Friday, April 3, 2009

The Dilemma

Each of us is born with a blueprint in our heart for our ideal life, and we make our decisions based on this blueprint. Everything we do is done with the understanding that we will reach that goal.

But, when we rely on the games, we begin to get kicked off course. Our perspective becomes narrower, and the ultimate conclusion of the games is that we are 180 degrees from where we think we are. We are moving away from our goal rather than getting closer to it. Suddenly, what should have helped us get our life no longer works. We hit a Brick Wall.

It is like driving along a highway, and suddenly nothing seems familiar. You realize you are lost. Until that point, you assumed you were going to reach your destination. Then you have to reassess where you are, turn around and work to get back on track. You have to ask for directions from someone who knows where he or she is.

At the Brick Wall, you are in a circular thinking pattern, that you "have to do something, but you don't know what to do." As your perspective narrows, you are bouncing back and forth, faster and faster. You have turned your life over to someone or something that does not have the capacity to help you get your life.

People die when they realize that turning around and dealing with the overwhelming crisis is more than they can handle. They believe they can no longer get their life. That is not necessary.

To come away from the Brick Wall, someone who has successfully come away from it already must step in and explain to you how to do it, and demonstrate that it is possible to do so. That individual has the credibility to help you understand what you must do. He or she knows where he is.

Any crisis can be resolved through the Planning Process, if you know the root cause of the crisis.
You must come up with a plan that benefits all people to get out of the crisis. If you are doing what is in everyone's best interest, there are no obstacles. This is the point where you devote your life to doing something outside of yourself, what benefits mankind. You are now assuming responsibility to undo the damage that has been done, taking back control of your life.

Our Conflict Resolution brochures help you understand how to unravel the conflict in your life. They can be found on the On The Rainbow Peace Store webpage. This will give you just a bit of "light at the end of the tunnel," and you can understand that it is possible to get the life you want.

You can get the life you want, but you just don't see it yet.

You cannot get your life by being sick. You cannot get compassion from people by being sick. That is a game people play, like children getting a fever to keep from having to take a math test. At some point in time, you will understand that the doctors cannot help you anymore, and if you rely on the doctors to help you get your life, you will lose your life when you realize the doctors can't help you.

The other game is based on capacity. If you are functioning from outside of your capacity, you cannot get the life you want.

I will allow my friends, Vera and Evelyn, to tell you their stories. They passed away from pancreatic cancer, and they came back to give us insights into their stories.

The last thing to address is the opportunity to get your life. God gives everyone the right to get the life they want; it is based on Universal Law. If you work to help others to fulfill their purpose in life, then you can get your life. "What you do to someone else will be done to you."

Your capacity to get the life you want is based on sharing your talents and gifts with other people.

But, this posting is just my perspective, what I have been taught by the spiritual hierarchy. I hit the Brick Wall several years ago, and I had the spiritual hierarchy to help me come away from it. If I can do it, so can you.

Please read the information on the webpage on pancreatic cancer. They are better spiritual teachers than I am.

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