A Message From the Seer:
So often those who prefer to lay the blame of hurtful events on the Creator, ask of the Infinite, "How could you let this happen?"
But what they fail to see is that if the Infinite forced someone to make better choices, rather than make their own mistakes, it would destroy the tenuous illusion that sustains their individuation. Forcing someone's conduct into more life-enhancing channels would eliminate their ability to individuate. That which sets gods and humans apart from animals, is the ability to make mistakes. The priceless gift of being allowed to err should be valued in ourselves and others.
Antara Starling says
It is not a mistake to call forth a needed lesson. I recall what Almine had said at a later time after we learned that we have no free will is that we do in fact decide the quality of our experience. To me that is where love, praise, gratitute and surrendered trust come into play.
Ailsa Mclean says
And, yet, we are told in Qi Vesta as well as elsewhere, that we do not actually have free will.
"tenuous illusion that sustains their individuation"… tenuous- fragile, delicate. 🙂
Thank you for this timely reminder Almine. So welcome as always.
Hi Dhani 👋
Crystal Pi says
This is how we entrain ourselves into alignment, through self-examination, not self-reflection. A theme for me this past week…