The Metaphysics of Wholeness

Our experiences are the result of our choices and actions. Some people – because of their thinking, choices, and actions – are in constant triage. They have a habit of making ill-considered choices and taking poorly thought-out actions.

Other people seem to enjoy perpetual health and wholeness because they are the products of wise choices and actions. These people realize that our thoughts create our reality because our thoughts led to choices and behaviors based on the quality of our thinking.

The metaphysics of wholeness is a mind, body, spirit connection. When all three are in sync we enjoy perfect health. If they are out of alignment, we may end up like the  Biblical character in the New Testament Gospel of Matthew who is paralyzed and can’t walk. (Read Matthew 9:2-8 in your favorite Bible translation)

A literal interpretation of this story seems straightforward. The man is lowered through an opening in the roof and, because of his demonstrated faith and the faith of those who lowered him, he is miraculously healed. It’s a heart-warming story, but its deeper metaphysical meaning makes it relevant to us today.

  • Paralyzed man symbolizes the crippling thoughts which handicap us, keeping us stuck and immobilized, blocking our good
  • People assisting the paralyzed man represent faith-oriented thoughts which refuse to see anything but health and wholeness
  • Process of lowering man through the roof suggests the creative process in which Divine Ideas come from our Christ Consciousness
  • House stands for human consciousness
  • Scribes symbolize worldly thoughts which come from traditional thinking
  • Bed or mat generally serves as a badge of lack consciousness
  • Earth usually represents our physical body
  • Son of Man symbolizes that within us that knows the difference between truth and error
  • Evil represents purely material thoughts which deny our divinity
  • The phrase ‘Your sins are forgiven. Stand up and walk’ invites us to eliminate our error thinking (give up the false for the true) so we can behold our wholeness

Metaphysically speaking, this  Biblical passage invites us to choose health and wholeness, despite appearances to the contrary. It assures us that we can transcend any crippling thought or habit which limits our good once we know the difference between truth and error.

We can refuse to be fooled by outer appearances and, thus, affirm our wholeness by recognizing the incredible power of our divine nature. That’s what Jesus the Christ meant when He asked, ‘Which is easier to say, ‘Your sins are forgiven’ (which means  denying the power of outer appearances to withhold our good) or ‘Stand up and walk’ (affirm our health and wholeness)?

We are already whole at the level of Spirit. The healing process is the restoration of the harmony between us and our divine nature. Our wholeness is the truth of us. Our completeness is there whether we believe it’s there or not. But our molecular health depends on the healthiness of our thoughts, choices, and actions.

Here’s the secret to a metaphysics of health: We cannot think Truth and error at the same time. We cannot feel truth and error at the same time. Health, then, seems to be a product of truth and sickness is a consequence of error. If we want health, wealth, and prosperity, we’ve got to think health, wealth, and prosperity. I believe our wholeness is a thought away. I believe instantaneous health and healing are not only possible, but probable, when we amp up our Christed thinking and feeling.

©2007 Bil Holton

Dr. Bil Holton is a metaphysician and Truth practitioner. His mission is to help others have a better understanding of the Bible, and learn how to walk the spiritual path on practical feet.


About Cher & Bil Holton

Since 1984, Cher & Bil Holton have been co-owners of The Holton Consulting Group, Inc., helping corporate and association clients enhance bottom-line results using cutting edge employee engagement. Their keynote speeches, turbo-training, and coaching sessions are practical, grounded in research, and lots of fun to boot! They are prolific authors, and take "Indiana Jones" vacations to continually stretch their limits!
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1 Response to The Metaphysics of Wholeness

  1. Metaphysical Bible interpretation is most interesting when it leads to discussions and a variety of viewpoints! So please add your comments, interpretations, and ideas to this Blog! The more we share, the more we all grow in our Spiritual awareness and understanding!


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