Thursday, May 28, 2020
This is William LePar’s spiritual source, The Council’s, second step of the Five Steps to Spirituality.
The Council: If you take these five steps and apply them to your life, much spiritual growth can be accomplished. In fact, one can accomplish a degree of spirituality that most have only dreamed of.
The second step is: Never own anything. This does not mean that you cannot buy a new home or a new car or new clothing or jewelry or what have you. This is meant in the sense of possessing these things. You may not look upon these things as "This is mine." All the goods of the material manifestation, all the riches of the world, belong to the Divine Source and are only loaned to you for your use and your spiritual growth. This does not mean that those who have much must sell these things off or rid themselves of them. You have a right to have these things. You must remember that you are to use these things in your spiritual growth that they are only on loan to you and that they truly belong to the Divine Source. If you realize that you do not own these things, you can be more at peace with yourself because you will have no need to worry about losing them since they belong to someone else. You must turn over all that you think you own, such as property, cars, home, furniture, turn them over to the Infinite Father. Remember, they are only yours to use. He is loaning them to you.
Have you ever noticed some people who are very possessive of their material things? An example: A woman may own a very beautiful figurine or statue. She adores this and thinks it is very precious, and then a day comes by, and someone accidentally knocks the figurine or statue over and breaks it. Upon this, the woman looks at the shattered pieces and feels so disheartened. Her sadness and resentment make her unhappy. She is the type of woman who could very easily lose five years of her life over fretting at the loss of something that never belonged to her; yet she chose to possess it; she thought that it was hers. Now, we have just said that the lady could very well lose five years of her life over such a thing. We did not mean this literally. It is our way of saying that such a woman could very easily become so upset and irritated that onlookers could very well assume that this broken figurine represented five years taken from her life. Remember, all the materials, beauty and wealth and conveniences of the world are yours to have, to use. They are not yours to own but to have and use. Never own anything and that way nothing can ever be taken from you. All those things that you have, give over to your Divine Source. Realize that they are on loan to you and you will never have to fear losing them. With this attitude they will keep them more securely in your possession, than if you try to own them yourself.
Tuesday, May 12, 2020
The Five Steps to Spirituality – Part 1
What we are about to present, over the next several weeks are William LePar’s spiritual source, The Council’s, Five Steps to Spirituality. This information was given as a complete set at one trance session. The entire trance session is presented in six parts. We begin with The Council’s opening statement about the five steps and proceed to the first step.
The Council: May the Peace and the Joy of the Infinite Father be upon you, and May his Light shine down upon you and around you and within you.
What we are about to give you are 5 Steps to Spirituality. If you take these five steps and apply them to your life, much spiritual growth can be accomplished. In fact, one can accomplish a degree of spirituality that most have only dreamed of. What we will give you will be the five steps and a few basic guidelines to each step. These guidelines can help you expand these steps even further. If one makes a commitment to apply these five steps in their everyday life, we can guarantee that you will grow spiritually much more than you have ever dreamed. We can guarantee that you will truly become a new and whole being. You will be much closer to your Divine Source than you have ever dreamed possible.
The first step is the most important and is the one that takes a great deal of honesty with oneself. One must deal with this first step as honestly as is humanly possible for all others build on this first step.
The first step is: What emotions or attitudes or thoughts are now presently separating me from my Divine Source? Or what emotions, thoughts, or attitudes are not within the Divine Will?
When reviewing one's self, consider such things as jealousy. Are you a jealous person or are you jealous of other people? Are you jealous of what others have?
Self-pity is another point to consider. Do you feel as though you are not appreciated? Do you feel that you are some undiscovered flower in an oasis in the middle of a desert that mankind has not yet been blessed to see and smell your sweet scent? This is self-pity. Are you resentful? Do you find yourself in a state of sputtering indignation most of the time? Do you find that people do not appreciate you or feel that you are not appreciated, and does this bother you? Do you feel that you should be appreciated more than what you are?
Temper. Do you have an uncontrolled temper? Does your temper lead you to spiteful activities or actions against others? Remember, if you do not get rid of your temper, then your temper will get rid of much of your spirituality and certainly all of your joy. These are just a few points that you may look at, but there are many others that one must consider. What you are to do, as you look over these points, as you review yourself, you must be willing to admit to yourself that these truly are not godly activities or spiritual activities or activities that are within the Divine Will. Be honest with yourself. Do not try to rationalize those things that you know about yourself. Admit to yourself that these are acts of separation, that these are stumbling blocks between you and the return to your Divine Source and your rightful place within the Presence of your God.
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