No.16: Girls and Horses

16. GIRLS AND HORSES:

JOY!




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16.   GIRLS AND HORSES: JOY!

Two young girls, both wearing red dresses, are riding horses across a grassy field studded with wildflowers. One girl, astride a white horse, has blissfully molded herself to her mount, and her white hair mingles with his white mane. The other girl rides a brown horse and holds aloft a bright bouquet of flowers, the petals of which scatter in her wake and are bursting into flame before they reach the ground. In the background is a country church with a golden spire.

Complete balance of the physical and spiritual has been achieved. In the past, many religions taught that mortification of the flesh was the royal road to spirituality. Perhaps for some people that is still true, but in general this seems only to lead to mortified flesh.

The physical and spiritual planes have to be integrated; once this occurs, incredible freedom and joy are experienced. From this point, the "spiritization of matter" can begin, which is a process that actually re-creates the physical body. [SOLD]

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