You’ve got to have faith. But how do you do that?

There is such a thing as the Law of Faith which you can use in a situation to get a good outcome, even in seemingly impossible situations. The Law of Faith though, needs to be used in the right way.

Which example do you think is right?

A person is faced with a difficult, or a potentially dangerous situation, or a situation that seems confusing with too many unknowns. The person prays or meditates or simply offers up the issue to God, then gets quiet and waits, knowing they will recieve an answer. The advice might come in words, or images or as a feeling. They might get an answer immediately or when their mind is relaxed as the answer cannot be forced (answers often pop in my head when I’m washing the dishes!). The advice might involve doing something in a new way, so a change in thinking and behaviour is required. The person follows through with the advice, having faith it will work out. They have certainty instead of doubt, as they allow the energy to focus in the right way by having faith.

A different person is faced with situation and just goes right ahead doing what they want to do, while saying (at least to themselves), “It’ll be alright, God will sort it out (or protect me or make sure whatever outcome I want happens)”.

In the last example it is more the person’s will being done, rather than asking what God’s will is in the situation, as God’s will might be different.

Which approach is going to work? Which approach will help that person be on the best timeline?

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Spiritual energy flowing in equal CHANGE!

Humanity has to change so change happens to it, as change happens in everything else, too. The Old is done away with and the New, more conscious, more developed, emerges.

When karma is sped up, change for humanity can be a bit bumpy when people are on the wrong timeline. Fine, when people are on the right timeline. (There are plenty of posts on this site about timelines and about using intuition to get on the best timeline for anyone who wants to know.)

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Meditative Visualisation in the Morning Rush Hour

Some years ago, before I got into meditation, I would use visualisation a lot. Travelling north from South London on the Victoria Line I would usually be standing holding on to a handle above me as the Tube was always packed in the morning rush hour. You can be quite anonymous on a London Tube, so I would close my eyes, offer my day to God and then ask for the energy I required for the day. I would get some lovely coloured energies (such as tangerine orange or light blue) flowing in through my head which flowed to be stored around my body to be used by me during the day. I felt I was also storing gifts of energy to be given to other people as well. Simultaneously some coloured energy (such as dark blue) would flow up from the earth and through roots into my feet, and then around my body. In this way I would get a healing and get charged up for situations in the day ahead as I went through my karma. I also had gifts for other people. I would ask for a coloured cloak to offer some protection.

The flow of energy into my being from above and below would take a couple of minutes and felt great. I’d then often try to read a newspaper one-handed to find out what was going on in the world, even though it was only what was being reported at the time. Nowadays I find it interesting to look at the reported news and then have an intuitive look, which is also great for things that don’t get reported on. I don’t get to travel on the London Underground that often now.

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