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THE 9 STAGES OF DIVINE VISION The first stage is the unborn stage of the womb The unborn the Divine is revealed is revealed through the unfathomable bliss of the sacred Womb which preceding desire and dread forms the nucleus of all the other stages These primal feelings of unborn may suggest that we all begin with some sense of an infinite eternal immortal ecstatic and primordial awareness that precedes the problematic conditions of deference difficulty delay desire death doubt distance and despair The second stage is the baby stage of the Divine mother The baby the Divine is revealed through the love and tenderness of the sacred Mother whose body nourishes and cares for the helpless babe The baby in this stage now seeks to find on the outside body of the mother the same closeness warmth nourishment protection and care the it previously possessed from the inside of her body The third stage is the Youth stage of the Divine father The youth the Divine is revealed through the power and strength of the sacred father who protects the youth from the danger of life and death In this stage the father shows his love and tenderness to his Divine child When men discovered that without the male there is no child there was a shift from the woman as the symbol of the Divine Mother to the Man as the Symbol of the Divine Father The fourth stage is the couple stage of the divine lovers which in this stage the couple are revealed through the overwhelming passion of sacred lovers who through their bodies and souls experience ecstasy and union In this stage man and woman viewed as lovers recover the bliss and ecstasy which the unborn lose in separation from the parents Socially the union of man and women is marriage the beginning of new family within the larger family of the social group
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