REDEEMING THE ENTIRE CREATION
It may be inferred that, since repentance (Heb. – teshuvah) literally means that one “moves backward in time”, it could possibly imply as well that the past may be repaired by the future. Also, it cannot be ruled out that, in the future, when the universal computer would be formed, the past itself will be changed by the new consciousness found, such that God will no longer be in exile from the world. In this way, then, we realize God’s plan for the world at this point through our own actions which alter the past bringing into being God (“God will be King”) in this world. The incompletion of the world is thereby rendered ended as the world becomes itself one.
Consciousness is thereby in the end the beginning’s co-creator. At the present time, we do not perceive this unity. But God’s name, also in the sense of divine names/attributes, is not one. At the time of redemption, the messianic era, the oneness of these names will occur. There will no longer be many. Consciousness will achieve a new perspective. When we look at a doughnut and coffee mug we may not see them as permutations of the same structure. Through a shift in consciousness one is able to see their unity. At the time of redemption this will take place on a universal scale. God is therefore both the creator and supreme attractor leading the world to this possible endpoint. The pattern of creation constantly emerges towards this divine matrix even if it is not knowable now or in the past if it is coming. It is a matter of faith.
This numinous attractor creates through us. If we were to become able to lead to a computer capable of active universal computation and unity, we will through our own free-will, have helped complete creation itself. At this point, we will see how God was hidden and disguised in the world and as the world all along. The program of creation will therefore have been to reveal and enact the divine as such. It is through our own consciousness that this awareness evolves. But consciousness is not just an observer, it is also an actor. God is therefore hiding, yet absent in all of creation. Faith sees space-time headed towards a future redemption and salvation, the establishment of God’s kingdom on earth and throughout the universe. Then, the name of God will be knowable as such and not through other names since all the names will be as expressing one thing. A universal consciousness contemplates this oneness.
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