Posted: 24 April 2013 (updated: 30 October 2014 @ 10:15) by Jason Remfrey
Each and every one of us is a flame of God, equal in God’s eyes, born of God, and thus equal spiritually in every respect.
Although we all have our own unique personalities and qualities, our core essence is one of Spirit, total positivity, which is something every person is trying to recapture, whether they know it or not.
Each and every one of us has a right to be here, on Earth, each and every one of us is here for a period of time, with each and every one of us coming from the spiritual realms, to learn lessons, play roles, and enjoy life as it unfolds around us. What we choose to do with our time on Earth dictates what our future will be, whether this be positive or negative, as we all have freedom of choice, God’s greatest gift to us all.
I cannot stress this enough: It is intrinsic to God, that no matter what race, ethnicity or skin colour, beneath all this is the truth that we were, and are, born of God’s Spirit, free from any physical form. Each of us is a powerful spiritual being of the purest light, and energy, housed within a physical body.
One of my favourite quotes is; “We are not human beings on a spiritual journey. We are spiritual beings on a human journey”.
We are born, live, then die, but once we pass away, we may well come back to Earth in a future time, to live a new life, in a new place or country, and of course we a born into a different human body. We may be Indian in one life, then English, then perhaps Chinese or Spanish in another (as examples).
We may incarnate (or be born) into a particular country or circumstance, and our birth is not coincidental, we choose where we are born, our family, and usually our personal circumstances also. These choices take place in the spiritual realms, often with the help of more spiritually advanced beings, or guides, and God, but we are always given choices in the end, and as a result there is a feeling of ownership for the experiences that we go through in our earthly life.
Any discrimination or negative acts carried out towards others based on differences in race, ethnicity, skin colour, culture and so on, where emotional (or other) upset is caused, result in lessons being set up for those responsible that will need to be learned. Where these acts are serious, the karma that is accumulated and the lessons that will need to be learned will reflect this also.
I hope this goes some way to clearing up this negative aspect of Humanities consciousness.