posted on Feb, 26 2013 @ 11:25 AM
reply to post by InhaleExhale
Believing in external things such as others or what one can do for others is not a service to others but a service to self. Loving yourself
and being what one could describe as being selfish(to an extent) is a service to others if implemented in a linear fashion which seems to be a point
that flies right by many people following new age beliefs, you cant serve others truthfully if you cannot serve yourself. All this service to others
is crooks/con men looking for a free ride, or just plainly inexperienced in diverse styles of living.
Service to self is not service to others. They are two very different things - you can learn to balance them, but doing one is not doing the other. If
you give out, you will receive. That's the point of it. Don't ask - show that you are willing to contribute to the cycle. Show that there will be an
equal and opposite reaction. I give to you, you give to me. That establishes trust, that establishes stability and momentum, and the energy will bring
good things. And remember, even bad things are just good things in a dirty wrapper. Life is only as terrible as what you take from it.
But there comes a time when change must be had, and if there is no change, the world will lose momentum and deteriorate until its pieces fall into
their own cycles and the motion revives. A toy top will not achieve stability unless it is spinning. Give, and you will receive. Instead of asking
turning into desperate pleading, let asking become demanding, and finally, doing. It's called karma, but its not just karma. Its the vibrational
undercurrents of the universe. There's a thread that popped up recently about physicists comparing the universe to a giant brain. So what I'm
talking about, this karma, this energy, you could describe it as the "mood" of this giant brain. Subconscious shades that we affect with our own
vibrational output, our own thoughts and deeds and emotions.
Put out happiness and you will receive happiness.