Exhumator Esoterics

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The Holy Spirit's Interpretation of 1 Corinthians
Exhumator Esoterics
Exhumator Esoterics

(v 15 - 18) Listen to Me. You are not what you think you are. You are not the image that you defend as yourself. This is why 1 ask you to become a willing empty shell. A willing empty shell has chosen to put aside listening to the voice that has filled it. A willing empty shell has chosen to let go of beliefs it has taken as it has listened to this mistaken voice. A willing empty shell has decided to clear itself of all mistakes and every grain that has been based on mistake, that it may be open and clear to receive the fullness of its truth.

(v 19 - 23) Clear the thoughts that are in your mind by being willing to let go of all of them. Do not fear that some thoughts are true, and upon your own judgment, must be held onto. For the one who judges is the mistaken voice. Therefore, let go of everything, that you may be free of it all. Maintain only the casing, which is trust. When you have emptied, holding onto nothing but your trust, you shall be filled again, and nothing that is true shall be lost.

(v 24 - 27) Give it your all, Give all of your thought and all of your action to the purpose of emptying your shell fully. This is how you will know your reward, which is the truth of who you are. Your truth is more beautiful and more precious to you than you imagine now. Let go of all fear that says it is not. Give everything to emptying your shell. In this way, you give everything to you. Amen.

NTI 1 Corinthians, Chapter 10

(v 1 - 10) There is no right and there is no wrong. There is no right thing to do and there is no mistake. Do not judge yourself on this criteria. Become as an empty shell, remembering that you do not know. If you will let go of judgment and give everything to Me, I will judge it for you. I will not judge it as good or bad or right or wrong. 'I will only judge it as true or untrue. Then you may choose if you want that which is true, or if you desire the untrue a little longer.

(v 11 - 13) Remember that an empty shell holds only to its casing, and that is trust. Remember what your true desire is, for you do know. Listen to your own Heart and choose what is given as true. What is not given, do not choose. In this way, you cease to think for yourself, and you become as an empty shell.

(v 14 - 17) We partake of one loaf. We drink of one cup. This is because we are one. When you choose to think the thoughts that are not Mine, you are not sharing in our thought with Me. When you do not share in our truth, you entertain yourself with illusion. This does not change our truth, but it does blind you to the truth. Are you ready to remove the blindfold you have given to yourself? Are you ready to become as Me and see?

(v 18 - 22) "You cannot serve two masters," means that you cannot believe illusory thoughts are true and know true thoughts as true also. True thoughts are always true, and illusory thoughts are not true, but illusory thoughts may be chosen as experience over thoughts that are true. If a false experience is your choice, a false experience is what you are given. But the carnival ride of falsity must end when you are ready to turn into the Light.

I am waiting for you to make the decision I know you will make. I am waiting for your signal, which is the empty shell. When you have given the signal to Me, I will know you are ready for the Light. You will not have to ask twice. The moment the signal is given, the Light shall be given also.

(v 23, 24) Everything is permissible, but not everything is beneficial. Yet, that which is not beneficial cannot hurt, because it cannot change the truth.

(v 25 - 30) Everything is permissible, but do you still seek that which is untrue? If your answer is "no," then why do you still go after it by partaking of illusory thoughts? That which you think is that which you experience. If you have tired of the experience that is untrue, stop feasting on its thoughts. Let them pass by without tasting them. In this way, you become an empty shell, free of the experience you no longer want.

(v 31 - 33) Keep what you truly want in your mind. Let true desire be your guide.