communicates in myriad thril-ling ways which may challenge my divine
At the University of Healing I do not see or hear news from television
or newspapers. How-ever, world news is well displayed on the internet.
Some-times it also sneaks into my awareness by well-meant e-mails.
Yesterday I opened an attention-grabbing e-mail message from one of our
UNI students in Florida. It was for me a gratifying wakeup call.
The article spoke of the terrorists who flew into the World Trade Center
believing that there is a GREATER RE-WARD waiting for them in heaven.
Their action on their religious belief was conscientiously trained into
them since childhood. It is their integrity. How easily I fall into the
trap of judging their actions blaming their relative deeds as unlawful
The grand Master taught to judge not and he who is without sin may throw
the first stone.
Where am I standing in consciousness relative to those two lessons?
My father, not even 20, left as the youngest of ten brothers into the
First World War. His pride and his integrity were to stand up for his
Fatherland, for Germany. He left home as a volunteer to follow his honor
to God and his country—educational religious directions. With him were
many young men, some married, ready to give their life for their
country. This keenness and devotion of brave men happens around the
world especially when there is a political, religious, financial
conflict between nations. Heroic men stand up to prove their valiant
actions. Mostly it reflects their righteousness based on justice and
morality. Sure, they go out believing that it is for a valuable purpose,
for their religious heaven. They clash for their nation, their country,
for their tribes as this is a normal human action and they think
they are doing well.
As a divine-human being my ethical belief, my integrity is tested in
As an American citizen—for instance—I am called to be a witness in
judicial trials. I am put on jury duty to judge someone accused guilty
or innocent based on second-hand human re-ports often falsely presented
for political, religious or even personal reasons. My religious belief
withdraws me from those duties. I have my principles and stand up for
them, being nonjudgmental and unconditional. My real duty is my thought
focused on peace which I affirm as perfect right action in whatever I am
involved, physically, mentally or spiritually.
I jog my earthly path in the divine foot steps of my pure consciousness
listening to the divine within. Jesus said: the kingdom of god is
within. He demonstrated his words through examples spending time
alone in the desert and the mountains to pray and meditate.
My true heroic action stands behind who and what I am. Daily I give
myself opportunities to follow my inner belief. Any phone call from
students, friends or family members is a wake up call to my realself. I
live as a practitioner. I see my world in divine order as I live from my
awareness that I AM GOD, GOD I AM—and I am the creator of a wonderful
It is time for me to let go the blasphemed traditional, human, limiting
ideas that I am less than god. Already in my early traditional religious
teachings I learned that god is unlimited, omniscient, omnipresent and
omnipotent. I stand up for my belief and accept myself as the totality
of god. Now is the acceptable time!
I know my priority as a DIVINE being I fulfill all human tasks. In this
light I see every being on Earth illumined in the awareness of being
god, being good and very good. Every task I create to be asked to do,
reflects my purity in consciousness.
The e-mail letter concluded with the following sentence: we should
all pray hard and fast that God change the hearts of the terrorists.
I conclude my article knowing all the world sees harmony, peace, right
action and love and I say: I am god, all is god and all is in divine
order--what I see I am. I wake up.
-Dr Ellen Jermini