Several weeks ago I picked up one of Walsch’s books and began to read the first pages. After I read the short list of the 25 core messages to explain the main message (in the title) I stopped reading. It was so inspiring and I my mind started spinning. Before I am reading on I want to share the flow of pictures and thoughts of some of those core messages which immediately filled me. Most of those core messages won’t appear new since we are talking about them over and over again. We all share them with our own words. Isn’t that an amazing proof that we are fully aware of God’s message? If you would like to read the previous parts, you can check out here part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5, part 6, part 7, and part 8.
The moment you declare anything, everything unlike it will come into the space. This is the Law of Oposites, producing a contextual field within which that which you wish to express may be experienced.
This is a very important message to explain why we often experience it to be so tough when we are deciding to check out new fields or make changes in our lives. Even when you change something about your attitude you may notice a difference in your thinking and the thinking of others. Often you ask yourself how you could think like this too since it feels so strange to look at it now. At the same time, you may recognize similarities or synchronicities with your new thinking in other parts of our lives, in newly met people, or in those you thought, you already knew.
We have come here to experience ourselves and regarding what God shares with NDW, first and foremost, we want to remember and to re-discover our own bright and powerful light, the shiny potential of our being. As long as we are in the full state of awareness in the non-physical world we are one light of many. Although it needs all lights to illuminate a ballroom we don’t recognize our own light anymore. We are all drops in the ocean and forget that the ocean only exists because of all those drops. So, in order to see our own light, we need to be surrounded by the opposite – by darkness or dryness.
This happens for you to recognize both sides or a situation! It can make it harder to keep a path up but can also confirm the one you started walking. Sometimes in distanceing from something you recognize its value. Those opposites are like a comparison of what is possible. And while you go for your new decisions you will find out due to the opposites what fits you better and how both sides feel. It supports your development and widens your horizon. It makes you more tolerant and understanding towards yourself and others. But most of all it gives you enormous inner power because of the gained insights by experience and also because of the responsibility you took for yourself and what you developed and achieved from it.
Another important insight: It is you yourself who develops yourself. It comes from your decisions (whether consciously or unconsciously, whether active or passive) which creates your experiences which again bring you the insights. We learn from the opposites. The rise and the fall, the happiness and the depression, the gain and the loss. And the growing awareness about this law and its teaching tools makes us look at this world with more openness. It is meant to punish us when things get hard but in showing all options. When we decide to “change the way we look at things, the things we look at change” because we see more of the same thing. We are a work in progress and the amazing fact that we are always provided the perfect tools for our current state of being, assures our individual development throughout the individual ways we walk our individual paths. The harder they were to walk the more proud you can be of how far you’ve come.
In Love and Light