Deus non alligatur. God is not bound. Nibbanam paramam sukham. Unbinding is the Highest Happiness. The Heart is Divinity. God is the primal radiance of Divinity. Nature is the primal manifestation of Divinity. The Buddha is the primal realization of Divinity. La ilaha il Allah. Allah is Complete Wholeness.

11 March 2007


One of the names Jesus gave to the Beloved was "Abba", meaning "Father". Check out Mark 14:36, which states:

And he said, Abba, Father, all things are possible unto thee; take away this cup from me: nevertheless not what I will, but what thou wilt.

In Sonic Theology, "Abba" sonically resonates with the Sanskrit word "Aabhaa". "Aabhaa" includes meanings such as (1) splendor, light; (2) a flash of light; and (3) beauty, color, appearance. It also means (4) a reflected image; and (5) likeness, resemblance. Definitions #4 and #5 might be relevant for an interpretation of the first few chapters of Genesis, where the Beloved creates humanity in His "image" and "likeness". Definitions #1-#3, though, directly related to the Beloved alone, rather than to the Beloved in relationship to humanity. The Beloved is Bright, Shining, and Beauty-Full. The Sanskrit "aabhaa" is also a feminine noun, indicative of the Beloved of the Beloved.

Thus, Jesus, when praying to Abba, the Father, included the Masculine, as well as the Feminine, aspects of Divinity.

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