reply to post by Riffrafter
Greetings to a fellow Artisan -
I'm delighted to hear that The Only Planet can be downloaded, and that you are giving it a try.
Even when approached as a work of pure fiction, it contains much useful wisdom. If viewed with an open mind, I think it provides a splendid framework
for the exploration of our surroundings both physical and metaphysical.
Like Bashar and Seth, I find the entities of the Council of Nine to be very -- (we don't have a word in English) "sympatico", that lovely Spanish
word which implies so much more than mere sympathy.
Having formed the impression that Earth was one of the lower rungs of our evolutionary ladder from this and other books, I was very pleased to hear
Bashar assuring us of the opposite yesterday. Earth is apparently a tough school.
That would explain a lot.
From the point of view of the Council of Nine, Earth is the most diverse and beautiful planet they know of, and is the most physically dense
environment where souls incarnate. They are very concerned for it's future.
I'll be interested to hear what you think.
Bhagwan tells a nice story about the search for truth ....
A climber falls over a cliff, and manages to grab a tiny bush growing in the vertical face, and he hangs there, the ground hundreds of feet below.
He looks up -
"God, if you are there, please save me, and I'll serve you for evermore."
A voice booms down -
"Have faith my son, and let go of the bush."
A pause, and then --
"IS THERE ANYBODY ELSE UP THERE ?"