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What if God, made man perfect? That is, humans were perfect and their bodies functioned correctly as long as they were not disturbed by any outside influences. Then to challenge this scenario, what if He allowed humans to influence their bodies' function. They could influence it for good, but if they didn't know what they were doing, they could also influence it for bad. Then with awareness of their bodies and influential powers, they would be as gods able to discern good and evil. These influencing powers were feelings. Good feelings would make healthy bodies with happy experiences and bad feelings would produce sick bodies with unhappy experiences. Then, what if God created a way to bring back bodies that got out of sync, to perfection? Then, when back to perfection, they would not get angry if others did not want the same joyful experiences, or even healing of their bodies in such a strange way. They could just be content. Life is not a 'what if' story; it is a 'what is' reality. Because God created humans perfect i.e. exactly in his image and mirroring himself, He would not want this treasure undervalued. At creation, it was perfectly safe for God to put his image into the world, but as man denigrated it, it would be a risk to not protect his image. To make sure this treasure would not be harmed, He would hide this 'what is' story. Would that be where anyone could find it? Or would He hide it where one had to pay something to have it? So, God hid it inside human babies. They had huge amounts of humility and willingness with which to pay for this treasure when it was taken from them. When they were hungry, cold, or unclean, they were willing enough to cry and ask for their mother's touch. She was God to them. When they felt fulfilled and satisfied, they took it to mean they were one with her. There was no difference between physical sensing and emotional feeling. They did not know that emotions were a human being's way to experience spirituality. They would say thank you for this regained treasure by simply giving a smile, a giggle, a thrust of a body part or a combination of all three. From the get-go, babies are one up on the rest of us, because they know how to use it not only to feel happy themselves, but to spread the good feelings of spiritual realignment, around a bit. They are one with their mother. Of course because they are babies, they cannot mentally put this 'what is' story together. Then, because being a baby is just a stage of treasure finding, they grow up out of this. They grow into another stage of life where they can use their minds to reason. They are capable of understanding that human experiential mirroring, is an archetype of a spiritual relationship with God. This feeling one with God on a continual basis disappears because the humility and willingness to bend was replaced by mental force. They could now think and choose how to manipulate and re-arrange the parameters making up experience to get back the treasure. This was cheaper than humility and willingness. It was just a way of resisting the flow of God from the 'what-is' story. Jesus and his heavenly Father enjoyed the baby way of union apart from the five senses. When tempted to resist, Christ knew the path back to spiritual unity. Humbling himself through tears released resistance so that joy, peace, and perfection returned. It is the born again experience. And it directly dovetails into forgiveness which translates into peace, joy, and physical restoration. To Be A Child Again discusses all these things. We can use the power of emotions in experiential mirroring, to realign us spiritually. Like babies, who feel spiritually united with their mothers as if she were God through fulfilling five sense needs, we adults can feel the love of God through our mirrored behavior both with people and bodily functions. That is the way God intended it.

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