Saturday, November 21, 2015

Loving Yourself - A Test

In this presentation William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, how to know that you love yourself in a godly manner.

Questioner: How do you know if you love yourself? How do you know that you truly love yourself and it is not your ego talking?

The Council: Well, what do you do in life for others? That is a good yardstick of measurement. What is your attitude as you are doing them, these things for others? Understanding there are times when you must be a care giver or a provider that you get disgusted, you think that you are not appreciated. Well, when you begin to feel as though you are not appreciated, then you better take a second look at your feelings inside. Why should you be appreciated for doing good for someone else? That is your privilege, your honor. You should do it with humbleness. You should be grateful. Every time you are responsible for an action that is spiritually beneficial to another individual, that in itself should be all that you need. There are times in doing and giving, you do get tired, you do get disgusted. This is understandable, but if this hangs on too long and begins to cause you to question whether you should continue giving or doing, then you must reexamine yourself because you have not reached the point where you truly love yourself. Again, periods of time where one gets disgusted, even feels like throwing their hands up and walking away, these are all natural emotions and can be expected in a variety of situations. But the person who really loves themselves in a godly way continues through these periods of darkness or trepidation or whatever you choose to call it, and comes out on the other side still carrying the torch of achievement. They have not cowered in the corner as a coward would do.

The one factor that very few times do we talk about and very little is understood. Bad karma has to be worked off and dissipated. Good karma is always with you. This one has said whatever good karma you create is yours forever, for eternity, but most important for everlasting. You cannot use it up, you cannot wear it out, you cannot diminish it. It is always going to be with you. That is why we have said with each lifetime you have enough good karma to accomplish whatever need be accomplished in that given lifetime. Every good deed you do with love is good karma that you are creating. Good karma is the kind of karma you cannot see, you cannot touch, you cannot feel. It is a strength and a conviction that you have. It is the basis of the love that you demonstrate to others.

For more on William LePar and The Council visit

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Attitude is the Key

 William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, give us the key to success in this life and the next.

The Council: Many times, what we say about your society is not pleasant to hear. With some of you it creates a little fear. Do not allow fear to govern your life because you are going to miss all the joy that you are able to have. Enjoy the good that is in you, enjoy the good in your life. Do what good you can do in life. You are not going to change the world, but you can change yourself, and that is what is important. Be happy with what you have because you have all the opportunities to eliminate another reincarnation. You have all the opportunities to shut this door of schooling down so that you can begin to truly evolve on the other side in the God-made  heavenly realms. We invite you to be with us. What more can we do? Recognize darkness, recognize evil, recognize negativity, or whatever you choose to call it, but do not be a part of it. You know what is right, and you know what is wrong. Do that which is right, and you will be guaranteed success. Have the right attitude in everything you do. Then you will reap the benefits of those actions in more ways than one. In so many ways you will not be able to count. After it is all said and done, you are going to realize that it is nothing more than an attitude. And all of you at some given point in time on the other side will say, why didn't I just change my attitude? Well, we cannot give you the answer to that. Only you have that answer. We are telling you now, it is your attitude that will make you or break you. Be happy that you have a loving Father and that you are an exact mirror or copy of Him. The potential you have to love and care is so great that in your wildest imagination, you cannot begin to realize how much power you have. We hope that you understand that you are very valuable to your Divine Father, that He loves you so much that He will respect any of your decisions even when you break His Heart, He will sit silently by and wait for you. He wants you with Him because you want to be with Him, as much as He wants you in His Arms.

For more on William LePar and The Council visit

Sunday, October 18, 2015

The Ego can be a Problem

This is an interesting quote from William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, because it shows how the ego can control some people. They offer some very good insight for all of us in the last couple of lines.

Questioner: Council, what you are saying, if I understand correctly, the ego would much rather have a good time and indulge itself than to ever really set itself aside and enjoy the act of giving?

The Council: That is right. The ego allows an individual to feel sorry for themselves, to see what they do not have, what they want and they do not have. It blinds them to what they do have, the opportunities they have. It is a willful blindness, it is a willful blindness, and it is so sad because the irony of it is many times those people do things that could help them eliminate their karma but they are so self-indulgent that they cannot see that. So they do things as an obligation and not from the heart. There is a saying that goes this way: All things serve the Lord. How true, how true, how true. The last joke and the biggest is on those kinds of people. Our heart goes out to them because they are so blind. If they would only listen to what we have said. It is so sad. But if that type of individual, those kinds of people were to ever open their eyes and look at the reality of life, they can make tremendous strides ahead, where some of you and like many of us took small baby steps, those kinds of individuals can take giant steps forwards because they can be filled with a new enthusiasm, a new joy of self-discovery. We would like to say to each one of those individuals look beyond the present time and don't be satisfied with hand-me-downs and second-bests, they will never be as good as what you could have had.

One added comment to what we said. There is nothing more important in life than those you love and those that are family, even extended families, for therein lies the seed of your resurrections.

For more on William LePar and The Council visit 

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Forgiveness Where There is No Forgiveness

In this quote from William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, they explain how to deal with a situation where you have attempted to make amends for a wrong that you have committed but the other party does not wish to give forgiveness to you.

Questioner: The subject of forgiveness. If you have wronged someone and you have made reparations for it, your wrong to that person, and that person has not forgiven you, are you still held to that, even though you have forgiven yourself?

The Council: If you in total honesty and truthfulness have made restitution to that person to the best of your ability, without, again, there are some situations where a person who has been wronged will never feel they have had enough restitution made to them.

But if you have justly made restitution to that individual and they refuse to forgive you, that is their problem, not yours. You must be concerned with how honest were you in making your restitution. How much did you try sincerely to make reparations for?

You have got to remember, you would have had to first forgive yourself in order to be able to say you did wrong and then try to make restitution for it. Again, we are talking about true, sincere restitution, not a superficial act, that is pacifying and only pacifying. 

Saturday, September 19, 2015

Seeing the Goodness in People

Here we have William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, telling us how to treat people we meet.

Questioner: William LePar said that spiritually successful people can look at anybody and see some goodness in them. And sometimes you look at somebody and you know in your mind that you are both made by the same Creator, but beyond that there is nothing to see.

The Council: Well, if you can see that, that is a start. There are some individuals it is very hard to see any good in them. There are some individuals other than just knowing that they were made by the same Creator that made you is the best you can do. From that point on it is positive thinking or hopeful thinking. Do you understand?

Questioner: Yes, kind of.

The Council: Sometimes it is necessary to give a person the benefit of the doubt. Sometimes it requires a number of times, but the thing you must remember is when you give a person like that the benefit of the doubt, you may be surprised one of these times they may prove that they were worthy of your benefit of the doubt. There are some people that just takes a little longer to get started. Then, of course, there are always those that will never get started. With those, move on.

For more on William LePar and The Council visit

Friday, September 4, 2015

Works verses Faith

The following discussion between a SOL researcher and William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, answers an interesting question: What is more important having faith or doing good works as a method of growing spiritually?

Questioner: This sort of skirts that faith versus works issue that a lot of churches debate. Can you have faith without works? Are you saved by faith or are you saved by works?

The Council: Oh, we hear a lot of religious rhetoric.

Questioner: Well, we just saw the movie "Luther."

The Council: If you have faith, you are going to have works. If you have works, you eventually will have faith. Are we dodging your question?

Questioner: No.

The Council: One cannot go without the other. One cannot be without the other. It is just a question of which is going to come first with the individual. It is like changing yourself. As it was mentioned earlier, garbage in, garbage out. Good in, good out. If you do not have faith, doing things of a goodly nature will stimulate that faith. Having faith will stimulate good deeds. You cannot have one without the other. It is just a question which will manifest first with an individual. Does that answer the question?

Questioner: Yes, it just makes me wonder why religious people have been arguing about this off and on for hundreds of years?

The Council: Well, that is one of the problems with man and his interpretation of God. He refuses to bring himself up to God's level. He constantly wants to drag God down to his level. Make God in man's image. That is impossible. That is impossible. When you do that, then you have mass murders in the name of God, which is a gross offense to Him, a gross offense. What makes the difference what you call your God? As long as you recognize that there is a Divine Presence and you have been conceived and given birth by that Divine Presence, period, end of discussion. No need for anything else. It is insignificant, immaterial, what you call the Father of your essence. You can call Him anything you choose. You can say He looks like anything you choose. It is not important. What is important is that you realize that all of you, all of us on this side, recognize only one Divine Presence. Of course, we have the benefit of not having a body, so we really do not see each other in terms of a figure, so to speak, or a carcass or container, so to speak. We see the love and the quality of that love, which in itself has a very defined body, not to your understanding, unfortunately, unfortunately. 

Thursday, August 20, 2015

Actions Speak Louder than Words

In this discussion between a researcher  and William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, they explain that our actions can demonstrate to others what we believe more so that talk.

Questioner: Back to this idea of bravery and standing up for what you believe in. When there are beliefs that you hold strongly and everybody else around you does not, but you can see that they would be beneficial if the other people did, does that come with time when you know when it is right to speak out about it or are you committing a sin of omission by not speaking out about it?

The Council: Sometimes we speak louder simply by our actions. The strongest voice you could have is your actions. Sometimes the weakest voice is talking about it. Let your life be your voice. Let your life be your example. Others will see. They will probably choose your advice much quicker by seeing you live it than by you talking to them about it. Of course, if they ask you a question, naturally you will give them an answer. You see?

Questioner: The truth, you will give them the truth.

The Council: Yes, of course.

Questioner: I was just wondering because there have been a couple times when Bill has said don't bring yourself any unnecessary grief about mentioning some things to other people. Say, for example, my pastor at church.

The Council: That is true. Why create yourself any unnecessary problems? Live your life. You do not have to tell people what your beliefs are. Live them. They will see it, but they will see it in a way that they can understand. Words sometimes can be confrontational.

If you live what you profess to believe, you eliminate the sermons, thereby eliminating the misunderstanding or the offensive words because of ignorance on the part of some people.