IMO the Infinite Mother Spirit is basically following the similar pattern of being that the Creative Spirit functions in on her world, and the Eternal Son is participating as well in experiental reality, but perhaps not to the same same extreme degree the Infinite Spirit.
I think you meant that the Creative Spirit is following the pattern of the Infinite Mother Spirit, not the other way around. The Creative Spirits of the seven superuniverses of time and space are daughters of the Infinite Mother Spirit who resides in Paradise.
The Isle of Paradise is at the center of all creation. The Isle of Paradise is circled by three concentric rings of satellite spheres, 7 in each circuit, 21 in total. The innermost circuit spheres are of the Universal Father, the middle are of the Eternal Son and the outer circuit contains the spheres of the Infinite Spirit which are the headquarters for each of the Seven Master Spirits. Next comes the Central Universe which is located outside of the Isle of Paradise and its surrounding rings of 21 satellite spheres. Another name for the Central Universe is Havona. It contains one billion inhabited spheres in seven concentric circuits orbiting clockwise. Surrounding Havona and hiding it from view are the counter rotating dark gravity bodies, the inner belt rotating counterclockwise the outer belt rotating clockwise. Outside of all of this are the seven superuniverses.
The Isle of Paradise is the abode for the Paradise Trinity, of which the Infinite Spirit is a member (known by a myriad of names and titles). The personal influence of the Infinite Spirit is contained within the Central Universe. His influence outside of the Central Universe, past those dark gravity bodies, is in the Seven Master Spirits.
Scott, the word mother does not mean experiential. It means source, genesis, point of origination. I'll repeat this again: None of the members of the Trinity are experiential. That means that the Universal Father, the Eternal Son and the Infinite Spirit, regardless of what name or title you chose to give them, are all existential. The Supreme is experiential, but not the Trinity or any of its members.
Think of the word existential as a synonym for perfect and/or complete and experiential as a synonym for imperfect and/or incomplete. The Trinity cannot be imperfect or incomplete, therefore it cannot be experiential. The Supreme is incomplete, therefore it is experiential. Does that make any sense?
0:1.18 Divinity may be perfect — complete — as on existential and creator levels of Paradise perfection; it may be imperfect, as on experiential and creature levels of time-space evolution; or it may be relative, neither perfect nor imperfect, as on certain Havona levels of existential-experiential relationships.
Edited by Bonita, 07 February 2013 - 08:41 AM.