I have never experienced a soul so pure and perfect. How far do these words stretch? —-“Take heart, son; your sins are forgiven.” Pg. 537. New testament International version.
I would be lying to myself if I deny Jesus and religion that I also experienced. Again, I have these extraordinary experiences that I cannot explain to anyone. I have never experienced a God so pure and perfect. His body was so pure, it is as if he had the purest blood flowing through his body and knew no sin. I believe with my heart and soul that Jesus has power over sin and to take away sin. Now — I don’t know if that is what is preached in Churches and in bible, it is however a value that I believe to the core of my being. Now how could I know him to be perfect, pure and proven to be just as true as my own gods? Because again, I have extraordinary experiences. That is just a part of my life that I have to accept and accept in such a way knowing that no one in the living practical world would understand. The experience of Jesus was very unlike my own religion and Gods. I am of eastern religion and a Hindu and the Hindu Gods I have also experienced have a different presence and personification. My spiritual experiences define me, in a good way, bad way, and in a way people understand and do not understand me, and the idea of religion and faith. My quest to understand my own religion and find the validity of my ancient vedic religion and gods, has also proven to be true and the supreme reality of this universe —- That the world will also become a witness of through me. The intrigue of eastern religions, the way I know of them, the origin of (Sikhism, Jainism, Buddhism) infact derived out of Hinduism. I want to also one day study religion and other religions, the reason for our presence and purpose. I want to say not a topic most people feel so passionately about or for that matter want to be caught discussing in public, for the reasons it might interfere with our own liberty. What some of us, perhaps most of us and myself included gravitate towards are the words spirituality and humanism. I feel, you can still participate in religion without participating in a fundamentalist thinking. I feel eventually we would all need to cleanse our interiors from the fundamentalist way of thinking, what is really accepted of us by the universe is our spiritual bodies, faith is what we know of and know it be infact that priceless. Ultimately, if it is the acceptance from God that we are seeking, it doesn’t come from ‘practicing’ a religion. It comes from being true to the principals of kindness, truth, tolerance, God and faith. And our bodies yoga. Is our world this way? Do we participate in these principals? Subconsciously or consciously? Perhaps not. Perhaps it is question for your soul. Let me ask you another question? What is the ultimate goal of us? What is the measure of our experience? If one partakes in religion, and religion in a way that we show our spirituality also and that requires knowing and understanding our bodies and bodies yoga. I hope to one day also understand Christianity through an open minded soul who would be willing to help me to understand it without forcing to me accept the cross. That in a opinion, and by many opinions, might feel the idea of where people like to worship cross could seem faulty, wrongful and souless. It is in Individual making to decide what the religion of their faith is really about. If there is a destiny for me as I know it to be, and it has meaning in my life, the essence of our existence lies in our thanks, knowing food is a blessing. An religion also in where gratitude is its equivalent blessing, unlike my own. A religion I also experienced, a religion that is real, a religion with an undenying foundation as my own and a religion that will even take me to the heart of faith, the lessons learned of heart and values of house. The Hindu, is what I am and will be to the end @death without a doubt in this universe. Can a Christian accept that with their hearts? What if I do know and can acknowledge with through my spiritual experience and love Jesus is the Saviour, will faith accept me in this body, soul, and as a person of Hindu religion and thought? What words can you appreciate and is not in you to appreciate may that hold the true power and meaning to the word body, our bodies.