There is a profound teaching in what Jesus said in Luke 23:34 — ”Father, forgive them for they know not what they do.” Truer words were never spoken. In forgiveness lies the stoppage of the wheel of action, also known as Karma.
Karma is a basic principle of several Eastern religions that refers to a person’s acts and their ethical or physical consequences. Although there are various schools of thought pertaining to the exact nature of karma, in Sanskrit the word basically means “action” or “deed.”
The law of karma is an ancient principle that teaches that every action has and equal and opposite reaction. In other words, every thought… word or deed is a “cause” that generates an “effect” at some level that we must each play out in this life or the next. It teaches that everything we’ve ever thought said or did, even in a past life, can cause effects in our present, past and or future lives.
“Forgiveness opens the door to a changed relationship and a new life.Forgiveness isn’t just an altruistic attribute designed to make you feel good about yourself – it’s a truth….quite possibly. It’s the breaking of karmic chains and the key to ascension.”
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Abstract: The purpose of solidarity is to build our movement, and to embody our mutual care and concern for justice. Solidarity works best when we respect each others differing needs and life circumstances, understand that there are many ways of being in solidarity, and co-ordinate our responses. It does not work when we attempt to coerce, shame or inflict guilt upon each other, even subtly. The common life initially rests on the constitutive need for the human beings to be combined to form a community of similar which is also a community of destiny, out of which, as Aristotle wrote it, no man could exist humanly, nor simply to survive. When solidarity requires us to follow our group‘s social moral rules, we usually have non-instrumental reasons to do so as ways of standing in solidarity with others, and this is true even when our rules are not as good as they can be. Solidarity often grounds reasons to follow somewhat defective rules, it also grounds reasons to improve our social moral rules as well in order to bring them more in line with our group‘s ideals or make us more effective at promoting our shared ends, which has lots of limitations to refine oneself and grow. It’s each of our basic needs, duty and the purpose for the art of right living by understanding the natural state of each soul, with compassion, liberty and solidarity within to protect the dignity of our divine life and living as a means for keeping us united as oneness in nature to balance natural health.
The principle of solidarity has its roots in the scriptures. The book of Deuteronomy tells us: Since there will never cease to be some in need on the earth, I therefore command you, “Open your hand to the poor and needy neighbor in your land.” As has already been stated, solidarity is not just about the duties of the rich for the poor, ‘all are responsible for all‘. Both the Interdependence and the responsibility go both ways. It would be a mistake, of course, to focus solely on rich and poor here. ‘All for all’ means what it says. Here lies one aspect of the importance of the principle of solidarity. Intelligence is one of the most divine gift to all human whether he/she is poor or rich which itself a self-responsibility to protect the same by respecting interdependency.The fragmentation of societies and nations has not brought us isolation from the troubles of others. The rise of individualism has not brought us a better class of person. We have been encouraged to think of being ‘fiercely independent’ as being a virtue, and to feel that relying on other people is a weakness. The reality is that we have never been more dependent on more people than we are now in this age of globalization. The virtue of solidarity is quite demanding. Echoing the Golden Rule of the gospels it ‘translates into the willingness to give oneself for the good of one’s neighbor, beyond any individual or particular interest. Mohandas Gandhi recognized this aspect of Jesus’ teaching and applied it to his own situation. As far as he was concerned, Jesus was the first proponent of non-violent resistance. Its value can’t be seen from the cleverness of a theory though. He said, “It shall be proved by persons living it in their lives with utter disregard of the consequences to themselves”. That is true for the importance of solidarity as well, but we have had our example of how effective it is – like Gandhi – from the beginning, from Jesus, himself.
First and foremost, human solidarity is founded on mutual respect of each others uniqueness, and a deep sense of appreciation of our common humanity – that we are individuals with intrinsic self-worth, and that we are sisters and brothers within one human family inhabiting planet EARTH, our home and our heritage.
As in many dualistic realities — there is also hate and confusion. I choose to vibrate to the frequency of LOVE. Following not the facebooks, twitters, snapchats, instagrams — but savoring….passionately, in the Journey, my JOURNEY. My very own seeking to understand the benevolent and sometimes unbelievable messages of Jesus, Mother Mary, Confucius, Mother Teresa, Dalai Lama, Buddha, H. P. Blavatsky, Hermes, etc, etc, etc.
Love & Forgiveness…. is paramount.
Namaste: an ancient Sanskrit greeting still in everyday use in India and especially on the trail in the Nepal Himalaya. Translated roughly, it means “I bow to the God within you”, or “The Spirit within me salutes the Spirit in you” – a knowing that we are all made from the same One Divine Consciousness. The more formal greeting Sanskrit Namascar pronounced NAH-mah-scar is also used in India, though less frequently in Nepal. The Hindi “Jai Bhagwan” is also in common use, and carries the same meaning.
A good portion of individuals diagnosed with schizophrenia are simply made to appear as if they have gone bat shi* crazy. Please, don’t believe the hype!
According to Fiona Broome, The “Mandela Effect” is what happens when someone has a clear memory of something that never happened in this reality. Many of us — mostly total strangers — remember the exact same events with the exact same details. However, our memories are different from what’s in history books, newspaper archives, and so on.This isn’t a conspiracy, and we’re not talking about “false memories.” Many of us speculate that parallel realities exist, and we’ve been “sliding” between them without realizing it.
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ME experiencers, want so desperately to conform, to be normal, to belong, to fit in with society, to be as we once were. We experience things that are uncomfortable for us and we desperately would like to quietly sweep it all under a rug. We try and try but there is always that excitability, that sound, innate feeling…. deep within us that constantly pushes us, letting us know that there is something more to this life, something real….here. We want to believe, I guess this is the child in us that refuses to accept the No, or shut up — for an answer. They just want to know the Whats and the Whys. ME experiencer’s are discovering things that matter to their existence and quite possibly ours/yours as well. They are going against the grain, attentive to whats happening in the present moment — and this cannot be a bad thing! If I was to theorize, summarize this phenomenon, it seems at least to me on the outside looking in, that these Rebels, Wanderers, ME Advocates, Universal beings are working towards their own upliftment and that of the planet — in ways that can not be understood or seen by the masses at this time.
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Could there be something to these anomalies that are perforating realities? Something worth fighting for…??!? Leave your thoughts in the comments section.
In the video below the author breaks down research recently completed on the topic.
“There is no miserable place waiting for you, no hell realm, sitting and waiting like Alaska—waiting to turn you into ice cream. But whatever you call it—hell or the suffering realms—it is something that you enter by creating a world of neurotic fantasy and believing it to be real. It sounds simple, but that’s exactly what happens.” ― Lama Thubten Yeshe, Becoming Vajrasattva
“The best way to be of service to others has been explicitly covered in previous material. We will iterate briefly. The best way of service to others is the constant attempt to seek to share the love of the Creator as it is known to the inner self. This involves self knowledge and the ability to open the self to the other-self without hesitation. This involves, shall we say, radiating that which is the essence or the heart of the mind/body/spirit complex. Speaking to the intention of your question, the best way for each seeker in third density to be of service to others is unique to that mind/body/spirit complex. This means that the mind/body/spirit complex must then seek within itself the intelligence of its own discernment as to the way it may best serve other-selves. This will be different for each. There is no best. There is no generalization. Nothing is known.” — The Law of One, Author: Ra ~ Your Most Humble Servant
“If we remembered the true truth @ the beginning — those lessons that would eventually be presented and learned @ the end — would begin to bring forth a better understanding of life itself, because deep down in our innermost, we wholeheartedly realize the practice given — which was put in place —explicably for us.” — Carla B.
“In an ancient scriptural text in Shaivism, there is an aphorism which states, “Consciousness herself, having descended from the expanded state, becomes the mind, contracted by the objects of perception.” This statement is the basic teaching that we are all interconnected beings, but feel separate due to illusion caused by our attachment to the sense of “me and mine.” We have forgotten our true heritage of Unity Consciousness and are lost in defending our separateness and are impoverished in a feeling of disempowerment.” — Author, Unknown
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The time we are currently experiencing is a time of vigilance for awakening Humanity and the millions of Lightworkers who have worked so tenaciously to co create this Cosmic moment we are now in the midst of, but this is not a vigilance based in fear. It is a vigilance based in the inner peace and the elation of knowing we are one with the true Divine Source Creator God.
In the video below Teal Swanexplains how becoming aware of “the all” awakening our ” higher consciousness” catapults us to an entirely different dimension — where everything may exist in a more perfect state. She titles this episode: Conscious Creation (The Wave of The Future). It definitely helps put things in perspective for wanderers. I pray you find truth in her words as I have.
In the video below, Teal Swan,Evette Rose and Jannecke Øinæs enlightens listeners — in a unique round table discussion on physical health and the simple truth regarding the root causes of physical ailments. — (Click here for original video on Youtube)
A lot of the pain we are dealing with — is really only…. our thoughts.
“In the spiritual life every person is his or her own discoverer, and you need not grieve if your discoveries are not believed in by others. It is your business to push on — find more and increase individual happiness” ― Prentice Mulford, Thoughts Are Things
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