Wednesday, December 17, 2008

God Is Not Neutral

From: http://simplyblessed.heartsdeesire.com by heartsdeesire

I’ve always believed that Source/God/Universe is not neutral. My background as a former nurse really has provided proof positive of that for this ’show me’ girl. The body is so lovingly aligned with balance or what is known as homeostasis. There is nothing neutral about that and so it seems to me that everything in nature is orchestrated to seek balance. What else causes that except a loving, benevolent Universe that has our back. Frankly I’m not sure how I reconcile that with the Law of Attraction which Abraham states is neutral. For one, the so called neutral LOA does not account for the existence of absolute divine grace. So it would seem that there are other factors that surpass neutral laws.

I was so excited to actually run across a quote from one of Seth’s deleted sessions stating that God is not neutral. I include it below. Note that Ruburt is the name and male gender that Seth assigned Jane Roberts. Love, Bethie

Seth: “To begin with, a few comments about some thoughts of Ruburt’s.

He is quite correct: the universe is not neutral.

In the terms in which you understand the word, there is a God.

Obviously I am not speaking of a personification of a Superperson.

For that matter, in the terms of your language, and intellectual concepts, you will probably have to take it for granted that you cannot understand the nature of such a God.

You will know God’s actions, however, through the manifestations of the universe.

That God is not simply neutral energy, for example.

The universe is supportive.

There is a force, if you prefer, that actively loves each individual, each consciousness, and actively works to help that consciousness attain the fulfillment inherent in its nature.

Despite all misinterpretations, therefore, the universe is caring, and so is nature.

The impetus toward creativity is a loving one, and the natural processes in both body and mind as lovingly directed.

The body even lovingly seeks to follow its own nature, and is lovingly directed to do so…

…I realize you are not living in an ideal world, but we are giving that world ideas that can vastly increase peoples’ understanding.”

Deleted session, August 20, 1977


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