by Owen K Waters
The Law of Creation has three components, or aspects of consciousness. Simply put, they are thought, feeling and motion, although you could use other terms such as intention, attention, and action. Basically, when the male or yang aspect is set into complementary motion with the female or yin aspect, then all of Creation becomes possible.
So, how does the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit relate to the Indian trinity of Brahma (creator), Vishnu (maintainer), and Shiva (destroyer)?
Both relate closely to the Original Trinity principle or Law of Creation.
The founders of the Christian church wanted Jesus to sit next to the Father, so the Holy Spirit (known in the East as Mother God) was bumped over one place to make room.
Hindu philosophy took the stance that, if the Trinity is to include Creation, it should also include the opposite, or destruction. This is a reasonable stance if you look at examples of life and death in nature.
However, a more accurate basic principle in today’s age of scientific thinking would be motion rather than the concept of destruction. Motion is what makes the universe possible.
For example, we now know that light energy consists of (the yang energy of) electricity plus (the yin energy of) magnetism set into complementary motion at a specific frequency. The basic principle of all Creation is yin and yang in motion.