Wednesday, February 25, 2015

A Way to Perfection

In this quote William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, uses the first commandment to show how following it can lead us to perfection.

The Council: To achieve the maximum in any lifetime, what you must do is totally accept that first Commandment, and that is, respect yourself enough so as not to have a false god within you. If you can respect yourself and respect your God, if you could look upon yourself as a true reflection in quality not quantity, but in quality, then you would realize that this would be your actual last reincarnation. You would more than likely, when you left that lifetime, would more than likely move directly into the Angelic Level [of The God-made Heavenly Realms].

So the key to perfection is respecting yourself enough so as not to separate yourself from that Divine Source through an artificial god. It can also be boiled down into something as simple as being wise enough to realize that if you live your life as a god, you will reach perfection.

The Fall of Man came from the fact that he decided he could do it his way, and that his way would be better or at least achieve the same as the Divine's Way; he immediately found out that that was not the case. If you apply the principles of God or attempt to apply the principles of God to your everyday action, you can rest assured that this will be your last needed lifetime. So the simple answer is, respect yourself as a god and respect the God that you know. Conduct yourself in such a way so that you would be proud to stand in His sight. Conduct yourself in such a way so as to be able to say that you did the best you could. Now, again, these are all based on your own inner honesty, not what you say with your mouth but what your heart says.

Once you have achieved that, which is very simple, then you will have eliminated karma for yourself, you will have eliminated any additional lifetimes necessary, you will more than likely have moved at that particular transition or crossing or death experience, you will more than likely have moved directly into the Angelic Level. It is all that simple. It was simple 50,000 years ago. It is simple today. In fact, it is a little simpler today, because all you are asked to accomplish today is the sincere desire to do. Fifty thousand years ago, you had to do it. That is the simple answer. Keep that recognition that the Divine Way is the only way. Simple enough?

Sunday, February 8, 2015

Husbands and Fathers

William LePar's spiritual source, The Council offers advice to husbands and fathers.

The Council: In respects to creating a relationship or assuming the responsibility of a relationship between you and your family, you must take into consideration that at times a good father is a strong disciplinarian. Children lean heavily on parents, and parents should be strong for their children. The problem with the world today and this is in a general sense is that most parents are weak, mushy, formless forms of existence. They say no and yet they do nothing to strengthen that no. A good parent will say no and that is no. Since children lean strongly on their parents, and it is necessary then for the parents to be strong, strong enough to support those children, then when a parent says this is the limit, then that parent must be strong enough to prove to that child that that is the limit.

In relationship to a spouse, a husband should be willing to share with a wife. He is not her king; he is her provider, and he is her caretaker. He also must share with her. If a husband can tend to the needs of his spouse, if he can be willing to support her and yet allow her to express herself, if he can back her and be faithful to her, then his relationship can do nothing but evolve to a much more healthier and productive relationship, one that is steeped in genuine happiness. But a husband must give to his wife what he would like to have returned. A husband is the seed planter in a family. The wife takes that seed and brings it to full fruit. Just as a man and a woman unite to provide a ground or a foundation for another entity to experience a growth cycle, so must a husband and wife unite to produce a period or situation of
growth for both of them, so that their love will evolve to a more fulfilling expression for each. The problem with too many husbands who would normally fall in the realm of being a good husband is they are far too domineering, and it is because it is a sense of insecurity. No husband can hang on to his position or his wife if he is domineering, so it is futile attitude. If he looks at his wife as a fully productive individual, equal to him, then he and she will bind themselves together much more deeply than if he attempts to hold her to him.

Next posting - A Way to Perfection


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Friday, January 23, 2015

Developing a Closer Relationship to Our God

In this quote from William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, they explain how we can develop a closer relationship with our God. In this quote, for those of the Christian belief system they mention Jesus. The Council has always recognized the other major belief systems. In this case they are speaking to an audience that is Christian so they speak in terms that those in attendance can relate to. The Council refers to all major belief systems as offering those in that system the best opportunity for their spiritual growth.

The Council: At first, it might be advisable to ask yourself what kind of relationship do you want and do you expect with your Creator. The closer you are to your Creator, the more intimate a relationship you have with Him and the more subtle it is, the more you are apt to view others as part of your own family. You begin to develop a greater relationship with your God by developing a greater sensitivity to those around you. In this process then you become plagued with many questions, many concerns, many crossroads of "Well, is this right or is that right? Should I do this or should I not do that?" And at times, it takes a great deal of effort and honesty to look beyond just the simple question, "Is this right? or is that wrong?" and see what it truly serves.


Right and wrong. There are definite rights and wrongs, let us put it this way, but you become more aware of those rights and wrongs in relationship to your understanding of them and regardless of how you may consciously be aware of what is right and what is wrong, it is still that inner understanding, and that inner understanding then is increased as the relationship between you and God increases. The greatest bridge between you and your actual Infinite Father is Christ. The attitudes that Jesus demonstrated should be attitudes that you make an honest or an earnest effort in achieving or developing. To have too great of an expectation for yourself, in other words having the attitude of "I will be able to do this and I will be able to do that and I will do this and I will do that" sometimes is a sign of egotism, which is a horrendous stumbling block in all spiritual growth. The attitude is that I will try, but if I fail, I will get up and try again because success in spirituality is determined by two things and that is, when one fails, he gets back up and starts over again, and that he is willing to realize that in some areas his true success and true accomplishment lies in always being able to get back up and start over again. To be truthful to yourself is important, to realize that there are things that you will be able to accomplish, but there are things that you will not be able to accomplish. Be willing to subdue the destructive, self-serving ego and many times this is hidden in self-righteous attitudes that individuals show. Subdue that, control it, and allow the more productive self-esteem to come to the surface and govern your life, self-respect. So if you can control the ego and allow the self-esteem, the self-respect, to come to the surface, to be willing to accept that when you fall in an effort, you must pick yourself back up and start over or start from wherever point you are. Those are the two elements of true spiritual growth. To give you a simple line of direction to follow is not our right to do. We have given you guidelines.

Thursday, January 8, 2015

Learning Begins at the Moment of Conception

William LePar's spiritual source, The Council gave us a large amount of information about the mind and the processing that goes on in all the different levels of our being. This is one of their comments on how we learn from the moment of conception.


The Council: The foundations that a baby, you must remember that a child does not begin to learn at the moment of birth. A child begins to learn at the moment of conception. Now, grant you that we have said that there are times when there is not a spirit entity in the fetus, and this can vary, you know what we are talking about, but as a general rule, assuming that there is a spirit entity at the moment of conception and on through birth, that entity is formulating right from the moment of conception. In the very early years of a baby, from the moment of birth, now even though the learning process has begun from the moment of conception, it is viewed entirely different, it is viewed from an individual point of experience once the child is born. As it is in the mother's womb, its experiences are viewed in relationship or in close relationship with the mother. In other words, the mother is cradling the child so what it learns while it is in the womb is learned in a very secure atmosphere. Once the child is born, then it is learning on its own and from exterior experiences. Its mode of learning while in the womb is naturally learning on its own but also not from exterior experiences but learned from exterior and interior experiences. Now, this may be hard to understand because you, in your presently conscious mind cannot conceive existing in the womb unless you were to have regression to that point and allowed to recall that, but it is an entirely different perception of learning.

Friday, December 19, 2014

A Glorified Body

In this quote from William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, we receive some great advice on how we can reach our highest spiritual potential here and now.


The Council: All those who are in the material manifestation now. If you want a glorified body, if you want a spiritual body, such as talked about in the Bible, develop your character according to the present belief system. Now your character is not what you manifest on the outside. Your character is made up of your intentions, and your intentions are made up of your affections or your love. That is why you are told to love yourself in a godly manner, and that is the first step. Forget your spiritual guilt; forget that you have separated yourself from the Divine Father and think only of your return. Realize that you are separated and realize that now you can continually separate yourself from the Divine by your actions. Change that desire to re-unite yourself with the Divine and begin on a conscious level to develop those affections that you know are godly. In so doing when you consciously put an effort forward, the soul in itself even through its guilt knows its rightful place, but in this guilt it seeks, because of the guilt, to move itself away as a form of punishment, as a form of, shall we say, being ashamed of the rejection of Total Love, so it is a self-chastisement which is not necessary. On the conscious level, change your affections to godly ways of action in service to mankind. Your soul in its very essence is constantly trying to break through the guilt but you must help it. You are given guidance, you are given help by the Divine through your relationships in the material manifestation. The stronger help the weaker. If you have one facet of your personality that is weak, there will be someone around you that has that facet strong, and they will attempt to influence you into activity or into strength, if you allow it. But what happens in most cases is that when you see the strength in others that is lacking in you, then your tendency is to move away from that individual because in that process you are made more aware of your shortcomings. If you truly loved yourself as you should first, then you would learn from those and try to develop the same strengths. 

Sunday, December 7, 2014

What it is Like in the Realm Closest to the Divine's Realm

William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, explain what it is like to exist in their realm. This is the realm just before souls merge with God in His heavenly realms. In this quote The Council makes reference to sound. They say that sound in the spiritual realms is not related to sound as we know it, however, that is the best word that they can use because our vocabulary does not have a word or group of words that would describe it accurately.

The Council: We review all the times that we were in the man-made realms, and we review our activities in the God-made realms at the Spirit Level and at the Angelic Level; so we exist now in the Celestial Level going over our selfishness, and how we debased ourselves, how we insulted ourselves, how we humiliated ourselves; these glorious beings created by the Hand of God, each one of us, individually, how we humiliated ourselves, how we insulted ourselves. We begin to learn to take a godly pride in ourselves. We begin to appreciate the handiwork of God our Father; and in this godly pride we choose to glorify our Father, our Lord, by our actions which in turn then glorifies us. Do you understand?

Questioner: Yes.

The Council: So it becomes an unending cycle or chain of events. As we first enter the Celestial Level, as an example, we may appear as a fog, a soft, white fog; this is as we just enter. And as our existence and our experience here passes and grows, that white fog begins to glow; it begins to move a little quicker; it begins to lighten up the area in which it is, the surrounding area; and the greater we appreciate the creation of the Divine, the brighter we begin to glow, until such time that that fog is glowing completely. From that point then it begins to lose its, shall we say, limited appearance. Instead of being contained in a quote "shape" the light begins to glow in rays. Do you understand?

Questioner: I think so. To some extent.

The Council: Have you ever seen the lights of a car at night, how they appear to be rays?

Questioner: Yes.

The Council: Very well. As we grow then this solid light begins to change into rays of lights. As it continues then these rays become almost crystalline in appearance. Do you understand?

Questioner: I think so, yes.

The Council: So that once we have achieved that point where we are almost ready to merge with the Godhead, we appear as a polished crystal made up of an uncountable number of rays, spreading all that we have in all directions to all who will accept; and so we are suspended in this Cause of God the Father waiting to be utilized, waiting to share, waiting to move that much closer to Him.

Questioner: The form that you spoke of that you are in now. Is that much
as the original creation by God?

The Council: When we merge with our Father, we will change from this
crystalline stage or state as we described it, now it is symbolic.
Do you understand?

***: Yes.

The Council: When we change from this state to the actual mergence with the
Godhead, with God the Father, then this crystalline description
that we have given you, this crystalline stage, will transmute into
sound, into pure thinking energy that lives and creates and that is
the sound, the living and the creating in unison with the Creator
of all.

***: Thank you. Of course, I don't understand.

The Council: Sound is the energy or the power of creation of God; it is God.


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Saturday, November 22, 2014

Our Spiritual Power



William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, has attempted to give us some idea of the magnitude of the spiritual being that each of us are in our true, non-physical state of existence. I felt that this particular quote might be a good example. As I have mentioned before, The Council attempts to paint pictures in the mind's eye because our vocabulary is not sufficient to explain the infinite in finite terms.

The Council: An example: you have all seen an explosion of an atomic bomb, that is barely a flick of your eyelash in power that you, you alone, have. One fleeting thought could destroy or create all the universe that man has, each of you, in less than a fleeting thought in your truest existence. The magnitude of your own being is so tremendous that there are no physical words to describe. If all the suns in the universe were gathered together in one central spot, that would hardly be a breath from the true power that you have, and look at what you have done to yourself. You cannot even comprehend in words one speck of your totality. No example that we give you will you be able to comprehend, and that is just you, just each of you; now the Divine is a Being that is far, far greater than you. In comparison, you are less than a flick of the eyelid, and it was your refusal to accept this Divine life, your refusal to move ahead to create in a forward motion, your refusal to continue to create in awareness, you took it upon yourself to see fit to having to prove it to a lesser form that was created for your use.

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