Contemplations of Mother have been arising lately, and a wonderful dance arose today in considering John 3, a teaching given by Tau Malachi in Living Gnosis, and one recently given in the thread on the Book of Malachi (here).
In Living Gnosis, while teaching on The Mystical Journey, Tau states:
The deeper one is able to go within, the more the presence of awareness widens and deepens to include all movements of consciousness in what can only be described as a luminous and spacious field of awareness. Even the dualities of life's experiences are united into an integral whole in this presence of awareness...
And in the thread on the Book of Malachi, in speaking of hearts of children and parents being turned towards one another, Tau teaches:
...and often in family, when it might seem hearts are turned towards one another, in the unenlightened condition it’s an extension of self-cherishing, for to love family more than others is a conditional and restricted love. This is why Adonai Yeshua addresses family in a very different way, calling us out of the self-cherishing mode of family, or the bestial mode, to the vision of enlightened family - family that does not serve itself, but serves humanity and God.
In John 3, the Perfect Master teaches For God so loved the world that he gave his only Begotten Son, but it is curious that in the Greek there is no gender, the "he" has been added by translators. And so it comes to mind that it is Elohim, Divine Mother, who so loved the world. Recently, it has been taught that Elohim/Mother can be equated with creation, and Yah/Father with enlightenment. Thus, Elohim so loved the world that She gave it enlightenment.
This Love of Mother has arisen often in thought recently, and in considering Tau's above teachings it comes to mind that "Mother" is not a noun but a verb. And in Mother's Love there isn't object and subject. Our grasping at name and form keep us bound to a limited love that has object and subject, but if we are blessed with a widening of the presence of awareness, it comes to mind that Mother then might move in us and through us, and this movement of Mother is Mother's Love, bringing enlightenment into the world.
When they had finished breakfast,
Yeshua said to Simon Peter,
“Simon, son of John, do you Love me more than these?”
He said to him, “Yes, Adonai; you know that I love you.”
He said to him, “Feed my lambs.”
May Mother's Love move in all and through all, feeding the world with Light.
With gratitude for those who feed the lambs,