19. The Paradise Trinity

You heard such statements in church or read in the Holy Scriptures, as you call them, that there is the Holy Trinity. And I am also being attributed to it. I do desire to tell you right away that I, known to you as Jesus of Nazareth, do not belong to the Paradise Trinity in that manner as to be its member. When you say in the name of God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, you keep in mind the Son in my person. I am not that Son from the Paradise Trinity.

You have just read my narrative about the Three Sources and Centers. It is THEY that make up the Paradise Trinity. You have confused me with that really only Son of God who has been directly created by God the Father himself. And his name might differ for in different parts of the creation these Three Sources and Centers are called by different names. One of the names by which The Second Source and Center is called is the Eternal Son. He is also called by such a name that means not only the Son of God but also God the Son.

In order for you to have a better understanding, I am going to give you a short explanation about the Paradise Trinity; what it is, so that you would not confuse me with the Eternal Son and would not consider me as The Second Person of the Paradise Trinity any more, even though I am very closely associated with him. But I shall tell you about this relationship a little bit later.

When The First Source and Center, as the Universal Father, The Second Source and Center, as the Eternal Son, and The Third Source and Center, as the Infinite Spirit, operate, and when they operate together as a collective body, in that case they operate as the Paradise Trinity. This is a similar minimal family, even as on your own world.

And your families might be, at the minimum, made up of three persons: the father, the mother, and the child. And if this family is a loving one then each member shall listen to each other’s requests and then decide what to do and how to do it. All its members shall speak out their mind. For example, how to spend a vacation that might be still in a distant future. However, each of them desires to spend it well, in a meaningful manner, maybe while traveling, maybe at the sea, maybe by a lake, or in the countryside. Each one entertains one’s own desires and goals. For the vacation they need money, certain clothing fitting the occasion, and even a theoretical knowledge as to what, and where, they might be doing at that time.

Thus, some time in the evening, the whole family gathers together at the common table to speak out their plans with love and sincerely what each member of the family would expect from the vacation. And then they begin to discuss whose designs and plans are such that they will be implemented by all of them. A common agreement is being born and one decision is made. Thus, in that case, each member of the family is striving to make his/her contribution, according to his/her understanding, to the best implementation of the decision made: one, or all, of them takes care of the funds, another one uses his/her organizer‘s skills and prepares, say, where and when to travel, where to make a stop for the night, how much it shall cost, what they can see during the trip, how to distribute the travel funds, and the like. Each of them is trying to implement the decision passed by the whole family, even though he/she alone is not that family. But even being alone, he/she has his/her relationship with the whole family, has his/her attitude to it. Maybe he/she has desired a different way of spending the vacation but now he/she agrees with the choice for it has been decided by all the family. His/her relationship with the family as with the smallest human group, or association, is based on love. Therefore he/she is contributing to this joint family decision willingly and enthusiastically. Maybe next year the family will support his/her plan. In this case the other members of the family shall contribute to its implementation also willingly the way he/she is doing it now.

It happens this way in a loving family. If the family experiences a deficit of love, common decisions are not that easy to make. It is more difficult to concede the implementation of such decisions. Therefore, each member has his/her personal relationship with the whole family. It might be based on love for one member of the family and coolness for another, or it might be based on a uniform love for all the family members, or even on hatred for some member.

Therefore, each member of the family has his/her attitudes to the family as the whole as well as to its separate members.