from Wisdom Teachings with David Wilcock: [#58] 'Escape the Next 25,000-year Cycle' - April 21 (on gaiamtv.com)
("Different religions and spiritual paths claim to have the only answers to ascension. Despite their best intentions, they may be compounding the problems we face rather than solving them. The truth is there are simple things that you can do, no matter who you are, to promote your progress. As we move toward the end of this cycle in the third density, we must be more focused on loving people instead of manipulating and controlling them. David Wilcock reveals how you can ensure that you are not caught in another 25,000-year cycle of life, trapped in third density reality in this presentation originally webcast April 21, 2014.")
It was all about how we need to experience life, and have desires, so that we can learn lessons from them; not live by Ten Commandments-style Thou Shalt Nots, but by the attitude that If you steal, e.g. you will be stolen from - i.e., the Wheel of Karma, grinding us out slowly into our purified forms (my words). In order to Ascend to the next, higher level of 'density'.
There were some good basic principles mentioned, from the Law of One series. For example:
1) the primary purpose of an entity is, in this density, to experience all things desired.
(Life is a class. Do it, and, experience karma; for the primary message/lesson is: You are accountable for all you do. You never get away with anything. Life is not chaotic. The primary 'commandment' is: become loving.)
2) Analyze, accept, and understand those experiences. (The purpose being to balance your karma, in order to progress on the spiritual path.)
3) Distill the love and wisdom that can be found within them. (Ditto.)
4) Exercise your imagination where the things you desire wouldn't infringe on others' free will.
This latter is when he got into the subject area that I commented on; whereby he seemed to be saying that Christians shouldn't be so judgmental of others; that people should be allowed to do what they want to do (same-sex marriage, he gave as another example from the one I cite below). His bottom line to his lesson:
"Experience what you want."
Well; yes, and……
s.stanfield, posted on April 23, 2014 new
…but I'm not precisely sure why he took after Fox News about talking about the likes of 'welfare queens'. There ARE 'welfare queens'; and the 'racism' is in their doing it - living that sort of life - in order to get even with Whitey. They are buying into the Al Sharpton mantra of being a victim. There is nothing wrong with calling them, and him, on that distortion.
I guess David was just trying to make the point about how (some) Christians feel that some people need to have 'God's will' enforced on them, when what is really going on is the Law, not of a vengeful God, but of Karma. Well, yes; and, 'some people' need to get off their karma-creating kick, too, and help stop the Wheel from just going around and around and around.We ALL have work to do, lessons to learn. Or we wouldn't be here.
So, I would say that the true bottom line, to the whole shebang, is:
to become fully conscious Beings. Or, more accurately:
to return to full consciousness.
From experience in the - seeming - realm of separation. From our Creator. And from our Selves; as aspects of our Creator.
And thus the real end to the lesson.