I resonate with the “Mother Earth” story now far more than the “Not of this world” myth. We are born of this world, we are part of it, not separate from. It is not a place to escape from but to take care of and treat well. Like a mother. She has born us and given us everything we need to grow and survive. The divine feminine in rocks and trees and soil and sky. And we have abused her, our mother.


@BCGregory6615 I agree with this but I actually understand this phrase differently. For me when I hear "not of this world", the term "this world" refers to the collective ego-driven mindset that keeps us separate from the divine, from others and from the spirit of the earth. Some people describe this as the 3D plane. This is a lower frequency plane than the 5D, which I also like to think of as heaven, is where we exist in pure unconditional love and compassion.

@BCGregory6615 I think that is what Jesus calls us into. I do see how the phrase has been used to encourage Christians to separate themselves from others non-Christians and from this literal planet, so I see why you'd want to get away from it.

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