The enslaver of light

To bring light into live, one has to be honest and straightforward. There is no “perhaps”, or “if you could see my way”, there is only; I belive in the future in my kids, and that future is bright, because I believe, I believe in freedom, I believe G-d put us here on this earth, not to follow his words, but to search for them within freedom of speech.

We believe that we are here to find our freedom in a space where G-d is still with us, because G-d is that mighty, and beautiful search for the truth in speech.

We are but vain reflections of the true self we had when we were spirit, but we remember, and recall, the true nature of our spiritual self-image. We are born as tiny flecks of that spiritual community, and we are here to fulfill the task and the aim of our true nature; to build a bridge between spirit and nature.

This task of freedom that we hold dear and try to shelter, as unknown and secret powers try to steal that last token of freedom we have, is a persecutor and a lightdimmer.

We know, that to reach a true just society, we are bound to be confronted with the powers that try to shut us down.

We need the guardians of democracy, to truly fight that immense and never ending fight to shear those shackles of corruption that is the most easy part of power gone corrupt.

Those shackles are hanging on the wall, and each new generation is without hope, if the last did not fight to keep them there.

That neverending, continuous, deadly and empowering fight.

As true communism has faltered in its grip over mankind, now islamism has taken its place.

Islamism has stout friends within our midst, friends who are corrupted by unknowing and deft bringers of untruth. We need to shackle them, as they are corrupting our freedom.

Each and every day, they take a little more, a millimeter here, a millimeter there. In the end there is no more freedom, only slavery and tyranny.

That is the foe we are confronting; the enslaver, the hangman of freedom; the secret service of theft.

Let there be truth and light.

  1. Rene’ Descartes
    November 7th, 2011 at 20:09 | #1

    For many people, the way ‘they’ have kept you from asking spiritual questions was to tell you to have unquestionable faith in what they told you. In which case, you are spiritually stunted. That is contrary to the Masters admonition ‘Ask and you shall receive’ (the truth shall make you free). Stop having faith in everything, start asking your own questions to find the truth, you really need it.

    The way ‘they’ stop you from knowing that you are responsible, accountable and will reap your own sowings was to make you believe that He gave you a free ticket. That is dead wrong.

    ‘They’ also tell you that your Soul only have one lifetime to make it, or to reach some sort of perfection, That is a lie too. Every action, every thought, every idle word creates reactions, according to the Universal Law. When one thinks a thought, that thought makes an impression on the Universal Consciousness. Nothing is lost or done in secret. Everything is done within the Universal Consciousness, and the Whole is affected by it (as well as all others within the Whole). What you do, say, and think, and don’t reap in one physical life, you will in one of the following lives. What was done in the physical dimension will have to be faced and accounted for in the physical dimension. It’s now or later. You get away with absolutely nothing. The fact that you reap what you sow (Action-Reaction, Karma) should make you understand that you are accountable and hence, have to be responsible.
    Have faith in God, but in everything else seek knowledge and insight.
    This isn’t easy for us to believe, living in our own little worlds.
    Secret, private, alone and separate are active words in our vocabulary. This is due to our current separation in consciousness from the Whole. In the higher realms of consciousness there is no space. Things and people are not separate, but part of a Whole. All is actually One. All is within the Whole. By increasing the focus on self, we have created the illusion of a self, separated from the rest of life, but it just isn’t so. Our individual actions and thoughts make an impact on the Mind of the Universal One. From the spiritual perspective, it is very difficult to determine whether the soul had thought of doing something or had actually done it. In the deeper levels of consciousness, thoughts and actions are equal in their impact. Perhaps this explains The Masters admonition that adultery in one’s heart is the same as committing it in deed. Thoughts are things. Thoughts are real. You will be faced with it in the spirit world when you leave this one. You will see that ‘Love one another’ is the best teaching to lean, when you arrive in the other world. There is a clear indication that within the inner circle (Esoteric) of The Masters followers there was the concept that misfortune had a source, and that that source could extend beyond the present lifetime. As companions of God, we are free to live and choose and grow almost as we desire, but not without being subject to Universal, Spiritual Law. Through meeting our thoughts, actions and words we learn to discern wisdom from folly, lasting strength from weakness and true life from illusion. In turn we become more able to fulfil our ultimate purpose for existing: to be a companion to the Universal Creator. The law is actually a magnificent tool for perfect learning. It is completely impersonal — everyone experiences it equally and for the purpose of enlightenment. Reactions to past thoughts and actions become our fate, destiny and karma. An individual’s fate is simply the rebounding effects of previous choices remembered by its soul. The reason the effects of these previous choices often seem unfair to the conscious mind is because the personality doesn’t see beyond its own life for sources of current conditions. The law of karma is not some fierce god in the sky keeping track of everything so that it can zap people when they least expect it. Most karmic reactions in fact come from the individual’s own deep memory of what it has done.
    You see, actions and thoughts build a consciousness much in the same way that exercises and food build a body. In a way, we are a memory complex or matrix. Our body and mind is the subtotal of all we have done. The memories, whether conscious or unconscious, make up our present condition. Thus, when we look at one another we are actually seeing a memory complex. Decisions are based on our past; reactions are based on our past; so are our goals. To understand a person, we must know something about their memory complex.
    Not surprisingly, karma has been described as memory. Karma is memory coming to consciousness again. What has occurred in the past is recalled and has an effect on the present. Now, the recollection may not surface to the conscious level; the personality may have no awareness of the memory, in fact. Yet, it exists at the deeper, soul level. Nevertheless, the soul sees through the same eyes as the personality, and is reminded of its past use of free-will and consciousness. Naturally, some of these memories will be compatible with the Universal, and some will not.
    Memory is an important concept in understanding how the law of karma works.
    As a soul draws closer to the Universal Mind it becomes aware that some of its memories are not compatible with the Creator, and since its ultimate purpose for being is companionship with the Creator, it seeks out opportunities to resolve these incompatible memories. Throughout all of this the soul grows wiser and more compatible with the Creator.
    If, however, a soul has gotten so far away from its true nature that it has no conscience, then the Law can become a formidable obstacle to any further free-will action. Such a soul becomes surrounded by its karma; everywhere it turns it meets the terrible effects of its previous actions and thoughts. Yet, even a soul who has gotten in this pathetic situation can return to perfection because there is no total condemnation from the Creator or the Law. If the soul turns away from its self-centeredness and begins acting, reacting, thinking and speaking like a companion to the Universe, then the Law is just as perfect as it is with error; and the reactions begin to build and establish a new destiny for that soul.
    Karma is memory. As one recalls or relives situations, one meets self again, and a new decision point or crossroads is presented to the soul.
    “Before thee are set good and evil. Choose thou.” (Deut. 30:15)
    In our portrait of life, good would be equated with compatible, harmonious actions and thoughts which consider the needs and desires of others along with self’s needs and desires. Evil would be equated with actions and thoughts that are motivated by a self-orientation that pays little or no attention to the needs and desires of others and the Whole. Metaphysically speaking, good results in oneness, and evil results in a sense of separation. Decisions in one’s life could be approached by evaluating which choices promote greater oneness and which promote separation.
    However, it gets a little difficult to support this idea much further than that because in most of the secret teachings there is the belief that one must separate oneself from the world if one is to awaken to the greater reality beyond this life. Yet if we look closely at this belief, we find that the separation is more accurately a detachment than a separation. One is to strive to release oneself from the possessive power of the things of this world while still actively participating in it. In other words, one is to enjoy food and drink without being possessed by food and drink; one is to enjoy material life without being possessed by it.
    In one sense it is true that “not one jot or tittle shall be removed from the Law.” One must meet every bit of its karma. However, there is a way that it can be modified, softened, even ameliorated. If a soul, knowing another soul has wronged it, forgives that soul and holds no lingering resentment — perhaps has even forgotten the wrong in the depths of its forgiveness and understanding — then it begins to take hold of the power of forgiveness. The more it forgives, the more it perceives and understands forgiveness. Then, when it approaches the Universal Consciousness and realizes it possesses memories that are incompatible with the It, forgiveness is much more viable, removing the barrier between Father/Mother and son/daughter. The law is so precise (what one gives one receives; no exceptions) that if one begins showing mercy and forgiveness for others, one begins to receive mercy and forgiveness upon oneself. Now, the law is very sensitive to the deep, true purpose for which one does something, and if the purpose for forgiving another is simply to obtain forgiveness for oneself, then little is gained. But if one truly forgives, and forgives by understanding, through empathy and compassion, then there is no way one can avoid receiving forgiveness upon oneself.

    The law also works in some very curious ways. Somehow one’s greatest weakness possesses the potential to become one’s greatest strength. With each difficult situation, whether physical, mental or spiritual, there comes an opportunity. These “opportunities” sometimes appear to be hopeless problems, like a crippling disease, an uncontrollable habit or a situation in which one feels totally victimized without cause. More often they appear as annoyances or frustrations, like an unattractive nose, a difficult sibling, spouse, colleague, boss, lover or friend; or an ever present lack of money. In each case, the soul has an opportunity to resolve and overcome some weakness in itself, and by doing so with the right attitude, the soul can rise to new heights of consciousness, love, and companionship. Attempting to sidestep one’s crosses is simply a temporary diversion, delaying the eventual glorification that is the soul’s inheritance when it is sought.
    All has to be met. And yet, no soul is given more than it can bear to carry — this is the paradoxical blessing hidden in the limitations of time and space. A soul is given the time it needs to turn away from its selfish ways and, like the prodigal son, return home to a feast of joy and welcome from its Father in heaven. Reincarnation is not a way to avoid judgment and responsibility; it is a way to allow the soul enough time to correct its mistakes and develop itself.

  2. Asger Trier Engberg
    November 8th, 2011 at 10:08 | #2

    As usual, I am just baffled, I hope people people read your beautiful thoughts and really learn 🙂

    I feel elated, thanks 🙂

  3. Rene’ Descartes
    November 9th, 2011 at 18:23 | #3

    Mistakes are an acceptable part of being human. We are here to make all the mistakes we want because it is through our mistakes that we learn. As long as we try to do what we know to be right, we will be on the right path. If we make a mistake, we should fully recognize it as a mistake, then put it behind us and simply try not to make the same mistake again. The important thing is to try our best, keep our standards of goodness and truth, and not compromise them to win people’s approval.
    God loves us just the way we are, mistakes (Warts) and all. When we make a mistake, we should ask for forgiveness. After that, it would be an insult if we don’t accept that we are forgiven. We shouldn’t continue going around with a sense of guilt, and we should try not to repeat our mistakes. We should learn from our mistakes. God wants us to do what we want to do. That means making choices – and there isn’t necessarily any right choice. There is a spectrum of possibilities, and we should make the best choice from those possibilities. If we do that, we will receive help from the Other Side. God knew we would make mistakes. Life is all about mistakes. It is constant change and growth.
    Our greatest challenges in life will one day be known to us as our greatest teachers. An important purpose for mortality is to help us learn to recognize and to choose the positive even though the negative more fully surrounds us. We make this choice consciously or unconsciously in every moment of the day, and these millions of tiny choices create the foundation of our identity. We are what we think. We are what we say, what we do, what we fill our lives with.
    Ultimately, every being creates himself by these countless, crucial choices. It cannot be stated too often that the spiritual perspective is inward and not outward. Once we leave the physical realm we will view reality inwardly and not outwardly. All that we have placed inside ourselves will act as a lens, a filter. All that we see will be seen through and be distorted by these things we have stored within ourselves. This is why it is important to remove as much clutter as possible so as not to obscure our reality. We not only take our attitudes with us into death, but we inhabit them. They will, however, become much, much larger in death, much harder to bear, with no way to set them aside easily. If, during our lifetime on Earth, we matured in a spiritually rich and beautiful way, we will come to dwell in an environment that corresponds with these qualities. Conversely, if one has been stunted in spiritual growth through an undeveloped or misdirected lifestyle and religion, has led a purely self-centered life or has hurt other people, their spiritual environment will reflect something of these realities.
    A self-centered life on Earth places one in an area of the spiritual world with like-minded people who have yet to learn the value of unselfishness for the advancement of the soul. Environments distant from God are said to be dark, cold and inhospitable. Indeed, they reflect the spirits of those dwelling therein. In between these extremes are many levels representing different stages of spiritual growth. The central factor determining our level is the degree to which we have lived for the sake of others, and the extent to which we have been able to influence others likewise to follow paths of service and love. In this respect, the actions of loving, serving and teaching others carry the highest spiritual value.
    The spiritual state of being you have on Earth is the spiritual state you take with you to the world beyond when you die. There is no sudden metamorphosis from an idle person into an active person, from a nonreligious person into a religious person, from a money-centered person into a God-centered person. This is not an automatic thing. Death in the physical world means birth in the spirit world; and death in the spirit world means birth in the physical world. Because of this, everyone is born with a spiritual void within them.
    Throughout our lives, we fill our void with a multitude of things. Then when we die, we step into the spiritual void we have filled. This is why having love within us is so important when we die. Giving and receiving love from the heart creates a heavenly paradise within us which is manifested in the spirit world and becomes realized at death. Since we know that we enter the spiritual world at the same level of spiritual development we have gained while on Earth, then it makes sense that those who have had much give and take with selfishness, revenge and maliciousness will continue such acts in the spirit world.
    Our ability to accept truth, to live by it, governs our progress in the spirit, and it determines the degree of light we possess. Nobody forces light and truth upon us, and nobody takes it away unless we let them. The higher one’s soul development, the brighter the light will shine from their spirit. What determines what one looks like in the spirit world is the person’s quality of heart and life? One’s inner quality is perceived as light. One’s features are visible but the light that comes from their very essence is the identifying feature. For example, because they lived totally for other people, Jesus and other religious leaders emanate brilliant light. Spiritually, we are at various degrees of light – which is knowledge lived – and because of our divine, spiritual nature we are filled with the desire to do good.
    Heaven and hell are not places-they are spiritual states of being. They are not static states but are states in which there can be growth and progress toward ultimate wholeness of being. You grow to heaven. You don’t go to heaven. The only thing you take with you when you die is the love you give away. A soul is given the time it needs to turn away from its selfish ways and, like the prodigal son, return home to a feast of joy and welcome from its Father in heaven.
    Reincarnation is the method that allows the soul enough time to correct its mistakes and develop itself. We progress at our own rate to reach the light. If you do things that take you away from the light, then you are perpetuating your time here. The chief purpose for reincarnation is instruction. We return to Earth, not because of any external pressure, but because we desire spiritual growth. This is a universal process that prevails throughout all of nature. All living things are evolving through the use of a physical form in order to gain physical experiences. When we have learned the lessons we need from the physical world, we need not return unless we come back of our own accord to act as teachers or helpers in the glorious plan of evolution.
    God loves and suffers for those in spiritual darkness, ignorance and misery. Based on their desire and willingness, such souls are given opportunities for advancement. After we die, we may realize that we haven’t learned everything we should. So, we return and are born again. As we transform into another personality, our soul is maintained throughout. Our soul does not get bigger or smaller. We carry with us the characteristics of our former personalities. The phrase “burning off bad karma” means that we have characteristics that we have to deal with.
    Love unconditionally and unselfishly as much as you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, at all the places you can, during all the times you can, for as many people as you can, for as long as you can. Then you will be able to worship God within everyone and everything and even walk upon the water, if that is what you want.
    I am
    Rene’ Descartes 🙂

  4. Asger Trier Engberg
    November 11th, 2011 at 22:59 | #4

    Thanks Rene´ It is very beautiful and fulfilling 🙂

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