Beyond this world of time and space, Mother Sophia stands alone, complete unto herself. Sophia is not anything or anybody. Indeed, she has no characteristics at all. She just is. That is, she is all. Or, she is not! Sophia is unconditioned existence, pure being and the Nature of all that is. She is Ramprasad’s shoreless ocean. Her dance is a striptease for she reveals herself as Truth, the naked essence of all that lives. She is our “isness,” our Divine Isis, the Roman version of the Egyptian Au-Set or Throne of Power.
Sophia is our beloved Virgin Mother whose beauty is incomprehensible to human imagination. After all, who is there in this vast universe that can describe or comprehend infinite Wisdom? Any attempts at conceptualizing Sophia will fail, for she is an unfathomable Ocean of Life with no shores, whose depths are without beginning or end. She is an ineffable and unthinkable silence beyond sense, perception or thought. Formless and void; Sophia is the great abyss who exists as a dazzling and translucent darkness outshining all the suns in the visible skies. All these surface structures are mere shadows of her infinite light, her timeless consciousness.
The above is an excerpt of Sophia’s Web: A Passionate Call to Heal our Wounded Nature. What is the vision of this book? It is simply a revelation of the unity behind the diversity of religion, science and philosophy. Could that realization help us to join hands with those who we consider opposites? Could this become your vision?
Envision This!: A world in which the left and the right; male and female and that vs that are seen as a unity. What if it were as Jesus Christ realized, that those we consider our opposition are our mirror images. Thus, could we bring an end to the combative nature of this nation vs that nation; or my philosophy vs your philosophy; or this religion vs that religion. By coming to peace within ourselves, could we stop warring with one another.
Now lets discuss the unified diversity of our sexuality. As a man’s genitals unfold down and out, with two testicles and a penis, are revealed to be a mirror image to the woman’s genitals, which are upward and inward (from vulva and vagina to ovaries and uterus). Women and men as opposites are mirror images.
And how is our world ruled these days? Outwardly? Are we more likely to surrender out power externally? Is this good for either women or men?
What would it be like for all of us, women and men, to reclaim our power?
Could Sophia’s Web be a catalyst for that future?
If you are interested in learning more, visit the film my wife and I made for our Indegogo Campaign to raise funds for the book. The campaign begins August 23rd and will last for a month.