Source Word Breath
Source – the Origin. The Beginning of the beginning. The part of the Creator that initiates.
Word – the Embodiment. The Being in the being. The part of the Creator made manifest.
Breath – the Movement. The Life within the life. The part of the Creator that animates.
S [Source] is yang
W [Word] is yin
B [Breath] is the line between the two
C [Creator] is the line that encompasses the Word and Spirit and Breath
Omnipresence: all presence; existing beyond the Law of Mass
Omniscience: all knowledge; existing beyond the Law of Time
Omnipotence: all power; existing beyond the Law of Energy
The triune relationship of these three is quite easily understood when keeping in mind that the Creator created the Laws of Time, Mass and Energy, and therefore is not subject to them. For instance, since I was young I was taught that God always was, and always will be; that God has no beginning or end. And I would think about that and ask “How can that be? Everything has a beginning and an end, and a period of existence in between the two. How can something just ‘always be’?
The answer is: if God created the Law of Time, God is not subject to it. Therefore, stating that God always is, always was, and always will be with no beginning or end is not so far-fetched an idea. It’s just outside our experience, because we live the finite realm of existence within the Laws of Time, Mass and Energy. All that we can fathom on an intellectual or physical level is subject to Time, Mass and Energy. These are the boundaries that contain the universe, down to the smallest flake of dust. According to our understanding of reality and existence, everything has to have had a beginning, a time in which it occupies space, and some energetic force that initiated its cause of its existence.
But not the Creator. God alone is above all things, for God created Time, Mass and Energy.
This accounts for God’s ability to know the end from the beginning, for outside the Law of Time, all events are simultaneous. Thereby laying claim to the title “Alpha and Omega, the first and the last, the beginning and the end.” To be the beginning and the end is to be not subject to the Law of Time.
Likewise, being outside the Law of Mass, the Creator is free to be in all places simultaneously; to be individually present in all things while remaining wholly complete and apart from all things.
Omnipresence, Omniscience and Omnipotence are the three attributes of the Creator that result in what the theologians call Sovereignty. The Creator is Sovereign over Creation by virtue of the fact that God is Sovereign over Time, Mass and Energy, which contains the universe and everything within it. In other words, if you can be omnipresent, omniscient, and omnipotent, you get to be God. And there are those who would like to know the future, get messages from beyond, and seek to look behind the veil of this experience we call finiteness, but personally, I’m thankful that I am not omniscient, nor omnipresent nor omnipotent! I would never claim to be so trustworthy a steward as to be able to handle so great a responsibility for even a second.