Tag: law of one

The Accuser and the Advocate in the Theater of Third Density: A Reflection on the Nature of “Evil”

An article by Doug Esse The inspiration of this article comes from a dream. I offer this account and information in the spirit that it was given to me: one of deep love, gratitude, joy, centered, peace, and perspective.  I'll not give lots of details of the dream for much of that is personal and subjective … Continue reading The Accuser and the Advocate in the Theater of Third Density: A Reflection on the Nature of “Evil”

Companionship of Empowerment and the Tone Poem (1): The Good News Through Engaging the Physical World

Article by Doug Esse The following is my reflection of Mark 1:14-15. I share it here in the spirit of living the law of one in a fuller way. For those who have a Christian background, you may find this of interest. As you read the verse below, what would be your interpretation? "After John … Continue reading Companionship of Empowerment and the Tone Poem (1): The Good News Through Engaging the Physical World

The Vocation of Sacramental Transmutation: Holy Feelers In World Out of Balance

Article by Doug Esse The word, "vocation," means a divine calling. We all have several vocations going on and it is a spiritual task (and joy) to discover them and to live from their epicenter of power, meaning, and perspective. One vocation that I have always felt but only recently have been able to articulate … Continue reading The Vocation of Sacramental Transmutation: Holy Feelers In World Out of Balance

What’s the Foundation Upon Which You Stand?

Article by Doug Esse When we encounter something like the Law of One material, it can be freeing. Other nondual sources, whether conventional, esoteric, or somewhere in between (which is "mesoteric," by the way), can also free us conceptually, especially if we grew up with religion at the immature and punitive levels. It doesn't get … Continue reading What’s the Foundation Upon Which You Stand?

Law of One, Session 19: Reflection

Article by Doug Esse Session 19 beautifully explores cosmology by giving us the metaphor of creation as a giant cosmic heartbeat. Other topics include the harvest from second density to third density, planetary ashrams that send love and light, and polarity. Thank you for reading and may we be instruments of love and light to … Continue reading Law of One, Session 19: Reflection

Satan, Sin, and Scapegoating: Three Nuances of the Same Bandwidth of Consciousness

Article by Doug Esse The following is my response to a Facebook question posed in a private group called, "Richard Rohr Discussion Group." Richard Rohr is a Franciscan and a world-renown spiritual teacher, especially in non-dual Christianity. This group is composed largely of people who are newer to his thinking. https://cac.org/richard-rohr/richard-rohr-ofm/ For those familiar with … Continue reading Satan, Sin, and Scapegoating: Three Nuances of the Same Bandwidth of Consciousness

Law of One, Session 18: Reflection

Article by Doug Esse Here is my reflection on session 18. Session 18 covers the effect of LSD on the contact, balancing along the positive path, engaging with others in regards to free will, Aleister Crowley, the power forgiveness has in stopping karma, and more on the Yahweh group. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o16BKKUBGLM&list=PLRyIHe1Zsa7ZKkeTiIWLVZXkb6Mh7z4MX&index=18 ________________ 18.0 Ra: I am Ra. I … Continue reading Law of One, Session 18: Reflection

Healing Our Hurts: Comparing the Balancing Technique of Ra with NLP and Hypnotherapy

Article by Arthur Carrier Dr. Arthur Carrier, MD, is a retired psychiatrist, psychotherapist, and currently offers spiritual direction for those attracted to mystical Christianity. His book is called: Adventures in Soulmaking At the end of this article, Dr. Carrier writes a beautiful and effective meditation practice that will help you see results. May you be … Continue reading Healing Our Hurts: Comparing the Balancing Technique of Ra with NLP and Hypnotherapy