It occurred to me early this morning that there must be a great many people in the West who strive to be good, honest people who love God, but for various reasons, do not want to follow Christianity…
My mother had me Baptized as a young child into the Presbyterian sect of Christianity, but my experience of the way people acted in that church caused me to be disinclined to attend that church. Later, I attended a Baptist church with some of my young friends. An adult in that church cornered me and asked me if I was a Baptist, and I said no, and he said I could not attend that church if I was not a Baptist.
I remember, when I was very young, living across the street from a Nunnery, which was just down the street from a big Catholic Church, and I used to walk across the street and ask those Nuns why I was good-looking and my friend Johnny was not? And those Nuns, like many other Christians of whom I asked a great many questions as a child, always gave me the same answer: “It is just the Will of God”, they would say.
That answer never seemed to me to be a proper answer to what for me was a very serious question. And that question bothered me a great deal. I mention this because I can’t be the only person in the West who wonders about such things in life?! I was four or five years of age when I was asking such questions.
It was not until thirty-plus years later that I came upon a book that answered that particular question, and a great many more questions as well. I forget the name of that book, but I read a great many books at that time, and they were all based on the same teaching. That is, they were all based on Law of Karma.
Were you aware that the Law of Karma was established by God at the same time He Created the Creation? The Law of Karma is one of two principle Laws upon which the entire Creation is based, and the Law of Karma was designed by God expressly for every Soul in Existence. And the Law of Karma has no religion, no sects, and no membership, nor is there any requirements to meet… in order for the Law of Karma to operate? And yet, it applies to every Soul, and it is absolutely just, fair, equal, and Perfect in its operation.
And the MIND that is attached to each Soul in the Creation is the local administrator for the Law of Karma. And, there is a public record of the Law of Karma that is available to every Soul that exists in, or is passing through, the Astral Region of Creation. It is called the Akashic Records. And these records hold every thought and deed a person has had, done or been involved in. And it exists , whether one is aware of it or not!
So, why is the Law of Karma not known in Christianity? It is not known in Christianity because the Law of Karma depends upon another primary law of God, that of Reincarnation, or the fact that we Souls have as many lifetimes in which to fulfill the Purpose of Life as we need? This means, of course, that the notion that a Soul only has one life to live is untrue, specious, and wrong.
Where does the notion that a Soul only has one life to live come from? I believe it comes from a misunderstanding of Hebrews 9:27.
“And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment:”
And this verse is quite correct, however… it applies to the cycle of birth and death rather than to the final “Judgment”that takes place around the time of Armageddon. The cycle of birth and death is such that at the end of each lifetime, one’s Soul is evaluated as to how well it did working though the Fate Karma it faced in its just completed life? And depending upon how well the Soul did, its next lifetime reflects what that Soul “NEEDS” to help it grow, and improve itself. The idea of “one life to live,” is another flaw in how this verse is misinterpreted, or misunderstood. It is not commonly known by Christians that EVERYTHING THAT IS ALIVE ON EARTH HAS A SOUL!
It is the Soul “Within” a thing that gives it life. When the Soul is removed, that thing dies. The ONLY thing Real in a living thing is the Soul of that thing.
From the smallest molecule to that of Man, every living thing in Creation has a Soul. This means that a carrot has a Soul. A tree has a Soul. A worm has a Soul. A fly has a Soul. So… does the Christian want me to believe that if a Soul happens to be born as a fly, that is the one and only lifetime that Soul has in Creation. And that …when that fly dies, it goes back to God and spends eternity telling other Souls about its life as a fly? I’m sorry, my view of God is of an entity that is much more loving that that. Much more sensitive than that, and much more Creative than that.
And this is part 1 of this blog.
Peace, Brother James