Chapter 1 - Earth 1 = failure
This is the continuing blog about the book I Am Adam by J.T.Twerell. For a copy of the book contact Click here.
Domatarious's eternal side-kick shows up early in the book. Satari is the feminine side of the creative process, demonstrating a greater expression of sensitivity and feeling. In any creative process, in order to express perfection, it is necessary to have the masculine and feminine in harmony. This concept is an integral part of the development of the new Adam's.
Satari brings Domatarious up to date about the failure of the first creation to move beyond self preservation, the root of all animal instinct. She explains that the new creation never got out of their shadow and thus missed the power of light. Shadow is at the core of our human problems, as it is a reflection of the insecurity of our ego. The ego is an evaluative part of the human experience that analyses data and provides insight based upon past experience. If I was bitten by a dog when I was a child, I will have a negative ego reaction to dogs as an adult, for that is my data base. If I want to get over this fear, then I have to consciously offset the voice of the ego. It is like spell-check on a computer, if I spell "jenk" on my computer, it flashes red, indicating it is misspelled. If "jenk" is a word I want to use, I have to change the data in my computer's spell-check so the word will not be flagged.
Satari explains that the original creation never got into a place where they could go beyond ego and enter into light, which is a spiritual place of truth and understanding is not limited by three dimensional experience. Dr. Wayne Dyer states that EGO stands for Edging God Out. I think that is a good place to begin understanding of the Adam creation. Light = Putting God In. Shadow = Edging God Out.
What are your experiences with ego understanding vs. spiritual insight? Place a comment on the page below or email me at JTTwerell@JTTwerell.com. Let's talk about this together and see what harmony we can find in our diversity. You can also join us at our blog Relationships and Romance: Some continuing thoughts.