Friday, February 14, 2014
A Message from The Council - Part 4 - How Life is Measured
In part four of this series of articles from The Council's opening message at their first public trance, they give us some very important information. Here they tell us how we look at the life just completed once we cross over to the spiritual realms and determine whether we remain in the cycle of reincarnation or move beyond that. They point out several important thoughts in this section. There is one that we think is of particular interest because it explains how our "reality" exists in terms of cause and effect.
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.
"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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