We tend to be eager to help others help themselves. It is easy to see fault in others, to want to jump to their rescue. We can feel we know better, and all we want is the best for them. We are doing it out of kindness, of course, and we might very well know better, intellectually. We might even be able to guide them towards exactly what they express that they are looking for – but is it any of our business, really?
Have you ever done this? Felt someone needed your opinion, your evolved perspective and rescue, and grabbed the chance to spread some rescue remedy that is actually un-called for? If you have, you are not alone. I used to be a preacher on health and healing. Once I had a revelation, I knew everyone I met needed to hear about it – to be saved by me. I made everybody’s business, my business. Continue reading Deal With Your Own Shit – Then Serve Others→
The idea that negative ETs can intercept the group consciousness of positive ones is confirmed in the Law of One by Ra.
During one of the sessions, Ra stated that their communication with Carla Rueckert’s group could be intercepted by negative entities looking to deliver disinformation if the group failed to maintain ‘exceptional harmony’ (1).
For the W56, every thought and action had to be guided by love, respect and altruism (1). They taught that love is the key to a safe evolution – a crucial lesson for us to learn if we want to avoid destroying our planet (1).
Karma Yoga is a path to enlightenment achieved through selfless service that often involves some form of work.
Anything that helps people can be considered service, which includes creative work. Even if your job prevents you from helping people on a regular basis, it can still be considered a form of service if it helps the world function.
If you want to wake people up, I recommend either starting on the internet or somewhere in your community.
Karma Yoga traditionally involves guiding people to enlightenment – spiritual education is considered by many to be the best form of selfless service – but there are countless good things you can do for others and there’s no need to limit your service.
I used to have a column on the Culture of Awareness called ‘Love Yourself’ in which I shared a few words on confidence, self-love, empowerment, and other similar topics. I encouraged readers to focus on loving and accepting themselves before trying to help others, because in my opinion, we’ll be miserable if we try so hard to help the world that we don’t help ourselves.
Love and service to oneself is as important as the love given to the world, and some spiritual people have unintentionally become martyrs by focusing more on the world’s problems than their own. In doing so, they’ve ignored their own issues and caused a blockage to form between themselves and the higher, more carefree state of being they seek. Continue reading Love Yourself!→