The eternal fire is described here in Parasha Tzav. Simply put it is the fire of unification never ending and always there in connection.
Leviticus 6:5. And the fire on the altar shall burn on it; it shall not go out. The kohen shall kindle wood upon it every morning, and upon it, he shall arrange the burnt offering and cause the fats of the peace offerings to [go up in] smoke upon it.
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A common misconception is that we have to work hard to achieve unity or oneness with the Creative Force. This however isn’t the case. We only need to be willing to change our mind at a moments notice. This is what is called for in every transformation of our thinking. It is the process of letting go of the old paradigm and allowing the new thought forms to engage our attention. The thing is we are unconsciously accepting many of the misconceptions that have been previously defined in the world we live in.
We start out resistant to change. The status quo seems so much easier. It is because we don’t have to think. Change is defined in the moment of active thinking. We need to reach up in the moment in order to listen. It is this active thinking which separates our old ideas from those which are coming into form in the moment.
We choose our thoughts anew then, instead of replaying the old thoughts. This is creation in action. Then we can operate “in all ways contrary to the world” which represents our old way of thinking. This clears the way for us to work inside of the Creative Force of consciousness. Think about this.
There has never been a moment when the Creative Force has not been one hundred percent present in your life. All you have to do is to show up and pay attention.
Take responsibility for every thought. Wield thoughts at first like a raging bull, and then with practice like a shepherd his sheep. Let this internal transformation go where it will under the guidance of the light of your focused vision. This is the same light that opens up every area of the unknown along the way.
The attitude to assume is to continually say yes to your vision, no matter what appears. Then your thoughts will begin to take form going over mountains and across great seas in one leap. It is the light of your imagination that beams them where they are going to take form.
The demonstration of your vision is contained in its initial out flowing from your original idea. Along the way every transformation relies upon this central theme of taking the initial vision and expanding it to take the entire sphere of manifestation into account. These transformations take place in thought and throughout the worlds without end, which make possible every manifestation of being.
If there is one thing to remember in all of this it is your own ability to make the right choice at the right time. This is the Eternal fire. Be guided by the continuity of that fire that resides within. It is the same process that we live and breathe by. How much more so then when we acknowledge this ongoing creation that we become conscious of the integral part we play in directing the course of events that becomes our life. B”H
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