We're still working, energetically, on the situation in Mississippi, sending codes from thecodesoflife.com that are said to manage stress related to various forms of negative energy.
Raymon Grace, in dowsing, seems to have been been able to clear stress related to this even for serial killers. Look it up!
In other words, maybe "the devil made me do it" is more than a comedy line.
Meanwhile, I've been thinking about Natural Law.
The creation of our reality is governed by NATURAL LAW, not Man-Made.
Maybe not understanding this is why our world appears to be so screwed up. With Natural Law ANYTHING done to harm another- even in thought form- comes back to the sender.
Look at the chaos we've created on this planet. Could it be because we're following man-made laws, instead of Natural Law?
And yet there's little information on this subject.
So here goes- I'm no expert, but am working to learn as much as possible:
Natural Law differs from Man-Made Laws in 4 primary ways:
First- It's based on Principles and Truth. Man-made Law is based on dogmatgic beliefs.
(DOGMATIC means beliefs we REFUSE to change. We REFUSE to look at information that might contradict what we believe. It's programmed in, and our level of voltage refuses to allow us to contradict it. Prime examples? Religion and politics.)
Second- Natural Laws are based on Knowledge and Understanding. (Many spiritual traditions say knowledge IS spirituality.) Man-made Laws, on the other hand, are complied with due to Fear of Punishment.
Fear lowers voltage/vibration dramatically.
Third- Natural Law exists and applies anywhere in the Universe. Man-made Law is based on the whim of the legislators or religious authorities of the area. For example, in certain parts of the world is it ok to mutilate the genitals of young girls.
And fourth, Natural Law has never changed. For example, it is wrong to harm another. When man makes law, it changes according to the whims of those making the laws.
So, I appreciate the men and women who serve- past and present- our country via the Military. Today, Memorial Day, I also honor them. But I can't help but wonder what would happen if, around the world, soldiers would say I LOVE MY FELLOW MAN" and refuse to take up arms.