Each lily of forgiveness offers all the world the silent miracle of love. And each is laid before the Word of God, upon the universal altar to Creator and creation in the light of perfect purity and endless joy.
Wisconsin Dells, WI (PRWEB) March 20, 2012
Jubi, an illuminate teacher of God has been scheduled to lead a Kabbalah workshop at the Miracles Healing Center in Wisconsin Dells, WI, during the celebration of International Forgiveness Week and Weekend of Perfect Peace in September this year.
The workshop entitled “The Symbology of Forgiveness in the Mystic Kabbalah: Ascending the Tree of Life” is described as “an experiential journey into Kabbalah with particular emphasis on the Sephiroth as the blueprint for the mindful action of true forgiveness and the simultaneous experience of perfect Peace.”
According to Jubi, “We will join in the experience as is stated in the Sefer Yetzirah, 'These ten Sephiroth which are ineffable, whose appearance is like scintillating flames, have no end but are infinite. The word of God is in them as they burst forth, and as they return; they obey the divine command, rushing along as a whirlwind, returning to prostrate themselves at his throne.'”
“Truth is one,” added Jubi, “Kabbalah is Self-realization – or the receiving of the Word of God. It entails the experience of rebirth and as the great Kabbalist Jesus Christ says in A Course In Miracles, 'rebirth itself is merely the dawning on your mind of what is already in it. God placed it there Himself, and so it is true forever.' Forgiveness, or the release of the mind from its apparent vise of self-definition, is quite simply the action by which you recognize what is already given.
“Listen to how Jesus expresses this in A Course In Miracles: 'Each lily of forgiveness offers all the world the silent miracle of love. And each is laid before the Word of God, upon the universal altar to Creator and creation in the light of perfect purity and endless joy.
'This world will change through you. No other means can save it, for God's plan is simply this: The Son of God is free to save himself, given the Word of God to be his Guide, forever in his mind and at his side to lead him surely to his Father's house by his own will, forever free as God's. He is not led by force, but only love. He is not judged, but only sanctified.'”
“This teaching,” noted Jubi, “has been with man since the beginning of time. It is a present recognition. From the Course: 'God's Word is given every mind which thinks that it has separate thoughts, and will replace these thoughts of conflict with the Thought of peace.
The Thought of peace was given to God's Son the instant that his mind had thought of war. There was no need for such a Thought before, for peace was given without opposite, and merely was. But when the mind is split there is a need of healing. So the Thought that has the power to heal the split became a part of every fragment of the mind that still was one, but failed to recognize its oneness. Now it did not know itself, and thought its own Identity was lost.'”
“This is the essence of Kabbalah,” continued Jubi. “Jesus tells us that, 'The instant the idea of separation entered the mind of God's Son, in that same instant was God's Answer given. In time this happened very long ago. In reality it never happened at all.' Forgiveness is the action of the restoration of the integrity of the mind. This is the whole purpose of this event. This is why we are here. We are here to experience in this moment, the Peace and Love of God.
"In Jesus' words it is stated thus:'Forgiveness lets the veil be lifted up that hides the face of Christ from those who look with unforgiving eyes upon the world. It lets you recognize the Son of God, and clears your memory of all dead thoughts so that remembrance of your Father can arise across the threshold of your mind. What would you want forgiveness cannot give? What gifts but these are worthy to be sought? What fancied value, trivial effect or transient promise, never to be kept, can hold more hope than what forgiveness brings?'”
International Forgiveness Week and Weekend of Perfect Peace will be celebrated worldwide from September 14 through September 23, 2012.
For more information about activities planned for the event and how you can participate, visit the website: http://www.forgivenessweek.org/participate.php.