How could we not also be God? If God is All-That-Is, how could we not be an integral aspect of that?
Kirk: Alana, I would like to ask the group how it feels to consider the notion that we are also God.
Jackson: Just before you said that I was experiencing an after effect of the expansion that Alana just took us through. I was thinking about expansion. And it felt like we went out in all dimensions. I thought, “Where does it go? Since you can keep expanding, is there another step?” It felt almost like expansion comes back and goes inside of itself again. It’s like experiencing being everything and then being very small. Like a great circle of some sort.
Kirk: Like the farther you go out, the farther you go in? The farther you go in, the farther you go out?
Barry: You just triggered what I received when Alana was describing expansion. When I approach someone whose reaction I might fear, I can realize that since we are all one, others are just a part of me. Then the fear gets much smaller.
Alana: What is within is without.
Kirk: How could we not also be God? If God is All-That-Is, how could we not be an integral aspect of that? Of course it’s one thing to talk about this concept and something much richer to fully embrace it within all aspects of our being.
Susan: I got an immense feeling of relief and empowerment, and at the same time a little fear of forgetting. I remember, feel relief, and say, “Oh, this is so empowering.” Then my mind kicks in and the fear of forgetting soon follows.
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