Overcoming Original Sin – 8 Pivotal Scriptures Simplified
Overcoming Original Sin – 8 Pivotal Scriptures Simplified

Overcoming Original Sin – 8 Pivotal Scriptures Simplified

What in practical language is this ancient term ‘original sin’?

Bible refers to it as expulsion from the Garden of Eden: the sin incurred by Adam and Eve after they disobeyed God. But, while making great reading, these beautiful verses and stories are heavily coded compilations — by Heightened scholars of their day – thus some practical interpretations, regards taking personal action, is needed.

The Bhagavad-Gita refers to original sin – but not in such terms — as: the three gunas of nature, which are: Rajas, Tamas and Sattva. These three gunas, being the three governing laws of nature — creation, maintenance and dissolution – represent the influence under which we’re each born.

Both Bible and Bhagavad-Gita — in their different wording presentations — are expounding Truth: a reality each human must overcome at some point in time: in other words, come to terms with practically within, beyond mere belief systems and dogma.

So, let us simplify the term ‘original sin’.

‘Original’ refers to ‘existent from beginning’, primordial or archetype, and ‘sin’ specifically is referring to ‘missing the spiritual mark’ automatically.

Many refer to ‘original sin’ as the subconscious mind, which view — as we shall see — gets us much closer, from the practical perspective, to the intuitively sought solution.

Some ancient original sin terms

demystified.

The River Jordan

Joshua 3:4-5; 5:10-12.

In Bible terms, the River Jordan represents the downward flow — from birth — of our thought processes, which downward flow must be reversed to upward flow: flow divinely, spiritually, thus the term born again, second birth or inner spiritual awakening, to name a few.

River Jordan is symbolism of sub-consciousness – absence of awakened spiritual nature. Crossing the Jordan within thus is for purification, when realignment of these lower ‘world of sin’ thought processes become apparent experientially.

Crossing the Jordan thus represents inner activity leading the soul to coming upon the milk and honey of the other side or, entering the Promised Land.

In practical terms, ‘other side [of the Jordan]’ the ‘promised land’, means Transcendence of human consciousness — expanded awareness or total brain function.

So, when scripture says, Jesus was baptised in the River Jordan, it means that our innate higher awareness expands, transcends, thereby comes into direct conscious contact with our own Christ within. Transcendence thus represents experiential awareness of the ‘other side’ — or risen Consciousness — means of hearing, seeing, touching through the Higher Spiritual Hearth.

This new state of consciousness represents total opposite of ‘original sin’ and its addictive behavioural patterns.

It’s also our individual means of abolishing disease-attracting consciousness such Coronavirus and such issues. The Antidote is already present within each person, we just first have to understand what ‘original sin’ is, as we shall see.

Some other biblical terms alluding to this ‘must shed’ ignorance condition.

John 14–30

‘The prince of this world called and had nothing in Me’.

Here the term ‘this world’ is referring specifically to the ‘world of sin’ not the planet Earth.

‘Prince’, thus is referring to ‘ruler of the world of sin’, Satan, or ‘the subconscious’; the driving force behind the lower thought standard, behind creating and maintenance of spiritual ignorance — the influencer of all one’s decision making. Satan represents non-soul-serving mind-sets or anti-spiritual life thought patterns, often referred to as lower-ego.

So, ‘ruler of the world’ refers to a dynamic of the deeper mind, a dynamic referred to as the sleeping mind — living life unconsciously through automatically recurring programming, through non-awareness of our spiritual Transcendent standard.

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