Thursday, December 1, 2016

Giving What We Don't Have

In this information from William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, they explain how we can get the most out of our life.

The Council: ... let us see if we cannot make a comment on the proper attitude one should have in life.

How can you give out something you don't have? Well, the answer is you cannot. One must begin to look at oneself in such a manner so as to discover some element that is worthy of loving. The whole exercise of a life in the material form is for one purpose and one purpose only and that is to love others as you love yourself. If you cannot love yourself, then your life is going to be wasted. If you are in such a situation where you do not love yourself, then take a portion of your life and discover a reason for loving yourself, aside from the egotistical approach. Do good for others and find joy in that. Certainly, at times it can be a task, it can be a challenge. You may reach points where you say you are ready to give up. Well, that is acceptable, too, because those are emotions, but stay in there because those emotions will go. All things have a time, a season. You must learn to accept this, and if at a given point in time you are tired of carrying a burden, stick it out because that time will pass and it will be no more a burden than getting dressed in the morning.

If one can begin to look at their life as a task of self-discovery, and that before that individual lies many avenues, but only one will be direct. We can guarantee you that one will usually be the steepest. The more that life asks of you, the steeper the path will be, the quicker you will climb to the mountaintop. If you take some other road that may appear to be less steep, you will never be sure that you will end up at the top of the mountain. You can perform many great deeds in life, and then you can perform many great deeds in life.  Why the two statements? The first is performing great deeds. Doing things. Actions. Activities. Accomplishments. They are automatic, so to speak. They are more a fulfilling of nothing more than an obligation. This in itself is not entirely wrong.  But then there is the other good deeds, where the heart is in it, where actions are taken, things are done, because deep inside there is that desire to show the kindness, to show the gentleness, to show the dependability, and when those things are done for others, to show the respect that you have for the other person. One requires the ability to love oneself in a godly manner. The other one only requires determination and physical energy. The one that requires a godly love and self-respect for oneself applies to the latter example that we have given. You might as well reap all the benefits of actions, especially when it is such a simple condition that you must establish within yourself, and that is the ability to love yourself, therefore love others. If you take the other road, well, it will be a lot of effort put forth and not very much accomplished as far as you as an individual will be concerned.

Monday, November 14, 2016

Why some Lives are Filled with Problems - Part 6

Why some Lives are Filled with Problems - Part 6 

In the final portion of this six-part series, William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, gives us another important piece of information. Here they give us the key to removing all karmic debt in this lifetime so that reincarnation, for us, is unnecessary.

Questioner:  In your opening statement, you referred to our lives as being a lake that has been disturbed by our mistakes. When we come back, are we trying to change things so that the lake smoothes out?  Is that what you were referring to?

The Council:  It is not necessary to wait till you come back. You can still the lake to a degree in this present experience or in this present life. You must remember there is a portion of the spiritual cycle that is now in play. This is what might be referred to as a bridge segment of what most people refer to as the New Age or the Golden Age or the Age of Light. You are not fully into it yet, you are still in the bridge portion of it, and during this particular time, karma takes on a new aspect or as we have said in the past, the new karma, which means that you do not have to correct all your karmic debt from the past. What you must do to overcome the karmic picture that you have created and the need for any other reincarnations is simply live this life the best you can with what you have. It is not necessary to undergo the old practice of karma which is an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth. In this bridge portion of the spiritual cycle, a new aspect has been added so that it is not necessary to wipe the slate completely clean. What is required is make the effort to do so, and then forget about the rest. Now, this cannot be a one-time effort or a two-time effort. As you live the rest of your life, you must constantly try to do the best you can. Oh, there will be times when you just will not do it, but spiritual success is guaranteed to those who fall and will pick themselves back up. So, if you try and you fall back into old habits or old ways, do not stay there. Try again, start over, and keep this process up. Then when you leave the material manifestation and you ask yourself, did you do the best you could?, your answer will then be yes, and you will move on to a Whole new realm of growth and development.

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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Why some Lives are Filled with Problems - Part 5

In the fifth part of this six-part series we are told about the different forms of love that we can practice in our day-to-day existence and how practicing them leads us to a higher spiritual plane. Again, at the end of this quote William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, gives us important thoughts about life.

The Council:  A few points or steps in expressing that godliness that lies within you is to be able to love others without judgment, to be able to accept the need to love without anything asked in return, to love without any strings attached. This is a spiritual love.

Another love that you must attempt to practice is the love that you have for your family, for your loved ones, for your spouses, for your children, for your parents, and that is a love of taking care of, nurturing. Another form of love is what is commonly called brotherly love, but it also indicates a friendship love, a respect for other individuals, and a concern for other individuals. There is still another love and that is a community love or a communal love, and this type of love, it is a reaching out, it is becoming active in community projects that uplift the community, that benefit the community, that adds to society as a whole. If you take these different forms of love and attempt to practice them in your life, if you begin to think and act upon a decision as opposed to a reaction, your life will begin to improve immeasurably because you will have begun to realize your true spiritual potential. You will begin to realize that with all your good aspects, with all your positive aspects, and with all your not so positive aspects, you have a uniqueness to give to mankind. Your mission in life, and all have a mission, is to offer yourself, your love, to your fellow man.

Spiritual growth is not a way of life that asks you to do without, but it is a way of life that asks you to give so that there is a greater room within to receive. Matter, creation, life, the earth, is in existence because of a consciousness. Your life is in existence because of a consciousness that you have. Matter can be looked upon as the effects, and consciousness is the cause. To change your life into something more positive filled with greater joy and peace, change your consciousness ever so little, if that is the best that you can do, and your life will improve, your happiness will be assured, your joy and your peace will be yours. Spiritual growth, and this is an important statement, cannot be gained through the knowledge that you have or the wisdom that you have, it cannot be lost because you may have a lack of knowledge or wisdom, spiritual growth is gained only by what you do with what you have. This Divine Essence will accept you as you are, if you will only allow that to happen.

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Friday, September 30, 2016

Why some Lives are Filled with Problems - Part 4

In this quote from William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, they tell us how we earn entrance into the heavenly realms. The last sentence in this quote is truly a key to our success in life.

The Council:  The destiny that you have once you leave the material manifestation is not measured by how many good things you have done as opposed to how many bad things you have done, but it is measured by the true heart's desire. There are many things in life that you do that you wish you had not done, that you do not seem to be able to get full control on, will that hamper you from the God-Made Heavenly Realms?  Not necessarily, not necessarily. If the circumstances in life have been such that you are not capable of certain things, does this withhold you from the God-Made Heavenly Realms?  No. What will allow you entrance into the God-Made Heavenly Realms is when you ask yourself, "How much did I do?  How much did I really try?"  The answer that you give yourself will determine which of the Heavenly Realms you will go to. This Divine Essence does not judge you. This Divine God does not judge you. He does not weigh your good faults and your bad faults. He accepts you just as you are, all the good in you and all the bad in you, all the positive and all the negative. But you see, deep in you is a god in the making, a rediscovery of self, taking that divine essence, that divine spark, that spiritual electricity, and bringing it into the totality of your consciousness, your soul, your physical life, and allowing it to manifest to those around you. That is what life is about. A quality life or a spiritual life does not depend on how much you have; it depends on how much you have given of yourself.

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Why some Lives are Filled with Problems - Part 3

In this third section of our six-part series William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, continues with the theme of improving our lives by growing in self-respect. They offer an essential "helping hand" to the process of spiritual growth.

The Council:  So, to change your life, to make it more productive, to give you more in life of what you want, to bring a spiritual development or growth to yourself, first love yourself. Have a self-respect, a self-esteem for yourself, and then create an image in your mind of yourself, create a positive image of yourself. A helping hand or an essential aspect of spiritual growth is something that your world today dislikes. Most of the world today feels this thing is not good, is old-fashioned, is unworthy. What is this thing?  It is discipline. In your society today, the word "discipline" is a vile word. It is dirty. It is unacceptable. Your society feels that discipline means to do without. This shows a lack of wisdom and insight because discipline does not mean do without, discipline means gain control of yourself so that you can have all that you wish in life, so that you can benefit from all experiences, so that you can have a life of peace, of joy, of happiness, so that you can have spiritual growth and all the material things in life that you wish. Discipline does not mean to do without. Discipline means to take control of yourself, give yourself a direction in life and follow that direction, by making conscious, well-thought-out decisions. Do not react, but act. Gain control of your life, gain control of yourself. Think about each challenge that comes to your life, each crossroads that you come to. Discipline means to gain all that you wish to gain. It does not mean to do without. Those things that you can control, wonderful, control them. Those faults that you may have that you cannot control, at least, with discipline, you are able to practice a degree of moderation. And so that which you cannot control, at least moderate it to a degree.

Thursday, August 11, 2016

Why some Lives are Filled with Problems - Part 2

This is a continuation of the information given by William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, during their first trance for the general public. In the previous quote they explained how poor choices in life can lead to other, more severe, poor choices. Here they tell us how we can stop the process of poor decisions and return to our chosen life path.

The Council:  How does one begin to correct the situation?  How can one return back to that peace, that calm, that still lake?  One must begin to think and then act as opposed to reacting. To change your life, you must begin to act instead of react. What is necessary then to begin to act in a more godly way?  A keystone in spiritual growth or development is this:  You cannot grow one iota if you do not love yourself. The problem with the world today is that it does not love itself, it loves things, material possessions. But the individual creations of the Divine, within life, do not love themselves. They have lost that insight that they once had to their true value. So the first step one must take is to begin to love themselves, not in an egotistical way but in a godly way. Then one must begin to respect themselves, to have self-esteem, again not in an egotistical way but in a godly way. You must remember that there is a value to you regardless of how lacking in love you are or how many things you have done that you are not proud of, there still is a value to you. You have something to offer to mankind that only you can offer; no one else has that ability, that quality, that presence, to offer. You are a unique individual and only you can fulfill your mission in life. No one can fulfill it for you. So in that sense you are extremely important in all of creation. You are of true value because you have something to give. Do not worry what it may be, but think of giving of yourself. Create a self-image for yourself. Begin to think of yourself as a better person than what you presently think of yourself, again not in an egotistical manner but in the sense of having a respect for yourself, knowing that you do have something to offer that no one else can give.

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Friday, July 29, 2016

Why some Lives are filled with Problems - Part 1

This is the first of a six-part series delivered by William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, during their first trance for the general public. In this series of quotes they explain, in picture form, how poor choices in our lives can lead to future problems which might never have occurred if we had taken more time to seek a better solution.

The Council:  Reality is a collection of all of you creating together, not as individuals but as members of an orchestra. You are in concert with each other. The material manifestation or the earthly life is the opportunity to work with other entities in the growth process; it is a giving and a taking; it is a sharing.

Why are some lives so filled with problems?  Why are some lives filled with so much sadness and sorrow?  Why is it some people never seem to go anyplace?  They seem to stand still. Let us give you a little example of how life works. Although some of you may find this very hard to believe, initially when you made all the spiritual agreements and contracts to experience life with those around you, your life was planned out so that it would be filled with peace, contentment, happiness, and joy. If this be the case, then why are so many lives contrary to this?  Picture your life as a lake, as smooth and quiet as a mirror, a piece of glass. At some time, at some place, at some experience in your life you reached a crossroads where a decision had to be made. A decision was made, but the decision was not as good as it could have been, and so this caused a ripple on the surface and slightly distorted the clarity of it. So as life progressed then another crossroads came, another decision had to be made. The decision was made not through the clarity of the lake or the pool as it was originally, but now that decision is made through that ripple effect, and so the clarity of sight is not there, and again a wrong decision is made causing a greater degree of ripples, more ripples, less clarity, less quiet, less calm, less clear. And as life goes on then, each decision is made through this distortion, through this lack of clarity until finally this peaceful, placid lake, this mirror, is totally distorted, all clarity gone. This is how life becomes a trial. This is how hardships come into being. Once the lake becomes so distorted, then decisions are no longer really made, but instead of decisions they become reactions to emotions and to situations, reactions to emotions and situations.

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