Who is “chosen” in relation to Divine communion?

Not a religion, a religious group, nor an individual seeker, not an elect nor a mass collective. Not a prophet, not a race, not a teacher, not a student.

The chosen is not a “who”, but a “when”.

The chosen is temporal, when we write it down: it is “now”. The chosen is a moment of thought.

The chosen moment is nothing that can be generalised – but it is encountered everywhere, in every thought, by every thought.

Because every thought you think is a line of Love from the Eternal Mind into you, now, at this chosen moment.


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