Saturday, May 9, 2015
An Opening Message from The Council
I thought this was a good example of an opening statement from William LePar's spiritual source, The Council. It normally sets the stage for the Research Group's questioning period which is normally one to one and a half hours then The Council gives their closing message. That was the general format for all trances. The Research Group consisted of 25 to 30 people from all walks of life who were delving into all aspects of spirituality.
The Council: Once again, we are privileged to serve you. Once again, we have the opportunity to demonstrate our love for each of you as spiritual brothers and sisters. Once again, we ask that you use your God-given mind, that you think, and that you accept only what you can accept at this time, but that which you cannot accept, do not throw away but simply set aside. What you believe today may be different tomorrow. Each of you are in the process of evolving, and as one evolves, one begins to accept more and more of what one originally ran away from.
As the spiritual cycle continues, the ultimate in acceptance will become more clear and more simple. The problem with man is that he attempts to hide from his rightful place and from his God, his Father, through a smokescreen of complicated theories and religious practices and self-indulgent concepts. But the faster he runs, and the further he runs, the more he runs into the ultimate to what he cannot escape.
You were created to assist the Divine Father to share and to be a part of what lies beyond what you have created. It is a destiny that is almost inescapable, but since you were created in the likeness of this Divine Father, you will ultimately have the choice of rejoining Him or separating yourself from that Divine Source. One joy, one hope, that each of you may cling to is that in order to separate yourself from that Divine Source you will have to work harder at that than you will have to work at rejoining Him, re-uniting yourself more completely with Him. All things will eventually return to its place of origin. All things will ultimately return to that Divine Source. Run as you may; most likely you will end up running back to your rightful place. Why take the long way around? Open yourself up to that Creator and shorten your path. Very well. We are ready [for questions].
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