The parable of the Hidden Treasure
" The kingdom of heaven is like this. A man happens
to find a treasure hidden in a field. He covers it
up again, and is so happy that he goes and sells
everything he has, and then goes back and buys that
This parable; read by the ego; means what it says
but what it means to the awakened soul is entirely
A HYPOTHETICAL EXERCISE
In his explanation of the parable of the weeds in
the field; Mathew 13:38; Jesus states quite plainly
that when he refers to the FIELD; what he really
means is the WORLD; So the treasure isn't hidden in
a field anymore, it is hidden in the world.
Furthermore, How can someone BUY a world?
What is the treasure?
What would make the man so happy that he would sell
everything he has to BUY that world?
This changing of a word here and there in this parable
can be interesting; to say the least.
What if; (the treasure) really meant (knowledge).
what if; (sells everything) really meant (rejects).
What if; (buys) really meant (Accepts).
what if; (hidden) really meant (secret).
This is a lot of what ifs; but, Let's put the parable
back together with these what ifs and it will read as
The secret knowledge is the truth about who and what
the true-man is. Knowledge that can only be fully
understood by the awakened soul; who in fact can only
be awakened by Jesus.
Once God's world has become truth; and the true-man has
become aware of who (he-she) is; Then, this world; the
physical world, has no more allure to it. The physical
world is perceived for what it is, a temporary place;
and ordained to end.
And so to summarize this ( hypothetical exercise )
The Kingdom of GOD is like this:
The eternal child of GOD; knowingly rejects the false
for the real; the real being God's world, the spirit
world, the Kingdom of God. The false being the finite
The awakened soul will reject the phycical world.
The awakened soul will accept God's world because the
awakened soul knows the truth of itself.