Religion is a misrepresentation of God. Religion is not of God because it seeks to define God. Religion is the wolf in sheep’s clothing. The Lamb is the innocent child. All children are God’s children. The wolf occupies the perspective of the mother to justify the lack of compassion that must exist for a mother to deny the feelings of her own child. Moral values are ‘demons’ each and every one of them. What is is! ‘Good’ and ‘bad’ are concepts each competing to define the same thing. Good and bad are demons that prejudice our perception.

If religion says it is bad to kill the religious will not kill. If religion says we must kill in God’s name then the religious will kill. If God is used as the justification then killing is good and those who kill in God’s name are defined to be ‘heroes’. Those who die whilst killing others in God’s name are defined to be ‘martyrs’. It is judged ‘bad’ to kill those who are defined to be ‘innocent’. So good and bad can be applied to the same thing depending on how that thing is perceived. Perception is not vision. Perception is the projection of beliefs that are used to define ‘what is’.

Perception accuses ‘what is’ to be what our perception defines it to be. Thou shalt not bear false witness. Perception alleges that what is defined by our perception is what our perception defines it to be. Words such as boring, frightening, evil, anxiety, provoking, sacrilegious, blasphemous, heretic, unpatriotic, unbeliever, weak, ugly, fat, stupid, important, unimportant, valuable, unacceptable refer to ‘demons’. A demon is a ‘belief’ that replaces what is real with a definition. KJV, Exodus 20:16 “Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour”.

When we project our words to define our experiences our feelings respond to the meaning we project. We then rely upon our definition to justify blaming the experience for what we feel. An ‘unbeliever’ is ‘innocent’. A new born baby cannot believe. How can an innocent mind with no ‘judgement’ be ‘guilty’ of anything? Pain and suffering are the expression of beliefs. Man’s beliefs are demons. Demons are beliefs. Beliefs are sins. The behaviour of a belief is not the sin. It is not the murder, the rape or the genocide that is the sin.

The sin is our faith in beliefs that program our mind to control our behaviour. Any behaviour that lacks compassion is the physical expression of the personal demons worshipped by each believer. Muslims, Christians and Jews that kill are worshipping a demonic belief system. Thou shalt not kill embeds a command to kill. I must understand what the word ‘kill’ means before I can understand that I must not kill. To plan to take a life is the work of the Devil. The devil is the ego. The ego is the self-concept. The self-concept is the identity installed within the mind of each innocent child.

Once branded with an identity the child’s mind is programed by their faith in the official beliefs of the jurisdiction into which they are born. Those born into a Christian jurisdiction are not Christian. Those born into a Muslim jurisdiction are not Muslim. We are our feelings. Our feelings control our behaviour. Our behaviour is an expression of what we are. Once we have acquired beliefs our mind has been programmed and our perception prejudiced. Once our mind is controlled by beliefs our behaviour serves those beliefs. Those who kill are killers. Those who hate are haters. Those who have mercy are merciful.

Religion cannot hide the truth of us. Our whole mind in which we all dwell cannot be tricked. Each Muslim, Christian and democratic country whose behaviour is uncompassionate is not indemnified by their ‘faith’ in their demonic religion or politics. Each soldier who believes he kills in the service of God is forgiven. Each Muslim who kills in the belief that they kill in the service of God is forgiven. Each Christian ‘is not’. Thou shalt not kill, once understood, means that a ‘choice’ was made to kill. All those who know they must not kill are ‘not forgiven‘. All forgiveness must come from the self. All demons are concepts. All concepts are beliefs.

The whole mind which is heaven cannot be prejudiced by the beliefs of the ego mind. Beliefs are used by the ego to replace sight with perception. It is perception that makes an innocent brother or sister an enemy. Compassion ensures those who have participated in the genocide and hidden behind their public office voting in governments and senates to send their soldiers will each see and feel what they have inflicted. Those who lift the sword will feel what their victims felt in the horrific and barbaric act of bombing, burning and destruction. Those who stone, burn and beat will feel what was felt by their victim.

Compassion is the feelings of others. So if you were kind you will feel heaven. If you lacked compassion you will exist in the ‘hell’ that you made for your victim. It is because you are your victim. You will feel this until you realise what you inflicted upon your victim. KJV, Luke 6:31, “And as ye would that men should do to you, do ye also to them likewise.” When the minds are merged between victim and victimiser the victimiser will feel what their victim, their victim’s family, friends and community felt at the hands of the victimiser.

The victimiser will recall this in their mind which will create the ‘same’ feelings in their body. There is nowhere to hide from something that enters the mind. Guilt is the awareness of truth. What the mind worships the body feels. The body can run, hide and can die but the mind of God exists beyond all of man’s mind-made limitations including ‘time’. Compassion is the ‘feelings of others’. This is why it was said do unto others what you would have them do unto you. We are one so our victim is the self. Those who acted will be acted upon.

KJV, Galatians 6:7-8 “Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. For he that soweth to his flesh shall of the flesh reap corruption; but he that soweth to the Spirit shall of the Spirit reap life everlasting.” The killer will be killed. The rapist will be raped. The persecutor will be persecuted. The deceiver will be deceived. The only way is God. God cannot be defined. Forgiveness is the only way to God. What is forgiveness? Forgiveness describes the removal of ‘our faith’ in all ‘beliefs’ within our mind that we used to define ‘reality’.

The reality perceived is a reflection of the perception used to incarcerate unlimited creative expression within the hypotheses sustained by beliefs. It is beliefs that distort the mind to deny its own compassion. Unless the mind transcends the beliefs that sustain what is perceived to be reality and enters the state defined as ‘psychosis’ the believer will always be a victim of his own demons. Those demons are man’s beliefs. It is only by transcending what is ‘believed’ to be possible that the ‘impossible’ can be released from its incarceration and heaven can reign upon the earth.

KJV, Matthew 19:26 “But Jesus beheld them, and said unto them, With men this is impossible; but with God all things are possible.” God is what exists beyond all the beliefs that are used by man to define what is ‘real’ and ‘possible’. The concept of ‘history’ shows that many things that were once believed to be ‘impossible’ and ‘unreal’ are now in existence. The creative force defined as God cannot be incarcerated by the dogma of religion. Our experience is a reflection of the state of our mind. Our minds are unlimited. Only a believer’s faith in beliefs can place constraints upon their unlimited mind.

We were each given free will. This means that we can choose to worship beliefs that incarcerate our understanding within the limitations of our belief’s definition or question our beliefs allowing ideas to emerge from our whole mind’s unlimited creative potential. A belief once believed is given jurisdiction and power over the mind of the believer. As demonstrated by a phobia a believer’s freedom is dictated by the constraints of their own beliefs. A belief has more power over the mind than God only because God gave us free will and our beliefs take our freedom away.

Whatever a believer believes will control his mind as powerfully as software controls the creative expression of the most powerful computers. To free the mind from the beliefs that control or limit the whole mind’s creative expression the believer need only withdraw their faith in their own beliefs.  This is why it was said that ‘faith can move mountains’.

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