Guilt-Consciousness Free Living

How to instantly wipe out sin-consciousness faster than the speed of light without much effort and suffering

Sin has been haunting humanity since the beginning of our history. And still does…

Sin was and still is man-made. It comes in the way of stealing our freedom and peace of mind, separating us from God, and interfering with our spiritual evolution.

You may ask, how did sin enter our history?

There are many theories out there…

The most plausible theory, at least for me, is Adam allowed it.

You may ask, “How come?” Hear me out…

The first man was created after the image of God and endowed with divinity. Adam had free will as a divine being, and whatever he believed came to pass. Unfortunately, he felt guilt, condemned himself, and separated from his source- God, from the get-go.

There was nothing God could have done without Adam’s willingness to forgive himself.

As a result, guilt consciousness is imprinted in his psyche (wired in his brain). Since then, sin consciousness has been transmitted from generation to generation.

You may wonder, “How does it work?” Simple, we humans receive not just the hard-core genetic blueprints from our ancestors that determine our physical appearances; we also inherit their epigenetics.

“I don’t get it, AZ; Speak in English!” Let me make it figurative. Not only do you have your grandpa’s (grandma’s) nose on your face, but you also inherited his/her guilts, fears, temper, and so on deep in your inner being.

One cannot enjoy true freedom and live in the light and eternity without dealing with sin-consciousness.

Guilt consciousness is a disease of a soul. It has no medication. Anything you do in the physical and metaphysical can’t deal with it permanently. The lasting solution resides in the spiritual.

That is why we don’t go to the hospital when our soul is inflicted with guilt-consciousness. We look for spiritual solutions. Of course, some go to a psychiatrist for a temporary and superficial fix…

And almost all religions PROMISE a remedy to their adherents and offer some approaches to dealing with guilt consciousness.

I respect all religions because they contribute toward relieving many of the physical, material, mental, and spiritual pains of humanity.

But one thing that separates Christianity from other faith traditions is that it offers too good to be true solution for the inter-generational guilt consciousness.

Its founder, Jesus, is the only one who gave His life as a ransom to all (1 Timothy 2: 6).

Of course, some people don’t seek spiritual solutions to deal with guilt consciousness. I admire their gut and courage. They take matters into their own hands either to live with it or deal with it by punishing themselves, working hard to earn righteousness, visiting a shrink, and/or doing other laborious things to earn their own salvation.

I cannot be sure, but I doubt if anyone ever conquered sin alone by dealing at a matter level, by doing stuff. ‘Matter’ cannot override ‘spirit’…

  1. Let’s say there are superhumans who overridden their brain and genetic wirings and ultimately got rid of intergenerational sin through some physical efforts and engaging in metaphysical practices such as meditation.
  2. Let’s also assume that they stopped sinning in the NOW by making so many tedious efforts.
  3. Even then, the question is: Can they stay sinless for the rest of their lives by making efforts at the physical and mental levels?

Remember what James 2: 10 said: “For whoever keeps the whole law and yet stumbles at just one point is guilty of breaking all of it.”

That is how we are wired. One little transgression can return us to bondage. We condemn ourselves, and we go back to ground zero losing our freedom, peace of mind, confidence, certainty, and most importantly, our fellowship with our God- our source until we deal with guilt once again.

The sad truth is that not only we’re dealing with what our ancestors believed were sins but also what the religion and culture we live in believe are sins. If you ask me, there is no escape from sin-consciousness if you depend on your own ability to conquer it. You keep on sinning falling short of meeting the standards put in place by your brain wiring, religion, and culture…

Here is the reality: If there is any residual guilt- consciously or unconsciously, no one can enjoy true freedom. No one stands boldly in the presence of the PERFECT God as a son or a daughter and continues to fellowship with Him.

Most importantly, it is unthinkable to continue evolving spiritually to become one with God without first dealing with sin that creates a gulf between us and our source.

The good news is that you don’t need to:

  • Deal with both the sin-consciousness you inherited and what you have committed by yourself
  • Suffer anymore, penalize yourself, and attempt to work it out alone.

It is too much of a burden to bear by one man/woman…

In this troubled world, you already have so many challenges and pressures you must deal with. Let this ONE be handled with ease and by taking a spiritual step forward based on faith.

Here is what Jesus, who knew how burdensome sin is, said: “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” Matthew 11: 28-30

You just need to believe in the substitutive redemption work of someone who had already beat sin once and for all.

By the way, God wasn’t a stranger to how man was wired. From the start, He knew the authority of humanity and how that could destroy us.

The Father knew very well and in advance that there was a possibility of Adam stumbling and condemning himself. Even if the first man could get over it and knew how to deal with sin and get back to the Father- the Source, down the road, someone from his descendants will find himself/herself feeling guilt, unable to beat it, and separate from God. That was why He had a backup plan in the form of Jesus.

The way Jesus emerged from eternity to time and took flesh didn’t involve the transfer of intergenerational sin from Adam. His brain prewiring in the womb was free from the influence of Adam’s guilt. What is more? He never committed sin. Thus, He never had sin-consciousness and never separated from the Father.

How do I know? At one point, He asked, “Who among you is convicting me of sin?” (John 8: 46)

Because he was sinless and free of guilt, He offered Himself as a ransom. As a result, anyone who believes in His redemptive work can now wipe out sin as if it never happened.

Here is what Paul wrote: “For just as through the disobedience of the one man the many were made sinners, so also through the obedience of the one man the many will be made righteous.” (Romans 5: 19) One can feel guilt in an instant while also can set himself/herself free of it more than a speed of light. The transformation occurs in the spiritual realm.

Jesus was a love offering from the Father who knows our weaknesses and how we can become helpless even if He gave us all the power to beat sin and do great things. “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him.” (John 3: 17)

Let me ask you. Regardless of how you did it and your religious affiliation:

  1. Are you free of guilt consciousness?
  2. Are you certain that sin doesn’t hold you back?
  3. Do you have fellowship with God on a regular basis?

If you said yes, well, you’re free of sin-consciousness. Congrats!

But if you have any doubt, no worries, you can instantly wipe out sin-consciousness faster than the speed of light.

You don’t want to deal with this brutal burden by yourself alone.

Regardless of how heavily the burden of sin is holding you back for so long, the moment you believe in the substitutive redemptive work of Jesus (not your own work and imperfections), there will be a quick spiritual transaction that facilitates an instant shift from:

  • Bondage to freedom
  • ‘Darkness’ to ‘light’
  • The lordship of the devil (the ruler of darkness) to the lordship of Jesus (the lord of the Kingdom of light)

P.S. Details on this topic will be included in my upcoming spiritual book. Stay tuned! In the meantime, share your thoughts and your transformation experience. If you have any questions, leave them in the comment area. If you have a team and would like to invest in your team members’ spiritual awakening, click here and check out the Spiritual Development programs of our partnering organization.

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