Have you ever contemplated the meaning of “the way”? We go this way, then that way, but way is the right way? Religions have their way but is that the right way for you. Religions teach and preach their beliefs, have a set of rules and and culture providing a foundation. But like eating a limited variety of food, you have to ask ” am I getting all the life nutrients I need to grow? Like different beliefs systems, religions have different names for God, and many use images to “represent” God in icons for art or for worship. But do they really have a different message or is it just man interpretation carried over year after year, distorting the truth, not intentionally, but it is just the human way.
In the Dialogue of the Savior, Judas asked Jesus, “How do we find the Way?” Jesus answered, “By developing love and compassion.”
In the Bhagavad Gita, Krishna said, “those who find the way are those who have love and forgiveness in their hearts.”
Buddha said in the Dhammapada, “No one can understand the Way unless they have pure hearts”
In the Tao Te Ching, Lao Tzu said, “The perfect man is one whose sins are forgiven. He becomes one with the Way.
We are spiritual beings with a divine spark within us wanting to find the way home. The Way is for each of us to seek and discover. You may ask for directions, or read ancient texts, or belong to a religion, there is no right or wrong way. As long as there is love, compassion gratitude, and appreciate in your heart , there will always be kindness and service to others. One would have to believe that is a good beginning.
Consider that when we are born, we are being sent to school for a lifetime of learning. We have no memory of our past and through our culture, education, media and religious systems we are molded into what we are today. We have questions about God, about where did we come from, what we are doing here and where we are going. With a divine spark within us, our soul, spirit, the essence of our being, we are on a life long journey seeking the truth. It is your journey and your journey alone. Our ancestors, with different cultures, religions, and beliefs have left behind their ideas, concepts and sacred texts.
With an open mind and understanding that these ancient texts have been translated into many different languages and copied over and over by scribes, the message may have not be conveyed as intended. Let your higher self and love be your guide.
Jesus said in theGospel of Thomas, which was omitted from the New Testament, “If those who lead you say to you, ‘See, the kingdom is in the sky,’ then the birds of the sky will precede you. If they say to you, ‘It is in the sea,’ then the fish will precede you. Rather, the kingdom is inside of you, and it is outside of you. When you come to know yourselves, then you will become known, and you will realize that it is you who are the sons of the living father. But if you will not know yourselves, you dwell in poverty and it is you who are that poverty.”
Consider death as going home after school and learning whether you passed or failed. Consider, a failing grade may result in a redo. Reborned without a memory of what you have learned and you get to do it all over again.
The Law of One started with L&L Research, Don Elkins, Carla Rueckert, and James McCarty. They wanted to make contact with an extraterrestrial. This spirit, or extraterrestrial was a race complex called Ra. During the first contact Ra said “We have watched your group. We have been called to your group, for you have a need for the diversity of experiences in channeling which go with a more intensive, or as you might call it, advanced approach to the system of studying the patterns of the illusions of your body, your mind, and your spirit, which you call seeking the truth. We hope to offer you a somewhat different slant upon the information which is always and ever the same.”
The Law of One takes you on a spiritual journey revealing our purpose of existence and the consequences of our behavior. It shares some of the same concepts we learned in our religious systems but in a more metaphysical, scientific, and complex vocabulary. It is about the human race and our past, present and a glimpse into the future. Simply stated, it is about love, light, wisdom, free-will and seeking the truth. The complexity and the richness of the responses were so masterfully and skillfully crafted. If the Law of One resonates with you it will touch your soul, providing answers to the age old questions of who are we, why we are here and where are we going. There were 106 channeling sessions in a three year period discussing a variety of topics including earth’s history and its 75000 thousand year cycle. Ra answers an array of questions regarding various subjects including positive and negative paths, meditation, UFOs, Moses, Jesus, the pyramids, Atlantis, Chakras, Reincarnation and much more in scientific and spiritual terms.
Ra opens each session with the greeting “I am Ra. I greet you in the love and the light of the Infinite Creator. We communicate now.” Don would ask his questions and through Carla, Ra would respond. Throughout the 106 sessions, Ra did not provide information that would interfere with our free will. Ra always closed the session with “I am Ra. I leave this instrument in the love and the light of the One Infinite Creator. Go forth, therefore, rejoicing in the power and the peace of the One Creator. Adonai.”
In 15.7 Don asked Ra “What is the greatest service that our population on this planet could perform individually?” and Ra response was “I am Ra. There is but one service. The Law is One. The offering of self to Creator is the greatest service, the unity, the fountainhead. The entity who seeks the One Creator is with infinite intelligence. From this seeking, from this offering, a great multiplicity of opportunities will evolve depending upon the mind/body/spirit complexes’ distortions with regard to the various illusory aspects or energy centers of the various complexes of your illusion. Thus, some become healers, some workers, some teachers, and so forth.”
How you offer yourself is your choice, your path regardless your belief system or religion. Whatever helps you get closer to God is the message, and look within yourself for the truth. L/L Research has a wealth of information in their website.
The Law of One may provide insight to each reader based on their personal experiences.The Ra material may not be for everyone, but with an open mind, the study of the Law of One may answer many questions for anyone seeking the truth. The topics are broad and one of the best ways to explore is to go to the Law of One information page and search terms you find interesting. Another good source to learn is to follow Scott Mandelker, PHD. He has studied the Law of One for years and provides his understanding and breakdown of each session on YouTube.
Have you ever wonder where all the religions originated and why?
Consider that our universe is timeless with one infinite Creator. The infinite Creator sent prophets to spread the message of love and helping others with the understanding there is one Infinite Creator. Religions were started based on a message from the Creator through Jesus, Krishna, Buddha, Muhammad, Tao Tzu and other ancient Sages, Mystics and prophets in different times and places. Man, in all their wisdom expanded the message to meet their needs and that is what we have today.
We all have beliefs from our culture, where there are few or no facts. What we have been taught is so ingrained, it is difficult to look beyond these teaching for answers. In seeking the truth, one should look past cultural beliefs to get a fundamental understanding why we are here and to gain some insight of where we may be going.
We are all spiritual beings on a journey. We have free will and should trust our instincts to make the choices of what we want to believe or dismiss.
The Law of One provides insight on many subjects: why we are here, where we are going; Moses, Jesus, the pyramids, Atlantis and the 7 chakras to name a few. All religions are equal, one is no better than the other. With an open mind, the study of the Law of One may answer many questions. The Law of One could have been the one true message that resulted in religions as we know them today.
There is a movement shaking the ground we walk upon today. I’m not speaking of a movement for change, but a movement of change. This change is not positive nor is it conducive to a happy healthy world. We no longer reach out a hand to help but reach out a hand to hurt. Our words are no longer meant to comfort but meant to slash and belittle. Our hearts no longer hurt for those in pain or those who cannot help themselves; as they are too full of hatred and anger or indifference.
Yet in all this bleakness a light shines, the light of our children. An eight (8) year old boy who sees his friend unable to eat a hot lunch at school because he had no funds raises money to feed 3000 students hot meals daily at school. A thirteen (13) year old girl begins making fleece blankets to send to orphanages around the world after her brother, who served as a missionary, came home to tell his family stories of the children suffering; there are now children in ten (10) states participating in her program. A ten (10) year old girl who, after visiting her grandmother in a nursing home, starts a band that serenades the elderly to show them they have not been forgotten. Children around the world are paying it forward; making a difference in hopes of making a better world.
As parents we hold our children close, teaching and molding them into the adults of tomorrow; yet today we find we have as much to learn from them as they do from us. As adults we have become cold, callous and indifferent to our neighbors and our world. We close our doors at night locking ourselves in and the rest of the world out. Unfortunately, along with the locked doors we have locked our hearts as well.
It is time for a new movement, a movement of love, compassion, caring, and appreciation. A movement that brings a tear to our eyes again, that rattles our soul and envelopes our hearts with more happiness than we could ever imagine. The change our world needs begins with us.
To each of us I challenge to Pay It Forward, smile and hold the door open for a stranger, check on your elderly neighbor, reach the top shelf for someone at a grocery store, hold a child’s hand to comfort, pay for a meal for someone who otherwise would not eat, smile at strangers for no reason. Close your mind and live through your heart, be the person to others that you would find comfort in yourself.