The book I have promised everyone should be out this year. I want to share one chapter of what I feel is a powerful book based on Roberta and I working together for the past eight years, using her skills and my Spirit Contact Therapy™.
CHAPTER TITLE: TWO KARMIC WHEELS
Have you ever noticed, that some of the most deserving people seem to avoid karmic retribution more often than not? You watch them do things and think, “Wow, he’s going to have karma to pay for doing that!” But you notice that he doesn’t seem to have to pay the piper. You think to yourself, “If I had done that, my karma would have come due the following week.”
My wife Roberta mentioned her instant-karma whenever she lost her patience while driving. Straight away she finds herself behind a slow driver; or when she is frustrated with something going on, her guide has gently reminded her it will bother her until it doesn’t. On the opposite side, a couple people we know who are sociopaths seem to be living the high life without consequences for their actions.
Not too long ago, Roberta began to question my whole concept of Karma because she wondered why “all the good people,” as she described them, seemed have their actions come back to them within a very short period of time and how the worst among us were not faced with their consequential tests sometimes for years. Her Spirit Guide pointed out that “the good people” were on a different Karmic Wheel than “the bad people.” There are, in fact, two sets of laws that govern Karma; one that is centered around love and the other, fear.
New information entering your mind supersedes previous information of a similar nature. Once a pathway has been established in you brain, the information it contains will remain unless or until new information overrides the old.
For example, while horseback ride, you fall off and hurt yourself. If that is the end of your equestrian experience, you have been programmed negatively. Instructors know this and always urge new riders to climb back on the horse immediately after fall off. This is an innate, organic process that does not require your conscious attention or active participation because the basic processes of the brain are in an endless state of growth and reorganization.
This awareness can be used in altered-state programming because your subconscious mind cannot tell the difference between a fantasy and a real event. If perhaps you suffer from a fear of crowds, go into meditation and vividly imagine yourself being perfectly relaxed while in a crowd. Your mind will accept this as reality and invoke the Law of Experience. After a few weeks or months, you will overcome the old fearful programming.
Peace and Light,
Because life has become so complicated, many people seek to simplify their existence in order to escape some of their pressures. It is comparatively easy to have few possessions and to be content with less. Many saints and gurus have chosen this path. But outward simplification isn’t an answer unless you can change inwardly.
Your mind is a complicated network of interlocking and timeworn beliefs that are creating your current reality. When you can attain freedom from these beliefs you will experience simplicity, because what you are internally always manifests externally. As a simple person you would see much more directly than a complicated person, and you would become more sensitive to your surroundings, to the world, and to the problems that must be resolved.
One example of simplifying a problem in your life would be to find a simple solution to a problem that you have not been able to find a solution to. In our lives, Roberta, having been a chef, wants to cook nutritious meals for us but found that she didn’t have the time with everything else she was doing. Our first solution was to go out to eat, sometimes two times a day. This idea ended up costing her more time, so her initial solution was still complicating her life. Lily, Roberta’s Guide pointed her to an ad for organic meal home-delivery, which ended up being a very simple solution for us.
Krisnamurti said, “Our problems—social, environmental, political, religious—are so complex that we can solve them only by being simple, not by becoming extraordinarily erudite and clever.”
What is one thing you can do today to make your life simplier?
Peace and Light,