Today I want to address a bar topic, something that each of us discusses with friends and family daily:
1 Resurrection of who?
2 Resurrection where?
3 Resurrection why?
This is not trivial: most people have a deep and paralysing fear of dying.
This fear belongs to men and women across the board, regardless of culture, religion, race or age.
Thousands of years of human reflection on the subject haven’t served to mitigate (or exorcise) death.
But I am convinced that many people are also afraid of being resurrected among you.
TRUE OR FALSE ISSUE?
It’s not about believing in something or having faith in someone.
It’s a question of observing a fact that is difficult to refute: life is something inextinguishable, as well as personal identity.
In other words: what exists is and will be forever.
Eternal means that it has no definite starting point and no end.
Being is eternal; the forms of being are infinite, continuously created and recreated and subject to permanent change.
Therefore death and resurrection are synonymous with the same action: mutation.
I answer the first question: being is the one who changes, who rises again.
FROM HERE TO ETERNITY
In our reality, we experience space as a place.
We think in terms of moving the matter from one place to another.
But if being is eternal (therefore not subject to the direct influence of time), in which place (or rather, dimension) do we rise again (that is, we change)?
Since the dimensions of reality are infinite in number, our choice has no limitations.
Don’t panic, dear friends!
We are always free to choose according to our needs and preferences.
There’s only one difference between who is afraid of dying (and being resurrected) and who is not: awareness.
I answer the second question: wherever we want and desire to be.
ANYWHERE AND EVERYWHERE IS RESURRECTION
The resurrection, described in this way, may seem almost a trivial action.
On the contrary, I would call it natural.
In the mists of time, some men have taken this action very seriously: resurrection is a matter of practice, worship and culture.
In ancient times the cult of Mithras (of oriental origins) generates more or less directly in the West the figure of Christ, who is the duplicate of the ‘Deus Sol Invictus’.
In the east, for example, in Hinduism, there is the idea of ’Mukti’ or the complete liberation of the human soul (atman) from the cycles of existence which occurs when it is finally ready to merge or dissolve entirely in the soul of the world ( Brahman).
The alchemical doctrine is the purest theory and practice of ‘transmutation’.
The Philosopher’s Stone is the symbol and image of mutation and resurrection.
The ‘Araba Fenice, always her.
The third question I have to answer is: why be resurrected?
The answer is: that it’s inevitably part of being and inseparable from it.
Getting out of bed in the morning is also a resurrection …
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