Posts Tagged ‘Law of Sacrifice’
In order to merely keep food on the table for this mob, the father and head of the household, a goldsmith by profession, worked almost 18 hours a day at his trade, as well as any other paying chore he could find in the neighborhood.
Despite their seemingly hopeless condition Albrecht and Albert, two of the elder children, had a dream. They both wanted to pursue their talent for art, but they were fully aware of the fact that their father would never be financially able to send either of them to the art academy.
After many long discussions at night, in their crowded bed, the two boys finally worked out a pact. They would toss a coin. The loser would go down into the nearby mines and, with his earnings, support his brother who would attended the academy. Read the rest of this entry »
The indigenous inhabitants of the Earth – the ancients – revered the planet they lived on. It was like a mother or father to them, and they considered it a source of all good things. It supplied the food, both from the forest and from the ground, through hunting and planting. The Earth supplied water, and gave them shelter, even when it seemed angry.
Mythology developed around Earth and her children, and many stories prevailed. Many of the gods of old became depictions of the energy of the Earth. And rather than put it into one scenario of singularity, the divinity was often split into many, god-like energies of the sea, the air, the land, the crops, the sun, and even of warmth and cold. But this was always in respect. This sense of respect for the Earth has been the longest held view of the planet, and has existed with the indigenous peoples even up to a few hundred years ago. The ancients recognized it, and were some of the first to establish a protocol with the Earth. They saw the Earth as an Energy of Consciousness, which we then labeled as Mother Nature. Read the rest of this entry »
I will say that as a professional psychic medium, I get all kinds of people, from many walks of life who like to barter, i.e. trade goods or services without the exchange of money. Some of the things that I end up with (or more often end up passing on to others) can be pretty darn interesting.
In spiritual work one hand washes the other. Help and you shall be helped. If more people would step on board with this theory, many would live a much more comfortable and happy life. We should be teaching each other more often, and share our knowledge.
In my private business, many people cannot pay. Sometime they have just lost a child to the spirit realm and, of course, I am not going to charge them to speak with their son or daughter. I do not have it in me to do that, especially if it had only been a year or two since the crossing. Read the rest of this entry »
You have come from a culture that values self-sacrifice to the point of personal harm and degradation. We use such a powerful and strong statement to describe the outcome of your choices made in this context, because our message to you today is about ‘Selfishness’ and ‘Taking Care of Self’.
Your concern for not only the feelings of others, but also their perception of you gets in your way over and over again. You strive to fit yourselves into a mold of another’s expectations and values. We would never tell you not to consider other’s feelings in your decision-making, for truly we are all connected, and in the most direct and physical way possible, every choice you make, emotion you feel, song you sing, affects everything around you! Read the rest of this entry »
In the Age of Pisces, humanity learned about dualities. We learned about the duality of good and evil, power and the lack of power. Many took control and power over others, while their subjects suffered in silence.
We were also taught the concept of a God who was sacrificed, and that we must pay for our sins and serve others to make penance. This was an age of atonement for past sins and sacrifice in the now to reap the rewards of Heaven.
The Aquarian Age, which is fast approaching, has a vastly different energy and expression. Some believe that we are already in the early stages of this age and its energy is already being felt. Read the rest of this entry »
The Earth supplied their food, both from the forest and from the ground, through hunting and planting. It supplied them with water and gave them shelter, even when it seemed angry.
Mythology developed around the Earth and many stories prevailed. Many of the gods of old became depictions of the energy of the Earth. And rather than put it into one scenario of singularity, the divinity was often split into many, god-like energies of the sea, of the air, of the land, of the crops, of the Sun, of warmth, and of the cold. But this was always with respect. This has been the longest held view of the planet, and has existed with the indigenous even up to a few hundred years ago… always with respect. Read the rest of this entry »
Each part of our body has many functions, many parts. Some we can see and some, of course, we cannot. Each has a very important function and serves a role that helps our body to work and operate well.
For our body to continue to run well, we have to take care of all the parts. We must ensure, for example, that we don’t drink too much alcohol, or eat too much fatty foods, because if we do it could ruin our liver. But healthy living goes beyond our physical lifestyle. If we think negative thoughts, or are emotionally bitter or cynical, then we also promote disease in the human body.
It also goes beyond our own life and body. Our planet is also a living, breathing body and all the smaller parts of our wonderful world must also run smoothly, in order for nations and countries to survive and grow, and for all to live in peace and harmony. Read the rest of this entry »
Are you in a rut? Not getting what you want out of life? Whether you are hoping to achieve something on a psychical or emotional, or even spiritual level, it is my believe that you must always give up something in order to achieve that which you desire.
There is always going to be some form of sacrifice necessary for what you want in life. The most typical sacrifice often required is that of time – time that you must sacrifice to get that career or relationship or whatever it may be.
If you have a goal in mind for travel plans or a vacation, for example, you may need to put aside time to plan accordingly, or put more time in at your job to generate the money necessary to fund your trip. Read the rest of this entry »