Saturday, 21 May 2016 16:02

Salvation is removing the blocks to the awareness that we are eternally unified

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What Is Salvationa And Healing?

Ozodi Osuji

The Lower Self, The Ego Claims To Be In Charge; The Higher Self, Holy Spirit, Knows That It Is Always Part Of All Selves

We are always joined. Everything is joined to everything. But in our present awareness we appear to be separated from other things. Each of us has a sense of I, a self-separated from other selves, a self that does things that other things does not appear to do with him. Each of us has the illusion that he has a separated self.

In truth all things produced the individual; all things one did is contributed to by all things. By one's self one cannot exist and cannot do anything.

Healing and salvation is the realization that eternally one's mind is always joined to all other minds and cannot be separated from them so that one gives up the illusion that one has a separated mind and self.

One removes the factors that had given one the impression that one is apart from other selves; one now knows that one is already part of the all selves called God self and that one's mind is part of the all minds called God's mind.  This is recognition; it is not doing something new.

In so far that something is done at all it is to remove what one hitherto did to give one the impression that one is apart from other selves.  Now, one recognizes that space, time and matter are illusions that give one the impression that one is apart from other selves.

Now, one accepts that there is a different self, a self that knows that everything the individual does is done by all selves through it whereas the lower self believes that it is apart from other selves and does things by itself.

The self that knows that it acts in tandem with other selves is the higher self, aka the Holy Spirit in one; the self that has the illusion that it acts apart from other selves and takes credit for its good or bad behavior is the lower self, the ego.

The ego is an illusion; the Holy Spirit is also an illusion for it operates in separated self; the only reality is God for he knows that he does not operate in the world of space, time and matter (the illusions).

In salvation, one stops using one's body and the world to make ones illusory separated self-seem real to one. One stops using one's body, sickness and pain and death to make one seem separated from other selves and from God and simply accepts that everything acts through one; God acts through one in the dream of separation.


Igbo folks have the illusion that they are separated from each other and from non-Igbos; they have the illusion that by individual efforts they can achieve a lot so they struggle to seem to have individual achievements.  Each of them boasts about his great achievements; boasting and pursuit of superiority makes the individual Igbo have the illusion that he is separated from other people.

Igbos whole lives are motivated by the illusions of separation, high achievement and imaginary sense of superiority over other people; their infantile boastings that they are wealthy selves are meant to make their egos seem alive and important.  In reality, no separated self can be alive or be apart from other egos.

Igbos are in the dream of separation and must engage in boasting about their infantile accomplishments to make their dream of separation seem real to them; because they insist on individualism and personal accomplishments they must have spiritual suffering and earthly suffering.

They become healthy and eliminate their suffering when they realize that all selves are joined and that everything they do is done by all selves, aka God, through them hence they stop taking individual credit for their individual achievements; they would then relax and become serene hence healthy.

For now each Igbo is neurotic (has delusion disorder) because he has the illusion of having a personal self that achieves great things by itself.

When each Igbo lets go of his illusion of having personal accomplishment and accept collective accomplishment through all people, aka God he is saved and redeemed from the illusions of the ego and now lives in peace and joy.

In the present Igbos live in conflict; each of them is at war with his higher self, the unified self because he wants to assert his lower self, the ego seeming separated self.  A person at war with his self, the war of the lower and upper self cannot be happy and peaceful hence Igbos perpetual lack of peace and joy.

My job is to tell Igbos and all people what healing is (removing the blocks to the awareness of our unified nature) and leave each of them, in time, to choose healing by removing whatever he uses to obstruct his awareness of our eternal union with each other and with God.

Ozodi Osuji

May 21, 2016

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Ozodi Osuji Ph.D

Ozodi Thomas Osuji is from Imo State, Nigeria. He obtained his PhD from UCLA. He taught at a couple of Universities and decided to go back to school and study psychology. Thereafter, he worked in the mental health field and was the Executive Director of two mental health agencies. He subsequently left the mental health environment with the goal of being less influenced by others perspectives, so as to be able to think for himself and synthesize Western, Asian and African perspectives on phenomena. Dr Osuji’s goal is to provide us with a unique perspective, one that is not strictly Western or African but a synthesis of both. Dr Osuji teaches, writes and consults on leadership, management, politics, psychology and religions. Dr Osuji is married and has three children; he lives at Anchorage, Alaska, USA.

He can be reached at: (907) 310-8176