We recognize the actual evidence of an eternal essence of existence [which is commonly referred to as “life”] that is continuous within and throughout all dimensional experiences. While what it experiences as reality repeatedly changes, the consciousness remains to perceive its existence somewhere, often using a physical or spiritual body to support the belief in doing so. It remains to perceive continuously if it has a “living body” or not. The “spirit” is the original representation of the “life” it has, and bodies are only one accessory of that same life with a belief there is an opposite to its existence, distorting its perceptions to represent the “evidence” that these beliefs are true. It is by this ability that each dimension experienced is an extension of animating the beliefs (as shapes and forms).
The (“ego”) individual perspective awareness aspect of consciousness is only an auxiliary representation of that believed physical life. The continuation of the self that is identified with that particular body, “goes to” another reflection of the aptitudes this consciousness believes, and feels worthy of. Regardless of the manifestation of where it appears to be, life in it self remains constant. Forever immersing its own perspective within infinite variations scattered over the vastness of the eternal landscape which it experiences first-hand. In actuality “life” is singular and its “future” is not determined by any single separate person. It extended into experiencing itself as separate persons while it insists on that belief’s validity.
“Life” is a continuous stream of consciousness and every time it seems confronted with the possibility of death it either allows it to seem to occur and remain in that particular universe where its demise is experienced and then explores what seems beyond it, or it chooses an alternate universe where it experiences its continuation, either by survival, a miraculous recovery, or the ascension beyond the current dimensional perspective.
“It’s not only that the truth will set you free, for it is also true that you must be set free in order to comprehend the truth.”
- Rev. Devan Jesse Byrne
In Short, this Statute indicates:
1. Regardless of the “physical” or “spiritual” experience, the eternal consciousness of “Christ” is what believes, perceives, and experiences it. The Wholly Spiritual Universe animates its thoughts and beliefs to manifest as realities with “bodies” of any density.
2. It is not any kind of “body” which could be eternal, physicality is a continuation of an idea that the eternal has developed to experience death, loss, and love with “others”.
3. Eternal Life is not a reference to a “soul” or “spirit”, it is a reference to the celestial consciousness which has no form. Even while the “energy” of the Wholly Spiritual Universe is also eternal, it represents no form (nothing) without consciousness presenting what it will.
4. Consciousness which always chooses to “live” will always experience the manifestation representing its life in that particular dimensional perspective. However, it also continues on regardless of the experiences of its choice to “die”.
5. There will always be some form of representation (by the Wholly Spiritual Universe) of that which is eternal, either “physical” or “spiritual” and any combination or variation of them.
6. Only “others” appear to die in the world, representing the “Christ’s” belief that it too will die. However, when they “die” in your perspective, they have not in theirs (always experiencing a continuation).
7. Your Eternal-Life has no beginning or end, nor reference in any alternate location or time outside of all ten dimensions, except that of “God”. The “Life” living in you, as you, is “God”.
“There are a multitude of options to experience, and consciousness is always continuous throughout them, even if it has chosen death with the belief in oblivion, it will ensure that its beliefs are experienced as true, and proceed to perceive oblivion. Till the day it recognizes its own observation of oblivion and begins to choose differently.”
- Rev. Devan Jesse Byrne