We have already mentioned that to say, let there be light. A vision or thought of light must have preceded the verbal command. The command here is, “You shall not eat.” Therefore, the thought of man eating was already present in God’s mind. The idea of whether God foresaw man’s behavior or His thought created the outcome will not be debated here; however, the negative statement of not eating created the result. The point for us is that to suggest not to drink beer or not to eat sweets has a vision of doing the very act we wish not to do. Our subconscious interrupts the vision or thought as a behavior to be conducted.

Jesus said, “You will know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes from thorn bushes or figs from thistles? Even so, every good tree bears good fruit, but a bad tree bears bad fruit. A good tree cannot bear bad fruit, nor can a bad tree bear good fruit.” Matthew 7:16-18 (Akjv)

In verse 20, He said, “Therefore by their fruits you will know them.” The reference is of the two trees in the Garden of Eden. One tree bears good fruit, life and Oneness, and the other bad fruit, separation and death. As I have already stated, the Law of Manifestation applies to both trees. The Law of Manifestation as it applies to the Tree of Life has but one highway: the intention of infinite intelligence, universal consciousness, divine design, or the will of God. Jesus instructed us, “Seek ye first the Kingdom of God,” (Matthew 6:33, Kjb) and if we do so, we would discover that, “My yoke is easy and my burden is light”

(Matthew 10:30, Kjb).

Following the Father’s suggestion, spoken by Jesus, paths to self-destruction would cease. Streets that lead to nowhere would disappear. Roads filled with long hours and hard work would end. Avenues with forced visualizations would terminate; there would be only one highway leading directly to our destination without obstacles, stop signs, traffic jams, accidents, detours, breakdowns, and dead ends along the way.

There is only one Law of Manifestation with a myriad of possible choices to manifest. These choices of fruits are either of the Tree of Knowledge, man’s limited intelligence, or the subconscious mind of man or the Tree of Life, universal infinite intelligence, or superconscious mind of God. Addison O’Neill referred to this as spiritual consciousness, and Carl Jung called it universal consciousness. The Cabala provides us with ten different names for the same deity. The symbol that we care to use is a result of our conscious understanding of intellectual energy force. Call it what you like, but remember that our personal perception of it is by no means how it perceives itself. I prefer the name or title that Jesus Christ used, for he made the relationship far more personal than any scientific psychological term or the name of some all-powerful being. He is simply called It, Father. I, for one, believe and experience that intelligence capable of creating a universe and all the creatures within it would prefer Father or Mother.

As I just mentioned themes can be manifested and be fruitful from either tree. This material deals with discovering and living a personal theme based on the Tree of Life, keeping in mind that the Law of Manifestation applies either way. It is my hope that you will select the higher path. Therefore, in discerning a theme, one must first, “Be still and know that I am God” (Psalm 46:10, niv). To be still would imply the quieting of the conscious mind. In order for us to hear the small voice, that of the super consciousness, one must meditate.

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