Friday, August 31, 2012

Spirituality Defined

The following gives William LePar's source, The Council's, views on spirituality. Hopefully, this information will be useful to you.

The Council:  Spirituality. Some of you express an interest in spirituality. Some of you say that you are on a quest for spirituality. Some of you say that you wish to be spiritual. But what is spirituality and how do we attain it? It is very simple. It must be simple, it must be very obvious. It must be staring us right back into our faces if we have an All-Loving and Forgiving God, an All-Loving and Forgiving Divine Presence, and since we do, then spirituality is before us. If we cannot see it, if we cannot understand it, if we cannot reach out and bring it into ourselves, it is because we choose to be blind to the love that this Infinite and Divine Presence has for us.

What is spirituality? It should be obvious and yet how very, very few see the obvious. Spirituality is but an attitude, an attitude towards oneself and an attitude towards life or to those around us. How do we attain spirituality? If spirituality is an attitude, then to attain it we simply bring that attitude into us, make it a part of our nature. Not something we talk about, but something that we do something about.

What is this great secret, this attitude, this mystifying miracle maker? It is as simple as this: Do nothing to someone else you would not want done to yourself. That means then you must be caring, you must be loving, you must be honest, you must be faithful, and you must be a responsible individual. That sums up spirituality, yet for as simple as it is, for as obvious as it is, those who choose not to see what lies before them are numbered in the frequency of raindrops hitting the face of the earth in any given storm. Infidelity to oneself translates to infidelity to all other aspects of that individual's life.

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Thursday, August 16, 2012

How to Avoid Negativity

While our Research and Study Group was reviewing our information on prayer from William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, I came across the following information that I would like to share with you:

Questioner:  What can we do to avoid negativity?

The Council:  Develop spiritually within, inside yourself.  Place your entire being in a positive frame of mind at the very beginning of your day, simply by starting your day off with a prayer and committing yourself to a godly existence for that day. That is your first means of protection.  But from there you must take a constant watchful eye on each and everything that transpires.  It is not an easy task at first, but once you attune yourself to such a day, over a period of time it becomes quite natural and you automatically protect yourself as long as you are willing.  You see, it first comes through the inner change and attitude.  Make each act of yours an act that you are offering up to your Infinite Father as an act of prayer and each act then that you find yourself engaged in, check and see if it is a godly act, if it is something you wish to offer up to your god or not.  You see?  Very simple little things like that can help keep your entire day a godly expression, thus eliminating any effects of negativity, at least to the point where it would be detrimental to you.

Questioner:  What is the best way to protect ourselves from negativity?

The Council:  There are many ways, if you are talking of, shall we say, little gimmicks.  There are many ways of doing that.  But basically again they are only, shall we say, amplifiers for the mental attitude that must be present, such as protecting yourself with the White Light which is a very strong form, because it necessitates visualization which is a strong tool.  The gemstones that we have given you in the past can be a form of protection, but you see, these are all, shall we say, little gimmicks; they are little amplifiers. The real protection comes first in your own mental attitude. 

As far as your own beings and protecting yourself, keep yourself attuned to godly ways, and that is your safest means of protection.  Use the visualization process of the Light that represents Christ and His protection.  Those would be the simplest and most productive.  A good foundation in what is godly and what is not as far as knowledge goes is very beneficial.  A certain amount of knowledge is good.  Then from that knowledge allow your God-given wisdom to put it into practice and to magnify it so that it becomes useful in many areas of your day-to-day existence.

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Thursday, August 2, 2012

Fate and Destiny

The following comes from one of William LePar's Universal Being Lectures and requires no additional comment from me.

I don’t care what conditions you were born into. I don’t care whether you were born into abject poverty or an abundance of wealth. I don’t care if you were born into a condition where there was great sadness in your family or great joy. It’s immaterial in the final analysis because at the point of birth that was the hand that was dealt to you. The beauty of life is that we have free will and with that free will we are able to change anything. Fate is what you came in with but you make your destiny. You are not condemned to those conditions that you were born into. You have the free will choice and with that choice, right thinking and positive action, you can create whatever destiny you want. Remember after all is said and done you are a god in the small and you have a great deal of control over your own destiny by the choices you make. If you want happiness, genuine happiness not temporary happiness, if you want spirituality, you make the choices now so that your destiny is what you desire.

I’d like to end this with a two line quote from the Council. The essence of these two sentences is everything in a nice neat little package. It goes this way:

“Those of you who quest for spirituality and happiness must understand what real spirituality and happiness is. It is not the act of kindness or loving or caring but it is the thought that instigated the act.”

If the thoughts are sincere, if they truly come from your heart, then they will become action. They will become a doing and they will become reality.

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