Answer from David Cassani:
Imagine three parallel lines going in the same direction. The left is the political kingdom of God, the centers is the heavenly Church, and the right line is the religious kingdom of God. All work toward eternal progression. The prophet President Nelson has stewardship for the Church. The Davidic servant has been called to proclaim the Political Kingdom and the path to the Heavenly Kingdom (Zion communities on earth) connected to an earthly community.
As first revealed in the 2000, the simple keys to understanding Kingdom of God within each of us, starts with emotionally being honest about our feelings, and specifically seven areas of emotional intelligence.
Then came the call a few months later to the Political Kingdom - to feed nations. Both of these are parallel (separate - yet in the same direction of eternal progression) works to the Church as spoken of in the two great commandments (Matt. 22:36-44)
Because the Church rejected or did not have the capacity to receive the fullness in Joseph's time, the Church has had to go through refining and trials (See Jacob 4:14-16) to get realigned. For example, issues as the blacks and the priesthood and how to manage issues as polygamy, or consecration verse the law of tithing.
Before we can progress we need to talk emotionally honest with one another and first "ourselves." and learn more about both the divine side or our nature, and the dark side of our nature, both built into us in coming to earth.
That is why Simple Living Centers or the Kingdom of God within each of us needed to come first.
Answer from Dr. Gileadi:
One is head of the church; the other restores the kingdom to Israel. (of which I would add- the Political Kingdom and Kingdom of God within each of us.)
Dr. Gileadi's answer—God’s servants who act as deliverers of his people at the time God restores Israel from exile to promised lands.
David Cassani's experience: As we cleanse ourselves or feel honestly what comes up within our soul, we start to discern on of two emotional-spiritual realities. First, our own guilt and emotional pain that comes with an understanding of what we have done wrong. When then repent and can move forward to more light and truth. Next, we may experience emotional pains that are NOT attached to experiences we are aware of. These may be generational pains passed to us.
Through experience I have found, we can choose to block such pains or cover them with addictive substances, or we can go to them and trust God will help us with them. As we cleanse pains passed to use from ancestors, we in a small way, learn of the Saviors role on taking upon himself the pains of our sins. Words do not adequately describe this experience, but one guiding principle is to learn to be totally emotionally honest with our feelings. I believe this is a gift many in the gay and lesbian community bring to our world, and both the Church and community need these examples of those emotionally honest that are finding their path or progression.
Dr. Gileadi Definition: Jehovah’s role of spiritual Savior and the role of temporal saviors assumed by God’s end-time servant and his associates.
David Cassani's definition: See above. I would add, as we allow ourselves to receive revelation for the very living foods we eat, we find ourselves on a path of both personal, and generational healing, a great hidden treasure.
Dr. Gileadi: The mark of which I’m speaking is one a growing number of scripture enthusiasts are looking beyond in their attempts to go directly to the end goal of becoming one of the 144,000 servants of God.
David Cassani: God will call these personally.
Dr. Gileadi: There comes a time in life when you have to take stock and ask yourself whether you are, in fact, doing what you came to do in this world. We read scriptures that speak of heroes and heroines who valiantly served God and accomplished miracles that saved much of humanity. Maybe they didn’t do so at first, but when they awoke to a sense of who they were, they set about serving God to their utmost without the need to look back. We too seldom come to an awakening of who we are all at once because we often don’t see ourselves as anyone special, and because heaven withholds its gifts from us until we finally conform our lives to God’s will. But because we have implanted in us his divine gene, we are no less capable of being recreated into something like a god—magnificent and powerful—able to transform the world as did those illustrious forebears. Thus it is with the endtime kings and queens of the Gentiles whom Isaiah predicts are to restore the house of Israel:
"I will lift up my hand to the Gentiles, raise my ensign to the peoples, and they will bring your sons in their bosoms and carry your daughters on their shoulders. Kings will be your foster fathers and queens your nursing mothers" (Isaiah 49:22–23). It is as if this passage from Isaiah acts as a lifeline Book of Mormon prophets hold on to, knowing that God made provision from the beginning for those endtime Gentile kings and queens to save their descendants from their lost and fallen and scattered state. For that reason, Book of Mormon prophets refer back to this passage again and again, as if to inspire those same kings and queens of the Gentiles who read the Book of Mormon to wake up and perform their saving role to the house of Israel. That role, however, has little to do with non-Israelites but everything to do with Israel’s birthright tribe of Ephraim whose ancestors assimilated into the Gentiles and became "identified with the Gentiles" (Doctrine & Covenants 109:60).
David Cassani: The website describes the role of mothers in starting in their homes with a new language of emotional spiritual honestly- with agency based education. The first page of the website reviews the 17 points on the hand "curriculum" for this. The "Queen" types, which may be a Mr. Mom type as myself, (a father in the role of feeding the family) then work to help "King" types to heal and become all they can become in creating Simple Living Centers in our homes, neighborhoods and communities. In doing this we learn how the body and use of authority relate to one another.
What was the Kingdom of God Jesus Spoke of to seek first? The Church, the Church of the Firstborn, the Political Kingdom of the Kingdom within or Simple Living Centers within us?
The seven centers are found in the two great commandments and all major religions in one form or another. We can learn to live in the "present" or some say divine Presence and receive all we need as we surrender to receiving wholehearted love from God , and choosing a path to the highest good. Council workshops are an hour each week or hold them with others and share with us what you are learning..., together we learn and share a path reaching toward complete integrity within as we learn together and explore how each center of life works in wondrous individual ways. These are typically simplified into one of three emotional - spiritual states. 1. Peace or centeredness- 2. fear or some form of anger and stress. 3. Numb, or depressed emotions that cause us to feel weakened.
Spiritual-emotional connections between our bodies and spirits. The Kingdom within, seeking to be parallel to your simple religious beliefs and parallel to inspired community efforts. A fulness of life. As life tests us in each of these areas, we come to discover our work or purpose in life. To discover the unique work we each have.
This is not a work that we "Plan" can carry out like some factory order, but work we each receive in our own way and own time. Perhaps the opposite of Simple Living Centers would be words like "dust" unconsciousness, or "group thinking." Here is a film a student in Taiwan shared with me on Group Think. For high school age children. Click here. The WAVE
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Through everyday life we are in one of these three states each moment. We can learn to seek to let peace and learning truth guide us. To find inner peace we can explore - receiving what comes and changing our views or language, using the power we find in quiet contemplation. Our temples are within. Simple Living Centers are intended to have rooms for quiet reflection and inner learning. Start by creating such a room in your home. The home is perhaps the most underutilized center for learning in our world. We can create a new generation of homes of life, learning and love that we receive for one another. We can expand these for neighborhoods.
Are we in anger or fear?Learn to listen within, and be guided to new views of life. Our ancestors and the universe can assist us, as we clear unhealthy patterns of the past, and past generations, and create a healthy life and future for our children.
Learning to listen within to the living centers within you is a great experience in life, in fact a key to health and life. Listen for questions you may need to ask yourself. As you learn your lessons in life, you receive more and more light and truth. All that you need comes to you to fulfill your work on the earth.
When we are not at peace and in one of these other states - we may often fall into forms of addictions - to processed foods, over work, excessive health efforts, or whatever.
Peace and humility bring a balance we can not create on our own. Our language and emotions can open a new way to see everything we experience and read.
What does guided by inner peace mean to you? We can be fooled at times, but with a full understanding and more sure guidance in councils, we can find inner peace. This is both a process for families, for neighborhoods, work settings or political settings. The process works - when we all discover inner peace and use our integrity within to get there in the right time. Be patient, there is a reason for the timing of all things.
Complete integrity with being more aware of emotions and emotional family history can guide us to learning and life. Learn how to teach these principles with the hand. Are we learning the lessons of life? Are we open to receive what we need.
The Samaritan woman at the well.
In Christianity, the hexagram is the Creator's Star or Star of Creation. Its six points stand for the six days of creation, and are also represent the six attributes of God: power, wisdom, majesty, love, mercy and justice.
The hexagram appears in Hindu, Buddhist and Jain art, symbolizing concepts such as creation, balance, and the cosmos.
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