Charlois Foundations

Greetings.  Over the next little while I’ll be writing “Charlois Foundations.”  These will be thoughts and concepts that serve as the core beliefs of the Charlois Philosophy.

At the heart of Charlois is the concept of God, creation, and the interconnectedness of all that is.  As I mentioned in Saturday’s Pastoral Reflection, everything begins with God.  Different faith traditions have their unique way of viewing God, but for our purposes we define God as all that exists: matter, energy, and yes, even a consciousness.  In other words, God has three components: body, spirit or mind, and personality.

Creation, much like God has three parts also: body, spirit or mind, and an individual personality.  The reason for this is that in the beginning, God took of itself a portion of its existence and separated it into various entities, physical aspects; then for some of these entities He breathed into it, life or spirit, beginning a process of vibration or living energy.  Finally, some of His consciousness bled over into some of these beings and became, “Adam,” or humankind.

Since everything that exists comes from the same source, God, we are therefore all interconnected.  It is our belief that being the situation, our functionality is dependent on all parts working together for the good of all.  Which is the manner, at the most basic level, that creation functions.  There is a life to all things that when in balance is self sustaining.  It is when things get out of balance that the macrocosm suffers.  When things work together the way they were created to then the organism flourishes, providing an abundance of everything necessary for survival.

The concept of Charlois is an intention to be a way for all the parts to become the best version of what they were created to be and then, out of the abundance generated, to share with the rest of creation so it can thrive as well.

This is a basic description of our belief.  We will cover more as time goes on but this should help people to understand one of the foundational concepts.

We look forward to hearing from you, so be sure and leave your thoughts in the comments section.

Have a glorious day.

Robert A. Charlois III

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