I think part of this suppression has to do with certain governments and religions not wanting people to understand their true birthrights -- their own intrinsic power. Because if most people really understood these things, no church nor government nor any other entity could manipulate and control them.
Instead of insisting to our children that they "get real" or "get their heads out of the clouds and come down to earth" or whatever parents tell them these days, we should encourage them to maintain that connection to Source, and to bring it forth with them as they grow into adulthood, and to help them sharpen this focus and expand their awareness rather than stuff them into some long-established Preconception Box.
Yes!!! Yes!! Yes!! Thuba!! The joy in yourself brings joy unto others!!! Yes, this right!! Very good! So glad you learned this. So happy for you!
Lately my biggest question has been:
How can I see that differently?
I apply that question to everything. Me, other people, situations, places, things etc...
How about you?
I hear you loud and clear. ;) You make complete sense to the way I understand the subject.
In the interest of keeping it simple, I dont usually go into those kinds of discussions at the beginning of a thread. I find that the oneness conversation makes everything so much more complicated to talk about - just as you had to ask if you were making sense to me.
This article and many others are pieces of ideas coming from a book I am almost finished writing called 'fresh perspectives.' The point of the book is to hepl folks learn new ways to change their perspective of there situation as per the teachings of LOA. Im quite excited about it.
At this point in the conversation though, I appreciate you bringing it up. You rock! :)
The most inspired people "on earth" have always been those who live their unique perspectives in ways that appear as greater contrast ....
This reminds me of Albert Einstein, who was very single-minded in his passions. He didn't do well in school except in areas of science and mathematics, because he simply wasn't interested in anything else, and his overall approach to life was that if the rest of the world fit around his pursuits that was fine, but if not, it didn't bother him in the least.
I agree with this sentiment. However, what I have learned through the LOA is that we form beliefs about the world, about our own personal limitations, about how we see the world, about how we respond to the world from a negative state of being. It is not until we break through this that we can then start seeing magic happen. Of course this doesn't happen to everyone, but I would guess probably more than less of the people in the world.
My question is: How does a person who has made mistakes free himself of the prison of playing catch up and begin to believe that he deserves a happy life when he feels his mistakes has harmed others, and possibly he is living his "payback"??