Spirituality through the eyes of a Truth Seeker

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The Spirituality Behind 9-11 (Part 2)

If you have not done so, please read Part 1 before reading Part 2.

If you have read Part 1 and found it to be thought provoking, get ready to get your mental socks blown off!! There is a high probability with this post that you’re going to be shaking your head in disbelief and saying “No way is this true!“, which by the way is a common reaction when people’s beliefs are being seriously challenged. This is why the previous post delved into the various areas that I have come to realize are involved in Truth Seeking.

The next level of Truth is just below your current level of Truth and upon your initial arrival there it’s going to be confusing and sometimes hard to accept.

During the ensuing days after 9/11 the one thing that a lot of Americans did was to reinforce their Patriotism by displaying the flag and saying “God Bless America”. From my perspective, the blessings of God are bestowed upon you continually without fail, 24/7, whether you are asking for it or not. Why? God so loves his children that not loving them is never a consideration.

As a parent, when your child does something wrong, do you stop loving them? You may not agree with what they are doing and even attempt to circumvent it, but ceasing the act of love is not a consideration. Being made in the image of God, then it follows that God does this on an even more expansive level.

I tried to convey to some that the fact that the presence of God is in your life with or without the asking. In other words you cannot not have the presence of God in your life that it is actually impossible to disconnect from God. Hence there is never a reason to ask for Blessings that have continually flowed into your life without ever having to ask for them. All I got in response to this was the “deer in the headlights” look because the big question that resulted from all of this was “How God could let this happen?”

Let’s go back to the parent analogy.
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Random Thoughts
  • “Enlightenment is a Personal Experience the authority of which is Inside me.”
    by Jeff Staebell, My Life Experiences
     
  • “Although negative passions may run high, they do not have to rule you. Your inner peace and the sanctity of your being aren’t worth trashing because of some negative feeling you have about something. Just let it go, and return to the knowing and experiencing of who you really are. Try not to abandon the self. Try very hard. In the end, your soul will be so grateful.”
    by Neale Donald Walsch, Conversation with God Series
     
  • “You must be very grounded in the 3D world to integrate and understand the myriad of fine symbols and meanings of other realities. First of all you must clearly love and accept yourself for who you are and this is no small task When you can lovingly recognize yourself as your own creation you free yourself from the mass induced trance of powerless living. You must live your life with clear boundaries and distinctions applying great discernment and discrimination of mind to all you encounter. In addition you must learn to honestly and openly express your feelings and emphasize you own self worth as you learn to develop a true love for who you are. Conditions, excuses, competitions or wishing you were someone else will get you nowhere; and if you live life with few boundaries you may find yourself greatly infringed upon by characters not only of this dimension but others as well. You must first learn to treasure and value your human form and then you can learn to enhance your perceptions and begin to explore the web of existence by paying attention to the greater influx of vital life sustaining energies that filled your world.”
    by Barbara Marciniak, The Pleiadians