to feel everything that we are. Safe and secure and an end to all repression. Energies flow out in unselfish ways. In the Divine there is only One, One love, One energy, One expression. We cease to make any separations, judgments depart. Transcending the chains of concepts, back into the Garden with no shame.
In the very beginning of The Marriage of Souls (my first book that has only been published inside of Survival Medicine) is a promise, “a return to a beauty, heaven, and garden that we will create, share and enjoy together.”
The Second Coming of Pure Love is the subtitle, and I have been working on this in the most personal way for the 17 years since I wrote this book. I would like to say straight out that this garden exists, I have been there, and have fallen over and over only to arise again back to the sweet heights of this heavenly place.
I have repeated the process many times and the pain of the fall is never less. My words are not just words and concepts; they reflect real experiences of my soul. They reflect spaces and places that I have been to.
In the beginning were Adam and Eve, two people together in the Bible. In the garden they were with God. The great sadness of life these many past thousand years is that we as a race have been lost from this space and almost nothing, including the Bible and the churches, have helped us much to get back to it.
God (the cosmic intelligence) is still alive and brewing in someone’s consciousness, making its magic and divine grace in any heart that dares to open and feel the light of pure love, and the juicy part, which I call divine romance.
The entire framework of The Marriage of Souls is directed at finding the garden, identifying with it, learning to work with certain tools that maximize our intention of scaling the heights to pure love, and then maintaining ourselves there. Not easy but it is possible—that is the main point to understand.
The Marriage of Souls is a divinely beautiful pathway that leads us to an eventual return to complete oneness with one, and then with a greater family of beings.
The Marriage of Souls is about a heavenly bliss shared between beings that love each other from the bottom of their hearts and souls.
Nakedness & Sex in the Garden
And in the garden they were both naked and they were not ashamed and even God saw that everything was good. Naked people tend to be more vulnerable, open and tend to want to touch the beauty that they see. In the Bible we see in many places mention of the beauty of nakedness and even Noah was ready to kick his sons for covering him up.
Sex does exist in the garden and in fact also its purity; love and joy are mirrors or indicators that we are near its doors. When we separate our hearts from our sexualities we forever shut the gates and when we make sex into something ugly and shameful we create highways to hate and hell in our minds. We do know that people who abuse sexuality of another (their deepest vulnerabilities) literally create a hell on earth for that other person to live with for the rest of their life on one level or another.
The Marriage of Souls is about the garden and of entering a heaven on earth both with and without our sexualities on fire.
Believe in the garden; it does exist. It is a real place that we can go to when we open our heart and share it with significant others. The garden is a place in consciousness and when we are there we know we can share it with at least one significant other. That’s the confirmation, when we see the love light shining back on us through the eyes of our beloved.
And the more souls who resonate together the greater the intensity of their love and, mirror like, each soul reflects the other. – Dante
Believe in the garden. Believe that you yourself can go back and live there. Those who already share love will be the most ready to believe and those with the most open hearts and minds will know of the difficulties that line the path. The difficulties do not make it any less real though. Each and every moment that we step into the garden can and will reinforce the vision and strengthen our resolve to climb the heights yet again and again. And who knows but that sometime in our march through eternity we shall all meet there.
The garden represents beauty, a place we can walk in and make love in.
The veritable nature of The Marriage of Souls is seen in the totally open heart and the willingness to relate to other open hearts with intimacy, love and joy.
Special Note: The highest vision in this book is the work of group consciousness and this is a beautiful light that is not known. It’s not known because we are an egocentric race that prefers to skip over the essentials of love. In my next newsletter we deal with the hard side of love, which has much to do with listening and learning how to resolve conflicts in a creative manner. Unfortunately this is something most people avoid like the plague. Our arrogance as a race is found principally in our refusal to humble ourselves and admit that we are lousy listeners especially when faced with conflicts on every level of life.