We acknowledge the benefits for the unification of individuated perspectives (persons) in communities throughout dimensional paradigms. For physical survival, emotional support, spiritual advancement and our conscious evolution. Sharing insights, abilities, and resources to support each other on our divine journey of exploration. Amplifying potential and motivation exceeding individual capabilities in correspondence to the collectives agreed purpose and desires.
This dimension of seeming separation was designed to require joining to survive. While our truth remains to be the same one relationship, each dimension performs their rendition of it differently, represented with different amounts and types of beings which all must come to mature, understand, appreciate, and then decipher the genuine recollection of reality to then transcend it.
While actively participating in needed, creative, and inspired activities together, the success of all communities rely on each individual’s open-mindedness, acceptance, and willingness to learn and expand with each other into greater perspectives of truth. Each dimension reveals new aspects and situations which represent what our consciousness (“Christ”) has concealed the acceptance of, and therefore the deliberate practice of acceptance is its only way to expand and extend it’s awareness. Learning to work together in harmony and efficiency in form, reveals our unity beyond form. As we come to understand each other’s perspective, we come to recall our reality as the one perceiver.
In Short, this Statute indicates:
1. “Community” is in reference to working together as like-minded individuals, who desire to experience something more together. Usually agreed on by the collective.
2. Everyone is in some form of community (regardless of size or obvious intent) to bring about “healing” for greater awareness. The avoidance of each other in community is the unconscious attempt to avoid this “healing”.
3. Communities should offer a safe place for everyone to be themselves to learn, grow, and expand together.
4. When a “community” develops defined laws and rules and are not flexible to adaptability it will die, even like unto a body that does the same.
5. Physical “communities” support each other’s physical needs, while spiritual “communities” unite as a “soul-family” in spiritual needs.
6. The eternal purpose of community is to learn to unite as one and exceed the current dimensional awareness.
7. All coming together remains to be a reflection of the relationship of “Christ” and “God”.