If your life or the life of someone you love depended on loving someone you hate, could you love them?

The Vision Language of the Heart

Word-Vision is the mind endlessly expanding the heart with greater and greater boundaries of conscientious light, releasing our incredible innate ability for empathy and compassion. 


The three steps to stop hating someone and start loving them, someone whose actions are still rejected by your conscience, still an enemy of your conscience.


1.  Use Life in yourself, the source of your own life, to bring out the desire to see Life in the people who are enemies of your conscience.

2.  Use the mind of Life in yourself, the source of your mind, to help you form the light of Life in your perception of them – to see and love their true light in the midst of Life.

3.   Use this vision in the mind of your heart to see and love all other people in relation to the enemies of your conscience.


How to use Life and the mind of Life in yourself this way may or may not be obvious, but as we discuss the process, these steps will refine your inner perception no matter what state it is in. A key part of the process is knowing what to do with the image of those our conscience rejects. With practice, we see what is behind it, which contributes to our true perception of them, making it easier to love them not their actions.


Step One   If you believe in God, use the word Life to represent Him (She or It), referring to Him as Name. If you do not believe in God, also use Name but to refer to the name of Life. Belief is secondary in this process, for loving the enemies of conscience does not depend on it.

First, you need to get your focus off your own physical presence and onto Name. As your name in the process, use Jeconiah, which, in this context, means Name-Will-Establish. To get your focus off the physical presence of the person you hate and onto Name, use Jehoahaz, which, in this context, means Name-Seized. You can switch names if you like.

In the light of Life, Name is not a label but the audible and visible presence of Life itself. So, as participants in the light of Life, we are our names also. Do not see Jeconiah or Jehoahaz as labels but as these lives themselves – you and another.

As individual names from the same Life, we naturally have a desire to love each other as names of life no matter what. But due to blindness in our conscience to this light, we mistake that desire for a desire to judge others, even to hate them.

Thus, you may not feel like loving Jehoahaz, but with the help of the mind of Life, you, in full as Life-Mind-Jeconiah, can have your blindness removed and feel like it – understanding the image you still hate. You will learn how to love Life-Mind-Jehoahaz and use the image of its physical presence to contribute to that love.


Step Two   In the world conscience, the highest level of our conscience, our life-mind-names connect to each other in Name. But we communi­cate to each other through the mind of Name. If you believe in Christ, use the word mind to represent him, referring to him as Word. If you do not believe in him, also use Word but to refer to the mind of Life. For Jesus said that if we do not believe in him, at least believe in his works, loving our enemies being one of them.

Consider the nature of Name’s Word and how to participate in it to regain your inner vision and love Jehoahaz. We will focus on three aspects to the nature of Word in our world conscience: its fragrance, reflection, and position in Name. They will help us envision Word’s role in using the image of Jeho’s physical presence to contribute to that love.

With these aspects, Word’s world conscience permeates us and forms us together on different levels with a national and family conscience. Since we are all light in the world conscience, we each fill it on our own permeational levels and permeate everyone else’s.

Word’s world conscience also exists accord­ing to a different timeframe, beyond the duration of even most present-day nations. It stretches across 2,000-years as we measure time, but this duration is the breadth of now for Word in Name. We normally do not experience it in specific memories but as the great depth of Name in us through Word in our world conscience.

Together, the permeations and time of Word in our world conscience show us how Jeho sees Name in its world conscience. For Name shows itself in our perception of it according to our choices, appearing true or false in our perception without effecting Name’s actual presence. 

When our choices are bad, Word appears in our misperception of Name to lead us out of this blindness. But when we refuse to come out, Word allows us to use its presence in our misperception to do wrong, misusing its fragrance, reflection, and position in Name in our misperception – to drive minor to repulsive actions. 

But if we accept, Word gives us sight of Name in the world conscience, and we understand how to use Word’s presence in misperception to contribute to our true perception of those we hated – to love them in the midst of Name. 

Step Three  Once we experience Word’s fragrant attributes and diamond reflections, we can see them in Jeho as a beautiful yet blind being in the world conscience.