Recently, the Abraham-Hicks website posted the following quote:

Your world is pointing toward an insistence on conformity which is causing you enormous grief. It's what's at the heart of all of your religious battles, and religious battles are what are at the heart of all of your battles. In other words, all of your wars and global irritation with one another are over your determination to promote sameness. Your democracy insists that it's the only government that works. And every religion (it's interesting to note) proclaims that it is the only one that works.

Well, we can't all be right, can we? But what is the answer? Should we dissolve all governments and religions, and allow everyone to do as they please? What would happen? Would life naturally evolve into a utopia, or would it descend into chaos and anarchy?

asked 09 Jan '10, 19:36

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edited 10 Jan '10, 03:58

Do as thou will shall be the whole of the law. This is what you are talking about now I will explain why it says Shall Be.

If we look at beings like Jesus or Buddha they didn't need to have laws not to steal, not to kill, not to cause any kind of harm. These beings where beyond any desire to do anything like that, they were awakened and aware enough to only want to do good. If they had the law as "do as thou will" nothing would have changed in what they did or how they acted.

To those not so enlightened they need laws to say don't do this, don't do that, it is like adults that get along in a room but their children fight and they have to be told "play nice together!"

I do not believe we are even close as a world to that Shall Be point yet. The interesting thing is in reality everyone does do as they will, it is their will if they chose to follow the law or not or to follow God or not, or even to say they submit their wills to God's will is still their will to do so.


answered 09 Jan '10, 19:58

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Wade Casaldi

edited 10 Jan '10, 01:32

Thanks, Wade...

(09 Jan '10, 20:02) Vesuvius

You are very welcomed Vesuvius we recognize each other

(09 Jan '10, 20:10) Wade Casaldi

The way I interpeted this Abraham quote when I first saw it, was that human beings are evolving at a very quick pace towards a less violent society.

I see my childrens lives being full of fantastic opportunites in a world getting much closer to Oneness, one new Life and generation at a time.

I see in the all not too distant future, a Unified Global Community where it is possible to Be , Have or Do anything you choose.

I see Human Beings, Teaching Truth and Loving each other as they do God and the Wonderful Creator that resides in each and everyone of us.

I see an extremley Bright Future for All Existence.

I Hear Abraham and many others telling me TO Tell A Different Story, so I Am. :)


answered 10 Jan '10, 04:05

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edited 10 Jan '10, 18:15

If everyone conformed there would be no difference.

If there is no difference, identifying what is desired becomes more difficult.

If there is no desire, there is no forward momentum.

If there is no forward momentum, there are no new experiences.

If there are no new experiences, then there is nothing to spiritually 'grow' from.

The Universe, on an energy scale, has a tendency towards entropy - thus if there is no growth - we have degradation as a whole.

There is no concern about that though, since souls will always unfold themselves, regardless of established laws and conformity.

We have had the experience of no government before - it's called the Dark Ages for a reason.

That said, though the physical seems to tend to disorder - God is order...and we also like order. Were there no external constraints, there are still many people who would not murder, would not steal by their own principles. Us who 'ride our emotions', who can have a 'stoic calm' despite outer circumstances. But - many have their emotions riding them - or have turned a deaf ear to their emotions for so long.

One big issue I have always had with some religion is its idea that humans are inherently sinful and "bad". I do not believe this - though we seem to see evidence of it all the time. Government also tends to run under the idea that we all need to be protected from each other - not much of a community, if you ask me.

Aleister Crowley 'channeled' (or rather his wife at the time did) the "Book of the Law" which is the cornerstone of the so-called religion Thelema. Which he believed would one day be akin to 'the world religion.' The ideas it proposes can get rather complicated - but to put it basically everyone has their own orbit, and if everyone were actually following their own orbit they would not interfere with others orbits. Though I would never consider myself a Thelemite, I agree with many parts of it - and that is one of them.

But getting people to the spiritual degree of unfoldment where they are following that orbit is another matter.

So long as people are guiding their lives by the outside, and not from the inside (i.e. conforming) then there are bound to be clashes - and the result would be chaos.


answered 10 Jan '10, 05:06

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edited 11 Jan '10, 08:19

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