The conscious or consciousness is our knowing state, that of which we know, see and feel. The opposite of consciousness is unconsciousness. In an unconscious state one is comatose, unaware of their condition and do not know what is going on around them. Our conscience is held in our mind. Our mind is the hub of our Soul. Our soul is the vessel of our mind and holds all that we are.
The psychic realm is where we war against principalities and powers; we tear down speculative thinking, and hold our thoughts captive whether they are good thoughts or bad thoughts. This is where our thoughts become creative words and are executed coming into existence as a blessing or curse as we “Think within our heart”.
Divine Law is, “Whatsoever a man sows that shall he reap”! What goes up, must come down! What goes around comes around! These are all laws governed under the auspices of Divine Law.
Therefore, once we invoke law, because law does not have ability to discriminate our words, which was first a thought, Spirit receives our words executing them as we think and speak. Thus, “As a man thinks within his heart so is he”.
We must unify our thoughts with reality (spirit) according to the gifts given to us otherwise our mind, body and soul stays separated. Unity is imperative that we might live a good life so we may “Fight the good fight, keeping faith having a good conscious thought (mind-set) which some have rejected and suffered shipwreck in regard to their faith.”
Ideas and memories that are held within the mind are the basis of our consciousness. The nature, source or root of the ideas for which consciousness was formed reflects ones character.
One of the greatest thinkers of Philosophy, Rene Descartes, quoted one of my favorite sayings that had to be a divine revelation. Personally, I believe Descartes did not came to the full realization of, that is: “Cogito ergo sum—I think therefore I AM”.
Without spiritual consciousness we become fragmented our mind become dependent upon our carnal thoughts and the intellect. We began to operate in carnality of the mind versus the divine mind—our Christ mind.
We can know a thing, however until we know to incorporate the those divine thoughts received, we will become satisfied with carnal knowledge and carnal intellect. This carnality keeps us from incorporating thoughts and ideas into our memory (consciousness), thus limiting Spiritual growth. Therefore, we deceive ourselves with intellectual concepts and traditional teachings that imprison us in natural and physical concepts. This imprisonment locks us out of access to expression, reality and materialization of those things that are divine, which were given freely to us by Universal Divine Mind.
Flesh cannot enter into the heavenly or spiritual realm. Therefore receiving divine thoughts are contingent on coming into the realization of a divine mind-set and to receiving a divine mind.
We war against carnality, the intellect, the unregenerate beastly mind in man, the Adamic nature; the mind of antichrist, the flesh, traditions of men and false religious and historical teachings. These implements of carnality produce a conglomerate of negative forces that comes back upon us as we think.
Oh there are without a doubt dark forces. However, humans have conjured up demons and evil spirits as conditions of the mind or states of consciousness. These are the negativisms of which we should strive to overcome. We overcome anything of darkness through light; through the power of being restored back into the Image of the Creator as I AM.
The ‘heavenly places’ is that of the mind. We war against that ‘old man of sin’ within the unregenerate mind not a “devil”! We war against our own negative thoughts and the religious doctrine of devils, demons and a satan
(Originally written 14May2012 under the title Fight The Good Fight)
Apostle Rubie James