Title: The Last Prophet... The Revelation of the Seventh Seal.

Author: Ernesto Rosati Beristáin.

What is the Apocalypse? Is it just an exciting tale or a truth that can transform our reality? How can we understand biblical prophecies and their impact on our lives?

In "The Last Prophet... The Revelation of the Seventh Seal," the character explores the meaning of passages from the book Revelations of 6 to 10 and shows us how biblical prophecies are being fulfilled in our times. Through his profound understanding of the divine mystery, the author guides us on a spiritual journey towards understanding the nature of God and our true selves.

As the revelation of the seventh seal is unleashed, a spiritual war begins in which the beast finally submits to the will of God. The character shows us how we can find light and truth in the midst of darkness and overcome our own sinful nature.

With clear and moving prose, "The Last Prophet... The Revelation of the Seventh Seal" is an essential book for those seeking to understand biblical prophecies and their impact on our lives. If you are looking for spiritual guidance to navigate the difficult times we live in, this book is for you.

This book is a fantastic novel. If you don't believe in God, you can read it as science fiction, and the character is sublime. If you believe in God, but don't believe that this novel is a revelation, it is also a self-help book that invites you to become aware and seek harmony with yourself and the world.

For the author, this is a novel, as he himself says that if for some reason you find truth and life in these words, then it is not he, but God who is speaking. The messenger doesn't matter; what matters is the message.

If you are looking for a novel that will make you reflect and take you on a spiritual journey towards understanding yourself and the world around you, "This book" is an excellent choice. With an immersive story and a fascinating plot, this novel will take you on a journey of self-discovery and spiritual growth.

The Last Prophet...

The Revelation of the Seventh Seal.

Written by Ernesto Rosati Beristáin. All rights reserved: 03-2008-080511464200-01

God's plan for salvation is the same from the beginning and has not changed. But for what is written to be fulfilled, it is necessary for the mystery of God to be revealed and what has been prophesied in the Book of Revelation to be fulfilled. For that to happen, you have to understand that it is not a suggestive and exciting story, but a truth that truly transforms our reality and gives meaning to our lives.

Jesus opened the doors of knowing God by revealing his nature to us, so that we could know him as he is. The revelation we received was the key that unleashed a series of new revelations, which, thanks to the use of our intelligence, allowed us to unravel the seals that are mentioned throughout the Apocalypse. Delving deeper into the meaning of these revelations, we have discovered something terrifying: our own earthly nature has revealed itself as the beast. But despite the apparent darkness of this truth, we are also given the opportunity to awaken a new awareness and find a way to overcome our sinful nature, thus finding light and truth in the midst of darkness.

However, the revelation of the seventh seal is yet to be made known, which only God can unleash, so that the divine mystery is revealed and a spiritual warfare is unleashed in which the beast finally submits to God's will.

Many regrets have passed, but there are still many woes to be heard. The seventh seal has already been broken and God's revelation is underway. Consequently, Revelation passages 6 through 10 refer to these events.

Revelation 6:

Jesus, the very personification of purity and holiness, opened the first of the seals and gave us access to a part of the revelation of the mystery of God. The truth that emerged by breaking this seal was so powerful that those who understood his life and his glory could not resist his call and surrendered at his feet. The truth of Jesus is so transformative that it changed the world, showing us that God can reign in us and this truth came out winning and to win

But by opening the second seal, it was revealed that the soul resists the truth. Greed and wickedness were shown, because the truth also undresses man in his passions and disorderly desires, so that fear became impudence, Power was given to them to take peace from the earth, and to kill one another; and he was given a great sword.

By breaking the third seal, it was revealed that evil had taken root in their human relationships. In the midst of this darkness, the church must maintain its traditions and celebrations to prevail.

The fourth seal revealed that our hearts are being prepared by God, showing us the reality of our hopelessness in a spiritual warfare in which truth, love, and mercy are trampled on by greed and wickedness.

The fifth seal revealed that those who witnessed justice with their lives and works continue to cry out to God for us. The time has come when his mystery is being revealed and his work will be completed.

The sixth seal revealed that all the pillars of our civilization will be shaken and everywhere the soul of the risen Christ will be seen, revealing the truth about human misery, greed and wickedness of those who live for their mortal bodies and their vanity. But the day will come when, upon understanding, they will look in the mirror and hide so as not to see their shame and humiliation.

Revelation 7:

Then it is the time to erect those who are going to share the ultimate truth revealing the mystery of God to the nations. One hundred and forty-four thousand will share the truth and life.

Then, behold, a great multitude from all nations, tribes, peoples, and languages, standing before the throne and in the presence of Jesus Christ. Saints who hold truth and justice in their hands, crying out with a loud voice: "Salvation belongs to our God."

This crowd is made up of those who have come out of the great tribulation and have washed their clothes with the blood of the lamb, clothing themselves with love, mercy and truth, in the hope of eternal life.

Revelation 8 and 9:

It is then, when the harvest is ready, the seventh seal is being opened and the mystery of God is being completed. Before this revelation, there will be a silence of voices that defended their ignorance, greed and evil. Out of respect or fear, like at a funeral.

Now, in the midst of tribulation, those who understand have arguments to be heard everywhere. The testimonies and works of true believers become relevant as they are an example of life, patience, love and mercy. They are works of justice that resonate in peoples and nations. This is how testimonies arise that defend justice and truth, even though they are attacked with falsehoods. It is God who raises their heads so that the chosen people have the example and repent of their wickedness.

The trumpets sound inviting to repentance. The signs today as never before reveal reality. A third of the world has been able to verify the hail, the fire mixed with blood, the great burning mountain rushing into the sea, the water turned into blood, the ships destroyed.

 God becomes evident when we understand that in order for us to materialize, we need to be observed. Quantum physics shows that consciousness creates reality, giving shape to matter, as when observing the electron, it ceases to be a possibility, to become something. We are being watched.

The beliefs of nothingness and chance lose support and the third part becomes aware of a greater reality that does not fit in their imagination. A part of what we are that was asleep has been awakened, as if dead in the understanding. A third of our conscience begins to ache in our souls.

The truth of the spirit is like a key to the bottomless pit. By wanting to understand it, we can only feel pain and meaninglessness. It is like a poison for those who have not yet understood or repented of what torments them. In these days, many will long to die, but death will flee from them.

The sixth trumpet obliges the two hundred million who understand the need for God, to prayer fully publish the hope of the resurrection of the dead. Even so, many did not repent of the work of their hands or leave their idols. They did not repent of their murders, nor of their sorceries, nor of their fornication, nor of their thefts.

Therefore, despite all the signs and testimonies of life, the revelation of the mystery of God is lacking.

Revelation 10:

Then the sign of Jesus Christ will appear in heaven, at his second coming; and then all the tribes of the earth will mourn, and they will see Jesus Christ coming on the clouds of heaven, with power and great glory. And he will send his angels with a loud trumpet call, and they will gather his elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other.

And he swore by him who lives forever and ever, who created the heaven and the things that are in it, the earth and the things that are in it, and the sea and the things that are in it, that the time would be no more. Instead, in the days of the seventh angel, when he begins to blow his trumpet, the mystery of God will be finished, as he announced to his servants the prophets.

The voice that I heard from heaven spoke again and said: "Go and take the little scroll that is open in the hand of the angel who is standing on the sea and on the earth. Take it and eat it; in your mouth it will be sweet as honey.”, but will embitter your belly. For you must prophesy again about many peoples, nations, languages, and kings." He who has ears, let him hear.

The Spiritual Universe

The essence of things is still being revealed, since what has been discovered about the Universe has to do only with what is apparent.

What we know with certainty and without a doubt is what we really are. What we know is the foundation of the principles that govern our way of living life, both individually and as a society. These principles are applied in conduct and are the source of our purposes, goals and ideals. If what we think we know is based on assumptions, we do not know it with certainty, since it is only an image that we imagine in our minds and is not part of our reality.

If we do not know all the parts that make us up as human beings, we will not be able to understand the causes and effects that influence our behavior. If our conduct does not consider the spirit as part of our being, we will only understand the existence of the works regardless of the essence of the acts, since we only look at what our eyes can see. If we do not understand that love, peace and joy are values ​​existing in our essence, we will not be able to include them in our scale of values.

If we are unaware of the Spirit, which is the source of our emotions, and instead sacrifice them for superficial appearances that are only visible to our eyes, we are essentially filling our lives with meaninglessness. This is akin to drunkenness, which offers temporary escape from reality but eventually leads us back to the harsh truths of our existence.

Philosophy should lead us to the root cause of problems and provide solutions that address their underlying origins. This would be possible if we recognized that we are not only physical beings, but also spiritual ones. The spirit is the essence that imbues matter with meaning and rationality. It is not a tangible form or concept, but rather the source of our existence.

But what is the spirit?

To understand the importance of knowing the spirit, it is necessary to examine the philosophical context of human existence and the problems that arise from ignorance of the spirit. For example, over 2,500 years ago in ancient Greece, two of Socrates' disciples defined the nature of man in a particular way:

According to Plato, man is comprised of both body and soul. He believed that the soul is the transcendent aspect of human existence and that developing its capacities to their fullest potential is humanity's ultimate purpose. He famously declared that "intelligence is the supreme good of man," leading to the development of methods for quantifying intelligence and categorizing individuals based on their ability to acquire and apply knowledge. While this theory is still influential today, it has some problematic consequences. Prioritizing the soul above all else can lead to selfishness, vainglory, racism, and poor decision-making. It can also create a hierarchy of human value that undermines the principle of equality. By relying solely on rationality, we create moral and ethical systems that are often used to impose thought rather than promote understanding. These systems lack universal principles and may not be equitable for all individuals. This is because the soul depends on knowledge to develop, and without a foundation of universal principles, it cannot sustain itself.

On the other hand, Aristotle saw man as a unified whole. The body and soul are the same substance, with the body serving as the form of the soul. The supreme good of man is achieved through the totality of its context, which includes both material goods and intelligence. Intelligence is seen as a means to achieve beauty, wealth, power, and fame, and this philosophy has given rise to the economic order that still governs today. It has also given rise to the theory of evolution, as matter by itself has intelligence and is organized in a way that, through natural selection, results in man. However, if the most precious asset of man is the body, which includes the soul, pleasure and material wealth will be sought, with the understanding that humanity's supremacy lies in them. This can lead to the same results as with Plato, but with the difference that in the pursuit of being better than others, moral and ethical principles can be trampled upon, as they are deemed dispensable in the struggle to attain more. This means that there is no good or bad, only pleasure and pain.

These two philosophical currents have not undergone changes and have founded the subsequent philosophical theses.

Today, there are new philosophical currents seeking to understand the human being through a more comprehensive and holistic approach, which considers the spirit as a fundamental dimension of human existence. This perspective has been developed thanks to the research and experience of various disciplines, including transpersonal psychology, cultural anthropology, and neuroscience.

Transpersonal psychology, for example, explores the spiritual dimension of human beings, studying experiences beyond the limits of the mind and body. This approach recognizes the importance of the spirit's development in the search for a full and harmonious life. It promotes practices such as meditation and connecting with nature as ways to enhance this dimension.

Cultural anthropology has discovered various spiritual practices and beliefs in different cultures around the world. This shows the significance of the spirit in people's lives and how it influences their way of thinking, feeling, and acting.

Neuroscience has also made significant advances in the study of the human brain, demonstrating that there are brain areas related to spirituality and transcendence. This supports the idea that the spirit is a real and tangible dimension of human existence.

In conclusion, understanding the spirit has become increasingly relevant in our current society. It allows us to have a more profound and complete vision of the human being, enabling us to better understand our internal processes, relationships with others, and our environment. Additionally, this understanding can help us find greater meaning and purpose in life, promoting greater harmony and well-being

The impact of the philosophy instilled in humanity is reflected in the way people perceive themselves and others, based on aspects such as skin color, economic resources, origin, education, and work activity. Despite these superficial differences, they are all motivated by the same egoism, influenced by one of the two Greek philosophical currents that have dominated human thought. Society values wealth, beauty, power, and fame, both for those who possess them and for those who crave them.

It is time for people to discover a part of themselves that is not based on material or reason, a part that does not promote the supremacy of any individual or group, but focuses on life and death, truth or lies, peace or anguish, good or evil. This part of us is not imaginary but real and can be known through personal experience. It is not subject to the limitations of time or space; it is eternal and gives us the freedom to make the right decisions if we recognize it, while its ignorance chains us to uncertainty, mistakes, vanity, pleasure, guilt, and loneliness.

Understanding this part of us would require a change in our behavior and our way of understanding life. The philosophy that has dominated our thinking has distorted our purposes, goals, and objectives. Instead of emphasizing intelligence and material goods, we should focus on our absolute essence, which allows us to have a clear conscience and experience true love, peace, and permanent joy, as well as goodness, gentleness, meekness, and temperance. These universal and absolute values must replace the superficial scale of values that we have adopted due to our ignorance of the spirit.

The first step for this change of perspective is to demonstrate the existence of our spirit as an essential part of our being. The soul, the spirit, and the body are three definable and verifiable parts that constitute us. For two thousand five hundred years, philosophy has taught us that we are body and soul, ignoring the existence of the spirit and confusing the majority. The soul and the spirit belong to different contexts, and we can verify their differences, which allows us to value the importance of the spirit in our lives. If we do not consider the spirit in our scale of values, our major premise will be the soul or the body, which will lead us to seek vain glory or even more vain pleasures and beauty. Instead, if we value the spirit, we can achieve true justice, perfect peace, and joy, which are the sources of happiness that we all long for.


The term 'Spiritual Universe' is a convention, although it could also be called the Spiritual Dimension or Spiritual Context. However, because it is absolute and not relative like the material universe, it is fundamentally different and not amenable to analysis in the same way. We can say that the universe is an expression of the Spirit, and thus the spiritual universe contains the reason and form of everything we know, or in other words, God, his concept, and his expression. Despite skepticism that has systematically denied the existence of the Creator, a scientific demonstration of God's existence is necessary to adequately substantiate this thesis.

The vision of man has often been framed by limited criteria, similar to a game where we must join four dots framed in a box with two straight lines. But by expanding our limits with a greater concept than just being body and soul, we can recognize the wonderful work that each of us is and the Spirit of God that each one potentially contains.

Throughout history, man has marveled at the secrets of the universe and the discoveries made possible by mathematics, geometry, physics, biology, and all the natural sciences. These breakthroughs were made by talented individuals who were in the right place at the right time to define and explain them. However, these discoverers were not inherently superior to anyone else, and having more talent or fortune does not change our destiny. To transcend this existence, we need to become aware of our entire being. The spirit can lead us to eternal life, and all that is needed is to discover the existence of the eternal and understand the principles that lead us to become aware of our entire Being.

Understanding the true meaning of the concepts discussed in this thesis is a challenge, as it requires questioning many value judgments that dictate our conduct. Without this understanding, we cannot exercise true free will, as true freedom comes from knowledge that gives us the security and freedom we seek. Ignorance is like blindness, and it leaves us at the mercy of those who base their behavior on assumptions, or at best, those who possess.

As we delve into the study of the spirit, we need to let go of preconceived notions and approach it with an open mind. The spirit cannot be confined to any particular religion or belief system. It transcends all of these and is universal in nature.

In order to understand the spirit, we must first recognize that it exists as a distinct entity within us. It is not simply an abstract concept or an ideal to strive for, but a real and tangible part of our being. By recognizing the spirit within us, we can begin to tap into its power and potential, and allow it to guide us towards a more fulfilling and meaningful existence.

At the same time, we must also recognize that the spirit exists beyond us, in the world around us. It is present in all things, from the tiniest particles to the vast expanse of the universe. By acknowledging the spirit in all things, we can begin to see the interconnectedness of all existence, and our place within the greater whole.

Ultimately, the study of the spirit is a journey of self-discovery and self-realization. It is a journey that requires us to be open to new ideas and experiences, and to let go of our limitations and preconceptions. By embracing the spirit within us and around us, we can begin to unlock our true potential and live a life of greater purpose and fulfillment.

To support a thesis on the nature of the spirit, we cannot rely on suppositions or conjectures. It is necessary to start from evidence to define not only what is spiritual, but also the totality of Being. Questioning the principles and essence of philosophy forces us to seek a deeper and more rigorous understanding based on observation and rigorous analysis of the phenomena that surround us.

The sensations are evident.

Sensations are the fundamental basis of this thesis, since they are universal and allow us to distinguish between the physical, the conceptual and the spiritual. We can divide them into three categories: physical sensations perceived through the senses, reflexive rational sensations that are emotions, and spiritual sensations intuited through feelings.

These sensations allow us to differentiate between the body, the soul and the spirit, and determine three levels of consciousness and reality. However, our mind often confuses emotions with feelings, and does not know how to distinguish between the soul and the spirit. It is necessary to correctly understand these concepts in order to understand the importance of the spirit in our lives.

The spirit is transcendent and immortal, but it can only be part of our reality and life if we are conscious and awake to it. Analyzing life considering the spirit in its proper context can revalue our principles and values. Knowing our own spirit can help us understand our destiny and purpose without dogmas or deceit.

In summary, the spiritual universe is an almost unexplored universe that contains heaven and hell, of which we are a part and is forming. It is important to know our own spirit to understand its role in our lives and in the universe in which we live.

The analysis and understanding of the spiritual universe not only allows us to know our destiny and purpose, but also to understand the true nature of the human being and the reality that surrounds us. Traditional science and philosophy have attempted to understand reality through observation and reason, but have ignored the spiritual dimension, leading to a limited and often misunderstanding of human nature and reality.

By exploring the spiritual universe, we can find answers to fundamental questions about human existence, such as why we are here, what our purposes are, what the meaning of life is, and how we can live in harmony with ourselves and the world around us. We can also discover the laws that govern the spiritual universe, which are as real and objective as the physical laws that govern the material world.

Ultimately, understanding the spiritual universe allows us to live a fuller, more satisfying, and meaningful life, and helps us connect with our true nature and purpose. By recognizing the importance of the spirit in our lives and in the reality that surrounds us, we can overcome the confusion and ignorance that prevent us from living in harmony and peace.



The concept of the human being has evolved throughout history, and different cultures and schools of thought have proposed various theories about what we are. As mentioned, the belief in the human being as body, soul, and spirit is found in the Bible and has been held by some philosophers and theologians over time. However, other schools of thought have adopted a more limited view of the human being, regarding it only as body and soul.

Currently, there are various disciplines and schools of thought that have broadened our understanding of the human being, considering us to be much more than a mere body and soul. For instance, psychology, neuroscience, and anthropology have provided new insights into the mind, consciousness, and the relationship between the body and mind. Similarly, philosophical currents such as existentialism, humanism, and phenomenology have introduced fresh perspectives on human existence and subjective experience.

In short, although the conception of the human being has evolved over time, and there are different theories in this regard, our current understanding of the human being is more comprehensive and complex, and is based on the integration of different disciplines and schools of thought.

Nevertheless, it's worth mentioning that throughout history, different philosophical and religious currents have proposed diverse conceptions of the nature of humanity and its relationship with the universe and the divine. For instance, the Vedanta philosophy in India posits that the human being is, in fact, the same divine essence that animates the entire universe, and that the separation between the individual and the divine is only apparent. In Buddhism, it is believed that the human being does not have a permanent and independent existence but is rather a temporary and transitory manifestation of the ultimate reality that is the void.

In existentialist philosophy, the importance of freedom and individual responsibility is emphasized, and the human being is considered a being condemned to freedom, i.e., one that is obliged to choose and assume the consequences of their decisions without being able to evade their responsibility. In modern psychology and neuroscience, the complexity of the human mind has been studied, and it has been suggested that the human being is a multidimensional being, in which biological, psychological, social, and cultural factors are integrated.

In conclusion, the conception of the nature of humanity is a complex and multifaceted subject, and it has been approached from different perspectives throughout history. Each philosophical and religious current has proposed its own definition, and in many cases, these definitions are complementary or even contradictory to one another. The important thing is to maintain an open and critical mind, and to be willing to question pre-established beliefs and concepts in search of a broader and deeper understanding of our existence. It is true that philosophy, not having an absolute and transcendent context, has been based on the conception of body and soul to explain human existence. However, it is important to note that there are philosophical currents that have sought to transcend this conception and have proposed a more comprehensive approach to existence, which includes both the material and the spiritual.

Furthermore, it is important to note that spiritual knowledge should not necessarily be seen as something opposite or separate from material and scientific knowledge. In fact, many philosophers and scientists have explored the relationship between science and spirituality and have proposed an integration of both perspectives to better understand the complexity of human existence.

Ultimately, the search for an eternal purpose and destiny in life is a central theme in philosophy and spirituality, and both disciplines can offer complementary tools and approaches to address these issues.

In short, without a spiritual foundation, human philosophy and anthropology cannot offer a complete answer to fundamental questions about human existence and its purpose. It is necessary to recognize that the true nature of man is found in his spiritual essence, and that this is the key to understanding his origin and destiny.

Therefore, it is important to seek spiritual knowledge that allows us to understand our true nature and purpose, and that guides us in our search for meaning and fulfillment in life. This spiritual knowledge cannot be found within the limits of reason and science but must be sought in personal experience and in connection with the source of all that exists.

In summary, to fully understand human existence, it is necessary to go beyond the mere material appearance and recognize the existence of a spiritual reality that grounds and gives meaning to everything we are and do. The search for spiritual knowledge is essential to finding purpose and meaning in life and living in peace and harmony with ourselves and the world around us.

According to this thesis, we are a combination of body, soul, and spirit, which allows us to understand our true nature and purpose. Unlike other theories, this thesis suggests that it is possible to transcend as individuals and achieve spiritual fulfillment.  


Starting from evidence is essential for obtaining certain knowledge. If we start from an assumption, it is by definition questionable. However, many of our beliefs about what we are and why we exist are based on vague and unfounded assumptions. This has led to many errors, since these assumptions are often alien to the evidence itself.

To have a certain and systematic knowledge about our existence as human beings, we must correctly define what we are. It is important to consider existence in an absolute context that allows us to understand the essence and experience of our existence.

While science has been based on physical experience, the spirit has not been defined as a separate context from the soul. This has led to the adoption of false premises such as "I think, therefore I am" or "Nothing is true or false." Furthermore, the lack of an absolute context has resulted in the relativization of concepts such as good and evil.

We must question these premises and correctly define the contexts of the soul, the spirit, and physical existence to have a certain knowledge about what we are. Existence does not originate from the self, but from another context that gives rise to all reason and work. Additionally, reality exists for everyone, while imagination is a personal act that represents different aspects of consciousness.

In summary, it is necessary to correctly define the contexts of existence to have certain and systematic knowledge about ourselves as human beings. A universal concept applies without exception to all that it implies. It is evident, and the proof lies within ourselves without a doubt. For example:

Evidence: I exist.

Consequence: I know that I exist.

Therefore, I do not need to prove my existence.

The explanation of our own existence has become complicated with theories that have led to forgetting the obvious and self-evident knowledge that does not require verification or questioning. In the eagerness to find answers through imagination, many have lost the ability to discern the simple and obvious "consciousness," which is the most valuable aspect of reason.

When it is said that the answers are within oneself, it does not mean that one has to dissect oneself or look for them in dreams. What it means is that from what we feel, we can discern our meaning, origin, and purpose because it is self-evident knowledge. Some may consider this an insult to the great sages of humanity who have tried to prove it scientifically, but they have only done so through appearances.

Humanity is currently facing an existential crisis because of the Aristotelian assertion that "only from the senses can certain knowledge be obtained." However, sensations are not limited to the senses alone but also include emotions and feelings. In the midst of billions of human beings who are unaware of their origin and destiny, it is necessary to recognize that ill-founded theories have led to serious errors in our ideas that attempt to explain our conception. Furthermore, these ill-founded ideas have much more serious consequences when applied in decision-making.

In our search to feel worthy, we have sacrificed our feelings for vanity, given up our peace, and acted out of greed and evil. In this way, we have become a plague full of evil and are doomed.

To clarify these concepts, we must return to basics and distinguish the origin of different phenomena according to the sensations. Depending on the context in which they develop, we will feel differently and can divide them into three types: those that we perceive with the senses of physical phenomena, those that we discern from concepts that are rational phenomena or emotions, and those that we intuit with feelings, which are spiritual phenomena. These senses, emotions, and feelings make up the universe of sensations that we can know. If we can distinguish these evidences, we can also discover the principles that govern different contexts.

Know yourself

In order to answer the question "what are we?", we must start with the reality of our existence, which is self-evident even if it cannot be fully explained.

Throughout our lives, we have encountered various customs, traditions, and cultures in our search for truth about humanity. Sociological, psychological, and other scientific studies aim to solve the mysteries of our species, only to discover that what unites us as human beings is not our skin color, language, traditions, or religion. Instead, it is the simplest and deepest connections that bind us together. Physically, mentally, and spiritually, we are essentially the same, because we all experience the same senses, emotions, and feelings. These are the universal languages that identify and connect us.

It is important to clarify that the term "feelings" is used here to refer to an entity similar to the senses, rather than to a particular sensitivity to emotions. Like the senses, feelings are intuitions from the spirit that have been left without a reasonable explanation in many respects. This is because we have not been successful in understanding what feelings are, and therefore have not been able to accurately explain everything about ourselves, nor why we exist or what our purpose is.

The Sensations

Discernment is the tool that allows us to distinguish between emotions and feelings, as both are sensations that enable us to understand ourselves and differentiate between the physical, rational, and spiritual. While the five senses form the basis of our physical perception, helping us identify and communicate our experiences, they cannot entirely explain the subjectivity of our concepts. From a materialistic psychological perspective, the senses are physical components of the body that respond to environmental stimuli, translating and encoding them into signals that the brain interprets. However, the subjective nature of our experiences suggests that we must consider the variable of the "soul" to fully comprehend them.

Emotions are rational responses to various situations, manifesting as we reflect on different concepts and varying depending on their meaning. They are physically recognized in the brain, specifically in the thalamus and hypothalamus, and stimulate the body to prepare for a response. Emotions produce sensations that prompt the soul to reflect once again. Regardless of the sensations that emotions produce, they motivate physical, rational, and spiritual expressions. Thus, individuals who have suffered damage to the thalamus and hypothalamus may lack sensation but continue to express themselves physically, mentally, and spiritually.

Feelings, on the other hand, are sensations that originate from our spiritual intuition, enabling us to perceive the essence of things and ourselves. Unlike the senses and emotions, feelings are not immediately apparent and require spiritual intuition to grasp them. If the origin of these sensations is unknown, feelings can be mistaken for emotions and misinterpreted.


Throughout history, feelings and emotions have been confused because the soul produces emotions by feeling the feelings. Emotions are physically manifested by recognizing them in the brain, in an elaborate process in which the three parts of our being interact, from its essence to its physical response that is conceptualized in the soul. However, even if these rational sensations did not occur, the feelings will still be present, since they have their origin in the spirit and not in the soul.

Psychological theories have considered the spirit superficially, as a quality of the soul. The most advanced theories have called it the great mystery of the soul, which has ruled out the fact that the spirit is another part of our being, independent of the soul. Even when there is an intrinsic relationship between them, they are truly different, and we can distinguish them in our consciousness because what we feel from each part of our being is also different and can be distinguished.

However, it is because of this confusion that psychology has searched for the solution to spiritual problems in dreams and suggestions and has not found the answer. Although it is true that these problems directly affect the soul, the answer is not in the soul but in the spirit. Therefore, it is impossible to resolve guilt, anguish, or hatred, which originate spiritually, through suggestion or the interpretation of dreams. At most, they may be a palliative by avoiding the truth.

The sensations that we can distinguish and know can be represented as follows:

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Feelings, emotions, and the senses form the foundation of our understanding of the reality of our entire being. None of these sensations exist in isolation, as we are affected by events at all three levels of consciousness, whether it's a physical ailment, emotional pain, or a spiritual realization. We are a whole made up of three parts:

The "five senses" allow us to perceive and recognize physical reality.

"Emotions" allow us to understand the reality of the soul.

"Feelings" enable us to comprehend spiritual reality.

The senses are not the body, nor are feelings the spirit. Rather, they, like emotions, are the rational ways in which we connect with the three contexts that make up our being.

The communication

"Communication is a form of expression that we use to convey rational concepts, physical actions, and spiritual intentions in response to the stimuli we receive. These expressions divide us into body, soul, and spirit, and each one of them is essential to our way of communicating."

"Concepts are elements that form our soul and are created through discernment and reason. Just as matter forms our body and intentions form our spirit, our concepts are both objective and subjective since they develop on a subjective level, but are as true and certain as material objects when they start from reality. They can also originate from intelligence and imagination, where creativity is used to transform reality."

"Intentions are the spiritual essence of the events in which we participate and form the basis of our actions. They are not only manifested in our actions but also in everything that has been done, allowing us to discern the spirit of our works."

"The actions we perform are the physical manifestation of our intentions and are generated in a specific time and space. These actions result from all events that are conceived in the soul and expressed in the body."

"By understanding that we are body, soul, and spirit, we can recognize that we express ourselves in each of these contexts. Communication manifests itself differently in each of them and can be physical, conceptual, or spiritual."

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It is important to keep in mind that our way of communicating can reflect our awareness of our own spirit and the transcendence of its meaning. If we only consider the existence of our material body and try to base our actions on the inconsequential, the vain and the ephemeral, we are denying the importance and transcendence of our intentions and, therefore, we may be experiencing a form of death instead of life.


With these considerations, we can conclude that for analysis, man is body, soul, and spirit, and for synthesis, he is body-soul-spirit.

Making a partial and limited analysis of Being prevents a true understanding of our reality due to a lack of perspective and limits us so that the only existence we consider for decision-making is that of our mortal body. Or we consider imagination as something real, as if it could take us to eternity. Let's not be delusional; imagination is not real. Let's not try to pin our hope on it.

Therefore, knowing the real existence of the spirit, we understand that:

We feel the material context with the senses, manifesting itself in actions.

We feel the rational context in emotions, manifesting in concepts.

And in the spiritual context, we feel it with feelings, manifesting in intentions.

Understanding that the reason why there is confusion between emotions and feelings is that reason, being made up of concepts and meanings, and emotions being reflections on the meanings of concepts, is confused with feelings. Feelings are sensations that we can conceptualize because they exist independently of the concept and reflection that we make of them. And if we point out his analysis, it is because by confusing emotions with feelings, the notion of the spiritual reality in which we find ourselves is lost.

Being aware, knowing what we really are, is the first step to a healthy and good life, spiritual, mental, and physical. How can we take care of what we do not know? How can we understand the harm or benefit of our intentions if they are not part of our Being? In the same way that the body needs nutrients to maintain health and well-being, the soul needs to know in order to be what it knows and understands, to have the freedom to consciously decide what is best for it. Because the spirit needs to feel peace and joy, which are the fruit of the spiritual life to which we can aspire. But if we do not understand the existence of the spirit as something real, how are we going to value peace and joy as something valuable?

The knowledge of the spirit not only gives us an understanding of what we feel but also gives us the possibility of reconsidering our existence based on the essence, which has its origin in another part of our being but which we can also feel and can afflict or give joy, forming an intrinsic part of our existence. With this knowledge, we can understand so that it becomes part of our Being, because as long as we do not know it for certain, we cannot be aware or awake in our reality of its existence, which is transcendent and therefore truly valuable and important. So that, knowing the existence of our own spirit, we understand our scope and expectations as spiritual beings. If we understand it, we can recognize the true meaning of our intentions and their importance in decision-making.

In summary, the knowledge and understanding of our existence as spiritual beings not only allows us to have a healthier and better life on a spiritual, mental, and physical level, but also gives us the possibility of making more conscious and responsible decisions, taking into account the essence of our actions and the impact they have on our lives and on the lives of others.

It is important to remember that our existence is not limited to the mortal body or the imagination but that we are complex and multidimensional beings, with a spiritual essence that is an intrinsic part of our existence and that allows us to feel and experience life in a deeper and more meaningful way.

In short, the knowledge and understanding of our spiritual existence allow us to live more fully and consciously, making more responsible and conscious decisions, and allowing us to experience life in a deeper and more meaningful way.

This awareness allows us to recognize the importance of our intentions and the impact they have on our lives and those around us. It also helps us to understand that our existence is not limited to the physical realm, but that we are complex and multidimensional beings with a spiritual essence that is an intrinsic part of our existence.

Furthermore, understanding our spiritual existence can bring us peace and joy, as it allows us to connect with something greater than ourselves and to experience a sense of transcendence. It can also help us to find meaning and purpose in our lives, as we recognize that we are part of something larger than ourselves and that our actions can have a positive impact on the world.

In conclusion, by acknowledging and understanding our spiritual existence, we can live more fully and consciously, make more responsible decisions, and experience a deeper sense of meaning and purpose in our lives. It is important to remember that we are not just physical beings, but that we are also spiritual beings, and that by embracing this aspect of our existence, we can unlock our full potential and lead a more fulfilling life.


Before continuing with the dissertation on sensations, it is important to establish some criteria to be able to understand with certainty the truth behind each one of them. We cannot doubt at every step, but we must be able to establish the principles that lead us to discover the purpose and destiny of our being with each of those sensations.

It is essential to understand that our sensations are a valuable tool to know our internal and external reality. However, we must be careful when interpreting them, since they can be influenced by subjective factors such as our emotions and beliefs. Therefore, it is important to establish objective criteria to evaluate our sensations and understand the truth they contain.

In short, to understand the purpose and destiny of our being through our sensations, we must establish objective criteria and be careful when interpreting them. Only then will we be able to take full advantage of their potential for our personal development.

Existence is a fundamental issue that leads us to question the purpose of our existence. Although we cannot decide to "be", we can acknowledge and accept our existence, which is something beyond our will. As human beings, our features and form are the work of our creator, both in its essence and in its appearance.

Frequently, we wonder if we are the work of chance or an intelligent creation, if there is a creator God or if Mother Nature is responsible. However, the theories of evolution have caused us to accept false assumptions as true. Natural selection and chance cannot result in any creature without the will, since intention and reason are necessary qualities for creativity. Therefore, we cannot be the work of chance, since if there is a will, it is not evolution but creation.

We have discovered only a part of what we are, which shows that we are not authors of ourselves. Creativity is an intelligent and voluntary act, and we as human beings have that quality. From language to computers, works of art, and novel characters, these are creations, not evolution. Just as each computer is created differently, each human being is also created uniquely. We were voluntarily and intelligently created by our creator, whom I call God. As unique and creative beings, we have been created in the image and likeness of our creator.

To deny the existence of God is to deny our own will and creativity. Although God may only be an assumption to some, with a little common sense and understanding of the qualities of our creativity, we can understand that only God could have created us. Recognizing that we are God's creation and concept is essential to learn more about the power, wisdom, and love of our creator.

In conclusion, our existence is the work of our creator, and creativity is a quality that defines us as human beings. To know our creator, it is necessary to discard false theories and accept that we are the creation and concept of God.

The Conception of Things

Philosophy, with its Aristotelian perspective of analysis, seeks to explain the reason for existence based on material works. Thus, the being has been analyzed in terms of the body. However, when considering Platonic concepts, attempts have been made to explain it through the soul. Unfortunately, the spirit was not considered in these explanations due to ignorance of its existence. To understand the true origin, it is necessary to understand the difference between the spiritual and the rational.

Sensations are the information that we collect in the soul. They are the data with which we conceive concepts and consciously build our reality. Memory and imagination are tools that we need to construct our identity and develop our creativity.

The problem with constructing our identity arises when these sensations are not correctly discerned, and when the learning processes are not simple. Moreover, we are not alone; we are entirely dependent, especially in childhood and adolescence, on our parents and teachers to instill precepts of knowledge, principles, and values, not merely traditions and customs. If those precepts lack a foundation for us to be aware of our being and are the result of imagination, the construction of our identity and reality will be limited. The records that serve for understanding and communication lack the certainty necessary to construct reality and provide us with the security of our identity.

Some believe that rational experience arises from physical expression (of works). However, if we consider that the concept that shapes it is necessary for the expression to occur, then it is the opposite. It is from rational experience that all material expression arises. Glasses, recorders, computers, pens, air, matter, energy, planets, galaxies, and ourselves, are concepts of man and God, respectively. But before reason, intention is necessary, which is the essence of works. Therefore, it is in the spirit where all rational expression arises. The well-intentioned constructive acts have their origin in the spirit of the creator, and the essentially bad destructive ones have their origin in the soul that does not know God and cannot consider the essence of God as valuable and important in its scale of values for decision-making. Because there is no awareness of the eternal, one can only consider the vain, the ephemeral, and the inconsequential, which cannot give a correct meaning to their reasons and their works.

There is a small but important difference between thinking and obeying a set of instructions, a difference that is small from the perspective of materialists and large from that of existentialists. Materialists believe that computers have a soul, in accordance with the Aristotelian thesis that the body and the soul are one and the same substance. On the other hand, according to the Platonic thesis, existentialists affirm that both the body and computers are instruments of the soul, but they are not the soul itself. To analyze the differences between the physical and the conceptual, we can consider the Platonic thesis, but to understand it, it is necessary to make a synthesis in accordance with the Aristotelian thesis, since they are two different issues that come together in an intrinsic relationship.

Just as we must distinguish for analysis between the body and the soul, we must also distinguish between the rational and the spiritual. We cannot use the Platonic or Aristotelian theses because we are not just body and soul. If we distinguish the differences between concepts and intentions, we can recognize their differences. We can use the same idea with completely different intentions, which allows us to understand that the soul and the spirit are different.

The body and the soul have an intrinsic relationship with the spirit, but their level of relationship is subjective, real, and true, although subjective. Objects are not the only thing that exists; ideas and essence also exist. This is precisely what we are trying to establish because to know the spiritual we must analyze each part separately, knowing that its synthesis in a single being is necessary for its understanding, which in this case is us.

The body belongs to a universe of objects, the soul to a universe of concepts, and the spirit to a universe of intentions. The body is objective, the conceptual soul, and the spirit is essential. If the object arises from the concept, then the body is a conception and the soul, like the body, is a creation of the Spirit of God. The body is not only the matter that constitutes it, but the form that it takes when inferring the idea about the matter and the manifest intention of its creator. If the concept arises from the intention, then the soul is also a creation of God.

The fact of not being aware of the spirit as an entity does not mean that it has not been present since before the formation of the body and soul. There are many things that we do not understand about what we are, even about the body, which is what has been most studied and known. There are large gaps in human knowledge, but that does not mean that they do not exist.

The spirit of each one is not something non-existent or imaginary. However, it has to be conceived in the mind very differently from the body and soul. It is an entity from a different context because the spirit belongs to a subjective, absolute, and intentional context. It is the beginning and end of all works that may exist in the rational and material contexts (concepts and works).

The Spirit is the beginning; it is the verb, the reason that gives rise to the creation of the concepts that make up reason. It is the origin of the material object in which it is expressed (because matter is not objective until it is conceptually ordered). And although not all ideas materialize in works, the rational context contains the concepts of all the works that exist materially and those that remain as just ideas. But it is in the Spirit where all concepts have their origin. Not all intentions are transformed into concepts, but all have their origin in the intention, because it is where the essence of life is found... the verb.

The three contexts are closely related: "What is seen was created by what was not seen."

The creation manifests from the intention to its expression.

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The distinction between feelings and emotions is important in understanding the existence of God and the role he plays in our spiritual lives. Feelings are the sensations we experience in our spirit, such as peace, joy, and love. These sensations are not concepts, but real experiences that originate in our spirit and can be experienced and understood.

Emotions, on the other hand, are concepts that are based on the interpretation we make of what we feel. For example, if we experience a feeling of distress, we can interpret it as an emotion of pain, regret, or despair. The confusion between feelings and emotions has led to the denial of the existence of God by science and the lack of understanding of his role in religion.

To become aware of God, it is necessary to understand that our feelings have their origin in our spirit, which is an essential part of our existence. This understanding allows us to distinguish between feelings and emotions and to experience and understand the presence of God in our lives.

Let us understand what the spirit is without relying on our imagination. Just as matter exists independently of our will and is not the work of our reason or imagination, so does the spirit exist. But if we do not understand its context, we cannot understand feelings as something real and true, nor can we define terms like love, truth, selfishness, or sin. Only by understanding what the spirit is and what it represents, and the context in which it is defined, do these terms gain their true meaning.

This lack of knowledge is the reason why mental problems originating from the spirit have not been solved through the use of stimulants or suggestion. Philosophers, whose thesis is foolishness, and psychologists, whose thesis is suggestion, are ignorant of the spiritual. For this reason, we hear so many phrases without meaning or explanation that only produce fear because we are afraid of what we do not know.

The soul of each one of us, when it is formed from sensations, builds, creates, and discerns concepts. We experience, reflect, and imagine our experiences, recognize the intentions of those around us, and express ourselves in different ways depending on the concepts we acquire. These expressions have their intention, reflection, and body expression, with a defined rationale.

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Understanding the soul's structured logic is essential for its correct use since it, along with the body, is an instrument for us to know and express our intentions, which define our essence. Without this understanding, we are mere pieces of meat with no hope beyond our physical existence, leading to our inevitable end, death.

To transcend this limited understanding, we must know the spirit that beats within us, of which we are part and formed, and strive to become the spiritual and eternal beings we are called to be. By choosing the Spirit, we opt for eternal life with our intentions, going beyond being just mere works of flesh. We must awaken to the life we carry inside and become aware of the truth and life that God wants to offer us.


To achieve a correct understanding of why and what our lives are, it is essential to analyze the three types and levels of knowledge that exist. Knowledge is where the mystery of the Spiritual Universe and the answers to all other mysteries that may be presented to us must be unveiled. If all concepts arise from the Spirit, which in turn gives rise to all works, then knowing the Spirit is knowing the essence of life and recognizing the purpose of the one who created us. The search for that knowledge in itself is the highest cause that a person can have with themselves, because by knowing the spirit, one finds truth, freedom, hope, certainty, and security, which are the foundation of enduring and true happiness.

Knowledge is divided into three types: physical, rational, and spiritual, and is developed at three levels: empirical or common sense, systematic or reason, and essential or of the spirit. Empirical knowledge is acquired through the evidence provided by sensations, distinguishing the characteristics that we can know physically, rationally, or spiritually, and recreating the concepts of the different events of the soul, which constitutes the first level of knowledge. Systematic knowledge is carried out by verifying empirical knowledge, reflecting on it from the image that is held in memory, which systematizes it when an event is repeated. Essential knowledge is formed by intuiting the motivations of each thing that we come to know, recognizing the intentions with which things were made.

Physical knowledge is empirical when we know the data provided by the senses, conceptualizing the material, distinguishing objects and their appearance. It is systematic when we reason about the laws that govern matter and the relationships that exist between its different events. It is essential when we know the purpose and motive that gave rise to the works.

Conceptual knowledge is empirical when we conceptualize what we feel, and emotions begin with concepts that emerge from the rational universe. Depending on the sensation, we value the concept by reacting to the event. It is rational when we think about ideas, such as language (which is subjective), regulating the use of reason and its structure. It is essential at the moment in which the purpose, motive, and intention of reason itself are discovered.

Spiritual knowledge is empirical in that it is intuited with feelings, allowing us to distinguish between intentions, feeling good or bad, love or hate from those around us. It is rational when we can distinguish good and evil in our environment and in ourselves, judging actions based on their intentions towards us and ours towards others. However, it is spiritual when we discover the rationale behind the intention itself. What is judged is not a particular act, but each and every one of the events that could happen, subject to the very essence of life. It is then that we discover the purpose of all things, that is, the knowledge that also allows us to understand the purpose of the body and soul, which is to know God, and the purpose of our own spirit: to be as He is and to truly be His children.






Common Sense





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Why do we exist? Because God created us.

Why are we body, soul, and spirit? Because we were created in the image and likeness of God, that gives us the ability to create and manifest our intentions in works. The relationship between the spirit, the soul, and the body is fundamental in all the actions we carry out, since they support and base our decisions. However, the spirit is only an illusion until awakened in the understanding, and we often ignore it in favor of our earthly deeds and desires. If we are not aware of our spiritual essence and its transcendence, it is difficult to consider it as something valuable in our decision making.

The relationship between the spirit and the soul is more important than is commonly believed. If we focus too much on appearances and neglect intentions, we risk striving for things at the expense of our feelings. But spiritual suffering is very real and can affect even beyond the physical limits of our body, affecting our soul in a negative way. The spirit is not subject to the limitations of time and space, and its relationship with the soul transcends beyond eternity. Therefore, it is important to be aware of the value of this suffering and value our feelings to conduct ourselves in such a way that we do not have to regret it later. When we become aware of the spirit, it becomes a part of our existence and leads us to achieve the peace and joy that we have lost in our lives.

Although we were created as body and soul, this perspective of analysis is partial and limited. The truth is that until we are aware of the spirit, it will not be part of our life or our being, even if it exists. The soul only lives for what it knows and understands, so only when we have this awareness can we consider ourselves spiritual beings. The lack of this awareness leaves us with many questions and uncertainties that we cannot answer from our current perspective. Therefore, it is important to reflect on our existence as spiritual beings and take this dimension into account in our decisions and actions.


What do we exist for? Why do we live? What is our purpose? From the perspective of cosmic time, our purpose seems insignificant: ten thousand years of history against the fourteen billion years of the universe is nothing. Our existence as human beings is limited to a few years. However, there is a different context, one not limited by time and space, in which we can live forever. Life is power, a power that transforms existence. Life transformed the world so that we could exist, a transformation that has taken billions of years. Thus, we not only exist, but we are also alive.

But what is life for? Are we an experiment of God? Who are we and why were we created?

We are more than body and soul. It is necessary to reconsider our purpose, analyzing how we were created and considering that we are part of our environment. We are individuals and together we form a social entity. We must know ourselves to understand the true purpose of our existence in particular and communicate it in society. In this way, we can avoid being submerged in evil due to ignorance, since ignorance is the chain that binds us to evil intentions and spiritual death.

Life is the power to be. If we are rational animals, we will serve our animal body and material things. If we have no hope of somehow transcending, we will suffer as slaves to the flesh, without will or freedom. The will is exercised in the understanding and the spiritual truth is what can free man from his material yoke. When each human being knows the reality of his own spirit, only then can he understand his true reason for being and existing. But as long as the spirit is the work of the imagination, the spiritual reality and the hope of that life to which we can all aspire will not awaken in us. Without this awareness, we will not be able to reach our reason for being and existing.

 The Purpose of the Body

"Instincts are a clear manifestation of the body's purposes, with the survival instinct summarizing them all. These are natural and unconscious mechanisms of physiological functions that, depending on the circumstances, can even dominate consciousness. Functions such as breathing, digestion, hunger, thirst, and even sexuality, all hormonal activities and conditioned reflexes are instincts that motivate specific actions. However, once the elementary needs are satisfied, the purposes change. Primordial needs are no longer sought, but rather the superficial ones. It is then when pleasure occupies the purpose of the senses, be it gluttony, drunkenness, sex, or any physical activity whose sole purpose is pleasure.

This occurs because the existence of the spirit is not considered, and there is no hope of transcending this existence. The logic of pleasure makes sense only in such a scenario. However, if we understand the importance of our spiritual existence for transcendence, then the purpose of the body would change radically in our awareness. The body's function is not just to give pleasure or pain, but it has another crucial function for our existence. It is the seed in which the true Being, which we all carry within as a child of God, must be engendered.

By understanding the importance of this existence, even though it is vain and ephemeral, it becomes a valuable instrument for life. We are all called to be children of God, and therefore, being aware of our spiritual life and understanding our true transcendence, sharing truth and love should be the motivation behind our actions in the body, which we must use as an instrument."

the purpose of the soul

The soul is formed through experience and nurtured by culture, so its purposes depend on what it knows and applies, which translates into desires. If everyone knows the same things, we will have the same desires and purposes, albeit limited by different circumstances. Therefore, if the soul recognizes the body exclusively, its desires will have the purpose of satisfying its basic needs. If these needs are met, the purpose of the soul will be to satisfy the pleasure that the body can offer. However, if the soul considers itself a greater good than the body, the purpose will be to satisfy the needs of acceptance and recognition. In this case, power and praise will be their rewards, and the body will only be an instrument to achieve beauty (whether physical or intellectual), wealth (material or cultural), power (to know or manipulate), and fame (through praise). These purposes, whether isolated or combined, will be the means to reach the supposed fulfillment.

The ego is the "I" of the soul, so desires are selfish when it considers only itself for its fulfillment. Even altruism is based on selfishness and vanity, since the fame of power and wealth is what gives rise to what is left over, which is tax deductible. But they will never give what they might lack, unless they do it out of love. In this case, it is no longer a wish but an intention. As long as the spirit is assumed and there is no full awareness of its existence and importance for our being, while love is considered as a work of thought, in truth there will be no genuine spiritual intention in the act that is performed and it can only be considered as a wish.

"Vanity of vanities, all is vanity and vexation of spirit," thus begins the book of "Ecclesiastes" written in the Bible. This book portrays man when he only considers himself as body and soul, without considering his spirit. If God is not known, all that is known is vain. Being the only thing known to be true, what the spirit feels when deciding what to do is ignored. As a consequence, one is condemned to live separated from God because the desires of the flesh seek pleasure and praise. This is understandable because the purposes of the soul depend on knowledge, which is the platform of the scale of values. If the meaning and importance of the spirit is ignored by ignoring God, this scale of values will be wrongly founded and directed.

Therefore, this knowledge is extremely valuable because if there is awareness of the spirit, the soul can establish its scale of values considering the transcendent as the only truly important thing for its understanding. In this way, it can communicate this understanding to others. By becoming aware of its spirit, it becomes an integral part of the life and being of the soul, so when understanding its transcendence and importance, it is necessary to share this knowledge and this life, which is what motivates the reason for our existence.

The Purpose of the Spirit

The purpose of the spirit is, like the body, to live, but spiritual life is not sustained like the body or the soul. Peace, joy, and love, which are the spiritual life, are nourished by goodness, truth, and hope, which are the result of exercising the spiritual life. In this way, more love, peace, and joy can be obtained as fruit. What limits this life is the lack of knowledge, since the will cannot be exercised over what is not known. In the face of the strength of the senses and instincts that give us knowledge of the appearance of things, the intention, which is their essence, is ignored, and we are carried away without measuring the spiritual consequences that could be obtained. Furthermore, because we do not know God, we are unaware that the spirit is itself a spawn of God Himself, a spawn that, upon becoming conscious, would come to life in the soul, a transcendent and eternal life that, at the end of the life of the material body, would take us to the next step of our existence. However, if the soul does not become aware of the reality of spiritual life, that transcendence would be an illusion, because the soul only lives for what it knows and understands, and what it does not know, even if it exists, does not exist for the soul.

All those who are unaware of the spirit sooner or later suffer because they consider that material or intellectual values are the purpose and end of their lives. But the purpose and end for which we were created is not complicated or indecipherable, since it is not things, nor achievements, nor pleasures that give us happiness. The only thing that can give us peace and joy in all these activities is to fulfill the true reason for our being and existence, which is to be children of God. We are unhappy, and that is why we seek happiness. Happiness is confused with joy, but if there is no peace and joy in all our activities, we are not happy. The only thing that true peace can achieve in our consciences is to live as children of God in our own spirit, hoping to transcend this life, fulfilling the reason for our existence.

We have considered that happiness is the purpose and destiny of man because we are unhappy. As we have not known our true reason for being and existing, we have lost our way in the midst of countless superfluous values. In truth, the natural condition of man is peace and enjoyment of life, but when the soul is perverted to serve the desires of the flesh, the spiritual life to which we have been called to be children of God is lost. To preserve spiritual life and enjoy this existence, it is essential to understand the meaning and reality of our spirit manifested in intentions.


We were created to become children of God, but if we do not know God, can we be His children?

As we learn, we reflect on the purpose of things. However, if we are unaware of what is spiritual, including our own spirit and God, we cannot reflect on purpose from its essence. Reflecting on appearances is not the same as reflecting on reasons or intentions. It is undeniable that a lack of spiritual knowledge has led to confusion and diminished the importance of what is essential. But, if we consider the evidence and reflect from common sense, taking into account the spiritual principles pointed out here, we can deduce correctly the purpose of human beings. In principle, it would be to know God, who created us, to be able to fulfill the true purpose of creation and become children of God. By knowing the Spirit, which is the essence of all things and the source of life and truth, we can deduce that we were created by love and truth, the work of God's will, which is the only truly good thing for our lives. However, we have been perverted by ignoring that we are spiritual beings and by serving the flesh as if it were a god, resulting in the evil of the selfishness that the world contains.

The knowledge of God, using sensations and common sense, is deduced correctly, but the punishment for disobeying our own spiritual conscience has been the inability to solve this mystery. If we know God, His essence is engendered in us as something real and true, receiving the blessing of being children of God, establishing eternal life and achieving the security that certainty brings us, the peace and joy in the spirit that are the true and lasting happiness. God created us for joy, giving us His Spirit for joy to each of the men in whom He dwells, because the love of God (which is God Himself) dwells in the heart of man through knowledge, to be instruments of justice and rejoice in the exercise of good works, which are neither boring nor burdensome. The justice of the spirit results in happiness and is greater than any tribulation that may arise. The body is the instrument of the soul and the soul of the spirit, but if we do not know our purpose, we become slaves to our mortal bodies, which we serve without hope, leading us to commit all kinds of acts that condemn us to suffer because we do not consider what we feel from the spirit as important and to commit true sins that turn us into our own demon, the source of our evil.

Serving our flesh is serving our disorderly desires due to a lack of consciousness of the spirit, which can lead to guilt that arises from ignorance. Instincts cannot be controlled without a spiritual knowledge base, since the power to overcome our own evil is acquired by knowing the truth and the Spirit of God. The powerful love manifested in creation is an instrument of justice.

However, if we are unaware of the meaning of God and His love, can we use it? By no means, since only when we know the Spirit of love and truth can we worship our Creator rationally, allowing His own Spirit to engender in us and make us legitimate children of God. It was He who created us so that, just like Him in heaven (in the spiritual realm), we would be on earth, and finally be received in glory, alive for God, since our names will be written in the book of life.

If we can understand this wonderful purpose without dogmas, customs, traditions, or ignorance, through the knowledge of truth and love, then justice and faith will be our tribute, and we will have fulfilled our expectations as human beings.


To substantiate what we have just explained, it is important to carry out a detailed analysis from the perspective of each context in which we are immersed: the material, conceptual, and spiritual. This analysis will help us correctly contextualize our explanations and provide logical support for our ideas. Until now, we have omitted the spiritual context and explained it in a confusing and limited way, which has led us to fall into the fallacy of many of our arguments. Therefore, it is crucial to take into account reasons from the spiritual context when explaining our behavior and reasoning. Let us conduct this exercise to deepen our understanding of what we are explaining here.


What are the physical, mental and spiritual characteristics that define us?

It is crucial to distinguish the characteristics of the different contexts that make up our existence in order to understand who we really are. Knowledge of the spirit allows us to appreciate its importance and transcendence, and helps us to properly appreciate the body and soul. We must analyze what we are based on what we feel and express in each part of our being in order to understand our own nature.

The physical body:

It represents our appearance, the material form that expresses our identity and was determined by God's reasons for creating us. It is related to a specific time and space, as its purpose is to be a tool for the being to express itself, communicate and learn in this material context. Although the body and its works do not transcend, matter itself is a useful expression for the Creator and an instrument to express another level of consciousness. Although matter continues to exist after the body ceases to be, the material universe and all its context had a beginning and will have an end.

Therefore, the body is vain, since it ceases to exist as such at death. It is corruptible and susceptible to changes that alter its ideal state according to its genetic information, due to the principle of the ephemeral existence of all material things. It is conceived objectively, as an object constituted and rationally understood as such since its appearance is objective in the material context. It is mortal since the life of the material body and its expression is finite. Although the works of the body can transcend death, showing us the concepts that originated them and the work of the hands that created them, they continue to be materially finite.

Of the five senses, the body is the first we experience, so the appearance of things becomes the most important thing on our scale of values. However, if we recognize the purpose of the body and its relative importance, we can reconsider our values and principles. It is also important to mention that the matter that constitutes us is neither good nor bad, but simply a means of expression.

The soul:

It is the science of things, through which everything we are and what we do is defined and understood by reason.

It is rational, as reason is what conceives and conceptualizes everything we feel, reflecting on itself, creating and recreating the rational universe. The soul is also an instrument, but of the spirit, to express its intentions.

It is vain and transcendent. Vain in what is linked to the body, such as pleasure or pain, which, like the body, are ephemeral and inconsequential. It is transcendent in what is linked to the Spirit of God, in love and truth, if there is consciousness of the Spirit, as the soul lives for what it knows and understands. What it does not know, even if it exists, does not exist for the soul.

It is corruptible in its ideals and objectives and incorruptible in the principles that shape it, as the objectives are relative, but the principles are absolute. We all have the same thought structure, the same logic and feel the same. These are the principles with which we were conceived and they will remain the same even if we ignore what we feel and do not consider it in our decision making. Therefore, the sentence for disobeying our own conscience continues and will continue to be spiritual death.

It is conceptual, as it is formed by objective or subjective concepts, through which the material is conceptualized from the senses, the spiritual from the feelings and in a reflective act the conceptual. The soul is in contact with the body, the spirit and with itself.

It is mortal and eternal, as when the body dies, the part of the soul that is attached to it also dies, and another part is eternal. But if the spirit is dead to the soul, that other part dies too. In order for it to be eternal, there must be consciousness of the Spirit, of spiritual life, as where there is consciousness, there is life. Understanding that the spirit is not the soul, because the soul, if it does not know the transcendent and eternal of God, cannot transcend.

The soul is more than memory and imagination. It is what makes us individuals. However, the reason for its existence lies in the fact of being able to become aware of the truth and life, of being able to become aware of God. We cannot imagine the magnificence of the Creator's Soul in its context, the number of concepts, causes, and effects that are continuously executing, doing exactly what they should do since they are governed by the principles with which they were conceived. But even if we do not know everything it does, He does not stop doing it, and if we not know everything that is, He don’t cease to be. There are parts of ourselves that are not in our consciousness or sub consciousness, that will never appear in dreams, and even when we can understand them, we will never be aware of them.

The spirit:

It is the essence of what we are, the intention, the motivation that originates all work, and is constituted by immovable laws that determine freedom or the yoke in the soul. Just as physical laws govern the material universe, there are spiritual laws that determine the spiritual state in which we find ourselves.

It is absolute, since good and evil are essences, intentions. Good arises from love and evil from hate. The instrument of love is the truth and hate is the lie.

It is transcendent, because it is not subject to the time and space of the material universe. Therefore, the essence of our acts transcends in spirit forever.

It is incorruptible, it is or is not, lives or dies, loves or hates, but it does not disfigure because it is not relative.

It's subjective, you can't make an object out of it, but it's real.

It is eternal, not being subject to time and space, it transcends its borders and extends infinitely. If we understand the scope of the spirit, we can recognize that God is Spirit, that God is love, truth, absolute and eternal. All these words were written thousands of years ago by people who understood them, and they will continue to apply today and forever.

It is from the spirit that all works arise, good works if our intentions are the fruit of the Spirit, or bad if our intentions are bad. If we want to find our justification in works, we are condemning our spirit, because the Spirit is the one that justifies our existence. It exists independently of reason, and if we are that Spirit, we can continue to exist independently of the material universe. But we have to understand something that we could only imagine, because the spiritual, although we intuit, we had not been able to define it in its context. With this definition we can explain and understand that we are in spirit spawns of the Spirit of God, latent spawns until the soul, which is what makes us individuals, acquires consciousness and awakens to life, to which we are called to be children of God.


Considering the existence of the spirit as an integral part of the Self radically changes our expectations, as understanding the existence of the eternal allows us to regain the hope that had been lost. If we only understand ourselves as body and soul, our hope of transcending in any way is absurd and nonexistent, because there is no hope in the flesh, knowing how ephemeral and insignificant material life is. However, by recognizing a transcendent and eternal context that we can know and that can join to the soul to form part of our Self, we find the hope we seek. With this knowledge, we can become aware of our spiritual life and ground our hope, which makes sense when we know that the spirit, upon gaining consciousness, gains life, an absolute and transcendent life.

So we can summarize the characteristics of the "Human Being" as follows:











Vain and Transcendent



Corruptible & Incorruptible






Mortal & Eternal


We have become accustomed to verifying the existence of things through their physical appearance, but if we accept the reality of feelings, understanding that their origin is not reason but spirit, we can become aware of the existence of the spirit and its characteristics, as well as appreciate the true existence of our ideas in the rational universe.

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With the understanding of what we truly are, by understanding the existence of the spirit as a context and an integral part of our Being, is when we really know what we are and what we can become. But to become aware of this truth, it is necessary to clear our minds of everything that has wrongly explained to us what we are and what we feel. We must reflect on our actions and stop doing everything that condemns and humiliates us in front of ourselves and God. We must repent, because without holiness, no one can know God.



 Conditions and Determinants

"Conditions and Conditioners of the Material Universe"

The "Material Universe" is governed by principles that dictate the basis of its functioning. Throughout history, we have typified these principles into laws and rules. Just as the material universe determines and conditions us, we condition it with the use of reason and the exercise of will, both in our physical body and in our surroundings. These conditions are divided into:


"Environmental Physical": They are our geographic, climatic, and ecological context, circumstances given according to the time and space in which we develop.

"Physical Body": They are the physical characteristics of each of us, from complexion, height, color, and sex, to sensitivity to certain foods and drinks.

"Instincts": They are a genetic inheritance that conditions us to react to different circumstances, such as sexual and survival instincts.


"Environmental Mastery": transforming our environment and adapting it to our needs; cultivating, breeding, manufacturing, building, and organizing the environment in which we develop.

"Body Mastery": exercising control over our limbs and selecting the form of bodily development according to circumstances.

"Self-Dominance": inhibiting instincts, submitting to a moral and ethical code.

The body is conditioned, it is born, grows, reproduces, and dies. Instincts control its physiology and to a large extent, the character. Only through the will can we control it. This voluntary mastery of our body, although limited, has been expanding with the use of reason and knowledge, giving us the freedom to choose the way we want to live. But circumstances condition whether that freedom is greater or lesser because we see that many are subjugated by the environment in which they develop, immersed in poverty or victims of genocide, others are prisoners of various diseases that prevent them from feeling free, and there are also those who are slaves to their instincts, so they cannot exercise their will even if they want to.

The body can also harbor other forms of life. It can be the seed from which a new being emerges, a temple in which the being born by faith resides, or the instrument that inspires and convinces others to reach eternal glory. Life gives us the opportunity to achieve amazing and extraordinary things thanks to the power that has been given to us by being alive. It is time to awaken to this new form of life that we carry within us and fulfill a glorious and eternal purpose, in which death cannot reach us.

"Conditions and Conditioners of the Rational Universe"

The "Rational Universe" is governed by cultural norms or moral rules, civil or military laws, which historically have been imposed by humans as part of "Culture", which conditions us depending on the circumstances in which each one develops. We can also condition our culture in the following ways:


"Social Culture", which includes all the objects with which we interact and which in some way influence our behavior, from the things we live with to urban architecture.

"Personal Culture", which includes all the ideas, traditions, and customs we learn from society, family, food, religion, either in the family circle or through academic, religious, or cultural institutions, including what we learn from the media, as these elements determine how we relate to society in particular.

"Character", which is the way we react involuntarily to certain circumstances and is the intensity in which emotions manifest.


"Creativity", with which we have created the objects of our environmental culture, being ourselves artisans of it and also the reason for change.

"Communication", in society we have the power to influence people by communicating, ideas, concepts, and feelings, transforming individuals and being transformed in the same way.

"Self-Discipline", which involves controlling character and submitting to a moral and ethical code that controls emotions.

Rational Universe

The Soul, which constitutes us as individuals, is part of the Rational Universe, where ideas are expressed through their concepts. The material works resulting from creation and the concepts from which they originated are in constant transformation, as the works that are expressions are a means of communicating will and intelligence and have an important but finite and limited purpose; they serve us to live in this world, communicating and making culture. But the motivations, the life principles for which we were created, which give us the possibility of creating our own concepts and making our works to express and understand those motivations, are also culture and can also be taught. Material works are not made to transcend, but motivations are eternal, so principles are what we must know to not make mistakes in our decisions and not have to regret what we do. Matter and energy are not motivations, in the soul is the way to carry out works, but it is the spirit that motivates the execution of every work, where the principles that govern creation must be discovered and known, which we can consider as the truly valuable and important thing.

Conditions and conditionings of the spiritual universe

The essence that underlies the rational and material universes is what determines their form through their intentions. However, these motivations, which are spiritual, have conditions that sustain the spiritual health and life of each one of us. Throughout history, efforts have been made to make known the way we are conditioned. We all know the Ten Commandments, and there is an enormous compilation of laws that have tried to establish the conditions for a healthy and full spiritual life. But since the context we are trying to typify is intentional, its interpretation in law is imperfect because law can only condition works and not motivations. That is why it is also written that the law was put in place so that sin would be evident. This is why the whole law is summed up in "Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your strength," and "Love your neighbor as yourself." These are the motivations to be able to fulfill the justice of the law. Depending on these motivations, we can identify the consequences and interpret them, and we can also understand how we influence the spiritual state in which we find ourselves. This is achieved through conditions and conditionings that are divided as follows:


"Impersonal spiritual": it is the essence of things and people around us, the motivations with which things are made and the intentions for which they were created, or the intentions of people in their relationships with us. All of this influences us emotionally.

"Personal spiritual": dictated by our spiritual conscience, which tells us which acts will cause us spiritual harm and which will not. This conscience helps us recognize what we feel and the spiritual consequences of our actions.

"Spiritual intuition": it is like character or instincts. We have a greater or lesser sensitivity in each of us. Through this sensitivity, we can identify where the motivation comes from and for what purpose it originated, whether it is good or bad. To perceive is to become aware of what we feel through our senses. To intuit is to become aware of what we feel with our feelings. To discern is to become aware of meanings.


"Free will": choosing the environment, the people, the things with which we relate, deciding on material or spiritual values. We must decide if the senses or the feelings are more valuable, if the eternal or the vain is more important.

"Willpower": it is the means by which we serve the intentions with which we act, deciding how we conduct ourselves. Although the use of willpower is not about deciding whether we are happy or sad, if we compare it to the physical body, we can take precautions to avoid future blows, but we cannot get rid of the blow we have already received, nor can we resurrect if we die. In the same way, in the spirit, we can avoid doing something that hurts us and repent of what burdens our conscience. But if we do not repent, it is as if we had never gotten rid of the blow and it will continue to hurt us eternally. This is because spiritual life and death are manifested in the feelings with which we live, feelings that transcend after the body dies since the spirit is eternal. Along with it, the soul can also transcend if it knows God. It is necessary to clarify that willpower can recreate or destroy the spiritual conditions we have. If we love, as a consequence, we will have more love, but if we hate, we will have more hatred.

"Knowledge": if we know the truth, the truth will set us free. God is spirit and truth. Spiritual freedom is conceived in the knowledge of God and the spirit that God gave us. If we know love, peace, and joy, we can consciously serve the intentions that will produce this spiritual state. But if we don't know it, then we are slaves. First, of the fear we feel towards the unknown and later, of a series of intentions based on works, of which we do not have a clear conscience about their motivations, and even sacrifice our peace and joy to achieve those purposes. Intuition is a condition, but knowledge is the way in which we can voluntarily serve love, truth, and the spiritual life for which we were created.




Impersonal spirituals (essence that surrounds us)

Free will

Personal spirituals (desire)


Spiritual intuition (spiritual awareness)


Just as the body needs two-thirds of water to survive, the soul needs much more truth than imagination to transcend. Thirst is quenched by drinking, but the thirst of the soul is appeased by knowing. Imagination is like a mirage that disappears as we approach it, and the thirst for truth deepens until it reaches madness. The need for understanding is not met with illusions and fantasies, but with true discernment, perfect logic, and reason in its highest expression. It is a worthy effort of our true potential, because we can truly know the Spirit of God and understand the true Self within us, eager to manifest its divine nature. The end of the body is logical, but the soul doesn't have to have the same end. Let us relentlessly strive to build, through truth in our understanding, the eternal life to which we can aspire. Let us always remember that if we can reach that destination, it is because God so wills it for His glory, not as His servants who gain nothing from it, but as true children, His offspring, heirs to the coming kingdom. Let no one despise themselves, for all men were created with the same purpose: to be children of God.


With the use of this analysis, we can conclude that we are constituted by the following principles:

The parts of the Soul:











The parts of the Being:













Desires of the Flesh

Vanity of the Soul

Justice and Truth


 With the use of this analysis, we can conclude that we are constituted by the following principles: We can influence our lives through knowledge and will, since by knowing the truth, we can freely decide to which our soul is joined, whether to the material body that is flesh and was born to die, or to the Spirit that God gave us for eternal life and peace. By understanding the causes and effects of what constitutes us, we can make good use of our free will, directly influencing our destiny. Understanding what is good and bad by its essence, by the spirit from which it stems, we can comprehend that what God wants is for us to be His children and for Him to be born in us, saving our souls for eternal life and peace. Now the mystery is being revealed so that we can understand the existence of the spirit and also understand that the example and sacrifice of Jesus was so that we can be forgiven for our sins without having to pay the price of our salvation, and to approach God with all confidence having been reconciled.

"The Absolute"

Demonstration of the existence of God

Science has used the senses and physical experience to argue that the only thing that exists is the material. This would imply that the intangible does not exist if there is no physical expression to prove it, but they forget what that intangible implies for oneself: the intimate that does not need to be physically expressed to know that it exists, because it is evident within us. That intangible is love, truth, justice, good or evil... "the Spirit". Does intangible need a material expression to exist or is that material expression truly ephemeral and cannot be sustained? Who can stop time and make those moments something transcendental?... Only in the intangible, this can happen.

If only matter existed, thinking that the universe emerged from nothing would be the only logical explanation (because before it existed, there was nothing), but the universe did not emerge from nothing, and this can be mathematically proven, since "zero being the mathematical expression of nothing" and recognizing that mathematically "nothing comes out of zero," then we can verify that it is impossible for the universe to have arisen from nothing...

So, where did it come from?

We can also understand that zero, which is a reference point on a graph, is equivalent to a single reference point in the universe, so it cannot be nothing that exists in that immense space that is supposed to be empty. Then what is it filled with?

To understand what is there, let's base ourselves on the definition of a line, which is defined as a succession of points. An infinite succession of points is an infinite line that crosses the universe; an infinite succession of lines is an infinite plane that crosses the universe; and an infinite succession of planes... defines the opposite of nothingness, which is "THE ABSOLUTE ALL," where the universe is immersed, and which makes sense. This same argument has been used to mathematically define the universe when it was thought that the material universe was infinite, because the limits of the universe, which is a finite expression, were not known, nor the transcendence and significance of this definition, which truly defines the Absolute All, which is God.

With this argument, we can also consider that the "ABSOLUTE ALL" is the origin of the universe in all its material and rational expression, because the universe is not abstract but is realized in works, and we can understand the reasons for them, understanding that these reasons are not absurd but have a clear and specific sense.

Therefore, we can conclude that the "ABSOLUTE ALL":

● Is everywhere, so it is Omnipresent.

● Made everything that exists, so it is Omnipotent.

● Imposed all the reasons, so it is Omniscient.

Where have we heard these terms before? Omnipresent, Omnipotent, and Omniscient?

This definition, which seems so elementary, has not been considered by science in this way because it was unknown that the universe, which is the machine of time and space, was finite. But now that its limits are understood, we can understand with certainty the truth that accompanies this argument, by which we can define and prove the existence of the Creator.

"What is the Absolute?

What comes to mind when we hear the word "Absolute"? Science and theology agree on the concept of the unknown and unreachable. Who hasn't heard that God is an unknowable and unreachable being? Who hasn't heard that the Absolute is unknowable and unreachable? Science concludes that "nothing is absolute, everything is relative," while religion argues that what is known about God is revealed through created things, "relative works," but that God cannot be explained "because it is a mystery." However, for philosophy, the Absolute should be like Zero for mathematics.

Let's start from zero:

Zero is the principle from which everything related to time and space is deduced. From this concept, it is possible to abstract reality and represent it mathematically, which, in turn, allows us to discover the laws and principles that govern the universe, knowledge that we call science. However, zero, which gives rise to all this reflection, is a concept that must be carefully considered, as thanks to our understanding of zero, we not only can abstract the universe, but it can also open the doors of understanding in other contexts that we have not been able to discern correctly.

Zero is the mathematical representation of "nothing." If we split zero among ten people, how much would each person get? "Absolutely nothing." If we multiply zero by any quantity, the result is "nothing." If we add zero to anything, it is exactly the same, it doesn't change. "Zero is a reference that, in the universe, would be equivalent to a single point."

So, does zero exist? Not as a material object, but as a rational concept. Without zero, science would not exist. This shows that the rational exists independently of the material. Moreover, everything material has a concept or a series of concepts inherent to the object in question, concepts that we can reason and discern until we understand them from their origin to their full expression. "But the rational can exist independently, which, in the mind, would be knowledge and imagination." Zero is an absolute subjective concept! It only exists in the mind; it is purely subjective. Therefore, we can conclude that zero is an absolute subjective concept. From its existence, the knowledge of all science is derived since we can abstract reality from zero and express it mathematically. This demonstrates that the rational subjective exists as much as the objective material.

Matter has a series of principles and laws that govern its behavior in the universe. From the Big Bang, the laws and principles that objectively order matter in works, time, space, relative works, and their limits as conditioning expressions began. However, science, by not considering the existence of the subjective as the foundation and reason for the objective, could not affirm that something existed beyond the apparent. Therefore, it simply concluded by saying that the universe emerged from "nothing." But, as we observed from zero, which is equivalent to nothing, nothing comes out of it, so this reasoning is illogical. It is wrong. The universe did not arise from nothing!

Another thesis of science argues that, for the same reason of having denied the existence of the subjective, there is "nothing" among the galaxies, in the midst of the stars, and even among atoms, between their electrons and protons. This is also incorrect because, as we have already observed, the ZERO, which is equivalent to nothing, is represented in the universe as a single point. Therefore, "it cannot be nothing that exists in that space." Nor is it an object or limited. Logically, we should think that this immense space, where the Universe is immersed, is the opposite of "nothing." It is the "ABSOLUTE ALL," eternal without parameters or limits. Being this. Being this ABSOLUTE ALL where the relative universe arises as an expression of its being!

The relative is relative to the parameters in which it is defined. If it had no parameters or limits, it would be absolute. Can something objective be absolute? Of course not! Because any object has parameters and limits, it cannot be absolute. Moreover, the absolute value of objects compared to "The ALL" is NOTHING. To demonstrate this, let's locate any object of any size, including the entire material Universe, and move far enough away so that the object disappears into infinity. Its relative value would be equivalent to a single point. Therefore, the expression is only valuable for its meaning to the creator and the one who understands it.

Within the subjective, relative and absolute can be defined. An expression can be a subjective idea, manifested in a work limited to its frame of reference. In the Universe, time and space are the limits of expression, whether they are reasons or objects in question. But the Absolute is the origin, the very essence of the subjective idea, the power to make that idea exist, the Word that gives birth to action, the ALL UNLIMITED and without parameters, absolute and eternal.

What is our origin?

The Absolute ALL is the origin and destiny of everything that exists. We had not understood this because knowledge is acquired from nothing to everything. Therefore, it is reasonable to think that knowing the Absolute is the next stage of our evolution in knowledge. This explains why we had not been able to define it before; it simply was not the time for it to be revealed. But now that there is a universal language with mathematics, there is prior knowledge of the universe, and there is communication without distance or borders, it is time to understand the Absolute, which is the cause of this reflection and the reason for our existence.

This also gives us a reference of what we ourselves are. In material terms, we are animals; we are also rational subjects, souls that express and communicate. What we had not understood is what we are in essence, in spirit. Until now, the difference between the spirit and the soul had not been understood, nor had its importance been considered. Until now, in the dictionary, the soul is defined as the spirit, and the spirit as the soul... what a tragedy!

The soul is what makes us individuals, distinct beings that know and express life. But the spirit is absolute and manifests itself in our consciousness through love and peace, feelings that we enjoy when we were innocent and that we recreate in our imagination because we want them to continue forever. However, when our conscience accuses us, and yet we disobey, we feel guilt, anguish, and fear. This is because the Spirit is felt from the depths of our being. When we do not understand its meaning and importance, we become confused, pervert our principles, and disrupt our value system with absurd explanations, trying to explain what we feel as if it were a chemical reaction of the brain when it has another origin. That is why love was confused with sex, as if pleasure were synonymous with peace or love.

I remember the day I read in the Bible what love is. I was stupefied, amazed by this. It says:

"If I speak in the tongues of men or of angels, but do not have love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal. If I have the gift of prophecy and can fathom all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have a faith that can move mountains, but do not have love, I am nothing. If I give all I possess to the poor and give over my body to hardship that I may boast, but do not have love, I gain nothing.

Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails. But where there are prophecies, they will cease; where there are tongues, they will be stilled; where there is knowledge, it will pass away. For we know in part and we prophesy in part, but when completeness comes, what is in part disappears."

Reason was not enough for me to understand why I had been taught that love was sex or wanting family or friends. They had confused love with desire, and it was then that I understood that my origin was not reason but love, absolute and transcendent of God.

God is Absolute!

The definition of God helps us understand that the ABSOLUTE ALL is GOD, in which the Universe is immersed. The immense space is not empty, but filled with God. This "GOD" is the origin and the end of the Universe, as it is immersed within It and arises from It. It is like the air that we do not see, but that we need to live; thus, we need the ABSOLUTE to exist, since the Universe in all its expression emerges from Him.

We have our origin in the Absolute All, not in nothing. This Absolute All is everywhere and the same here and in all of infinity. This Absolute is like zero for science, a constant. Within Him is the Universe in all its objective and subjective expression. Being the origin and end of this expression, it is the "essence". The Absolute is the foundation and the power that is the "Verb". It is the engine of expression that is the Universe. And this Verb, which is the "ABSOLUTE ALL", is GOD!

God is everywhere, He is OMNIPRESENT. All knowledge arises from Him, He is OMNISCIENT. All works are expressions of Him, He is OMNIPOTENT. Without Him, we would not exist. This only Absolute God is life, without Him we would not live. This Absolute God is eternal, as He is not subject to time or space. Moreover, these ideas are concepts of Him. We are concepts and works of God, we are His creation, an exercise of His will and reason.

We are creative, similar to our Creator. We have created computers, from their idea to what they are now. With them, we have been able to create virtual realities, artificial intelligence, and we continue to evolve. Thus, the concept of creation evolved into what we are: a creation in the image and likeness of its Creator. But even this ability to be like Him is given to us by His will. We are beings with the ability to create subjectively, with the use of intelligence and imagination. We can discover with reasoning the intelligence of our Creator by being able to abstract the principles that order and govern the Universe. This demonstrates that the Universe, both in the material objective and in the conceptual subjective, is an expression of the Creator. We feel this absolute and transcendent being through feelings. This is how we can understand that when we act according to our consciences, God's love and peace comfort us in our souls. It is when we can understand His nature because God is love.

The purpose!

"Its Meaning"

We have already deduced some things about God. We know that He is the origin and destination of everything created. We are in contact with the Absolute, since He is everywhere. But even though we can feel Him, we do not understand His meaning and transcendence for our lives. As everything was supposed to be relative, the understanding of our spirit was practically impossible to solve. What could we base ourselves on to establish the differences? Those questions must have reasonable answers, not only for scholars of knowledge but for everyone. That is the purpose of philosophy, the only thing that justifies it as a science. But by not correctly resolving doubts about our being, it fell into the disgrace of being considered part of literature, the imagination of a few crazies who could not solve it for humanity. This is undoubtedly the greatest tragedy that man has suffered: having based understanding on what has no hope and only discovering that our destiny was death.

The knowledge of the Absolute underlies eternal absolute principles. For if we were born to die, let us eat and drink, for in the end, we will die. If only the relative exists, then we have no hope, no eternal life, and nothing we do or have will be able to transcend. What good is it to take care of what we cannot keep? But the Absolute does exist, which represents a terrible dilemma since we have only lived for vanity. And that way of living does not give us hope or peace.

Why do we anguish? Why is life full of uncertainty and bad decisions? We put our decisions before a tribunal of which we are the jurors. We make value judgments, and in the face of reasonable doubt we are capable of doing the worst. Faced with reasonable doubt, we choose selfishness over goodness. And it is understandable because if we do not know God, our interests will not consider Him in our decision-making. And even acts of nobility will become acts of vanity. But the problem is that by choosing vanity, we anguish. That is why it is written, "Vanity of vanities, all is vanity and affliction of spirit." And this is explained in the fact that the essence of intentions is felt with feelings. And if our intention does not consider the Absolute before the apparent, we will choose the appearance of things that are vain as the purpose of our causes, rather than their essence. Sacrificing our feelings when there is a conflict of interests. For not considering that our essence is valuable and then we will feel affliction.

So, do we feel the Absolute? What part of us feels His presence? How can we consider Him in our decision-making to avoid being hurt? Or are we condemned to vanity?

The fact that we are not aware of God does not excuse us, since we feel Him. Just as we feel our material body, we also hurt or please the spirit, which we also feel. That is why conscience is the voice of God.

It is necessary to have "conscience" and understand what is happening in the moment or reflect on what has already happened. Consciousness should lead us to understanding events, from the most elementary or empirical, through the discovery of reasons, to the highest levels of consciousness, where the principles that underlie action are understood, the very essence of acts. We must discard everything that has been instilled in us as true when it only instills fear and not conviction or certainty, which is true faith.        

The spirit is engendered by God!

Human beings are a creation of God, just like the Universe. However, the essence is absolute and unique, which implies that our essence, our spiritual body, cannot be created but engendered by God, as it is of His own essence and cannot be anything else. The soul only lives for what it knows, and cannot unite with the spirit until it knows and understands it. In other words, the soul is eternal when it lives for the Spirit of God, which allows us to be much more than a mere creation.

It is as if God had planted in our soul the tree of life, "our spirit," which, being the essence of His own essence, makes us children of God. This should give us hope to transcend with Him. Although the soul feels the spirit, if it does not understand it, it cannot be considered part of its being.

To understand what this means, it is necessary to recognize that the concepts that translate into emotions are ideas but not essences. Depending on their meaning, that is how we will feel them in our mind. For example, if our team scores, we will feel happiness; if the opposing team scores, we will feel sadness. These sensations are the result of knowledge in an act of discernment, reflection, and memory, which also makes these sensations something intimate and personal. However, it is important to consider that this knowledge has been transmitted from person to person and from generation to generation, accumulating through different methods in our memory. Thus, we have individual knowledge and collective knowledge.

This collective knowledge determines many of the concepts we have about what we feel and do not understand correctly. Therefore, when we feel something we do not understand, we ask for its meaning, and when someone gives us an explanation, if that person is trustworthy, we take that explanation as true, even if it does not convince us in our understanding. So when our society educates us in the understanding that we are body and soul, and does not explain anything about the spirit, it is understandable that we do not come to understand the nature of these sensations. In addition, by ignoring the knowledge of the absolute and transcendent, we cannot value what we feel spiritually.

The spiritual body comes from the Absolute and is not relative. If we divide zero, which is an absolute, everyone gets the same thing: "absolutely nothing." Thus, by distributing the Absolute All, which is His Spirit, to each one of us, we will understand that we get exactly the same thing: "absolutely EVERYTHING." If we can know the Spirit, which must be our spirit since we were conceived with it, then we would be "eternal," one Spirit with God, God in us and us in Him, because eternal life depends on the knowledge of God. As it is written: "And this is eternal life, that they know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom you have sent." With which we prove that the body and soul are a creation of God, but the spirit that we feel, even if we have not known it, is the Spirit of God because it is absolute and cannot be an expression, but its essence.

How to distinguish between the essence that is God and a moral or ethical rule? How to distinguish the difference between intention and desire?

To become aware of our spirit, as we have done with our senses, we must understand our feelings and comprehend their true value and importance. This awareness is related to the knowledge of God and its true meaning. If we do not understand the difference between the rational and the spiritual (emotions and feelings), which are the key to distinguishing the spirit from the soul, then our awareness of God will be only an illusion. But if we understand this difference, then we will be aware of its existence.

"Distinguishing between the essence that is God and a moral or ethical rule implies recognizing that the divine essence transcends human norms and is related to love, goodness and truth, while moral and ethical rules are principles and values created by society to regulate human behavior. The essence of God is immutable and absolute, while moral and ethical rules can vary according to culture and context.

Regarding the difference between intention and desire, intention refers to the purpose or objective that is sought to be achieved through an action, while desire is a wish or aspiration that can be emotional, material or spiritual in nature. The intention is a conscious decision directed towards a specific goal, while desire can be more diffuse and does not always lead to a specific action.

Understanding these distinctions is critical to developing a deeper and more authentic spiritual awareness, and to better understanding our relationship with God, ourselves, and others."

The voice of God!

What is the consciousness that arises from the spirit, if not the voice of the Absolute? If the Absolute is the essence translated into intention when expressed, or feelings when felt, then spiritual consciousness is what accuses or excuses us in our decision-making. However, something that can be said with complete certainty when considering the Absolute becomes ambiguous when we do not take it into account. If only exists what is relative, then I may feel guilty when deciding to express myself with bad intentions. But if the relative objective is achieved, which holds some value for the mind, one can take the blame and mitigate it with a series of palliative or suggestive activities.

These activities, with a false image of happiness, attempt to erase guilt from the mind. They become a palliative if they do not solve the underlying problem since our soul desires to eliminate guilt and only knows these activities to address it. These activities make the problem momentarily forgotten due to the pleasure they produce, though in the end, they only exacerbate the situation. The problem arises from what society teaches. By not having knowledge of God and its meaning, society has tried to give value to our lives with money, power, pleasure, and fame. Society has instilled these values in us despite the guilt they cause, sacrificing feelings for vanity. However, another part of society tries, conversely, to subjugate us for fear of the same guilt, not resisting what our conscience dictates, like will-less servants, out of fear rather than conviction. This occurs when we have grown weary of fighting our own conscience.

We have placed vanity as the most important value in life, and it is understandable if it is the only thing we know. But we have no justification for our conscience that continues to accuse and excuse our actions due to their essence. This happens because we were conceived with this awareness so that we could know the essence of our Creator.

Matter is neither good nor bad; good and evil are discerned in the soul. Good and evil only exist within us, but without knowledge of the Absolute, there are no reasons to make us understand the difference between these two concepts. Although, as philosopher Kant said, quite rightly but without a reliable explanation, "bad is what is done with bad intentions." With the knowledge of the Absolute, the value of consciousness radically changes, as it is from this knowledge that we can correctly consider the essence of our actions and the importance of feelings. Indeed, having its origin in the Absolute, we can understand what is good and bad for our Creator, since the essence we have to consider is the essence with which we were created.

It is as if, alongside the tree of life, the tree of the discernment of good and evil had been planted for us, so that now we have in our consciousness the source of wisdom and understanding of good and evil.

What is our purpose?

We are similar to the Creator, but we are not like Him, and that is the real problem, because the purpose of our creation is for us to be like God, as it is written, "be perfect, as your Father in heaven is perfect." The next step in our evolution is to go from being vain creatures to being eternal children of the Creator. Let us make an act of consciousness and recognize that feelings and intentions originating from the spirit are transcendent, and therefore undoubtedly more valuable than the senses and physical expressions. With this, we can consciously decide what is best for us, as the spirit gains life when it becomes conscious, which also gives us hope knowing that we can transcend with this new life, consequently granting us peace by removing the uncertainty of death in the soul.

We are similar to God, but we are not like Him, and the issue is that we were created to be like Him. The soul's destiny is to transcend its flesh and be in spirit and truth as God is. To think that we will find our purpose and destiny in vanity is a waste of time and condemns us, as we have been condemned, to uncertainty and a series of selfish efforts that lead most of our species to hypocrisy, crime, or vices, and above all, to a guilty conscience, all filled with despair for not understanding the Absolute and eternal God, which condemns us to death.

Philosophy, with these arguments, can scientifically resolve the dilemma of humanity by solving the mystery that was God. Previously, there was no conclusive demonstration to consider in our reasoning, as science is based on definitions and could not consider the undefined as part of its domain. Religion, which bases its explanations on metaphors and, although it contains universal truths, these were lost in the differences of its cultures and traditions, preventing agreements on transcendental issues for humanity, and therefore, could not convince scientists. At the end of the 19th century, this discussion was closed by denying the existence of God and asserting that we are a product of evolution, not creation, so the 20th century served the apparent for scientific but completely mistaken reasons.

There was no definition of God understood by science, so the understanding that religion holds could not be considered part of universal knowledge. And although many men of science considered the possibility that God existed, it had been impossible to explain, so we could only imagine and not discover everything that philosophy has to decipher and reveal, so that this knowledge can be universally transmitted.

Having demonstrated that the "All, Absolute, and Eternal is God," we have the opportunity to know Him and, with this same definition, communicate Him as the greatest and most important reason for human existence. We cease to consider the Absolute as a simple characteristic of something utopian, allowing it to be part of our understanding. With this knowledge, we can bring to life a new absolute and eternal being that is latent within us, knowing that this knowledge is useful in favor of a new way of life. To know God implies going from being a simple creation to being like He is. By understanding the meaning of our essence, which is His essence, we can become aware of our spirit in our decisions, which would make us part of the Creator's nature. We would no longer be merely similar in the subjective capacity to create, but we would be the essence of His essence, the will of His will, begotten of His Spirit and not created, His children. We would cease to be mere creatures without hope and full of vanity, in order to transcend together and be with Him and in Him for eternity.

Children of God:

We have mathematically defined God and logically reasoned its meaning, allowing science to consider it and become part of its reality. In addition to justifying the existence of God and its meaning, we deduce that He is a person, since in His definition He is conceived as someone, not as something. We also analyzed His context, looking at the entire universe as His expression, not as His being. This knowledge is not useless, as it helps us to understand God and ourselves by being immersed in it and starting from it with a clear purpose.

Knowledge of God is valuable and important, but our culture can be an enemy of reason, as we often assume God's existence without knowing Him. The difference between reality and imagination is that reality can be understood by everyone. Science has solved many mysteries and helped us understand previously unknown truths.

Culture can be a powerful enemy, as it shackles the mind and makes it a slave to ignorance. Therefore, it is necessary to question our culture and the assumptions that are instilled as truths. A friend convinced of the existence of God asked me to summarize in five points what we need to know God:

1) Recognize that you do not know Him.

2) Understand that God exists.

3) Repent of the damage we do to ourselves with our sin.

4) Recognize that God has provided what is necessary to be forgiven, such as the testimony of Jesus and His sacrifice.

5) Resurrect to the life to which we have been called together with Jesus Christ, as children of God.

These arguments can help us understand the mystery of God and reach the reality of being His children.

What is our destiny?

Eternal life is knowing God...

Proving the existence of God may sound so pretentious that I was advised not to be arrogant, to be humble, and not to admire myself for it. God used me to convey this message, and this is a revelation. Therefore, it would be appropriate to clarify that my sole purpose in being an instrument in this process is to awaken understanding, not imagination, in the hope that it will be useful in your lives. I wrote it in obedience because I know I would not forgive myself if I did not share this information, which is truly valuable and important for your lives.

Why are we so unaware?

The only thing that can change our behavior is certain and true knowledge. What we know exists is what we can truly value. If we only know the material body, then it is the only life we cling to since there is no other life and no hope of eternal life. Therefore, wealth, beauty, power, or fame will be our motivations because they matter for material life in the absence of another form of life. That is why it is written that "he who is born once dies twice, but he who is born twice dies only once."

In the preface of "The Picture of Dorian Gray," Orson Wells wrote: "A man can be forgiven for doing something useful, as long as he does not admire it. The only excuse for making a useless thing is that one admires it intensely." And he concludes by saying, "All art is quite useless." In these lines, he highlights one of the most poignant literary passages about the human condition: our deep need for acceptance and recognition, and in those lines, he pleads for admiration.

What can we do to give meaning to our lives? To feel that we do not need to be admired? To feel that we serve a purpose? To justify our existence?

I understood it when comprehended the end of things. The only thing that justifies the existence of things is that they serve the purpose for which they were created. If they serve something else, that's fine, but if they do not fulfill the purpose for which they were created, then it is not justified, their existence is useless. If a human being does not fulfill their reason for being and existing, it is understandable that they feel useless and wander around seeking the admiration of others, like a lost soul. For this reason, in the quest for admiration and recognition, they exaggerate their admiration and grant recognition for anything, futilely trying to fill their existential void. Void that only can be fill by God, when we be a sons of Him.

What can I do to convince you that what I write here is true, if we are surrounded by fortune-tellers and doom-mongers? Therefore, "I swear by him who lives forever and ever, who created the heaven and the things that are in it, the earth and the things that are in it, and the sea and the things that are in it, that the time would be no more". For the mystery of God has been accomplished, as he announced to his servants the prophets and is now revealing.

It seems that children are the only ones interested in knowing God. However, their curiosity ends when they are filled with fantasies, and their imagination begins to satisfy that curiosity. They are not told the truth because it is not understood, and worse, they lose interest in knowing God. It is no longer useful, as with what they imagine about God, they obtain the excuses and justifications they desire. But everything built upon that assumption is pure illusion, something entirely non-existent in reality.

Thus, our reason for being and existing is to be children of God and live a spiritual life, but in a world where we do not fully know God, we find ourselves lost and confused, seeking happiness in things that do not satisfy our spiritual needs. We face hopelessness and existential emptiness when we do not understand our purpose and eternal destiny.

To overcome this situation, we must seek and find God in our lives so that we can understand and embrace our divine purpose. We should pay attention to our conscience and what the Spirit dictates, setting aside the pursuit of happiness in vain and superficial things.

Through faith in Jesus Christ and the revelation of the mystery of God, we can find the truth that will help us live a full and meaningful spiritual life. When we recognize and accept our true reason for being and existing, we can find peace and happiness not found in earthly pleasures but in our relationship with God and fulfilling the purpose He has established for us.

Therefore, it is time to leave behind illusions and empty pursuits, and instead seek God and truly know Him. Only through this knowledge can we find eternal life and the peace we long for. Instead of focusing on luck or accumulating material things, we should focus on our relationship with God and living according to His will.

As we draw closer to God and understand our purpose and destiny, we can live more fulfilling and satisfying lives, overcoming the fear of death and finding true happiness in our relationship with our Creator. Only then can we fulfill our reason for being and existing and experience the eternal life and peace that God has prepared for us.


It is crucial that we recognize the importance of understanding our existence and purpose in life, dedicating time and effort to discerning the truth in what we have discussed here. We must not underestimate the value and destiny that God has prepared for us, and we should strive to live a worthy and meaningful life. Let us learn and teach with patience and persistence, seeking to reach a common understanding so that, someday, we may all know God and understand what we feel from the Spirit.

We face the task of fighting the good fight of faith, a sincere and genuine faith. God's will is that none of us be lost, and the creatures longing to be children of God await our glorious manifestation. We know that we are more than conquerors and that no human force can resist the truth. God is Spirit and truth, and we must take the truth as our banner to break the chains that bind us to death. Now that the mystery of God has been revealed, no one can deceive us.

This text encompasses both science and religion, emphasizing that God exists and is absolute. Everything that exists is a representation of His knowledge and will. What is presented here is not a human invention but a revelation from God. We must be humble and recognize that it is God who gives us the desire and ability to act, and that we are what we are because of His will and our acknowledgment of His power. Blessed be God, who has had mercy on His creation and has blessed us by revealing His truth and life.


Philosophical Council

Now we will analyze how knowledge of the Spiritual Universe impacts philosophy.


"God is spirit and truth, and there will come a day when it won't be necessary to say 'know God,' because we will all know Him."

Philosophy seeks wisdom and a complete understanding of reality, taking on the task of finding explanations and foundations based on various types of knowledge. Thus, philosophy encompasses empirical, systematic, and essential knowledge, all necessary to understand reality in its entirety and attain wisdom.

The reality of the Universe is constructed from the sensations and perceptions that we experience in different contexts, which leads us to understand that reality can be different for each individual. Consciousness also evolves with knowledge, from empirical consciousness to systematic consciousness and, finally, essential consciousness.

Even in its most elementary form, consciousness connects us with the spiritual through feelings, guiding us towards the Creator's absolute truth and allowing us to distinguish good from evil. The word philosophy, derived from the Greek roots Phylos and Sophya, means "longing for wisdom," but its interpretation has been confused by considering "Phylos" as love.

The lack of definition of the spirit is the reason why many consider God imaginary. Agape love, spiritual love, allows us to understand God as a real, knowable, and attainable being who can be part of ourselves. By submitting to the absolute and eternal God, we find the true reason for our life.

Including the Spiritual Universe in philosophy allows us to approach reality from a broader and transcendental perspective, recognizing the role of the spirit in our understanding of the world and ourselves. Philosophy, by integrating spiritual knowledge, can guide humanity in the quest for truth and wisdom and bring us closer to God and the fulfillment of our purpose as His children.

The Problem of Being: The Search for Essence

The study of Metaphysics in its three main branches, Cosmogony, Reasoning, and Theology, has been fundamental to understanding the structure of reality. However, it is important to recognize that, to arrive at a true understanding of Being, it is necessary to approach the problem from a unified perspective that incorporates both empirical and spiritual knowledge.

The empirical approach, based on direct experience and sensations, provides a solid foundation for understanding the essence of things. But, at the same time, it is necessary to recognize the importance of the spiritual dimension and its impact on our perception of reality. In this sense, it is crucial to consider how knowledge of the Spiritual Universe can contribute to a more comprehensive and profound view of philosophy.

To do this, it is necessary to overcome the limitations that have arisen due to the lack of definition of spirit and the misinterpretation of key concepts in the history of philosophy. Likewise, it is important to question the premises on which some philosophical currents are based, such as ontology, which seeks to explain reality through appearances, and metaphysics, which has been used in a vague and generalized manner.

Certain, correct, and verifiable knowledge of reality can only be achieved through the unification of the different branches of Metaphysics and the incorporation of spiritual knowledge. To this end, it is essential to base this thesis on incontrovertible, simple, and universal evidence that allows us to answer the fundamental questions about the structure of reality and the essence of Being.

Ultimately, the search for the essence of Being and understanding the structure of reality require an integrative and holistic approach that incorporates both empirical and spiritual knowledge. Only through this synthesis will it be possible to achieve a deeper and more complete vision of philosophy and our own existence in the Universe.

Spiritual knowledge, in contrast to material or rational knowledge, refers to the understanding of transcendental, mystical, or metaphysical aspects of reality, which are often found in the teachings of various religious and philosophical traditions. Today, science and technology have allowed humanity to understand the material world in a deeper and more precise way, and this has led some to wonder if science can also help clarify spiritual knowledge.

Throughout history, human beings have sought to transcend the limits of empirical and rational knowledge and explore the deeper and more enigmatic aspects of life and existence. Religious and philosophical teachings, such as those contained in the Bible, have been fundamental to this pursuit of deeper spiritual knowledge. However, as science and technology have advanced, so too have our capabilities to understand the world and the nature of reality.

In this context, it is possible that science and technology may play a role in expanding our spiritual knowledge. Scientific research in fields such as quantum physics and neuroscience has begun to shed light on aspects of reality that were once considered purely metaphysical or spiritual. Moreover, technology allows us to communicate and share ideas on a scale never before seen, which can facilitate the dissemination of spiritual knowledge and promote greater mutual understanding among diverse religious and philosophical traditions.

However, it is important to recognize that spiritual knowledge is, by its nature, distinct from empirical and rational knowledge. Although science can offer some insights into the nature of spiritual reality, it is possible that we may never fully comprehend the mystery and transcendence that characterize spiritual experience through science and technology alone.

Ultimately, spiritual knowledge remains an essential aspect of human experience, and the pursuit of truth and wisdom in this realm will continue to be a challenge and source of inspiration for future generations. Science and technology can be valuable tools in this quest, but we must also recognize and respect the limits of our knowledge and the uniqueness of spiritual experience.

As we progress in our pursuit of spiritual knowledge, it is crucial to maintain an open and receptive mind to the multiple perspectives and traditions that have addressed these topics throughout history. At the same time, we can leverage scientific and technological advancements to enhance our understanding of reality and explore how these discoveries can inform and enrich our spiritual experience.

One-way science and technology can contribute to the development of spiritual knowledge is by providing means to examine and validate the claims and teachings of various religious and philosophical traditions. For example, scientific studies in areas such as meditation and mindfulness practice have demonstrated their benefits for mental and physical health, which supports some of the claims made by spiritual traditions regarding the positive effects of these practices.

Furthermore, advances in communication technology have allowed for the creation of online communities and knowledge-sharing platforms where people from different spiritual traditions and cultures can share their experiences and learn from one another. This has enabled greater exchange and dialogue between different traditions and has fostered a broader and more nuanced understanding of the diversity of spiritual experiences.

Despite these advancements, it is important to remember that spiritual knowledge cannot be reduced to empirical or quantitative data. Spirituality, at its core, deals with subjective, personal, and ineffable experiences that transcend the realm of science and technology. Therefore, although science and technology can offer valuable and complementary insights, they cannot fully replace or discredit the spiritual experiences and wisdom that have been passed down and shared across generations.

In summary, science and technology can be useful tools in our pursuit of spiritual knowledge, but they should not be considered definitive solutions or substitutes for personal experiences and teachings passed down through religious and philosophical traditions. Instead, it is crucial to maintain a balanced and holistic approach, taking into account both scientific advancements and the rich and varied spiritual perspectives that make up the mosaic of human experience. By doing so, we can enrich our understanding of reality and move one step closer to wisdom and spiritual growth.

The Spirit and the Logic

Logic, as a fundamental tool in reasoning and understanding reality, can also be applied to the study and exploration of the spiritual realm. When analyzing spiritual concepts and experiences, it is important to use logic and critical thinking to discern their validity and meaning.

For example, when examining the teachings of various religious and spiritual traditions, we can apply formal and material logic to assess the coherence and truth of their claims. By doing so, we can distinguish teachings and practices that have a solid and logical foundation from those that may be based on superstitions or unfounded beliefs.

Likewise, when considering personal spiritual experiences, it is helpful to apply logic in terms of their understanding, scope, and precision. For instance, when reflecting on a mystical experience, we can ask ourselves whether the experience is positive or negative, simple or complex, concrete or abstract. We can also analyze whether the experience is transcendent, universal, particular, or singular, and whether it is clear, obscure, distinct, or confusing. By doing so, we can gain greater clarity and understanding of our own spiritual experiences and discern their meaning and relevance in our lives.

However, it is important to remember that logic has its limits when it comes to understanding the spiritual realm. Many spiritual experiences are intrinsically ineffable and difficult to describe with words or logical concepts. Furthermore, logic may sometimes be insufficient to encompass the entirety of spiritual reality, which often transcends rational categories and concepts.

Therefore, when applying logic to the study and exploration of the spirit, it is important to maintain a balanced and humble approach. Logic can be a valuable tool for analyzing and discerning aspects of the spiritual realm, but it should not become an obstacle to openness and receptivity to experiences that go beyond reason and logical reasoning. By maintaining an open and flexible approach, we can enrich our understanding of spiritual reality and cultivate a deeper and more meaningful spiritual life.

Improving the Understanding of Logic and Spirituality

Traditional logic, limited to a two-dimensional plane (matter and thought), often faces difficulties when addressing the complete human experience, including spirituality. Our subjectivity implies that our reasoning can be subjective, correct, and true. However, conventional logic does not take this subjectivity into account, hindering the understanding of the spirit in its context and transcendence.

Our perception of the material universe is based on our senses and how we interpret things. Although we have defined the three dimensions of this context, there are two other contexts that influence us: the rational and the spiritual. The lack of definition and understanding of these contexts in the past led to obscure and confusing reasoning, generating doubts and uncertainties in our self-awareness.

Confusion and doubt can be considered as the source of our "sin," as they affect the way we judge and value others' actions. Judgment should be used for discernment, not for condemnation. Those who judge often lack solid knowledge to back up their opinions. In this context, faith is crucial, as it allows us to act with conviction instead of doubt and fear.

Throughout history, religion has been marked by obscure reasoning and lack of discernment, leading to obscurantism and separation from God. However, divine mercy has brought light amid darkness, allowing people to discern good and evil and understand the spirit as something unique and valuable.

Proper discernment is essential for understanding our experiences and emotions. Uncertainty and lack of knowledge can generate fear and anxiety. For example, if we do not know the causes and treatment of a disease, we may feel fear and helplessness. On the other hand, if we are aware of our surroundings and understand the causes and effects of our actions, we can act with greater freedom and confidence.

Understanding the spiritual realm is crucial for addressing life's problems from their essence. Love and truth are powerful weapons to defend ourselves from any evil, while hope is fundamental for facing challenges with patience and temperance. By recognizing that spiritual life is the only life we can sustain, we can develop a deeper and more meaningful connection with the divine and our spiritual self.

The Soul and its Structure: Understanding the Transcendental and the Singular

The soul and the entire rational context encompass both the transcendental and the singular, as they are constructed from objective and subjective concepts that develop from their deepest essence to their ultimate expression. Feelings are present in our reasoning from our earliest moments of life, as evidenced by a child's cry in response to hunger or cold.

However, our awareness is often limited by a culture that values ideals over feelings and principles. This disconnection from feelings is the result of a lack of knowledge of God and spirituality.

The spiritual context, which is subjective and transcendent, is perceived through our feelings. Just as the senses capture a reality independent of reason, feelings allow us to discern spirituality. This connection between the physical and spiritual suggests that logic can also be subjective, correct, and true in the spiritual context.

The soul has physical, rational, and spiritual domains from conception. However, to reach its true potential, consciousness and the subconscious must acquire knowledge and experiences. Full consciousness arises when we understand reality and individualize ourselves through the ego. If knowledge is limited only to the empirical, full consciousness cannot be achieved, hindering self-mastery in the mind.

Consciousness is divided into three parts: physical, rational, and spiritual. Each part influences our perception, reflection, and deduction, and creates concepts that integrate into the subconscious. The subconscious is formed from the concepts acquired consciously or unconsciously and regulates inherent functions of the body, soul, and spirit.

When learning by imitation, knowledge can become obscure and diffuse. Assumption occupies a large part of our culture, leading to obscure and confusing reasoning. To develop an awareness of the spirit, deeper knowledge of what we feel is necessary, as spiritual laws and principles continue to govern their context.

It is essential to discern correctly from the most basic sensations to the deepest reasons so that our knowledge is true and can guide the self properly. By considering spiritual truths in our consciousness, these clear and distinct reasonings become certain acts in the subconscious. Proper reflection leads to acts of true faith, providing security and eliminating doubt and obscure premises from our understandings.

Consciousness: Understanding its Dimensions and Structures

Consciousness can be divided into three main dimensions: material, rational, and spiritual, each with its own characteristics and aspects. Material consciousness relates to the senses, rational consciousness to emotions, and spiritual consciousness to feelings.

Material Consciousness: senses

Rational Consciousness: emotions

Spiritual Consciousness: feelings

---Knowledge => Subconscious---

The subconscious begins to integrate through imitation in an empirical way without becoming conscious, as knowledge is acquired unconsciously at the beginning and passage of our life. It is also divided into three parts: material unconscious, rational unconscious, and spiritual unconscious. These parts are influenced by imitation, culture, and dogma, respectively.

As we acquire more knowledge, imitation decreases, as our consciousness allows us to validate our actions and pass them into the subconscious without uncertainty or fear. If the essential is clear and certain, there will be no doubts in the spiritual realm, which will also provide us with greater security in the physical and rational realms.

Consciousness is divided according to what we perceive into:

• Elemental: related to basic sensations of which we are generally aware.

• Rational: if we understand the reasons that produce these sensations.

• Essential: if we know the intentions that gave rise to these sensations, becoming aware of the essence of things themselves.

Knowledge, according to universal criteria, has been classified into:

"Common sense": a spontaneous appreciation that is reflected in a dispersed reality and communicated as cultural convention.

"Scientific": methodical, systematized, and proven knowledge that often does not apply to subjective contexts due to a lack of appropriate criteria.

"Philosophical": a reflective appreciation of a unified reality that is rationally justified, as it demands subjecting every explanatory argument to logical principles that determine its validity.

These criteria help determine if knowledge is valid, but as mentioned earlier, the lack of understanding of God and the spirit in the conception and testing of subjective contexts, whether rational or spiritual, has created a void in the proper appreciation of the Self. Although this knowledge is true, verification is personal, making it essential to have solid arguments to support our criteria for truly knowing God and achieving a clear conception of our spirit, which is an incontrovertible proof of our hope.

Knowledge provides us with the certainty of our actions, and as we raise our consciousness from singular to transcendent, this certainty increases. If we are unaware of the true value of the transcendent in our Being, the apparent may take precedence in our value system over intentions. In the confusion of ideas, many do not consider the absolute and eternal, that is, God, to be the most important for their development. Due to a lack of knowledge, physical sensations often prevail over spiritual ones, leading to disorder and struggle between the desires of the flesh and the intentions of the spirit. This conflict of values is the logical consequence of our civilization, as humans tend to follow their instincts as a guide to behavior if they lack spiritual principles and values.

People pursue power and fame to feel superior to others, believing that in this way, they can obtain what they desire. By underestimating feelings in favor of ideals, they do not understand the true value of their own spirits and the eternal life to which they could aspire. It is impossible to order behavior without a value system based on God. Fear of the unknown and the incomprehensible causes humans to act maliciously, deceitfully, or violently when trying to achieve what they desire.

When we know the true essence of what we are, we have the freedom to be in essence, science, and appearance, as understanding the essence implies understanding the appearance with perfect logic. In this way, we can be exactly what we should be, enjoying a freedom that we cannot achieve in any other way. The sacrifice of Jesus on the cross, without the knowledge of the essence of his actions, lacks universal significance. Therefore, it is necessary to understand the spirit with which they were carried out. If we are unaware of or confuse his true purposes, we will not be able to value and treasure the supreme and sublime act for the forgiveness of our sins. Jesus gave us, in his life and death, the testimony we need to understand what is truly valuable and important, allowing us to resurrect our own spirit and achieve our purpose, reaching an eternal destiny with God and in God for all eternity.

Spiritual Consciousness

When the Spirit of truth comes, it will convince the world of sin, righteousness, and judgment. Of sin, because they do not know God nor believe in His word; of righteousness, since Jesus has paid for our sins and we see Him no more; and of judgment because the prince of this world has been defeated by understanding the true meaning of Jesus' sacrifice. By dying to sin, our spirit will resurrect, for Jesus Christ is the resurrection and the life. Because if Christ did not rise from the dead, our faith is in vain, and we remain in our sins.

The soul identifies us as individuals in our own reasoning and is constructed in the same way in all humans. However, of the entirety of the Self, we are only conscious of a small part of its surface. In this consciousness lies the ego, which is the "I want" and is the image of who we are. Here we find free will, which determines, according to the scale of values, whether we will listen to what our conscience tells us through feelings or not. This consciousness is the intuitive part of the psyche that tells us if what we do is right or wrong, to protect us spiritually from ourselves. This is what the Bible mentions as sin, for the conscience, as also mentioned, is the voice of God. As long as we do not know our own spirit, which is the same Spirit of God, our conscience will either accuse or excuse us in our decision-making, even if we do not understand it.

In the knowledge of God lies the strength to overcome uncertainty and fear, to transform our will for our benefit. This is the part of the soul that binds us to the essential, to the absolute, to the Creator. But due to our ignorance, the ego in individuals is exalted by the cultural pride of power and fame, neglecting to consider what spiritual consciousness is trying to tell us. Nevertheless, even when we are unaware of the meaning of spiritual perceptions, they continue to draw our attention to certain actions we perform. This leads us to experience altered psychological states that manifest from depression, resentment, and bitterness to excessive joy, excessive pleasure, or excessive food intake. Subconsciously, through dreams, we try to channel our feelings without knowing how to do so, without being able to understand their true purpose and meaning. This is because, regardless of the understanding we may have of the origin and meaning of sensations, the perception of them produces an empirical effect that affects our soul even without an explanation to justify it.

All psychological illnesses have a spiritual origin, even those that arise from a biological disorder. This is because certain events or circumstances emotionally affect us when they go against our essence. Spiritual consciousness, manifested through feelings, guides us, beyond social or cultural norms, on the path that allows us to overcome suffering and achieve well-being.

We can control the influence of the ego on our value scale and be more intuitive, knowing that not only what happens outside of us affects us, but more profoundly, we are affected if we do not listen to what spiritual consciousness has to say. By understanding the intentions of the Spirit, we can intelligently, deeply, extensively, and accurately subject our will, guiding us on the path of good and truth, unmistakably recognizing what is wrong. This consciousness is the tool the soul has to know God and what He wants from us: our redemption.

It is undeniable that paying attention to what the Spirit dictates will make us feel good, but the reason for that sensation is not superficial and insignificant. The true reason for the existence of that Spirit within us is for it to become our own Self. To know God with certainty lays the foundation for the conception of our Spirit in the soul and is the incontrovertible proof of our hope in having the spiritual life that is transcendent and eternal. This alone demonstrates that our purpose is to be children of the one true God, the absolute and eternal God, who is begotten in us to truly be His children.

Spiritual Statements

Good and Evil

Understanding the difference between good and evil is essential in human life, as our decisions and actions have an impact on ourselves and those around us. The distinction between good and evil transcends moral and cultural norms, as it is rooted in our spirituality and connection with God.

Instead of judging and condemning others, we should show mercy and compassion towards those who have fallen into sin. By confronting evil with positive actions, we follow God's example and help guide lost souls towards truth and redemption.

The struggle between good and evil represents a spiritual battle that we all face throughout our lives. To overcome this struggle, we must reflect on our intentions and decisions and seek the guidance of God's Spirit. Only by knowing and understanding God can we adequately discern what is good and bad in our lives.

It is essential that our actions are not guided by selfishness and ignorance. Instead, we must recognize and accept the truth of our actions and their consequences, and strive to do what is right and just. By doing so and draw closer to our purpose and eternal destiny, to become children of God.

Understanding the nature of good and evil allows us to make conscious and informed decisions in our daily lives. In this way, we can live according to the spiritual values and principles that guide us towards truth, love, and justice.

Life is a journey of spiritual growth and self-knowledge. As we face and overcome challenges and temptations, we become stronger and wiser. Through faith in God and the willingness to follow His guidance, we can reach our full potential as human beings and live lives filled with love, peace, and happiness.

Let us always remember that, although we face adversities and temptations in our lives, we are not alone in this struggle. God is always with us, guiding and protecting us on our spiritual journey. By trusting in His wisdom and love, we can face any adversity and overcome evil in our lives.

Let us move forward on our spiritual path with courage and determination, aware that we are in pursuit of a greater purpose and a more fulfilling life. May our actions always be guided by the light of truth and goodness, and may we constantly seek God's wisdom and guidance in our lives

 Love: Essence of Life

Love is the very essence of life, the verb that originates all creation. It is the power of God manifesting in each of us, granting us the strength to overcome adversities with courage and will. It is capable of conquering fear, controlling anguish and aggression with patience, gentleness, and temperance. Love is the greatest power in the universe, the only known weapon to defeat the tyrant, the coward, the liar, the murderer, the fool, the ignorant, man's predator, which is man himself. When we lack hope, we become frustrated, complexed, and traumatized, leading to uncontainable anger, a reflection of our culture and its vain values and ideals. Love, however, is the manifestation of God, evident in all things created since the beginning of the world. It is the source of wisdom and intelligence itself, our origin, and humanity's purpose. To discover, know, and enjoy it is the pleasure and excitement of the wonderful essence of living life. Love is within reach of the humble, the simple, and the sincere, with no more work than their faith and the knowledge accessible to all. God is love and truth, and our purpose in this world is to know God, understand His love and truth, to be transformed and achieve the purpose for which God created us: to be His children. "For God so loved the world that, even though we were destitute of the coming glory due to our sins, God sent His Son, Christ, our spirit, so that we might live through Him," so that by knowing Him we may overcome sin and death.

Love, like hatred, is a spiritual sentiment we experience with feelings, not emotions. Many people mistakenly consider love as something subject to our will and emotionality. If we strip feelings of their emotional charge, in the case of hatred, it would be anger, resentment, and the desires it provokes, like revenge; only indifference caused by hatred would remain. Feelings not only produce emotions but also other sentiments, such as anguish, bitterness, loneliness, and immense sadness. Hatred is much more than anger; it is the destruction of self-love, love for others, and love for God.

The intentions and motivations behind our emotions have a sentimental charge that distinguishes us and reveals the spirit and essence with which we act. To love is the very essence of life, not the appearance of things. Loving our neighbor is to love in essence, not because of their appearance. Love is not a desire; it is to love both friend and enemy without making distinctions between people. We were created by love and for love, not to hate. Instinct is physical, desire or wanting is filial and belongs to the soul, but love is spiritual. The Spirit of God is the Spirit of creation, and that Spirit is love and life. The purpose for which we were created is to beget His love within us, to be loved by Him and to love as He loves us, turning our body into the vessel that contains that love, the temple of the very Spirit of the Creator, for a time, until, after having understood, we are transformed and leave behind the seed that saw us born.

Love creates a pleasant and perfect atmosphere, full of peace, different from that obtained by obligation or commitment, which could be considered a form of hatred. Although love involves commitment, it is not a commitment in itself, and although it obliges, it is not a burden. From this, we deduce that we were created by love because by hatred we simply could not have been created. If there are those who think they were born to suffer and hate, it is because they have separated themselves from the Spirit with which they were created. Love is no respecter of persons; it is man, in his selfishness and envy, who destroys the true purpose of creation

Love is the Spirit of the Creator, but if God is unknown, how is it possible to consider Him in decision-making? Due to this lack of knowledge, instinct and selfishness have filled the hearts of humanity with hatred, distancing us from love, peace, and joy, the fruit of the Spirit, the true reason for all existence. Love is kind and good, calm and serene, and produces unshakable faith in those who practice it. "In love, there is no fear, because fear carries punishment within itself, and whoever fears has not been perfected in love." "God is love, and whoever abides in love, abides in God and God in them," for we were created by the love of God to live in love, not in fear.

Love is not a decision; wanting is. We can desire and love, but we cannot love simply by wishing it. To say that love is a decision is like saying that God is a decision because God is spirit and the spirit of God is love, and it does not depend on our desires. If we are not worthy of love, we simply cannot do it. We can want and hate at the same time, as happens in many self-destructive human relationships: they want, desire, and need each other, but they hate, despise, and use each other without love. We can also want and love at the same time, making our human relationships something beautiful; but we cannot love and hate at the same time. What we can decide is to live to love.

If we used our reason to understand love, to be that love and serve love and truth, we would not be unhappy, we would not hate, we would not be bored, we would not have vices nor would we be slaves to our passions and desires. We could live fully, enjoying the true meaning of life. Instead, humanity has used reason to justify its desires, vices, and passions, which has generated hatred and destruction instead of love and peace.

Love is the force that transforms the human being, making them capable of facing life's challenges with courage, wisdom, and compassion. Love allows us to see beyond ourselves and connect with humanity and creation. Love leads us to be better people, to seek the well-being of others and to act with justice and generosity.

Love is not blind; on the contrary, it allows us to see clearly the purpose of our existence and the priorities we must establish in our lives. It enables us to recognize our weaknesses and mistakes and urges us to overcome them with humility and perseverance. Love is not about possessing or dominating others; it is about giving ourselves, serving, and collaborating for the common good.

In conclusion, love is the essence of life, the manifestation of God in our being and in the entire creation. Love teaches us to live in harmony, to be just and generous, to be faithful and compassionate. Love leads us to seek the truth and to devote ourselves to it, to overcome our fears and to face adversities with courage and wisdom. Love is the most powerful force in the universe and our true reason for being. By living in love, we draw closer to God, to truth, and to the eternal purpose of our existence.

The happiness

What is the one thing that truly allows us to enjoy everything we can have in this life and gives real purpose to our lives? Fulfilling our reason for being and existing as children of God, that is the source of "Happiness."

"How wonderful is the peace that consumes me and the joy of doing what I always do. How wonderful the routine and the new experience; everything I do pleases me because I am happy." –

How many times do we hear that what really matters in life is being happy? Happiness is a reflection of spiritual life; having faith, hope, and love amidst any circumstance is true happiness.

We forget that our natural state is to be happy, without guilt, without hatred or resentment, without complexes, without traumas or frustrations. We were once innocent children, but we forgot this due to the offenses suffered, dogma learned, ignorance, the trauma of a hopeless life, and sin. We did not inherit truth and life; we were judged before sinning and sinned before understanding. Jesus' sacrifice was vilified and used as moral blackmail to subdue our will. There is no one who does good, no righteous person, not even one, and joy is just an excuse for lust and perversion. What happiness?

Let us rediscover happiness by fulfilling our purpose, reclaiming life as children of God, loving and understanding the depth of its meaning. For God so loved the world that, being sinners and being deprived of the coming glory, He gave us Jesus Christ in living sacrifice so that we may live through Him. Love contains true happiness, and it is through loving that it is found.

Eroticism and desire are not sin, but simply pleasure and vanity. However, love is the spirit that gives them cause and meaning, so that sex can be a reason for happiness. If we can subject our desires to what makes us happy, we will not need to seclude ourselves. If we subject our desires, we do not need all things, nor the best body, nor titles; we only need to act considering what we feel, doing for love what brings us peace and joy, instead of what, out of hatred, only harms us, distressing and afflicting our spirit.

Happiness is not a consequence of suggestion or deception; it is a spiritual state that can only be achieved with love and truth.

The truth

God is the truth and the life; to know Him is to find the truth that frees us from sin and death. Christ Jesus spoke of these things in allegories; now is the moment when God no longer speaks to us in allegories, but rather clearly announces to us about the Father, since He Himself speaks to us and reveals His mystery to us, so that truth and life may be manifested in us, who have been called to be His children. The continuous cry of creatures awaits the glorious manifestation of the children of God, so that the grace of God may reign for justice and eternal life through Jesus Christ.

The truth is the opposite of a lie; it is true, correct, and verifiable. But it is necessary to define the parameters so that the truth is verified. Just as science needs to establish parameters to deduce its laws, we must also establish them on the mental and spiritual planes to deduce its truths. If we define a truth on a relative plane, our truth will be relative; if we define it on an absolute plane, the truth will be absolute.

Spiritual truth is absolute because the spirit is absolute and transcendent, encompassing the mental and the physical. The truth is the reality of each level of our consciousness; knowing it, we understand what we are in reality. But to deny it is to consent to lies, justifying our doubts and fears. There is no justification for this, because reality is evident.

Spiritual truth is the instrument that reason has to understand with certainty the what, how, when, where, why, and for what of our actions and to correctly decide what we are going to do. At this time, almost the entire population suffers, has suffered, or will suffer from some mental illness that does not allow them to be truly happy. This information helps us to reflect on what the knowledge of spiritual truth can achieve: true freedom.

It is our responsibility to investigate the word of truth, to patiently and consistently learn and communicate God's truth, because God is spirit and truth. Let us ask God to have mercy and prepare the hearts of people to understand and allow the truth to transcend in our reality and in our lives.

Let's know the truth and discard the lie. Let us remove the blindfold from our eyes and help remove the chains of understanding in others through the truth, the evident manifestation of life in those of us who are children of God. Let us reflect in the simplest way and with the use of common sense to discover and recognize what has been established. Through true faith, let us achieve the permanent peace and joy that the security of our convictions gives us. Let us be creators of humanity's destiny, changing our culture so that destiny can be reshaped by those who know the truth. Let us not allow others to be swept away by the force and power of ignorance; let us share the knowledge of God, and He Himself will guide us into all truth.

The truth has a scope in the three planes of reality: physical truth occurs when events happen, and the soul validates them in its timeless reality. However, in the soul, there are independent realities that are lies in the material and spiritual realms because the soul can be deceived. Similarly, there are manifestations in which it is claimed that something happened in reality when, in truth, it only occurred in someone's imagination. Spiritual truth, on the other hand, is essential and valid in any of the planes in which it develops. The problem is that, by feeling the spirit without understanding it, the mind can be deceived by the imagination.

Let's now understand the truth that supports this discoveries, to stop imagining and comprehend the reality of God. Spiritual truth is the instrument that reason has so that we can understand our actions with certainty and decide correctly what we are going to do.

By knowing the truth and discarding the lie, we untie the blindfold from our eyes and help remove the chains of understanding in others. Through the truth, the evident manifestation of life in those who are children of God, let's reflect in the simplest way, using common sense, to discover and recognize what has been established. Through true faith, let's achieve the permanent peace and joy that the security of our convictions provides.

Let's be the creators of humanity's destiny, changing our culture so that the destiny can be reshaped by those who know the truth. Do not let others be swept away by the force and power of ignorance. Share the knowledge of God, and He Himself will guide us into all truth. In this way, we can live in spirit and truth eternally, and humanity can enjoy the peace and joy that come from knowing and living according to God's truth.


How many people confuse faith with dogma? Faith is the assurance of what is hoped for and the conviction of what is not seen; it is certainty and conviction, and it leaves no room for doubt. This indicates that the faith of many consists of dogmas without understanding. To have faith, a foundation and certainty are needed, even if not seen, because what is known is not what is seen, but what is understood. Therefore, it was essential to solve the mystery of God so that, by understanding His existence, we can comprehend our own. God is the foundation of everything explain here; if God does not exist, everything else is mere rhetoric and unfounded suggestion. Thus, we must understand God as the most basic concept to be the foundation of all our faith (the cornerstone rejected by the builders of our culture).

When there is genuine faith in God, no matter how small, it can grow to convince the soul of sin, righteousness, and judgment. Faith is like a mustard seed, the smallest of seeds, but it can grow like the largest tree and shade many with its branches. So, the understanding of God begins with the most basic idea: the certainty of His existence. From there, we can build in the soul the reality in which we are immersed: a transcendent and eternal reality for which we need a real, absolute, and transcendent God to whom we can cling. Let's stop dreaming of an uncertain destiny and hold on to the truth and life that we can only find in God.

Many times, we do something true and real without being convinced of it; we do it out of habit or because someone else did it, and that is dogma. We can also find ourselves believing in something we are convinced of, even if it is not true, which we can consider as a deception of our culture due to our ignorance. That's why it's necessary to demonstrate and substantiate reasoning because the difference between faith and dogma is conviction and certainty. Faith is an act in which we are convinced and know it is true, because it needs to be true to work in faith, so that it is not blind obedience, but true conviction that guides us. Faith is essential to know God because although we feel Him, without faith we do not understand Him, and by understanding what He dictates in our own conscience, the Spirit of truth will guide us into all truth.

When we become aware of our actions and reflect on their causes, we realize that we act based on dogmas and lies because those are what inhabit our soul. If we reevaluate knowledge according to faith, understanding what we are physically, mentally, and spiritually, we will verify which actions give life and which condemn us, so that we can be convinced, knowing that our motivations are correct and base our actions on everything, in an act of faith that guides us to the truth. And if we are wrong, to repentance. Let's not forget that all divination is a lie, even if what was predicted occurs, so that we understand that everything that does not come from faith is sin.

There are people who eat meat and there are people who eat only vegetables. Let those who eat not look down on those who do not eat, and let those who do not eat not judge those who eat, because whether we live or die, we belong to the Lord. The faith that you have, keep it to yourself before God. Blessed is the one who does not condemn himself in what he approves, but he who doubts and still does it is condemned because he does not do it with faith, for everything that does not come from faith is sin.

Faith is the certain act of which we are convinced. Faith is a fruit of the spirit; it is not subject to our will, but to our understanding. In this way, just like love, when we know it, we can recreate it, so faith increases as we know and understand God in a reflective act. By developing our faith, we will be able to discern between what is true and what is false, and to act accordingly, basing our actions on the conviction of the truth and the life that we can find only in God.

Freedom and Innocence

Freedom is a feeling that provides security and authority in our activities, decisions, and attitudes. It is an ideal that we have sought throughout our history, manifesting itself in different philosophical currents and in revolutions and wars. However, in many cases, this pursuit has overlooked the most important notion for its realization: responsibility. Talking about freedom without knowing the principles on which it is based, sustained, and realized can foster greed. In contrast, establishing and promoting freedom responsibly is a necessary act.

Responsibility is acquired in study, work, marriage, and is realized with freedom as long as we prepare for it. Knowing our limits and capabilities allows us to act with confidence, feeling the sensation of freedom and trust. It is important not only to know what surrounds us but also what constitutes us. Knowing oneself is essential because as we know ourselves, we perfect our abilities.

Reason and imagination are tools to increase judgment, but often the information to solve spiritual problems is inadequate. To discern information, the use of principles that ground knowledge and help us find freedom is necessary. Spiritual freedom is achieved by understanding the consequences of our actions and what makes them good or bad.

Being innocent in malice but wise in understanding is key to feeling free in the spirit's conscience. Freedom without responsibility is libertinism, while responsibility without freedom is slavery. Reflecting on our actions, grounding our decisions with the knowledge of God, gives us the possibility of achieving the freedom to which we are called.

Freedom is linked to innocence, but there is a significant difference between being innocent and being childish. Innocence is intention, the opposite of malice, while being childish is being irresponsible. Being like a child is not being foolish; it is being without malice, seeking the welfare of all. Innocence is a treasure that should not be lost and can be recovered, but we must stop confusing ignorance with innocence.

In summary, freedom and innocence are closely related, and it is essential to address them with responsibility and knowledge. Knowing our limits, capabilities, and principles will allow us to act consciously, seeking the well-being of everyone and feeling truly free in our actions and decisions.

Preserving freedom and innocence in our society is a collective task that also involves knowledge of the spirit. The human spirit, in general terms, is the immaterial and intangible essence that guides us in making decisions and taking actions. By nurturing and understanding our spirit, we can achieve greater balance in our lives and contribute to a more just and free society.

Knowledge of the spirit allows us to explore and understand our deepest emotions, motivations, and desires. In doing so, we can develop greater empathy and understanding towards ourselves and others. This helps us cultivate greater tolerance, respect, and love, fundamental values for preserving freedom and innocence in our society.

Spirituality can also be a valuable resource for addressing internal and external challenges and conflicts. By cultivating our connection with the divine, whether through religion, meditation, prayer, or other spiritual practices, we can find solace, guidance, and wisdom in difficult times. This spiritual perspective can help us maintain innocence and purity of our intentions, even amid a often turbulent and chaotic world.

To foster knowledge of the spirit and achieve the desired freedom and innocence, it is crucial to promote practices and activities that nourish our spiritual dimension. Education, both at home and in school, should include learning about various spiritual and philosophical traditions, fostering mutual respect and understanding. Additionally, it is essential to provide opportunities for introspection and self-examination, such as meditation, reflective writing, or participation in discussion groups.

Ultimately, by combining knowledge of the spirit with responsibility, self-awareness, and education, we can create a society in which freedom and innocence are protected and promoted values. This will allow us to live in harmony with ourselves, with others, and with the world around us, fully enjoying the freedom and innocence we long for.


Arise, shine, for your light has come, and the glory of the absolute and eternal God has risen upon you. Though darkness covers the earth and obscurity the nations, the Lord will dawn upon you, and His glory will be seen in you. The nations will walk towards your light, and the kings to the brightness of your birth. Your sons will come from afar, and your daughters will be carried in arms. Then you will see and shine; your heart will marvel and expand. I will glorify the house of my glory, to bring your children from afar, carrying with them deeds of righteousness and mercy, in the name of the Lord, your God, and the Holy One of Israel, who has glorified you.

There are numerous laws and regulations, established according to moral and ethical standards defined by humans, which dictate which acts are lawful or not. The law is not necessarily just, but it helps regulate human relationships. No one should be above justice, but there are those who act above it, and although the law does not condemn them, conscience always accuses or excuses our actions. For this reason, some must cauterize their consciences, evading their effects and mitigating their pain, until they break with their reality.

In the world of reasons, there will always be some justification, but in the spirit, the law is absolute, and the consequences are indisputable. Just as you feel pain when receiving a blow, you also feel sin without being able to avoid it, for the law of the spirit's nature is written and dictates the consequences of disobedience and the condemnation we must pay. Despite sinning and knowing that we are condemned, we are not aware of the extent of the consequences of our condemnation. We continue to breathe and seek reasons to justify our actions, but we still feel guilt and affliction.

The spirit is absolute, and the law that governs its nature is too. If we sin, the fair payment for our disobedience is death, without half measures or justifications. Therefore, it is essential to understand and consider God's justice in our decision-making, as it is incontrovertible and unappeasable.

Injustice comes from hopelessness, which leads to committing atrocities in favor of selfishness. But when being honest with oneself and becoming aware of one's actions, conscience always accuses and condemns, because justice is spiritual and valid in any circumstance. Let us regain hope to have justice as a stronghold, to have a clear conscience, and that our actions do not condemn us because the law was established so that sin would be evident, or in other words, for justice there is no law.

The one who fulfills God's will pleases Christ and is approved by men. Now that we live in times of laws and institutions, promoting justice is promoting peace. Reflecting on justice, we realize that only the one who loves unconditionally, without seeking one's own and without showing favoritism, fulfills God's will and is just. Their works are just because love is the sum of God's intentions and justifies those who practice it. Whoever loves complies with the law and the intentions of justice.

Within institutions of justice, judges interpret the law and administer justice, albeit in a limited way, as justice has not been grounded in the knowledge of God. Love is manifest justice, and forgiveness is the highest justice. Judges cannot forgive if we are found guilty, but God can forgive us if we repent because He loves us. We can also forgive if we love, for it is not up to the spiritual being to judge or condemn those who commit injustices but to fulfill the law written in our hearts, transforming institutions and laws when we identify injustices that, due to their flaws, they have allowed. We must seek the knowledge of God to transform the law according to justice, changing the system of life if necessary. Let us transform institutions with the knowledge of God and educate each of their members to achieve a just society, formed by individuals who love and do justice.

There are people who dictate unjust and imperfect laws, laws that govern society but which take precedence over justice, judging and condemning for the benefit of a few at the expense of the majority. Many of these laws were established based on particular criteria and are preached as certain, universal, and true, almost as if they were spiritual laws, corrupting and confusing human conscience. These laws seek to judge and condemn others and impose their will through force, which not only does not justify them in their actions but condemns them. Discovering God's laws is not the same as imposing human laws. These laws have not taught us to love, forgive, and restore one another with love, but instead judge and condemn us even in more trivial matters.

However, the law of God is summarized in two commandments: you shall love God above all things and you shall love your neighbor as yourself. These commandments have no laws against them, but they are expressed in the Ten Commandments. To fulfill these commandments without having obtained the grace of love through the forgiveness of our sins is impossible, for as long as there is no life in the spirit, we live for the flesh and its disordered desires. Therefore, it is understood that these laws were written so that sin would be evident.

We must understand that spiritual laws govern the spiritual universe, and just as there were those who discovered physical laws, there were also those who discovered spiritual laws. These laws are unbreakable and immutable, and they cannot be modified or adapted to our liking. Therefore, it is crucial that we seek the knowledge of spiritual laws and strive to comply with them in our daily lives.

If we want to live in a just society and in harmony with ourselves, we must start by changing our perspective on justice and recognizing the existence of spiritual laws that govern our existence. As we delve into the knowledge of God's laws, we begin to understand the importance of justice, love, and forgiveness in our lives. These fundamental values allow us to transcend the limitations imposed by human laws and live in a deeper and more meaningful spiritual reality.

Likewise, it is necessary to promote education and training in justice and love, not only in legal institutions but also in our communities and homes. Teaching new generations to love, forgive, and be fair to their fellow human beings is an essential task for building a more equitable and harmonious society. Only then will we be able to transform our laws and institutions according to spiritual laws and live under the governance of divine justice and love.

In conclusion, to achieve a just society, we must understand and live according to the spiritual laws that govern the universe, promote education in justice and love, and transform our laws and institutions so that they are in harmony with God's will. By doing so, we will be in tune with our spirit and be able to experience a fuller and more meaningful life.

Life and death

Jesus said, "those who are born once die twice, but those who are born twice die only once." In the soul lies free will, the self, what makes us individuals, and the soul lives for what it knows and understands. Thus, if we know the body, we live for the body, but if we are unaware of the spirit. How can the soul live in the spirit? So, a new birth is needed in consciousness for life to manifest differently; because if we are not born of the Spirit, when we die, not only does the body die, but we also die for the spirit by which we could live to save the soul, understanding that the spirit that can be born in man is the same spirit of God, and that Spirit cannot die.

The body lives when it is conceived, born, grows, and reproduces, in a life cycle in which it ages and dies. This death is the most feared because it is not understood that it is just a seed, and it is not understood because another form of life is not known, a life with which we have hope, with which we have awareness of God and the eternity of the spirit; the existence of the body is relative, it dies and ceases to be constituted as such (a vessel is a vessel until the day it breaks). The spirit is born to destroy the chains that bind us to sin and death, but it is essential to be awake, conscious in our understanding of reality and the life to which we can aspire, because if we do not awaken, we will continue dreaming, trying to achieve in material life something that only with "Christ, our spirit," can we attain.

The life of the soul is manifested in the three planes of our consciousness; physical death involves the soul, for when the body dies, the "self" dies in what was united to the body. Who am I? The body, which is born to die, or the spirit, which is born for eternal life and peace? If I am that body, what hope do I have? If I am the body, the soul dies without hope, because the body has no hope.

Let us analyze the soul; when it ceases to be conscious of its body, there is no awareness of its actions, and the body lives in a vegetative state or dies, something similar to what occurs in autism; if it disconnects from its body, it lives no more for it. When the soul evades reality because it finds it unbearable, it tries through drugs or any activity that alienates it to evade it, for not be conscious of it; it is like mental suicide, ceasing to live for itself in reality, waiting for its death because it has no hope, because it did not get what it wanted, because it considers itself useless. But this is actually a reflection of spiritual death, which is manifested in the soul by feelings, filling the heart with pain and bitterness, ceasing to feel love and peace, being separated from God by sin. From this, we can conclude that there are two forms of death for the soul: physical death and spiritual death when it cannot be conscious of the body or the spirit.

The Life and Death of the Spirit, manifested in feelings:

● Spiritual Life                         Spiritual Death

● Love                                 Hate

● Peace                                 Anguish

● Joy                                         Affliction

● Kindness                                 Selfishness

● Benevolence                         Malice

● Gentleness                                 Aggressiveness

● Temperance (courage and will)         Cowardice (fear and weakness)

● Self-control (patience)                 Insecurity (desperation)

● Faith (conscious)                         Dogma (unconscious)

We can die spiritually long before the end of our physical life, and that spiritual death feels like a real death within us. It is not a fabrication, nor is it a learned reaction as part of our culture; our suffering is not imaginary. In spirit and truth, we suffer and die, making it a true martyrdom to endure the corpse that we essentially are. Palliatives, suggestive therapies, or narcotics that help us cope with suffering or imagination do not solve the problem because, sooner or later, or even on the verge of physical death, if we have not resolved our spiritual death, we will suffer hell in our consciousness, if we are aware of eternity, or our existence will have ended. Either way, it is a lost life.

The body dies only once, but as long as it lives, there is hope that spiritual death can be transformed into eternal life. In other words: if we are dead in spirit, we can come back to life. As long as the body is alive, there is hope for spiritual life. If we live with a void in our hearts, God can fill that void, but if the body dies without spiritual life, there is no remedy, no hope left, and no way to attain spiritual life.

Those of us who live by the Spirit, who live in His love, are at peace, trusting, waiting for the time when, freeing ourselves from this material body, we enter a new spiritual freedom. However, we must understand that the life to which we can aspire is fragile and must be cared for as the only truly valuable and important thing because God is faithful and just to forgive our sins if we repent since we had died in spirit due to ignorance. But once we have known the truth and life, what excuse will we have for God? Indeed, I tell you that there is no excuse, and our destiny would undoubtedly be terrible and without mercy, for having consciousness of eternity, what fate awaits us when we sin, aware of the damage we do to ourselves? The responsibility of knowing is immense, so we must strive to preserve what God has sown in us, for God is faithful and just to complete what He has started in us until we reach the stature of the perfect being. But it is our responsibility to guard with diligence the life we have attained.

Spiritual death, which in itself implies the death of the soul, often causes the soul to commit suicide in madness because the depression or trauma that death causes in the soul is understood, just as when the body suffers from illness or physical trauma. But if the spirit is unknown, it is not understood why the soul suffers, and the suffering is so severe that it causes most mental illnesses, which are, in reality, soul suicides that sometimes translate into physical death. However, due to the same lack of understanding, many of these illnesses are not recognized as such. Addictions are also mental illnesses, chains of the soul, true sins that dominate the will and kill the consciousness of people, which, along with sadomasochism, neurosis, and many obsessions, hallucinations, and others, make up the spectrum of the most well-known but least explained soul suicides.

The soul cannot be considered independent of the spirit, nor can it be considered separate from the body. Materialist theories view the body and soul as interdependent and observe everything from glands to behaviors. However, it could also be considered that behaviors influence glands because, in reality, the body is a recreation of the soul, not the other way around, as it is an instrument of the soul. But it is from the essence that the concept arises, and it is the concept that shapes the appearance. However, when the body becomes your being because you do not understand what you are in spirit, it is no longer your instrument, but you, and you end up corrupting the very essence with which you were created.

It is a fact that the three parts of our being influence each other in the state they are in, but if we know the spiritual, we will know the true origin of problems and the true response to them. With this understanding, the soul can overcome any physical, moral, or existential crisis and even have a better life in every way because the knowledge of the transcendent holds the power of the absolute in love and truth, as well as the eternal life to which we can aspire.

God's Concepts


"As I live," says the Lord, "I do not want the death of the wicked, but rather that they repent of their sin and live; for they can be forgiven, as a broken and humbled heart will never be rejected."

Sin is a crime against the spirit, a despoilment, something unjust and against oneself. The problem is that we carry the original sin and recreate the act that takes away our peace and joy, producing guilt and fear, and separating us from God's love.

Why do we sin? We are constantly tempted by our instincts and our disordered desires (concupiscence). We are tempted all the time with ideas that, as a consequence, lead us to sin. We are tempted by pleasure, beauty, wealth, power, and fame, which in the world are synonymous with happiness, but in the spirit are stumbling blocks. The origin of these desires is the flesh, ceasing to appreciate the spirit as truly valuable and important. But God is Spirit, and he sees the heart; God is not won over by beauty, wealth, power, or fame. God does not dwell in the heart by appearance; he dwells there by faith, truth, and love, and holds the key to our salvation.

When we separate ourselves from God's Spirit, we stop feeling his love and lose the peace and joy that are the fruit of the spiritual life. Even when we do not feel the spirit alive, we still feel it, but it is dead. That is why we continue to recreate in our imagination what we felt when we were innocent and alive to God. That emptiness we feel is the absence of God, but the mind does not understand and fills itself with emotions to feel alive; emotions that guide the soul to hell, so to speak. The Spirit manifests itself alive in communion with God through what we feel: love, peace, and joy, the fruit of spiritual life. But when the soul is separated from God, the fruit of the flesh is hatred, anguish, and despair, because it has no hope since the flesh was born to die. Therefore, I understand that emotions are so important, even though they continue to sink us into sin and death.

Spiritual life or death is felt in the soul:

● Spirit of God                 Spirit without God

● Spiritual life                         Spiritual death

● Love                         Hatred

● Truth                         Lie

● Mercy                         Unrighteousness

● Peace                         Anguish

● Joy                                 Affliction

● Hope                         Despair

● Eternal life                         Eternal death

● Paradise                         Hell

● Fruit of the spirit                 Fruit of the flesh

God is spirit, and any idea, person, or thing that takes his place in our soul is an idol, our own demon. It is a god created by us, which separates us from the truth and love of our Creator because an idol cannot give us spiritual life, as it is not alive. We cannot cling to it because what we assume about that god is not real; it is only in our imagination since that idol is not Spirit. Spiritual life is not imaginary, not a fantasy; spiritual life is real for those who live by the spirit, for those who know a living God who lives and loves in spirit and truth and can save us from sin and death.


"Be holy as your Father in heaven is holy... for without holiness no one will know God."

Setting our soul aside for love and truth means setting ourselves apart for God; this is holiness, for in love and truth is where goodness and righteousness naturally express our spiritual life. Here is where true freedom is found, for having been set apart for God, we can know Him and be begotten by Him, for holiness is the bond with God.

We need to recover the lost dignity to contain Him, for if we expel the demon within us without filling ourselves with the spirit of God, we will remain empty and end up filled with other demons. Such is the soul: it cannot remain empty. But to contain the Spirit of truth, we must understand our meaning in its entirety and be holy, turning away from evil.

Let us reason together: man, in his sin, separated from God, becoming a selfish, vain, and arrogant being. This led humanity to the state in which it is now. It is not God who has done this, but man who has not taken God into account in his decisions. But God created us out of love, and His love is evident from creation and also in the testimony of Jesus. Therefore, it is written: "For although they knew God, they neither glorified Him as God nor gave thanks to Him, but their thinking became futile, and their foolish hearts were darkened. Although they claimed to be wise, they became fools and exchanged the glory of the incoruptible God for images made to look like mortal man and birds and animals and reptiles."

And it continues: "Therefore God gave them over in the sinful desires of their hearts to sexual impurity for the degrading of their bodies with one another. They exchanged the truth about God for a lie and worshiped and served created things rather than the Creator. And since they did not see fit to acknowledge God, God gave them up to a debased mind to do what ought not to be done. They were filled with all manner of unrighteousness, evil, covetousness, malice. They are full of envy, murder, strife, deceit, maliciousness. They are gossips, slanderers, haters of God, insolent, haughty, boastful, inventors of evil, disobedient to parents, foolish, faithless, heartless, ruthless. Though they know God's righteous decree that those who practice such things deserve to die, they not only do them but give approval to those who practice them. They are filled with adultery, fornication, uncleanness, lasciviousness, idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, strife, jealousy, wrath, contention, dissensions, heresies, envy, murder, drunkenness, revelry, and the like; and those who do these things cannot be worthy of feeling the Spirit of God in their hearts."

It is by not taking God into account that man has separated from love, peace, and true happiness, which are holiness and eternal life. Therefore, we need to repent, but be clear that the reasons why we decided to commit all such acts were wrong, for instead of achieving the longed-for fulfillment, they only made us slaves to our passions and desires, trying to fill the void in the soul, something that our material life cannot fill, for in any case, we will die in this life. Let us understand and become aware of the hope of spiritual life; otherwise, what is the point of repenting if there is no hope? What is the use of repentance?

Holiness is the way to express the hope of eternal life, something that does not imply sacrifice. It is looking beyond circumstances, seeing the end of this life as the beginning of a new existence. It is the opportunity to start being who we are in spirit and truth, preserving the most precious part of our being and valuing it as the only valuable and important thing, because it is our heart, the heart of the soul, that part of the soul that feels God. Having peace, patience, love, and truth as the foundations of hope in spiritual life is an unmistakable demonstration of our holiness.

We were created in the image and likeness of God; we were created to be one Spirit with God, created to know God, to be begotten by Him, to love and be loved.


Forgiveness is an act of love and humility that frees us from the chains of resentment and bitterness, allowing us to experience true peace and harmony in our lives. By forgiving, we leave behind the mistakes of the past and focus on the present, allowing us to grow spiritually and have a deeper relationship with God and others.

When we forgive, we not only release the person who has hurt us, but we also free ourselves from the weight of anger and hatred, which prevents us from reaching our full potential as human beings. Forgiveness is a process that may take time, but it is essential for our emotional and spiritual health.

Forgiveness also involves taking responsibility for our actions and recognizing the mistakes we have made. It is important not only to ask for forgiveness from others but also to forgive ourselves for our faults and weaknesses. Accepting our humanity and learning from our experiences will help us grow and become more understanding and loving individuals.

Moreover, we must remember that God is love and mercy and is always willing to forgive us if we sincerely repent of our sins. By seeking God's forgiveness, we open ourselves to His grace and allow ourselves to experience His unconditional love, which transforms us and gives us the strength to face life's challenges.

Forgiveness is a gift we can offer ourselves and others. By forgiving, we free ourselves from suffering and allow ourselves to live fully, in harmony with God and our fellow human beings. Practicing forgiveness opens our hearts to love and compassion, bringing us one step closer to the eternal life that God desires for all His children.

In summary, forgiveness is an act of love and mercy that allows us to free ourselves from suffering and guilt, and experience peace and harmony in our lives. By forgiving and asking for forgiveness, we draw closer to God and allow ourselves to grow spiritually, becoming more compassionate and loving people. Forgiveness is essential for our emotional and spiritual health, and is a gift we can offer ourselves and others to live a fuller and more meaningful life.

The act of forgiving has a positive impact on our emotional and spiritual life, and can also improve our physical and mental health. Various studies have shown that forgiveness can reduce stress, lower blood pressure, strengthen the immune system, and improve sleep quality. By freeing ourselves from resentment and bitterness, we allow our body and mind to function more efficiently, leading to a healthier and happier life.

Additionally, forgiveness enables us to establish stronger and more meaningful relationships with others. By forgiving someone, we show compassion and empathy, allowing us to connect with others on a deeper level. As we learn to forgive, we also become more tolerant and understanding of others' weaknesses and mistakes, which can strengthen our interpersonal relationships and foster an environment of love and mutual respect.

Forgiveness also helps us develop greater resilience and the ability to face adversities in life. By learning to let go of resentment and accept our past experiences, we become more capable of confronting and overcoming the challenges that life presents to us. This resilience allows us to move forward with more confidence and determination in our spiritual journey and in our pursuit of a fuller and more meaningful life.

It is important to remember that the forgiveness process is not always easy and may require time and patience. Sometimes, it can be helpful to seek support and guidance from trusted individuals, such as friends, family members, or spiritual counselors, to help us work through our emotions and find the strength necessary to forgive. Prayer and meditation can also be valuable tools in our journey toward forgiveness, as they allow us to connect with God and find the inner peace needed to release the pain of the past.

Ultimately, forgiveness is an act of self-love and compassion towards others. It allows us to free ourselves from the burden of resentment and guilt, and brings us closer to the full and meaningful life that God desires for all His children. By cultivating a heart full of love and mercy, we become living examples of God's love in action, inspiring others to embrace the healing power of forgiveness and to experience the true peace and joy that comes from a life guided by love and compassion.


God is love, and whoever abides in love abides in God, and God in him. However, there are many whose gods are material wealth, physical beauty, soul vanity, an amulet, a lucky object, an idol, or an image. Obviously, they do not know the God of love and truth, nor their creator. They may even say that their god is evil and makes them suffer, and it is true because their faith and hope are not placed in justice, peace, and truth, in the essence of the God who sees us not with pity but with mercy. God is Spirit, the true beginning and end, the one who lives and reigns. Those who know and recognize Him as our Father are alive with Him because those who love God are one Spirit with Him, set apart to be holy, pure in soul, mind, and heart, to receive true happiness from His Spirit.

Therefore, when they say that the Son of God is in this or that place, do not go, because the Son of God is not there. What they seek in other places is idolatry because the only place they can find Christ is within themselves, in their hearts, for it is their own resurrected spirit. But if their spirit has not risen, then they will not be able to find Him anywhere. Idolatry only distances us from God and salvation, blinds us, and fills our heads with suggestion and falsehood, deviating us from our purpose and our eternal destiny with God and in God. But by knowing what God is like, we can be as He is, because by knowing Him, we understand what we feel, the good and the bad, repenting of all evil, saving ourselves from vicious circles, chains of wickedness, and bonds that lead us to commit self-destructive acts that fill us with bitterness and loneliness out of ignorance. By knowing God, we can be happy, for He is happiness, without stimulants, without vices, without excesses. With God, we can enjoy the simplest things in life, the most straightforward, love, peace, and joy, the most valuable treasures for those who know God.

The Son of God within us is our savior, and those who belong to the Son have crucified the flesh with its passions and desires, without ceasing to enjoy their life in a correct and certain way. If we live by the Spirit, let us also walk in it, considering our conscience in our decisions, loving ourselves as God loves us, putting our lives at the service of the Spirit, filling ourselves with happiness, giving thanks to God for everything. Because by being happy is how we give thanks, as we fulfill the purpose for which we were created by truly being His children.

Being children of God as a reality in our lives is very different from knowing the Son as a historical figure, a great teacher, a great initiate, or a mortal man. I do not deny that Jesus was all that; Jesus indeed is the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world, but Christ, the Son, is the living, holy, and acceptable sacrifice to God, the one who rose from the dead. He is the Spirit that lives and reigns in each of the children of God; He is eternal love and truth; He is the same Christ who can live in each of us, and it is the reality I am referring to. But as long as they seek God in people or things, it is idolatry. Reading the Bible without spiritual knowledge is reading a history book full of meaningless and unexplained phrases. Who hasn't heard that Christ loves you, that He died for your sins, that He rose on the third day, overcoming death, but if Christ did not rise from the dead, our faith is in vain, and we are still in our sins.

I look forward to the day when all humanity knows God and it is no longer necessary to say "know God," because we will all know Him; because He will have written His love and truth in our hearts, giving us eternal life. I hope for the day when we all have a perfect heart towards God, ceasing to see man as the only form of life and finally finding the true purpose for which we were created and reaching the glorious destiny of the children of God for eternity.


What is the value of this knowledge?

What is the difference between knowledge and assumption? Knowledge makes us aware of what exists, while assumption imagines the possible and the impossible. Everything we do in real life is based on knowledge, from using our own body to becoming aware of reality through reason. Knowledge provides us with certainty, while assumption represents unresolved doubt and the uncertainty of multiple possibilities. Therefore, science is the most valuable tool of knowledge, grounding and explaining the origin and destiny of the events it analyzes. Scientific reasoning forms the basis of our knowledge of reality.

To understand the value of knowledge, let's remember that in the 15th century, when it was assumed that the Earth was flat, those who believed it was round could be condemned to the stake. That is how drastic the consequences of assuming what scientific knowledge can resolve can be. Science that verifies brings us closer to an awareness of reality, while narrative or fiction that assumes and imagines is far from it (as a poet once said, "I don't know it for sure, I suppose"). I understand that literature serves to expose, but it does not explain existence to us. Narratives and novels show us what happened in reality or in the author's imagination, without providing explanations of existence, as that is not their function. That is why we often fall into assumptions.

Knowledge is the representation of what exists, while assumption is the illusion of the possible. To communicate knowledge, humans have used metaphors and science. However, science has not solved many enigmas of knowledge, which has led to assuming many of its statements, considering that its achievements could explain the mystery of existence. By trying to explain the unknown with imagination, what others have correctly explained through metaphors is misinterpreted, leading to the ambiguity of language. Many terms are not well-referenced, causing each person to interpret what they want to understand, without paying attention to what is really being communicated. That is why "God" had become an assumption, as it was not part of knowledge since it was not a concept defined by science nor had its existence been demonstrated. For this reason, when talking about God or other poorly defined terms, positions become fixed without reaching an agreement, and each person explains what they understand about the term without grounding or offering alternatives to understand why the other party thinks differently. This turns the effort into a dialogue of the deaf. For a true understanding of words, it is necessary to ground or differentiate the use of language for its correct interpretation in understanding.

For these reasons, I emphasize the remarkable difference between a scientific essay and a narrative or novel, because the difference between awareness and imagination is the same difference that exists between knowledge and assumption. It is as much as being awake, aware of reality, or asleep, unconscious of what is really happening. If we do not know, it is as if we were daydreaming, not understanding what is happening around us. These two states of mind (conscious or unconscious) represent completely different aspects of our existence. Awareness knows what exists (such as the existence of our own material bodies), but what our mind does not know, even if it exists, does not exist for our understanding and becomes a possible assumption that is not part of our real life, or, on the contrary, a product of imagination that is part of our dreams.

However, the importance of a scientific discovery does not lie solely in knowing that something exists but in everything it implies for consciousness, whether for future consideration or for its present implication. There are discoveries in specific areas, and there are discoveries in broader aspects, reaching general aspects upon which the entire conception of reality depends. It is essential that these discoveries acquire their true value and importance in our consciousness. There is no more transcendent and important knowledge, due to its implications, than the knowledge of God. By demonstrating the existence of the Creator, the awareness of the origin of existence is completely resolved. Moreover, this knowledge opens the door to understanding our essence and offers us the possibility of knowing ourselves and discovering our true purpose and destiny. If we ignore our origin, it is absurd to think that we could know our destiny.

By knowing that God exists and understanding that it is not an assumption, we can understand that what we appear to be is not all that we are and thus become aware of another part of our being that is latent, like asleep, with which we dream and assume, but do not know or are aware of: our spirit, our spiritual body, which we often confuse with the soul. This spiritual body does not represent anything that exists in reality for our understanding until we know it. If we knew it to be transcendent and eternal, that spiritual body that exists could be part of our reality and transform our minds. By having a transcendental being within us, we would have the hope of being with it and in it for eternity. However, that hope is only a dream until we are conscious and awake in understanding through the knowledge of what we are in spirit and truth, which is only possible if we know God.

Therefore, if you ask me what the importance of knowing God is, I would say without a doubt that it is the difference between dreaming that we can live eternally and truly living, because the relative life of the material body is insignificant compared to eternity. What hope does this material body, which cannot transcend, give us? What hope can we have in the assumption of reason? The only hope lies in the knowledge of God, which is absolute and transcendent. Knowing God allows us to become aware of our spiritual body, which would be like being born again, but into a transcendental life. By being conscious of its existence, we would not die when the material body withers. That is the hope for those of us who have reached this understanding.

In conclusion, knowledge is essential for understanding our existence and purpose in life. Science and knowledge provide us with a solid foundation for discerning reality and distinguishing what is real from what is assumption or imagination. It is crucial to recognize the importance of knowledge in our daily lives and how it can impact our understanding of reality and our purpose in it. Knowing God, in particular, has a profound effect on our consciousness and allows us to comprehend our true being and purpose. By embracing knowledge and truth, we can live a more fulfilling and transcendental life, rather than simply daydreaming and living in assumptions and uncertainty.


Eternal life!

Life is a manifestation of God, just as the universe is an expression of God. Life arises from the intention of the Creator's Spirit, which is love, because God is love. Furthermore, we must interpret and understand life in different ways on each plane of existence. Material life manifests through birth, growth, reproduction, and death; it is an expression relative to time and space, finite and constantly evolving, transcending the individual and accumulating experience. Thus, life either perfects itself or goes extinct, adapting to its environment and coexisting with other organisms for development and growth. Undoubtedly, it is an intelligent manifestation; the information unconsciously governing the organism is conscious to its creator, who has guided life and its work. To attribute chance, causality, or any expression without creativity and will is senseless.

But life has other planes of manifestation; it is not just matter expressing life. The soul has another distinct way of expressing life, much more interesting and exciting, as it is something unique and inherent to the individual. Consciousness gives us the opportunity to manifest life differently, because living without consciousness is merely existing. For each person, consciousness is the awakening of life that forms in a learning process through discernment, imagination, and memory. Knowing is living: who are we? What are our names? What do we do? Language, customs, traditions, and religion define who we are and the life of the soul.

What, then, is eternal life?

If everything were relative, nothing would be eternal. Assuming that we will transcend if everything were relative is absurd. However, our spirit belongs to an absolute context that, by definition, is transcendent and eternal. The spiritual body that can awaken to life by becoming aware through its knowledge is what can give us the hope of transcending alongside it.

We were conceived in the physical body, and from that conception, our knowledge and life began, from complete ignorance towards consciousness. We began to know our body, the soul that connects us to it, and the things surrounding us. Later, we became aware of our soul, which is our self, and immediately of the souls of those around us: affection, joy, behavior. We were educated according to society's norms, but science did not know the reasons for the Absolute, from what we feel of it to what it is in essence, going through what we are in essence, in spirit and truth.

Appearance seems so immense and tempting that, not having had the reasons to place it in its proper dimension, we had not made room for the eternal, which is what we should understand. The material body has no possibility of transcending, but it is the seed from which the true being we carry within can be born. The eternal life to which we can aspire remains latent and dies without hope when we fail to awaken and become aware of the spirit. Only when the spirit comes to life will we be transformed from rational animals to spiritual beings, because the principle by which we can regain hope is the absolute and eternal God. The values of spiritual life are what should guide our life efforts, thus subjecting the material body to the service of our spiritual being, putting our relative life at the service of our eternal life. But we cannot do this if we do not know the latent spirit, which cannot live until we are conscious and awake to its existence so that with that awareness we can take control of our will.

On the surface, everyone wishes to transcend in some way: some through their children, others through their own vanity, and very few with the awareness of their own absolute and transcendent being. There are some who have known this, but could not explain it scientifically, with definitions and evidence. However, we have wonderful metaphors that have explained this concept quite accurately. These metaphors, when confronted with universal fallacies such as "nothing is absolute, everything is relative," had succumbed. Therefore, it was necessary to counter flawed reasoning with irrefutable evidence that, only through stubbornness, could not be considered valid. In this way, this reasoning can serve to bring the knowledge of God to life through the truth that helps us become aware and unveil, once and for all, the miracle of being born anew into a life with which we learn to live eternally.

The Absolute is the foundation of understanding!

By defining and comprehending the Absolute, we manage to establish the principle upon which the values that guide humanity are based. Until now, vanity has taken its place; our reason for being and existing is plagued with ideals. The dream of being the most famous, powerful, or wealthy has occupied the purpose of our existence. These ideals, in which victory only belongs to the conqueror, turn the rest into losers. In this way, we have a society of losers in which we elevate a few, hoping to be the next ones to win the lottery.

The illusion of these ideals and all their glory is fleeting. If we achieve what we sought, the glory fades and we are left unsatisfied, so we look for something more. If we don't achieve it, we lower our standards and seek something more feasible, something we can attain, something that we usually don't reach either, or at least not as we imagined. These ideals always have a high degree of illusion, where what is achieved often falls short of what was envisioned. As a result, those who reach the goal hardly enjoy it because it wasn't what they expected. We have many examples of tragic success where the hero is the victim, and fame and fortune become burdens that are hard to bear. Ideals provide false hope of glory until, faced with defeat or fleeting satisfaction, vices take their place.

The day we understand our true reason for being and existing, we will stop living in illusion and give way to the reality of a transcendent and worthy existence. In this reality, the works that seem so important will lose their value as we understand how fleeting they are, and our spirit will take its rightful place in our consciousness. In doing so, it will express truth, justice, love, goodness, and mercy, emanating from the absolute essence of God's Spirit.

Feelings are the true principles of understanding and the foundation of a peaceful conscience. Knowing that we will transcend with that spirit full of life, we place our hope, grounding our causes, and finally giving meaning to ideals that, without principles, lose all proportion.

Knowing God and the life of our own spirit is the only way to transcend this existence, transforming our vain way of living. We are what we know; that is life. Let us transform our minds, being conscious of what we do and think, considering the eternal life we can attain. This is the answer to stop imagining what only in spirit and truth we can achieve. Let us sacrifice all those ideals that seem so glorious, knowing that eternal glory is infinitely more valuable and important.

Our reason needs to rely on unshakable principles upon which understanding is based for decision-making. If we do not have absolute principles to lean on, our reason will be plagued by poor decisions. If we only focus on the appearance of things, preferring to afflict the spirit and going against the very essence of life that is God, then we will have much to regret. Therefore, the knowledge of the Absolute and the eternal God must be the unshakable foundation to which we can turn for our decision-making. This can provide us with certainty and conviction in understanding, which we can call "Faith."

As it is written: "Faith is the assurance of what is hoped for and the conviction of what is not seen."

If we recognize the existence of the eternal, then, with a little common sense, we can discover our absolute nature. For it is not enough to know of the existence of the Absolute; when making a decision, we must consider that the essence that comes from God is the most valuable and important aspect when we exercise our will. By using that knowledge as an act of awareness, choosing essence over appearance, we put our relative lives in service of our eternal life, in service of our spiritual life, in service of God.

For now, we can understand that the Universe is nothing more than an immense egg from which the children of God are to emerge. Spiritual life is latent, and when we become conscious, it comes to life. This can transform us from being creatures of God into children begotten by God, spirit of His Spirit, essence of His Essence. In this way, we can distinguish the essence of the Absolute through understanding the origin of feelings. But we can also understand our own spiritual life through what we express with our intentions. Only in this way can we recognize that, at the heart of things, what transcends is the essence, the intention that gives rise to the work and the feeling that emanates from it. Provided that we make this act not a random one, but one of full awareness, this is what makes the difference.

The definition of the Absolute is the foundation that science needs to understand the meaning of life. With this knowledge, we can establish a new way of expressing ourselves, based on the awareness of our spiritual being. Considering that what our conscience dictates is the basis of our hope for transcending this existence.

Why hadn't we understood it?

If there already exists a way to know the essence of actions, what is the problem? Why have these sensations not been valued correctly? Or worse, why have they not guided us correctly in our decision-making?

As we deduced, we have in our mind a form of "Consciousness" that does not have its origin in the material or the rational, which accuses or excuses us in our decision-making regardless of the knowledge we have of it. For this consciousness, there is a series of established rules in its action, just as the laws of Physics are universal rules, so can the Ten Commandments be considered pre-established rules for the soul from the Absolute by the Spirit. But no matter how much we have tried to attribute moral or ethical values to them, these rules have always been an unsustainable burden for human conscience, as it is written, "the law was put in place so that sin becomes evident," and it also states that "conscience is the voice of God."

This shows us that the real problem of spiritual logic is thinking that someone or something is directing our will. Admitting that this someone or something is immersed in our ego is something that makes us rebel, as our ego is too large to submit to such slavery or servitude; it is a matter of nature, we were created to rule over the earth, and submission is not an option.

The problem is that we were conceived with the spirit so that the spirit dwelling within us makes us be like God, but it cannot live in us if we do not know it. We can only consider it in our consciousness as a hindrance to our free will because we feel it even though we do not know it, but since we ignore its existence, we simply do not understand its meaning.

This spiritual consciousness is only the limit that we must surpass to be able to say that we are free when it turns us into libertines. What some people avoid doing out of fear is almost a heroic act for others, even if it means self-destruction because, in the face of reasonable doubt, we always choose vain satisfaction over sensibly choosing peace and joy. Because if they do not represent anything valuable in our value scale, we sacrifice them without thinking; but those who have submitted to their conscience out of fear cannot feel free either because they do not consider their own will in that act.

Until we understand the value of what we feel from the spirit in our consciousness, we will mistakenly think it is a mere moral reasoning without realizing that it is our own essence, our spirit that accuses or excuses our actions. We have been able to let out the worst in us, just to satisfy our desires that only consider appearances as valuable, as it is the only thing they knew.

The problem is that by going against what our conscience dictates, we are breaking the bond between God and us. The reason why we have not known God is the condemnation for having disobeyed our own conscience, and that is what we can consider our sin, which causes us tremendous pain in the soul that manifests itself in anguish and distress due to guilt and the lies it generates. Because the spirit that once represented all the good things in life – love, peace, joy – is now filled with pain and uncertainty. Who, under these circumstances, can understand life from another perspective when after sinning we only want to evade our conscience? Thus, we are condemned not to know God, not to understand our purpose, our reason for being and existing, placing a barrier in our understanding.

We were condemned not to know God, and the evidence that, as humanity, we have been condemned, is that science had not demonstrated the existence of God, even though it is evident, and religion had not been able to explain it either.

Having no reasons to assume that we are eternal, we have no hope, and by deciding to disobey our spiritual conscience, we separate ourselves from God, which is the logical consequence of the spiritual law that governs our souls.

The problem originates in the principles and value scale that are instilled in us, because no one has given us the reasons to understand and become aware of our spiritual life. It is in our childhood when we are forming this value scale, with the principles and reasons that support them, so that through understanding we can know what life is, which should include knowing God.

Because if we do not have absolute values, we have nothing to hold our free will to, our value scale only considers what we know, and if everything we know is relative, it gives us no reason to pay attention to spiritual conscience, other than fear, which is also instilled in us and does not give us any hope for eternal life. We do not know the spirit within us because the only place where we can know God is within ourselves.


The vicious circle!

As it is written, "Because they did not take God into account, God gave them over to a depraved mind..." and it adds, "you will be like a beast before me."

So, what is the barrier of understanding? The barrier is our condemnation for disobeying the Spirit of God, a punishment that translates into guilt and fear, as we do not comprehend the harm we have done to ourselves by transgressing what our conscience dictates. Neither has a way been known to reconcile with God, because without the knowledge of God, we will seek answers in expressions without understanding their causes in a vicious circle. For if we rebel against our own conscience, will we not be condemned?

How can we, after being condemned to guilt and fear, approach God? How can God approach us without being destroyed? It is as if we had placed a veil over our understanding that separates us from God because, after disobeying our conscience, we condemn ourselves by the spiritual law imposed on our understanding.

The principles established in the spirit are the expression of the nature of God; they are not arbitrary ideas that can change due to circumstances. It is when we can understand what is written that all commandments are summarized in love for God and love for our neighbor. That is why, when you do something against God, out of hatred, greed, or vanity, you transgress His nature and hurt yourself because your spirit is not a creation of God, but His own spirit, His nature that dictates in our conscience what is good or bad for Him and for you as well.

That is why, although the Absolute is evident to the conscience, reason seeks palliatives and suggestive means to mitigate the guilt that is produced when sacrificing feelings for desires. We must become aware of the harm we do to ourselves when we condemn ourselves in our actions so that, with this understanding, we stop doing what condemns us, repenting.

The nature of God could and should be our own nature because when we are children, innocence protects us and frees us from guilt. But instead of trying by all means to educate ourselves to preserve that innocence that makes us feel good, we are instilled with the values of the world, and we end up sacrificing our peace.

However, as it is written, "a contrite and humbled heart God will not despise." The arrogance of thinking that we come to reign over creation becomes the main obstacle to reason, and to avoid falling into the vicious circle, we must break it by recognizing that we need to be saved and understanding that there is no human power to repair the damage. All that remains is to ask for help, and the only one who can help us is God, but we cannot present ourselves before God with a visceral attitude, contrary to the spirit of the Creator, as we would continue making the same mistake and remain in our sins. That is why it is said that God humiliates the proud and gives grace to the humble.

With this understanding of the essence of our own being, we must stop serving appearances and serve the intentions of the spirit instead. Only then can we aspire to be reborn in the spirit, which cannot live due to a lack of knowledge and reconciliation, because the flesh is born to die, but the spirit is born for eternal life and peace. To be reborn in the spirit without dying to the desires of the flesh is not possible, for one cannot serve two masters. But if we are not reborn in the spirit, we will not have eternal life, and who can guarantee that guilt and fear, which are the punishment for disobeying our spirit, will not lead us to our eternal death?

But we must be reborn in the spirit, not as something foreign, not as if it were someone else, because if we consider that spirit to be God but not ourselves, we would never understand that it is our nature, and we would be condemned by the flesh to death. If we do not have a solution for guilt, the soul will try to mitigate it in the conscience with anything that helps us evade it, with vices, pleasures, or activities that keep us occupied so as not to face guilt. Our culture has tried to shape us through appearances, instilling good manners and kindness to gain acceptance and benevolence, in order to obtain money, power, or fame, believing that these relative values are worthwhile. This culture of values cannot be transcendent or valuable to God, due to the hypocrisy they generate, since they do not provide a reason for us to be like God, so these palliatives and suggestions do not solve the problem. Even with repentance, the problem is not solved because the offense committed through disobedience is not paid for, because when we separate ourselves from the Absolute due to our rebellion, we are completely relative without God, mere mortals, and we have no way of reconciling with ourselves or with God on our own, because having been condemned, nothing we could do has value for God.

As we have already observed, the relative value of any created thing compared to the absolute is nothing; it is only worth its meaning, and the meaning is worth its intention, so the expression has no value to God. Even in our reasoning, what can we do to pay for the offense committed? At most, we can aspire to feel shame for our actions. We did not understand the reasons why we should be otherwise, so we kept falling into this vicious circle. And this is so that no one thinks it is due to their intelligence and does not boast, that no one thinks they deserve glory in their vain humanity and can, with all humility, recognize that God alone deserves all the glory, honor, and power forever.

To break this vicious circle, we must begin to live according to our true spiritual nature and seek a sincere relationship with God. Humility and genuine repentance are essential to achieve this. Instead of seeking the approval of the world and its temporary values, we must strive to know God and live according to His teachings and commandments.

It is important to remember that our true essence is spiritual, and as such, we must seek enlightenment and transformation of our inner being to live a life in harmony with God and ourselves. Only then can we escape the vicious circle of guilt, fear, and disobedience.

On this path of spiritual transformation, faith and trust in God will be our most valuable allies. Through prayer, meditation, and reflection, we can connect with our true divine nature and understand that only God can redeem us and offer us the peace and eternal life we long for.

In summary, to break the vicious cycle and find true peace and reconciliation with God, we must:

● Recognize our spiritual nature and seek a sincere relationship with God.

● Practice humility and genuine repentance.

● Stop seeking approval from the world and its temporary values.

● Live according to the teachings and commandments of God.

● Trust in God to redeem us and offer us peace and eternal life.

By following these principles, we can overcome the vicious cycle and live a life in harmony with our true divine nature.

Let us reflect together

What is the answer to this whole dilemma? The answer lies in understanding, to begin to know our own spirit, understand what we are and feel, and stop going against our own conscience, knowing that what we feel is the manifestation of our spiritual body. This body, instead of being alive, has become latent death due to guilt and fear in our consciousness, which are punishments for the soul. If punishment is the consequence of crime, then for sins, the consequence is spiritual death, with guilt and fear being the evident death we have as punishment for the soul. The ultimate condemnation would also be to die in this relative life without having regained hope. With this knowledge, we understand that we need to resurrect our spiritual life to live eternally.

But how can we resurrect our spirit if we have no way to pay for our disobediences, which are our sins? Similarly, in death, we find the answer: to die to the relative and be reborn to the transcendent. For if we are united with the relative through the flesh, we must die to the desires of the flesh to aspire to be reborn in the spirit. This would involve changing the principles by which we live, repenting so as to no longer serve the flesh, and dedicating our mortal body to the service of eternal life, which is our transcendental body made of the Spirit of God. But is this enough to reconcile ourselves with God?

The problem remains the ego. Being servants of God is something the flesh cannot bear, but thinking that we deserve redemption and the glory of eternal life also condemns us. Being relatively subject to the will of another, even if it is our Creator, is unbearable for the ego. However, thinking that as creation we deserve eternal life is also something that separates us from God because there can be no more arrogant and false thought than that. But God did not create us to be servants; He created us to be His children, to be like Him, and to be filled with pride and satisfaction by doing His will, which would be our will. It is not about obeying truth and justice but being truth and justice, not to impose rules on others, but to be, without hypocrisy, legitimate children of God, living spirits of the Creator's Spirit.

On paper, it sounds quite good: children of the living God. But is it possible for this to happen, or is something more needed for this to be possible? Although we have already been able to discern the Absolute, there is a barrier imposed on understanding. God is Absolute, and without God, we are only relative. What the relative aims for is in vain, while what God aims for is transcendent. In other words, the desires of the flesh (vanity) go against the desires of the spirit (eternal life and peace), and this barrier to understanding has limited us for thousands of years in discovering our purpose with God. We must recognize that this relative life without God is worth absolutely nothing and also understand the true intention that comes from the Spirit.

How can I explain this? How does God explain it to us? That is why metaphorical language was indispensable in the absence of scientific language to understand God's purpose because without understanding, there is no consciousness, and without consciousness, there is no life. By choosing evil, we could no longer approach Him, nor could there be reconciliation through our merits. If breaking the law deserves punishment, disobeying God even more so condemns us. Repentance and consciousness alone are not enough; payment for our shortcomings is necessary for reconciliation. However, our relative lives do not have the merits and cannot have them to give us the life that God wants to give us, as it is written: "Not by works, lest anyone should boast." We are relative flesh and bones, and the soul is subject to these until we know something more. Since the relative is not transcendent, thinking that the relative has value to God is absurd. So, without hope that we will be reconciled by our merits, only God could provide us with a valid sacrifice in payment for our reconciliation, to understand that as creation, we depend completely and absolutely on the Creator and to know that it is by His will that we are His children.

For this reason, God decided to express His will toward us through a metaphor in which His true nature is shown, so that we understand the value we have for God, our purpose, and the nature we can aspire to through our reconciliation. All in a single event that would fulfill the imposed law to achieve forgiveness and grace to achieve redemption.

The price of our salvation!

To be reconciled with God, we must be forgiven for rebelling against our consciences, which are our sins. Now we know that the acts for which we have been condemned are worthy of death, causing the latent death of our souls. We have no way to pay for our shortcomings, and it is for this reason that we need to be saved, that someone pay for our grievances with a sacrifice pleasing to God.

But who can pay the price?... Only God.

We cannot reconcile with God through our own means, so, being impossible for man to pay the price of our own forgiveness for our redemption, and as we understand that it is truly necessary to pay for our grievances, we need someone to pay for our faults. As I already said, "so that no one thinks that by their merits they deserve forgiveness and reconciliation, and do not boast," God provided us with a worthy sacrifice for our reconciliation in resemblance to what must happen within us. This sacrifice serves for our understanding and is the manifestation of His true nature and the life to which we can aspire. This sacrifice was made in a man who, with complete knowledge, revealed the mystery of God's nature, in love for us, so that we can understand that he lived and lives in the Spirit of the Creator. We must understand that the Son of God is alive for God through his understanding. This man was named Jesus. God begot himself in Jesus and gave himself up, which can also be understood as God giving up his son so that, without deserving it, he would pay for our rebellions and disobediences, for the forgiveness of our sins and reconciliation. In this way, we too could, through his sacrifice, be born again to the life for which we were called to be together with Jesus Christ as children of God. That is why Jesus was not ashamed to call us brothers because, with his resurrection, we can stop serving our mortal bodies and make these bodies temples of God's Spirit, now can alive in us through understanding as His children. In this way, we fulfill the reason for creation.

God's plan is not to destroy us or condemn us to hell. What He wants is to have children, and for that, he sent Jesus into the world. We need the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world, who in his life and death is the likeness of what happens and must happen in our lives for our salvation. Since he, being the first to consciously live the Spirit, gave himself up in sacrifice, to be the similar example of what must happen within us to be reconciled. Just as we have condemned our souls for our rebellions and are condemned, so was Jesus condemned because of our rebellions. He suffered, beaten, and was mistreated, as our soul is punished with guilt and fear. So that by dying to his flesh, we may die together with him to our flesh. So that with his resurrection, we may rise together with him in our spirit, and our material body becomes the new temple in which the risen Christ himself dwells (our resurrected spirit) because of the understanding of his sacrifice, one God, one Christ, one living and eternal sacrifice. This also shows the absolute and eternal love of God, who, even being sinners, God gave up the unblemished and sinless Lamb. Christ gave up his mortal body to be resurrected in us; it is the rebirth of our spirit. Jesus the Christ gave himself up for our salvation.

For this reason, Jesus came, and he proclaimed the purpose of his life and his sacrifice. Because I understand that what he confessed is true, his sacrifice is not in vain, as it served me for the forgiveness of my sins, just as it does for everyone who believes in him. There is no other person who has said what he said when he declared that he gave his life for my salvation, nor did what he did when he died on the cross for my sins, which are my disobediences and rebellions toward God. Thus, I can comprehend that his sacrifice is my sacrifice, which makes it worthy to God, because it is no longer necessary to pay for our faults in any other way. God provided us in Jesus what is necessary for our reconciliation because he also shows us the way through his example, the truth through his words, the life through his resurrection for our salvation, and the true nature of God through his love. And when we understand that he did it out of love, we confirm that he is the Son of God and our savior so that guilt for disobedience is crucified together with the desires of our flesh and is no longer a burden of death for our conscience. Instead, we may be free to approach God and know him, being born again at the same time in our spirit for eternal life and peace, and thus be able to confidently say that God is our Father.

Jesus, in his sacrifice, shows us what we are really worth to God and also the true Son who dwelt in Jesus because the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world was the mortal body of Jesus, which was sacrificed, showing that this body has no value to God, other than what was done with it for the intention of his acts, which was our salvation. But the Son of God, who dwelt in Jesus, is what is truly valuable since he is the Christ, his Spirit, which is and was the same Spirit of God, the one who lives forever. Jesus paid in obedience for our disobediences for our reconciliation so that we would rise together with him to our own spirit since his resurrection is the demonstration of what must happen within us when we accept that this sacrifice is the payment for our sins. So that, together with him, we may rise to a new spiritual life.

If the mortal body of Jesus were of any value to God, it would not have been mortified and would still be among us, because as it is written, "the mortal body is dust and to dust it shall return." But the Spirit, which is one because it is absolute, can now live in us so that the mortal body becomes the temple of God. Only in this way can we understand the text that states that "if Christ has not been raised from the dead, our faith is futile and we are still in our sins," because if he only rose for himself, then how do we rise? But his resurrection is in us, in our own spirit, which is why I verify his resurrection in my own being and not in works, but in the essence of them, by the conscience I have of them.

Jesus' redemptive work is a gift of God's love for us, a demonstration of his mercy and grace. Through faith in Jesus Christ and his sacrifice, we are forgiven, cleansed of our sins, and reconciled to God so that we may have an intimate and eternal relationship with our Creator. This is the true purpose of salvation: that we may be transformed and restored, to live in communion with God and one another, experiencing the love, peace, and joy that can only come from our relationship with Him.

So, when reflecting on the price of our salvation, we must recognize that it is an act of unfathomable and undeserved love from God toward us. A love that was demonstrated in the sacrifice of his Son Jesus Christ on the cross so that we could be forgiven and reconciled to Him. We should thank God for this incredible gift and, in return, live our lives in a way that honors and glorifies our Savior and Lord.

The Metaphor of God!

Jesus became a metaphor so that we could have his testimony in the likeness of what must happen in the soul. His physical body is the representation of our spiritual body, his suffering symbolizes our own suffering, the condemnation for our faults represents the condemnation of his own flesh, his death represents our own spiritual death, and his sacrifice represents the love that God has for us, who have been chosen to be his children. His resurrection symbolizes the resurrection that must occur in our own being when, through the forgiveness of our souls and understanding, our spirit is resurrected to become children of our Father God. That is why Jesus was not ashamed to call us brothers.

Jesus spoke like a prophet with full understanding, sacrificed himself out of love for us, and, being the firstborn Son of God, is our savior. It is sad that this great truth has been hidden from the understanding of men. We need a sacrifice that only God can provide, an absolute and eternal sacrifice. This is only possible if Jesus lived through the knowledge of God through his own Spirit, and being spirit of the Spirit of God, he is God himself because God is absolute and cannot be another spirit. He came and taught us the will of God and spiritual life through metaphors: "Learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart." He made the sacrifice, aware that he did it for the reconciliation and forgiveness of our sins so that, being the firstborn, he would be the first of many, sacrificing his birthright so that we could be like him. If any other prophet had said what he said, it would be difficult to choose one, but there is no other in history that fulfills our need for forgiveness and reconciliation and represents what must happen within us. That is why he said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father except through me." Just as his testimony is sufficient to know that he understood what he was doing, my understanding of his sacrifice, which is my faith, is sufficient to save my own soul.

That sacrifice has been enough for some, but due to the lack of knowledge of God, that sacrifice has been inaccessible to many more. What sense would that sacrifice have if everything were relative? It would serve only as a moral blackmail so that, because of his sufferings, we would be ashamed of ourselves and choose good over evil. But God does not want our shame; he wants our redemption. He does not want servants who fear and blindly obey the master and lord; he wants children who are like him, who have the life he has and who are his glory. For this, Jesus gave himself. To have obedient slaves, he has the rest of creation, which does exactly what they were created to do. But we have free will and the possibility of knowing God. What a remarkable difference it is to have reconciliation through understanding.

Here is when we can talk about God in any way, whether "scientific" or "religious," because God is no longer a mystery veiled by science in its limited appreciation. Having transcended all boundaries, we can consciously consider him from any perspective and, at the same time, return to religion, taking the metaphorical knowledge to scientific knowledge and vice versa, from scientific knowledge to metaphorical knowledge for true understanding.

This is the time to demonstrate mathematically what God means in us because if multiplying zero by anything results in zero and knowing that our relative value with respect to the Absolute is zero, it shows that we are worth nothing without God. However, God is not relative, and mathematically, He is the only thing that represents any value. Therefore, knowing that dividing any value by zero is infinite, which is an absolute value, we mathematically demonstrate that God within us transforms us into absolute beings.

The New Nature! The Consciousness of Love!

Let us reconsider the value of our own creation and the love that God has for us, so much love that He gave His life in a tremendous act, as immense as the entire Universe but much more valuable to God. For it is in love where the true nature of our Creator lies and the meaning of the word that gave origin to all creation; love is the essence of life, and by becoming aware of its meaning, it is the only thing that represents something valuable and good in understanding. As it is written: "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God, and the Word became flesh and dwelt among men and sacrificed himself for the love of His name." And it also says: "For God so loved the world, that even when we were sinners and condemned because of disobedience, God gave His only begotten Son in a living sacrifice, so that we should not perish but have eternal life." So for us, those who have been called to be children of God by His love and sacrifice, it is also truly valuable.

For until now, we have considered the reflection of physiological activities as the only sign of life when, with understanding, we can become aware of our spiritual being, comprehending conscious life of our spirit through the practice of love and truth. From which peace and joy emerge as the unequivocal expression of the hope we have reached, knowing that what we feel is not a product of imagination but the beating heart of our spiritual body in our understanding.

The love that emanates from the Spirit of God is undoubtedly His power and His glory; there is nothing created that can compare with the experience of feeling the living love of God in our hearts, "flowing like rivers of living water in our understanding," in favor of a pleasant and perfect existence. Understanding the love that comes from the absolute and eternal God gives meaning to the definition that states: "Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things, never ceases to be, does nothing wrong, does not rejoice in injustice but rejoices in the truth, heaven and earth will pass away, but love will not pass." And this is only understood when love comes from the Spirit, "not from reason," as the love of God goes beyond all understanding since it is the source of understanding, because God's infinite love is His power and His glory.

Everything comes down to understanding. No more sacrifices are needed; everything is accomplished. The only thing that remained veiled, "the mystery of God," begins to unfold as we understand His true nature, so that all those acts of faith that were made for our salvation are understood by us and are not just a series of dramatic acts that exalt guilt rather than understanding. So that our own spirit, our Christ who is the Son of God, may rise within us and we are no longer condemned for our sins, being born into a new spiritual life full of love. For with understanding in consciousness, the essence of our actions acquires the transcendent and eternal value they have in intention.

God is love, from which the spiritual law and the prophets emanate, translating into two commandments: "You shall love the Lord your God with all your strength, with all your soul, and with all your understanding" and "You shall love your neighbor as yourself." Why not mention self-love as a commandment? Because God's place is within oneself; if God does not live in me, I can only be the servant of someone other than myself, which would make me, if I serve God, a good servant without hope. But since God is within me, then the servant is my relative being, my expression, and the only one I serve is God because my soul, now through forgiveness and reconciliation, lives in the Spirit of God, owning my will. "I am a servant of God in my material body, a legitimate child of God in my spiritual body." Thus, to love God is necessarily to love oneself, which is truly comforting and not burdensome. So now, I also understand the second commandment to love my neighbor as myself; it is not to be a servant of another, nor a sacrifice, it is to love! So that by serving God, we may have mercy on men, on all those who have not yet reached the hope for which they were created. Serving another is burdensome; serving my Spirit, which truly makes me live, is gratifying. If I help another, it is to love myself, for my struggle is for a much greater good in eternity.

Now we serve the Spirit, which is the only valuable and transcendent thing, so it is not difficult for us to put our members at the service of love and justice. God wants mercy, not sacrifice, and God within us is the only remaining reason. Everything else I fought for seems to lose meaning. I can now live and die in peace, knowing that I will then know as I have been known. God is in me, and I am in Him, and we are one. That is the truth, that is my life, and that is my hope.

Love is undoubtedly the best intention, and the undeniable expression of spiritual life is to love consciously, just as God has loved us and taught us with His example. Let this infinite love manifest in us as our new nature. Let us put our mortal members at the service of love and justice, which is our rational worship, a reflection of our new spiritual life, for the glory of God, for eternal life and peace.

The reconciliation!

To speak of reconciling with God is to speak of religion, of reconnecting with God. However, religion has historically been the most potent source of hatred among human beings. Instead of being the source of knowledge to reconcile our souls with God, it has become a palliative and suggestive, a pretext for showing the hatred that originates from the most superficial differences, and this is something the world fears.

These individuals who use religion as a pretext for their crimes, claiming they "serve" God, think they are doing the right thing by trying to serve Him in the way they do. But God does not want servants; He wants children who consciously live the reality of spiritual life, as it is written, "The servant does not remain in his master's house forever, but the son remains forever." These servants of God imagine what His will is, but without the understanding of the Creator's absolute love, they err in their judgments and condemn themselves in their actions. Those who judge without physical violence are no less mistaken, as religion is not meant to judge anyone since any judgment to condemn another is an act apart from God's will, which has love and truth through understanding as the only weapons of faith, never judgment and condemnation. For that, each person already has their conscience.

The reconciliation of our being must transform our soul in an act of intimate and profound reflection, from the awareness of our spirit, uncovering everything that has been latent in the unconscious on the edge of anger and terror. With this knowledge, we can understand the reason for pain and the true solution we have found. The struggle to regain sanity and courage is an internal battle that involves revisiting what has marked our lives because we did not know who we are in spirit and truth. Once we have resolved this dilemma, we can also contribute our wisdom to society's problems and culture, ceasing to idolize expression, transforming this impious world into the glory of human understanding. Just as we had no justification for our actions before God and were condemned, we also have no justification as a society for doing what condemns us. Therefore, without any delay, let us participate consciously, knowing what is best for us in the course of history, so that the goodness and mercy we have attained in the Spirit of God leave a lasting mark.

The mystery must be revealed!

The metaphor existed before science, and now the definition serves as the way to convey universal truths and understanding. However, when science, due to a lack of knowledge, established limited foundations by not discerning the soul and spirit and not being able to understand the difference between the absolute and the relative, our understanding became unable to comprehend our reason for being and existence. We were vanity without hope, but God had mercy on us and revealed His mystery. God is absolute and created us to beget Himself within us and have children who live the spiritual and eternal life, expressing through love His true nature, finally understanding the absolute truth of the Creator and the difference between the soul and the spirit. As it is written, "The truth is like a double-edged sword capable of discerning the soul and the spirit."

The mystery of God must be revealed from its definition so that it becomes part of universal knowledge, using this definition of the Absolute as the point on which our understanding rests. Knowing God is useful for all religions and science. Who is not interested in knowing the one true God? The only absolute and eternal God, the only Creator. And even more, who does not want to be a child of God?

This knowledge is the hope that science has been waiting for, as until now it had no reason to suppose that we could transcend in any way. Its knowledge and hope were as vain as its understanding.

For the churches, the mystery of faith is resolved by understanding the meaning of metaphors that they could only use to condemn, to understand what God really wants, who is no longer unknowable and unreachable. Using this knowledge to educate their members with all wisdom and understanding, because:

Some churches, not having the knowledge to convince their members through understanding to do what is good, end up judging them and judging others.

Other churches, not knowing the absolute and eternal God, give them idols.

Others, not knowing the love and mercy of God, only give them reasons to be terrible beasts, capable of committing unjustifiable acts for the Spirit, but justified by religion.

Some others, instilling fear of condemnation, only give them reasons to be good servants, but do not consider themselves children of God because they neither know nor understand Him.

There are those who, having their hope in the material body, believe in reincarnation, with the vain hope of being those same relative beings who cannot have hope since the relative body born for die and cannot transcend, which is also hopeless.

Many show favoritism, arguing their race, gender, or "superficial success" (fame, fortune, fanaticism of their members, apparent things that distinguish them from others) as a sign of God's blessing without understanding their arrogance and their destiny.

And there are also those who do not even believe in God, who are nonetheless His creation, and God remains interested in their salvation.

With this understanding, all churches can worship the one true God, ceasing to observe their relative differences to coincide in the Absolute truth of the spiritual body, our Son of God, our Christ. Because by knowing God, we can consciously manifest spiritual life in love for others.

The mystery of God must be revealed; human intelligence has to culminate in knowing God. What other purpose can reason have? Through understanding, we come to know God, and if we know God intelligently, we will wisely abhor evil. For the "fear of God" is that our neighbor, because of us, is hurt instead of finding in our words and testimonies the love and truth their soul seeks. As it is written: "Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of the Highest," with us, who know God, being His expression.

A new philosophy!

Capitalism, which is based on the accumulation of capital, does not consider humans as part of its assets, but only sees them as a renewable resource. Let us consider the human being as the main value and their environment as part of their own being, in order to create a new philosophy in which each of us is more than just intelligent machines seeking supremacy through appearances. With this knowledge, let us be the end of all collective efforts of our species, as the conscious expression of the very essence of life and not just the clear evidence of the hopeless vanity we have shown so far.

It is time to reconsider expression as an end, not as a principle, establishing that the sublimity of a work never justifies its author, but the intention of the act itself is what truly nourishes the soul. We can consider those sublime acts as gifts from God for those who love Him, or they can be pure vanity for those who perform them. Acts that others may see as insignificant could be transcendent and worthy of all glory in the spirit for those who carry them out.

Let us not be deceived by what our eyes see in material works, and let us open the eyes of understanding to attain eternal glory. Who in their right mind could deny the value of this knowledge and reconsider their entire existence in terms of the eternal? But it will not be easy; the god of this world, "vanity and money," has many caught in its nets, and it is frankly difficult for them to find understanding. As it is written, "many will want to die (to their vanity) and will not be able." This struggle is about to begin, and the only thing I am sure of is who will triumph because God is the truth our soul needs to understand its purpose and destiny. As it is written, "you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free," and in the end, it is certain that we will all bend our knees to the Creator, even those who cannot save their own soul's life.

The universal language of science must provide the solution to the mystery of God and, in turn, lay the foundation for the transformation of our principles and values, giving humanism a new way to solve human problems, based on good conscience and not on palliatives or suggestions that solve nothing. Let us reconsider the value of this relative life that seems so important but in truth cannot transcend. Let us consider "eternal life" as the source of hope that gives us peace to journey through this world, to reach our true destiny with God and in God for eternity.

The Expression of Life!

Our reconciliation represents much more for the material expression than we assume, because until now we have talked about eternal life, but does our temporary life make any sense, or do we have to shorten it from understanding that we were born to be like God? Instead, shouldn't we change the expression of things into something valuable and transcendent in essence and make our expression in essence something pleasant and perfect, something worthy of being considered as an expression of God?

This life cannot be just a simple process; it must be the beginning of all the good that can exist. If someone thinks life is boring if rules are not broken or laws violated, they have understood nothing. There is nothing more enjoyable than living without a guilty conscience, and there is nothing more rewarding than using all our creativity and intelligence to make this world worthy of life. It is a great challenge to become responsible for who we are and what we have, but we have miserably wasted our time. We have been beasts before God, and governments have been multi-headed beasts seeking supremacy in the relative, sacrificing truth and life for a false image of triumph and glory.

We continue to be these same limited, insignificant, hopeless beings in the flesh, and our souls have been subject to vanity due to ignorance and sin. How much have we suffered and cried? How much longer must pass for us to reconcile with our Creator and become responsible, not as creatures but as children, for what our Father has created for our enjoyment?

Expression is undoubtedly essential for us, and this life is the opportunity we have to make our works something that fills us with pride, but above all, glorifies God and His son within us, for we were created to be begotten by God. But our material body, which remains ours, must now be put at the service of truth and life. Beauty can no longer be the expression of selfishness; instead, transcending forms, the expression of our species must be beautiful. We must find a way to integrate half of the world into a dignified existence and the other half into a noble one, knowing that nobility should not be a mere expression but the clearest demonstration of the life we now represent.

The day will come when we all know God, and it will not be necessary to say "know God" because we will all know Him. Now we have the arguments: "God is absolute"; this is the truth. Let us stop being the intelligent beasts we have been, for if we are only beasts living for the flesh, what do we do but the will of the one who created us? But what hope is that? As it is written, "Who is it that will say something happened that the Lord did not send? Does not both evil and good come from the mouth of the Highest? Why does the living man complain? Let the man lament in his sin." Then I understand that without God, we are the worst plague that has ever set foot on Earth, undoubtedly capable of destroying the world and ourselves. We are a danger that must be eradicated, and there are only two options: the fatalistic option of exterminating the human animal or the birth within us of a new creature that lives and reigns in this world. That new creature must be us. What a great opportunity, what a complete salvation: for our soul and creation; changing the uncertain destiny for the certainty of our intentions. What more do we need to know the fate that awaits us and the world, knowing that we are here to make the glory of the living God shine in His creation?

Let's stop imagining that we can be different. Utopia has ceased to be; all things are made new. We are not only different in our imagination; we, who are reborn in the Spirit, are new creatures, living temples in the animal body, legitimate children of God in the spiritual body. Now the true spiritual struggle begins, because God's will is that none should be lost, but that all may come to know Him, be reconciled, and have eternal life. For, as it is written, "the continuous cry of the creatures awaits the glorious manifestation of the children of God," of the God of love and mercy, so that, filled with His Spirit, we may show piety and life to all His creation. We must subject the beast that dwells within us to God's will, so that they may glorify the Son of God (His own spirit) in their own mortal bodies, for the honor and glory of His name. Whoever understands should do their part. There is no longer reasonable doubt; we have certainty and conviction on our side. God is Absolute and eternal, God is love and truth, God is just and good, and we who know Him Are His children, spirit of His Spirit. He is in us and we in Him, and we are one. He is our life, and without Him, we are nothing.

Let us worship God with our testimonies and our works, in acts of a full conscience. Thus, when reconsidering the value of the very essence of things, we may understand the purpose of our actions, which does not condemn the works of our hands but gives them new meaning and direction. Since the philosophy of this world aims for apparent supremacy rather than eternal glory, our effort is in vain when wanting to achieve a worthy end by the appearance of our works. There is nothing more unworthy than vanity and selfishness. But "the fruit of the spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control," which could undoubtedly make our works something worthy and valuable for our eternal life if that is who we are.


Science made a mistake when it declared that "nothing is absolute, everything is relative." This premise is false and misleading, as it implied that science was certain that the absolute does not exist. However, we have shown that "nothing" is an absolute and cannot be the origin of the universe.

In the universe, the space that exists between galaxies, stars, and atoms, as well as the infinite space outside of it, cannot be nothing. Therefore, that immense space is filled with the absolute and eternal whole, which is God. Assuming that our origin is nothing is absurd and incorrect.

This discovery gives us a guideline to begin unveiling the mystery of God. It is important to understand that the absolute and eternal whole, which is God, is the source of everything that exists in the universe. Science cannot deny the existence of the absolute, as it is a reality that manifests in our world. Understanding this helps us unveil the mystery of God and better comprehend our existence.

Firstly, it is important to understand that God is absolute because He is not limited by parameters or boundaries that govern the universe. Time and space are creations of God, and the entire universe, both in its objective and subjective expression, emerges and is immersed in God as His expression. Therefore, the Whole that is God is also Absolute, capitalized to emphasize that it is not a characteristic of the universe, but an absolute and transcendent entity.

This Absolute entity is the Creator, whose essence is expressed in the universe through love, which is His intention. God is the Creator, and His presence is omnipotent, omnipresent, and omniscient. His love and will are the source of life, and it is He who gives meaning to our existence and everything that exists in the universe.

God exists! But, what does it mean for our lives to know that God exists?

What we call life is manifested in consciousness through the use of will and reason. Moving from existence to life involves learning, as we are nothing more than what we know, understand, and are aware of. Imagination is a tool of the soul, but it cannot consider beyond the parameters of understanding. Therefore, knowledge is the limit of our life.

In the past, we imagined God in a relative way because we believed there were no absolutes, and we could only understand the relative in our comprehension. However, why do we assume we can somehow transcend? If the greatest expression we know is the material universe, which is finite, our transcendence would be limited to the works we leave in the memory of some or in the surname of our children. What a vain hope that is!

It is understandable that we are surprised by our way of life if we realize that our hope is so limited. We seek to live everything, experience everything, even if we have to pay the consequences in our conscience. This is because we have lost sight of the true hope, which goes beyond our earthly life and our material works.

It is necessary to know that our hope is not limited to the material or the memory of others, but extends to eternal life and spiritual transcendence. It is through our relationship with God and our faith in Him that we can find true and lasting hope, which is not limited to material works or earthly achievements.

Furthermore, our flesh is not only limited by time, but by our own nature, we are imperfect, with weaknesses and limitations. However, by knowing God, we can find the strength and guidance to achieve a full and meaningful life.

Eternal life is not just about an endless existence, but a life in which we are in communion with God, a life in which we can fully experience His love and grace. It is the hope of a life in which our imperfections are transformed, and in which we can find true peace and happiness, in this life and the one to come.

So, if we seek to transcend beyond the relative and limited, we must seek God and know Him. He is the source of eternal life and the key to giving meaning to our existence.

Our spirit is the bridge between the relative and the absolute, the finite and the infinite, the temporal and the eternal. By knowing and uniting with our spirit, we can experience eternal life and transcend beyond our limited existence. It is through knowledge and connection with our spirit that we can know God and understand His purpose for us in this world. In this way, we can find a deeper and more lasting meaning in our life, and have hope for a life beyond this earthly existence.

That is why it is written: "He who is born once dies twice, but he who is born twice dies only once." It also says that "he who is born of the flesh is born to die, but he who is born of the spirit is born for eternal life and peace."

Now we can know that our spirit is begotten by God, for it is His very spirit, His very essence. By knowing Him, we awaken to a new way of life, a way of living eternally. That is our hope, so that by awakening and becoming aware of our spirit, its life becomes our new life through understanding, ceasing to seek in the flesh the answers to our prayers.

The body, which was so important because it was the only thing we knew as our life, now ceases to be what motivates us, and we understand its rightful dimension. It is the bare seed, capable of expressing life and death, the instrument to create or destroy, the temple in which the soul dwells, and the seed where the spirit can be begotten.

The flesh will die someday; that is the truth. If the flesh is the reason for our life, our flesh and our soul will have the same destiny. It is then that what is written makes sense: "Do not lay up treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy and where thieves break in and steal. Instead, lay up treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys, and where no one can snatch them away." This shows that the desires of the flesh, which see their works as their reason for being, go against the desires of the spirit, which wish to transcend through goodness and mercy. Expression is merely the opportunity to show the very essence of God's creation, which is love. If we base ourselves on this, we are filled with peace and joy at the same time, which is evidence of spiritual life.

God has endowed each of us with a unique soul and free will, allowing us to know and make decisions. The soul feeds on what it knows and understands, so it is crucial that it joins with the spirit so that together they can form a single being. Depending on what the soul knows, it can be the vessel containing the essence of life if it knows the body, or it can be life itself if it knows the spirit. However, the soul cannot be both at the same time, because, as the saying goes, "You cannot serve two masters, for you will be devoted to one and despise the other."

The flesh, which is like a seed, is born to die. But the spirit is born for eternal life. Due to its nature, we cannot serve both the flesh and the spirit at the same time. We must decide whether to serve the nature of the flesh or become the nature of God through the spirit. The choice of whom to serve falls on the soul, and it is a crucial decision that determines our final destiny.

That is why it is written: "Vanity of vanities, all is vanity and vexation of spirit," and also, "My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge." Without the knowledge of the Absolute, the soul is utterly without hope, and when the trial comes, it manifests a cry for the uncertainty of its reason for existing. That is why it is written, "Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God," because the word of God is the knowledge that gives the soul hope of transcending with Him.

It is important to understand that the knowledge of the spirit is not something acquired intellectually, but is a lived experience in the heart. It is an awakening of consciousness that allows us to see beyond material reality and connects us with the absolute truth of God. By knowing the spirit, the soul can experience the fullness of life, and union with God becomes a present reality in our daily life. That is why we must seek the knowledge of the spirit with all our heart, mind, and strength. Only in this way can we make wise and just decisions and live fully in the presence of God. Life has no meaning without the knowledge of the spirit and connection with God because only in Him can we find true happiness and peace that transcends all circumstances and trials of life.

This leads us to consider how to reconcile with the Absolute, because when we come to know it, the burden on our conscience that we previously tried to alleviate with palliatives and justify with vanities becomes unbearable. This shows us that man, who was created to reign over the earth, is without spiritual life a beast, the worst plague that has ever existed. We cannot resist rebellion, which we can call sin, because without understanding, we can only regard spiritual conscience as an obstacle that limits and condemns us, and never as our will. In any case, we do not know it and cannot consider it as part of our being.

However, there is an insurmountable obstacle when trying to understand the reasons for the spirit, because condemnation for sin, for disobedience, is death or, in other words, the impossibility of reconciling with God.

Thus, having been stripped of the coming glory due to our rebellions and having no other hope than death - since we were born to die without hope of eternal life - we have become the worst of beasts and a plague upon the glorious creation that God gave us.

Is the Absolute evil? Is God, the creator of heaven and earth, responsible for our ignominy and wickedness? No, God remains good. If He were evil, we would not feel bad for disobeying His will. In reality, we do not harm God but ourselves.

But God did not create us to be merely human, but to be like Him. He also gave us our spiritual body, made from the same Spirit of God, which is His essence and life. But we must repent and stop doing what condemns and humiliates us, because as it is written, "without holiness, it is impossible to know God," for although this spiritual body is our own Christ and being absolute, is a single spirit, it is dead to the soul.

Our disobedience has turned this life into latent death for our soul. We have no means to reconcile with ourselves and with God, so we were condemned. Therefore, since there is no possibility for man to reconcile with the Absolute through his own works, God Himself provided a living sacrifice, pleasing to Himself, through which we can be reconciled for eternal life and peace. This sacrifice was made in Jesus, whom God has conveyed to us as a metaphor through the Bible. Jesus, knowing God, declared His eternal life and glory, and sacrificed Himself for the reconciliation of our souls, so that we might live by the Spirit of God as children. That is why it is written that "Jesus is not ashamed to call us brothers," the first of many who now, through understanding, can also live to be called children of God.

Upon repenting of our sins and acknowledging that through His sacrifice, we are forgiven and can confidently approach God for our spiritual body to rise to truth and life, Jesus granted us the right to call Him Jesus Christ, our Savior. The conscience that once condemned us now, in our understanding, becomes the essence of our actions, knowing that the life we now have transcends all expression, finally giving meaning and dignity to our lives. This is for those who have already been called to be children of God and also for those who will be called for the same purpose.

Jesus is the example of truth and life that we need to understand with certainty what spiritual life is. Many claim that the flesh is weak and that they cannot live in holiness, but Jesus is holy and always was. His sacrifice is a testament that it is possible to live in holiness and that not everything is sinful. He taught us through His words and actions what is important and valuable to God. And above all, we were always at the center, because God wants to have children, and as a sign of His immense love, He gave Jesus, the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world, as a living sacrifice so that whoever believes in Him may have eternal life.

Now we are one with God in spirit, having the privilege and responsibility to manifest God's holiness and love in the world, first by our example and then by bringing the message of salvation to others who need to reconcile with the Absolute. This is the calling we have as children of God, to bring the light of God's Spirit to a world in darkness so that they may know the truth and eternal life found only in Him. And although our physical body may die, our spiritual life is eternal in God, and we can be assured that one day we will be with Him in His glory, living forever in His presence.

Through the knowledge of truth and Jesus' sacrifice, we have been called to live in holiness and crucify the desires of the flesh so that our divine nature may prevail. It is essential that we align our actions with the essence of our living spirit and behave in a manner consistent with our new nature in God. In this way, we can live for the glory of our absolute and eternal Father. Our conscience, instead of being a burden, should be our will, guided by understanding the essence of life and divine truth.

This love of God, poured into our hearts by the Holy Spirit, gives us the responsibility to share it with those who do not yet know it. We must strive to preach the truth of the gospel and lead others to the knowledge of God so that they may receive the same salvation that we have received.

In the book of Revelation, it is written that there will come a day when God will wipe away every tear, and there will be no more death, nor crying, nor pain, nor suffering, for the old things will have passed away, and all things will be made new. That is the day when humanity will fully know God, and His love will be visible in all creation.

Until that day, we must continue in faith, strengthened by the truth of the gospel, living according to the divine nature we have adopted, and sharing God's love with those who do not yet know Him, so that they too may be saved and experience eternal life alongside Him.

This is the testimony of the last prophet, for after him... all will be prophets.

God exists and is absolute; no one can deceive us any longer.