The Law of Compensation

by skfarblum
(nowhere but everywhere)

The law of compensation:


Dear Faye,
You write a great deal about how to manifest desires.
Why don't you also write about the law of compensation.
Simply put;sooner or later one is asked to make restitution for what one has appropriated.
Thank you
skfarblum

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Sep 28, 2011
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Re: Spokes
by: Faye

In reference to my previous post......again...Don't sell yourself short!..when it comes to such things as spirituality, EACH of us is indeed our own ultimate authority...there is no greater authority on such matters THAN self....then again, I gravitate towards a belief in subjective truth, subjective reality...so perhaps we're not only different spokes in the wheel but we're a wheel on a different vehicle!...great analogy, anyway. :)

Thank you so much for everything...I wish you all the best as well...keep in touch!

Peace,
Faye

Sep 28, 2011
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spokes
by: skfarblum

That's fine what you wrote Faye.I am no great authority on any of these things.I quiet agree
with you that you are on your spoke of the wheel
and I am on mine.I understand where you stand
and it will be interesting to see how it plays out.
We are fortunate in that no matter how things
turn out we are self-repairing and are free to "blunder",if so is the case and pick ourselves
up and start again.
So enjoy and please keep me up to date on your
experiences.I am truly interested in knowing

regards
skfarblum

Sep 28, 2011
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A "Higher" Authority...?
by: Faye

Dear Skarfblum,

Re: "gaelic manuscript
by: skfarblum

Dear Faye,
The idea of the law of restitution is not mine.
I take it from an authority far more knowledgeable
than myself.It involves group responsibility and
you may wish to study it.
http://www.isleofavalon.co.uk/GlastonburyArchive/gaelic/
The pertinent chapter is chapter 3 but you may
enjoy studying the entire manuscript.
Keep well
skfarblum"

...Thanks for sharing....Some interesting material there for sure, however, as I said before, this entire line of thinking/vantage point (group responsibility/Karma/needing to make restitution, etc.) does not line up or resonate with my own experience and knowing about the nature of reality.

When it comes to spirituality in general, I've come to see that there is no "Higher Authority" than myself when it comes to deciphering 'truth'....Why would I ever regard the views of any other being as being more valid than my own..?

Clearly, this vantage point/belief system (a need for us to make restitution) resonates with your own and the way I see it, that inner 'resonance' with a particular teaching or 'truth' is indeed YOUR indication that in terms of belief systems, you are currently exactly where you 'should' be...when beliefs or ideas resonate, it means we are a vibrational match to them...therefore, we can never be anywhere other than where we currently find ourselves, either in circumstance or belief. Each present position we find ourselves in, IS perfect.

Try to remember....when it comes to spiritual truths, ultimately, YOU are always your highest authority...through your personal "I am" perspective, you have access to any and all 'truths' that you require at this particular juncture of your experience.

I always advise others to uphold themselves as the highest authority of 'truth' when it comes to spirituality..we give our power away when we uphold another as being a higher authority.

Thank you again for inspiring direction of thought and ideas for future writings within me! I so enjoy engaging in peaceful/respectful dialogue about diverging viewpoints.

I regard Your view about this subject as valid as my own, but it simply does not resonate with my own inner knowing.

With Love,
Faye


Sep 22, 2011
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gaelic manuscript
by: skfarblum

Dear Faye,
The idea of the law of restitution is not mine.
I take it from an authority far more knowledgeable
than myself.It involves group responsibility and
you may wish to study it.
http://www.isleofavalon.co.uk/GlastonburyArchive/gaelic/
The pertinent chapter is chapter 3 but you may
enjoy studying the entire manuscript.
Keep well
skfarblum

Sep 22, 2011
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Re: Law of Restitution
by: Faye

Dear Skarfblum;

Re: "Dear Faye,
You write a great deal about how to manifest desires.
Why don't you also write about the law of compensation.
Simply put;sooner or later one is asked to make restitution for what one has appropriated.
Thank you
skfarblum"

The way I see it, ideas about laws of restitution or karma originate out of a deep sense of unworthiness and a belief that we are not already inherently perfect, loved and loving and deserving of everything we can imagine.

The greatest gift we can give to anyone and the universe as a whole is to be in joy. There is nothing that we 'need' to do in terms of giving up something to experience the flow of creation.

Each of us is loved...worthy.....there is no need to actively make restitution for that which we receive. Our natural state is to receive all that we ask for...to allow the universe to stimulate our desire, align our energy with that desire and then reap the manifestation of that desire.

Our joy (or loving/harmonic vibration) is the only 'restitution' required to reap (or manifest desire). However, I do not call this the law of restitution but rather the law of attraction or the law of affinity; like attract like.

Our worthiness and deservedness is already assured simply by our existence...all that is required from us is that we 'line up with' that which we desire, and we do this through choosing the direction of our thoughts, thereby shifting our vibration. We do this through choosing to be of love...of joy....of peace.

In this sense, we DO reap what we sow. If we live in joy, we experience a reality where desires arise and flow into creation effortlessly.

One who lives in joy is inherently GIVING as well as receiving in every moment that he lives. There is no restitution required in the sense that I must make a 'pay back' for the good fortune I received....that is, unless you call "joy" payback.

In joy....perfection unfolds naturally. It can be no other way.

I thank you so much for your contributions here...you've stimulated much food for thought and perhaps very soon I'll write an article on The Law of Restitution and how in my opinion, it is not actually a law, but instead a belief about man's essential unworthiness.

With Love,
Faye

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