Is it better to think of evil as “real”, which gives it the power to frighten, control and even destroy us (exciting, yes, but desirable)? Or, is it better to see it as a fear-based creation, a figment of our imagination, a lack of understanding or perception, misapplied ideals or misinformation, something we can outgrow or recover from? Instead of “evil”, should we look for the good in ourselves and each other to give it room to grow? Should we learn how to use our power of thought and imagination to shape energy into a pleasing reality? Should we learn how to concentrate on what we want and let go of what we don’t want?
Excerpt from We Create Our Own Reality (link below):
The purpose, or challenge, of life is to learn how to use the power of thought and imagination to shape energy into a pleasing reality. The prize is a sense of satisfaction, a feeling of a job well done. And, like learning to walk or talk, it’s a personal, subjective endeavor that requires creative aggression. It’s a great balancing act, where one must accept falling down in the course of learning how to stand up.
A Seth Snippet posted on Facebook by Lynda Madden Dahl:
“Only true compassion and love will lead to an understanding of the nature of good, and only these concepts will serve to annihilate the erroneous and distortive concepts of evil.
“The simple fact is that as long as you believe in the concept of evil, it is a reality in your system, and you will always find it manifested. Your belief in it will, therefore, seem highly justified. If you carry this concept through succeeding generations, through reincarnations, then you add to its reality.”
(From Conscious Creator Forum)
- We Create Our Own Reality
- A New Story of Origin
- The Inner Senses
- Ask Value Questions and Listen for Intuitive Answers
- Encounter with Unconditional Love
- Seth – Trust Yourself
- Seth on Evil, Competition, Cooperation and Value Fulfillment
- What the Universe Is
- Expanding Concept of Self to Experiment with Invention
Pete – http://realtalkworld.com
We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having (creating) a human experience.” – Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
“How you define yourself and the world around you, forms your intent, which, in turn, forms your reality.” – Seth
In other words, we create our own reality from what we choose to believe about ourselves, and the world around us.
If we don’t consciously choose our beliefs, we UNconsciously absorb them from our surroundings.
If our beliefs, attitudes, values and expectations create our reality, can we afford not to question them?
The more we love, understand and appreciate ourselves, the better we treat ourselves, and the world.
Instead of money, power and privilege, why not make love, truth and joy the dominant measure of success?
The secrets of the universe lie hidden in the shadows of your experience. Look for them!