“The highest/fastest vibrating thought that will always keep us strong is the energy of love. My conclusion is that nonbeing and love are synonymous. Mysticism and virtually all religions state that the Supreme Being is love and the only pure truth is love. Some religions trivialize the Supreme Being by inventing a god in the image and likeness of humans. Theirs is a deity of endless nit-picking rules Who is easily offended; always being sinned against; and prone to anger, revenge, and punishment. The love I’m speaking of personifies non-being, accessed and incorporated within us from where we originated. It has no rules, doesn’t wish to control, never punishes, and doesn’t know how to descend into anti-love expressions.
The entire universe, as I see it, is made of love, and each of us appears to be an individualized expression of the One Being of Love. Simplified: God is love. I like Ralph Waldo Emerson’s description of love as a synonym for God. What an incredibly magnificent concept – this idea of nonbeing existing as a state of pure, indescribable bliss, and one that is necessary for the act of creation to take place.
Think about it: we came from love; therefore, we must be love in some way, since we must be like what we came from. Jesus put it this way: ‘He who does not know love does not know God, for God is love’ (1 John 4:8). Pretty basic, and very straightforward. Nonbeing is love. Since we came from nonbeing, we must be love.”
– From “The Shift Box Set: Contains The Shift tradepaper and The Shift DVD” by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer