And so it is with others that come after you: When they are confronted with the experience, their thoughts and beliefs change. Everyone will be saved, and the only thing that is lost is the state of consciousness in which the individual lived when he heard salvation's story and could not accept it.
Believing the world is taking place independent of our perception, we do not realize that our dreams are projecting themselves on this screen of space, and that we are in conflict with our dreams.
In his great eulogy, Paul places baptism as sixth in order. Beginning with the one body, Paul speaks of the one Spirit, one hope, one Lord, one faith, one baptism, and finally the one God and Father of all. So this baptism takes place just before you become aware of being - not just God the Father, but the Father of all.
God came out from Himself into the world, penetrated these bodies, annexed these brains of ours, and made them a portion of Himself – a temporary portion. So, while He wears the body, the body is a part of the soul of the one who wears it.
At that moment, memory returns, and the whole thing is so clear, as though in the beginning you knew it and deliberately went to sleep in the forgetfulness of the Eternal Son that is your son.
All this wonderful symbolism unfolds within man. And when the child comes it’s a miraculous child. The government, the full responsibility, all the authority will be on his shoulders.