God loves us so much that when he created us he provided us with many wonderful things to be able to live in this 3D reality.
Among the many gifts received are: feelings, emotions, intelligence, creativity, intuition, thinking, free will and much more.
Today I will talk only about the last two, but mostly about free will.
Thought is the primary tool with which we were endowed to create our own reality, our own future and the Law of Attraction is the Universe’s tool that helps everyone to create their reality.
Free will is absolute freedom to think and act as we each deem necessary, according to outside influences, and an internal radar when we are in resonance with it. According to this divine law of free will, we can do whatever we want, including harm to others or the environment, we can even doubt the very existence of our Creator. According to another Universal Law, the law of Action and Reaction we must learn that every choice we make creates consequences on whose effects we need to be accountable. This law is also known as Karma.
Divinity does nothing that prevents us from doing bad or good. Everything is our choosing. Free will is a divine right and it has been given not only individually, but also collectively as a species and as a whole 3D system we live in, in order to help us learn and recognize that everything in life starts from our own choices.
Circumstances do not matter as much as it matters how we choose to feel and how we choose to act upon.
Free will help us learn that all our thoughts and deeds have consequences that affect not only ourselves but also those around us, to the cosmic level, because we are interconnected with everything there. The effect of an action is like radio waves propagating indefinitely, touching everything in their path and we transmit them, or like gritty waves created by the fall of of a pebble on the motionless water of a lake.
Being aware of free will, the deliberate influencing of those around us, manipulating, forcing someone to do as we want, is a violation of free will, the divine right of the influenced ones.
To my surprise, in a QHHT session, my client’s subconscious pointed out that children have free will. In this particular case it was a little child about three years old that chose to develop a tumor in order to awaken spiritually his parent. Now, the parent is awakened and wants to start on a new path in life, to spread the light on his peers, the child has to decide what to do with the tumor.
For me it was quite difficult to get a different response than usual to a health problem. Usually, in a parent-child relationship, subconscious agrees if appropriate to intervene to help restore the child health in a state of energy imbalance. This time the subconscious given solution was unique: it was the child who had established the tumor with a purpose and he also had to decide what was going to do with it. The choice belonged entirely to the child, to keep the tumor or dissolve it, to absorb it and remove it.
At my persistence, the parent’s subconscious gave advice about what could be told with love to the child: “It’s enough. :)”
These two words were sufficient and no other outside intervention was appropriate. Of course, it was his parent’s choice if following this advice or not. For the greater good, the parent fully understood the message and learned with joy that later after receiving the advice in question, the tumor began to shrink in size.
As we see, surprisingly, even children have free will. It seems that at this time only in Japanese culture the parents proceeds the best in their children’s education. They are trying their best to interfere as little as they can in the decisions of the latter.
We are here to learn and by over protecting the children we’re denying them valuable life experiences from which they can learn by themselves. Instead of controlling them, for example, we can help them foresee the consequences of their actions and when they refuse, to support them in what they do. In this situation we will always be close to them to allow them to escape to safety.
Understanding the consequences of our actions, both our children and us, we can decide to act upon after we have weighed well what’s next to be done.
Intention of good deeds, without interfering over the free will of others help us get out of the cycle of Karma, also known as the Law of the Cause and Effect. Every time we manipulate or force someone,from the desire to control others, we burden our Karma with the liability related to the outcome of the forced choice made by the person influenced by us.
To have children leads to the creation of Karma. Raising children is not easy at all, but when we’re able to help them in becoming independent and responsible adults, joy has no bounds.
Our children are not ours to own nor our verbatim copy where we implant our own thoughts. They are distinct beings, different from us, who have their own thoughts and their own free will.
On Children – Kahlil Gibran – The Prophet
Your children are not your children.
They are the sons and daughters of Life’s longing for itself.
They come through you but not from you,
And though they are with you yet they belong not to you.
You may give them your love but not your thoughts,
For they have their own thoughts.
You may house their bodies but not their souls,
For their souls dwell in the house of tomorrow, which you cannot visit, not even in your dreams.
You may strive to be like them, but seek not to make them like you.
For life goes not backward nor tarries with yesterday.
You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth.
The archer sees the mark upon the path of the infinite, and He bends you with His might that His arrows may go swift and far.
Let your bending in the archer’s hand be for gladness;
For even as He loves the arrow that flies, so He loves also the bow that is stable.