Finding Voice, Part Five: Reclaiming Revelation as Modern Reality

One of the great questions of biblical myth is how one can claim that there are five books of the Bible. "Isn't the Bible the word of God?" ask the masters. "And isn't the fifth book of biblical myth, Deuteronomy, actually comprised of the words of Moses, for does not the book begin, "These are the words which Moses spoke'"? The answer is clear: When Moses finds voice, finds vocation, then he hears God speaking through him. In the language of the myth masters, "The shechina"—divine presence—"speaks through the throat of Moses." The voice of God and the voice of Moses are one.

The artist, writer, creator, businessman, doctor, and gardener will all tell you that at the times when they feel merged with their calling, when they're no longer standing on the outside performing a task but standing on the inside, flowing with their action, something higher speaks through them. I know that when I teach often I get lost and I feel the words flowing by themselves, shaping and forming sentences almost magically before me. It is in these moments that we access our soul print and realize fully our unique voice in this world.

At those moments of actualized soul print, our words are the words of God. We have learned to speak the language of God.

6/29/2011 4:00:00 AM
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