posted on Sep, 13 2012 @ 07:38 AM
That's right friends. There is no judgment. Looking at it from the point of view that God is outward, think of how you would punish your child.
If your child did something sinful, you wouldn't throw him/her into a burning pit to suffer forever would you? Looking at it from the point of view
that God is within, you wouldn't punish yourself. You will judge yourself however.
We are all God. Each and everyone of us is a God. When you leave this plane of existence, you will choose to stay because you have taught yourself
enough or you will come back to learn more. This is just my own personal belief based on all of the crazy stuff I've seen and heard.
The PTB know that thoughts create things, so in an effort to keep their agenda or whatever going, they keep us in a state of confusion. If we were
all to concentrate together at the same time, on a world of peace and love, then we would get it. It is the collective they are manipulating. They
know exactly what they are doing.
Just watch Zeitgeist, Esoteric Agenda, Kymatica, etc... I could go on and on.
A good source is the book by James F. Twyman, Praying Peace: In Conversation with Gregg Braden and Doreen Virtue. Fascinating read about how prayer
works. Here is a review of the book I found interesting and informative: This review is from: Praying Peace: In Conversation with Gregg Braden and
Doreen Virtue (Paperback)
What we focus our minds on grows. Can one person, properly motivated, change the world? Can one person inspire us and give the rest of us hope? Could
that person be you? In the opinion of the author, the answer to those questions is a resounding "Yes" - you have always had the power. What if you
have more power within you than you can even imagine? What if you are not the weak unimportant, insignificant person you thought you were? Might
prayer be more than we think? Could it be that peace is more than just an idea but a powerful reality? What if prayer is "becoming aware of the
awareness of God?" What if becoming aware of the awareness of God is the act of re-establishing the flow of information between our source and us?
What if peace is not the opposite of war, but an experience that transcends all definitions, linking us to our eternal nature? What if the word
"peace" really is defined as by St. Paul "Peace that surpasseth all understanding?" Is it possible for us to experience something so pure, so
whole, that it cannot be compared to anything at all? Is it possible to enter into an experience that has no opposite? Could it be that real peace is
an experience beyond the comprehension of the rational mind and of which the mystics say, "Of this we cannot speak"? What if there is more to prayer
than the formula that we were taught to recite kneeling beside our bed? What if there is a system that has the power to change everything and can
provide access to unlimited peace, happiness and joy?
When we enter into a state of communication with the Divine, or prayer, then we are aware of God and we experience peace and this is what this book is
all about. James Twyman talks with Gregg Braden, earth scientist, computer systems designer and guide to sacred sites throughout the world and with
Doreen Virtue, spiritual psychologist and author of twenty-two books about mind-body-spirit. They agree that the seven pathways to peace are: - you
are always praying; thought itself is prayer- whatever you focus your mind on increases- to change the world, change your thoughts about the world- if
you want to experience peace - become peace- peace is always present, though it is sometimes hidden- love is the only force in the universe
- the world is already healed. Being a person whose concept of prayer and peace is that of a person who is just putting his first step on the
ladder, I found it very helpful to see these three higher up the ladder reaching down to pull me up. Their goal is to help me make a real difference
on the planet by creating a world based on the laws of love. For me it was a mind-stretching experience as I belong to "the old school" which
believes that power is military strength, superior technology or a cleverer mind in the game of bluff and counter bluff. But somewhere in our ancient
past it was not always like that. People realized that real power is within you and it was that kind of power which created the world's great works
of art, our fantastic structures and all kinds of remarkable achievements. The purpose behind this book is to see what lies behind this fabulous
spirit of ours and to discover the real source of creation. This book tells how the author came to understand that prayer is the most powerful force
in the universe, how peace is the foundation of reality itself, and that when we focus on that reality and allow our spirit to come into resonance
with that reality, then peace does indeed prevail on earth. This book explains how there is a force in the universe that is more powerful...."