Healing happens - or not.
Accidents happen - or not. Romances happen - or not. Wars happen - or not. All by chance? Or are there hidden laws underlying all events? The Buddhist law of cause and effect? Is there such a thing as karma? What is the synchronicity effect?
In any case, the answer to these questions can be crucial for your health and development.
What are the causes of "diseases"? What is the significance of their effects? How can I protect myself effectively?
Our life often appears chaotic if we do not see through its lawful processes.
- We create everything with our thoughts.
- The downside of free will.
- Every event is the effect of a cause.
- The body is a mirror of our mind.
- The law of resonnance provides us with the set of experiences.
- Is there really a law of karma?
- Law or concept?
- Open yourself to grace.
- Symptoms lead us to the causes.
- You change from victim to co-creator.
- Trust, act intuitively and let go!
- Use the synchronicity effect.
- We experience ourselves as part of a larger plan.
We create everything with our thoughts
Yes - we actually have the Powerto create another reality.
We have this power - and have been using it for a long time, mostly unconsciously. What we have thought, felt and done in the past - even in past lives - has created our present reality.
Have we wished for this reality - as it is?
No, often we want something completely different.
Who among us is really at peace with everything?
We are usually not even aware that we are acting unpeacefully when we judge others.
The faults we see in others are always (!) our own.
The law of cause and effect
The law of cause and effect lets us feel this directly. Have you ever experienced it in action?
That's exactly what someone asked me some time ago. And yes, I have experienced it in a very impressive way:
And then it came, the "instant karma": The drivers of the next 3 cars all showed me a st....finger!!!! 3 direct responses from the universe in a row.
My anger was now mixed with a growing and appreciative amazement. I was ready to accept the lesson.
While I remained dissatisfied, I wrung gratitude from myself for becoming aware of the direct effect power of the Law of Resonnance. Defeated, I changed my plan and used public transportation. In Hamburg I just caught the last train to Ottersberg...
The downside of free will
In this universe the law of the free will. You've probably heard this phrase too.
It indirectly says that NOTHING can happen to you against your will.
Hard to believe in the face of so many experiences that seem to contradict it, isn't it?
You don't want to be "sick," cheated, or have an accident.
But how often is our will a sign of distrust, that what we desire does NOT happen?
How often a sign of fear that something is happening that we do NOT want?
Our soul is probably here on earth to have experiences, to gain consciousness, that is, to learn. Often it is its will to confront certain unpleasant or even bad events. Events that we always want to avoid with our daily consciousness.
The law of cause and effect serves her to purify herself, to recognize mistakes, to overcome them and ultimately to recognize herself as divine light.
Not coincidence, but the forces of our own will sometimes produce undesirable events.
Every event is the effect of a cause.
Have you ever thought about why you repeatedly have certain experiences? For example, accidents, bullying, lack of money, betrayal, loss or failure?
Everything you experience now is the effect of past thoughts, experiences and actions.
But is it also the effect of causes that at first glance are NOT created by you?
Are malignant "Viruses" or toxic heavy metals penetrated into us against our will before they can unfold their "pathogenic" effect in our body?
Centered in love, we are protected and free. We know this from earlier flights of fancy during our being in love. Often, however, we are not centered, but let ourselves be distracted and frightened.
It is thus our unloving thoughts that cause such "virus" or poisonous burdens and that we as mankind have spread. Also our collective fear of "illness", war and death is causal for it.
With our thoughts and feelings we send so-called "Elementals" from.
Every unloving and fearful thought we accept contributes as an elemental to poisoning our world in some way. Thus, we make it ugly and sick.
That's exactly what we have to pay for - as long as we don't co-responsible forgive ourselves for it - isn't it? Whether we want it or not.
The body is a mirror of our mind.
How do we deal with this? Through accidents, interpersonal conflicts or bodily symptoms - often called "illness xyz". We experience these as painful, debilitating or at least disturbing.
But our body is basically nothing more than a mirror of our mind.
A major theme of humanity in our 3D environment is separateness. Our physicality facilitates this illusory perception. Our ego defines itself as a body that is visibly separate and vulnerable from other bodies. Therefore, the ego believes in death.
Separateness leads to "disease". It is not our truth in which we are whole, secure and complete. Through judgment and struggle, we ultimately separate and harm ourselves. Because everything we send out falls back on us.
On a spiritual level, we humans are connected with each other in many ways. We are increasingly understanding this.
Spirit knows no body boundary. As soon as we allow our mind to perceive connections, especially our connection with the SOURCE of all being, healing happens. From Me to We. From "I-llness" to "We-llness".
In this blog you will find more thoughts on the role of the mind and the body. For example here.
The law of resonnance provides us with the set of experiences.
Closely related to the law of cause and effect is the law of resonnance.
Similar things attract each other. With certain things you "have an issue." And these things you attract into your life:
Positive examples: Time and again you meet people or things that support you perfectly. You find yourself in the company of humorous, fun-loving colleagues.
Negative examples: You are always taken advantage of by your fellow human beings, you frequently experience accidents or are constantly "ill".
You radiate this or that. Similar frequencies in the environment step into resonance with it and cause confirming events.
Fear and trust have very different frequencies.
- The frequency of fear invites the very events you want to avoid. The reward of fear.
- On the other hand, the frequency of trust causes exactly what you want from your heart to happen to you.
At this point, ask yourself in which areas you are confident and in which you are more fearful.
Is there really a law of karma?
I have been asking myself this question for several years. The "law of fate" or "karma" is still a central topic of study for me. Because it is directly related to the question:
What are the deeper causes of "diseases"?
And I want to know what kind of basic justice there is in this world.
My experience so far seems to prove that karma does exist. At least in the form of "As it sounds into the forest so it also sounds out." (see anecdote above)
A few years ago, I heard an inner voice inside me: "Rainer, the karmic laws are absolutely just." - Read about it, if you like, on the page about me.
I can't really tell who exactly that voice belonged to.
But it contributed - at first - to believe more strongly in "karma" than before. Especially since tears came to my eyes spontaneously, due to strong inner resonance.
Law or concept?
But I am open to questioning the theory of karma. In the book "Reality Transurfing" from Vadim Zeland for example, the author qualifies that karma is only valid for people who believe in the concept.
Zeland works with the notion of "variant space" - a space beyond our physical world where infinite possibilities exist.
One variant of this, he said, is the concept of "karma."
At the moment, I tend to think that karma is a fundamental law at least here on earth.
However, due to divine grace, it is rarely inexorable. As Kyriacos C. Markides points out in his book The Magus of Strovolos , it is the great masters who contribute significantly to dissolving karmically caused suffering.
The way in which karma helps your or our development is described in detail by Gina Cerminara in her book "Many Mansions“.
Die Quelle dieser Zeugnisse sind die berühmt gewordenen Botschaften von Edgar Cayce.
We gradually, over the course of many incarnations, overcome our lower selves and learn to be loving and empathic. This is perhaps the essential message of the Cayce Testimonies.
Open yourself to grace.
We are never alone on our path, even if we believe that too often. Up to now, we have tried far too hard, even slaved away, to escape from "pathogenic" conditions.
These were usually actions and therapy attempts of our ego, mixed with a lot of stress.
Isn't our little ego permanently on the move to want to change everything, assuming that otherwise we will inevitably perish? Individually or as humanity as a whole?
Dabei ist im Grunde alles viel einfacher. Wie der Titel eines Buches von Lola Jones es direkt beschreibt: Things Are Going Great In My Absence.
Lola Jones makes a strong case for leaving 90 percent of the heavy lifting to Divine Grace. Only 10 percent of the work needs to be done on one's own initiative.
For what? To invite Divine Grace and step aside yourself. Right then, everything falls to you - almost automatically.
Let your heart take the steering wheel now.
In this way, we finally let our High or Inner Self - linked to our heart - take the wheel. We can consciously decide to let our ego take a seat on the back seat.
Especially the very tricky spiritual ego should sit in the back. So that it doesn't give you a bad conscience all the time if you don't meditate enough.
Meanwhile, our gut feeling sits in the passenger seat. Neither ego nor gut are steering the vehicle. At the steering wheel now sits the heart with joy - in the certainty that everything is exactly right, what happens.
With a spirited YES to life, it becomes extremely easy and pleasant. Letting go of all resistance is the order of the day. Letting go and trusting that grace will lead you to where you really want to be and enjoy life.
This grace successfully guides you through all difficult situations and helps you learn from them in an easier way.
Symptoms lead us to the causes.
We can and should open ourselves completely to Divine Grace. It gladly takes over everything difficult for us, says Lola Jones.
Divine Grace translates to us the messages of our body symptoms that lead us directly to the root causes.
She shows us what resistances and patterns we can let go of and forgive, and sends us any help we need.
In this way, healing becomes concrete. This also applies to overcoming difficult karma.
As described in detail in "A Course in Miracles" our little ego has the role of the permanent adversary. It always wants to find a hair in the soup and can NEVER play the role of the healer - at most pretend. Because it only knows separation.
You change from victim to co-creator.
Almost all by itself, grace gently brings about an inner expansion of consciousness. You no longer feel separated and as a powerless victim of arbitrary "diseases" or catastrophes. Also because the karmic dependencies are gradually revealed to you. Rather, you change into a loving and healing co-creator of the world.
Is this really so? Yes and no. For example, it depends very much on not wanting to control life anymore.
Trust, act intuitively and let go!
Even a small advance of trust is often enough to bring movement into a stagnant "sick" situation. Life guides you. Just let go. Every now and then we experience no healing at all for a long time. Be aware that this has karmic causes and practice patience and love.
But remain active. Give your love actively. Every day.
And let yourself be guided.
Use the synchronicity effect.
Let yourself be guided - how does it work?
By taking advantage of the synchronicity effect. It is described in the first chapter of the spiritual novel "The Twelfth Insight" by James Redfield.
Surely you have already experienced individual examples of synchronicity yourself: You think of a friend, and a moment later he calls. Or you take a detour without knowing why, and therefore meet an important person or an event that paves your further way.
The novel emphasizes the importance of being in a permanent state of expectation for synchronicities. Right after getting up, we should consciously think that such miraculous events will take place today.
Expecting these events, however, does not mean being impatient. Rather confident and trusting. But in any case, firmly expecting that synchronicities take place and lead you from one step to the next.
As soon as we increasingly draw such synchronicities into our lives in this way, it becomes easier. It is then almost like the Surfing on a wave. It carries you in the direction you want to go.
We experience ourselves as part of a larger plan.
In experiencing synchronicities as well as the consequences of our thoughts, words and deeds, we gradually become aware of a larger plan. We are part of this plan, even if we do not immediately recognize and accept it.
What is this plan?
His goal becomes clear in the story of the prodigal son: We have - as children of the Primordial Creator - the freedom to move in any direction. Not infrequently we come to dead ends. And too often we no longer even feel the love of our Creator - lost in the maelstrom of worldly temptations.
But whatever we do, the Love of the All-One carries us through it all.
We unfold the divine consciousness of our creative Self within many incarnations. Framing laws - karma, resonance, synchronicity - ensure that we return to Primordial Creator in any case. Voluntarily, consciously and always loved. A wonderful celebration of joy awaits us.
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