In the fall of 2013, Gary Temple Bodley began channeling a group of nonphysical teachers known as Joshua. Soon thereafter, Joshua asked Gary to start writing. Starting on November 15th, 2013, he wrote for one hour each day openly interpreting the message that Joshua was sending him. In eight weeks Joshua’s first book “A Perception Of Realty” was completed.
If you have been drawn to this website, then you are a leading-edge creator. Whether you realize it or not, you have been led, step-by-step to this information and you are on your path toward a higher level of consciousness. You are awakening to the reality behind physical reality. This means you are ready to learn the truth about your reality, how you create your life, and why you are here.
These wonderful and enlightening teachings will prepare you for the next step on your journey by explaining the mechanism of physical reality, the Law of Attraction, and how you can use this information to transform your life.
“You are loved more than you can imagine.” – Joshua
Twice a week we gather as friends and students to discuss Joshua’s teachings on the mechanism of physical reality and the expansion of the Law of Attraction.
Listen, learn, and laugh along with us as Joshua helps us uncover new ways to apply these principles in our daily lives.
QUESTION OF THE WEEK
Perfection and Imperfection
Everything is right. There is no wrong anywhere in the universe. The perception of wrong can only come from a limited perspective. From the higher perspective everything is right. If it is right, then it is perfect. Right equals perfection. The distance from the sun to the earth is perfect. The distance from the earth to the moon is perfect. If these distances were different than they are, you would literally not exist in your current form. You exist, therefore you are perfect, as is everything that exists.
If everything is perfect as it is, then where is the imperfection? Imperfections can only be created through judgment. Without judgment everything that exists is right and perfect. However, judgment also exists and therefore judgment too is perfect. Judgment is often influenced by fear. Without fear, everything would be judged as right and perfect. The more you reduce the influence of fear, the more perfect everything is perceived. The less fear, the more love. The more love, the less judgment. The less judgment, the more acceptance. The more acceptance, the more perfection.