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Crucifixion or Resurrection

The last few weeks have been a time of deep contemplation. Watching different Facebook posts and seeing different views and perspectives has been like making a batch of cookies…1/2 cup of joy, 2 cups of grace, and 3 tablespoons of truth; mix well and add love as needed. Bake until the golden light radiates with pearls of wisdom – sustain and allow the world to be just as it is.

We have all heard about illusions and the new age movement. That New Age is ‘nonsense theory’ is based on Pollyanna syndrome – think positive, do a poster board, add positive affirmations and your life will be the American Dream. 

If we are not clear in our unconscious thoughts, it will sabotage our intention. That is the part left out of the New Age propaganda. Looking on the outside to get our desires met and fail to look on the inside, to clear and change habitual mind patterns, therefore projecting judgment on others and blame them for our problems.

What most don’t understand is that, it’s our unconscious thoughts and emotions that drive us; that is why we are an addicted society. It is not just to alcohol, drugs, and sex, but to food, sports, TV, texting, videos, thoughts, self-punishment, reactive behavior, drama…and the list continues. The biggest addiction of all is judgment – judgment of self and judgment of others. 

 I often think of Jesus Christ on the cross with nails in his wrists and ankles hanging high for everyone to see. I wonder how he managed to be sustained in his energy/emotional field without judgment, yet be in total love and forgiveness. Remember His famous words, “Forgive them Father, for they do not know.”  How could he not feel betrayed?  Why did he not scream and shout, ‘You’re all insane!’

 Because He knew…He stayed out of the way, by not plugging into judgment, thereby allowing God to intervene. When we don’t plug into that energy field (and charge it with more negative energy), it loses the charge and gives God and the Universe, a heads up. We step out of grandiosity, we’re not judging and are allowing the Grace of God to take care of His children, we are no longer givingup our freewill to judge. No longer judge and jury toward ourselves and others.

Our judgment is a cry for help, born out of fear or pain; it causes separation within ourselves as well as with those around us, which blocks the heart from opening that allows God to intervene on our behalf.

Because Jesus was so sustained and did not judge, God was able to intervene so we could learn about judgment. We have spent lifetimes in judgment — which only perpetuates the problem by adding more energy to that unseen energetic field. How big does that energetic field need to get before we blow each other up? This could be a ‘true nuclear catastrophe’.

Jesus knew He did not want to participate in that energy and add fuel to the fire.  However, He allowed nature to take its course and let us learn lessons of judging by experiencing the pain and suffering that kind of energy carries.

When we allow and accept each other as we are, without judging, and go to compassion, change occurs; this is unconditional love. Even if we are a different color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, whatever our conditioning, we are judging as right or wrong. This is what causes war and divides/conquers the human species.

When we don’t judge, we resurrect — we ascend toward Heaven, climbing another step of Jacob’s ladder; so one day we will resurrect our own souls and be as free as Jesus showed us to be. His entire life was such an example to live by.

The difference between judgment and observation: Judgment has a high emotional wattage charge from past experiences or conditioning. While observations have no emotional charge, calling a fact a fact, yet being neutral with the emotions and energy. For example: My son was killed by a drunk driver; that is an observation.  While a judgment might be: All drunk drivers can go to hell! There is an emotional charge in judgment. When we release our emotional pain of judgment, then it no longer has a strong hold on us. 

‘Becoming Mindful and Aware’ is a life changing workshop. David R. Hawkins M.D., Ph.D., the author of Power vs. Force explains that one of the best ways to learn is through other people’s tragedies, so we don’t have to live through them. When we experience a story of tragedy, we can find deep compassion in our heart and have a greater understanding of the mind, and how it takes over the heart when it is in fear and drives. Similar to our personal tragedy, we survived a head on collision and lost our only child. Our book, Hitting Fear Head On, will take you to your knees creating an understanding for a new depth of love and forgiveness.  

Another great tool is Non-Violent Communication, by Marshall Rosenberg. His book teaches a skill set that will unplug emotions and prevents short circuiting our thinking and throws us back into judgment.

Meditation and prayer both deepen the Spirit, which allow the mind to be peaceful. It takes discipline and time to feel the sustainability with the energy of the Holy Spirit and the Grace of God. This Easter weekend, we can judge and be crucified with the enslavement of sin, or we can unplug from the judgmental energy field and resurrect ourselves into the conscious Heart, Mind, and Soul of Jesus Christ and treat ourselves to golden baked cookies.

Happy Easter!

Love Biff, Laurie and Preston from Heaven

Posted by LaurieBoggs at April 18, 2014 3:38 am | Comments Off on Crucifixion or Resurrection
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“Courage is walking in God’s Light Mom!”

Preston persisted, “Mom, go to the elementary school and just sit among children.”  Resisting his wisdom with my health, immune system issues, and fear, I denied his plea. Healing the grief has happened in the spiritual realm, but there’s a void of not having a physical child around me. The anticipation of walking into a school full of children created an emotional upheaval of the life I was missing out on.

“Courage is walking in God’s LIGHT Mom!”

Preston’s words triggered me. Taking a deep breath I walked into the classroom of 3rd graders, the same year Preston would have been in before he passed. The children looked curious and in wonder as I stood by their teacher. Empathically connecting with each child, tears came to my eyes; I felt embraced by their energy. There was a big difference walking into a room of adults vs. children. They were warm, open, and welcomed me into their classroom.

Swallowing my pride while whispering to the teacher, I confided, “I may get confused helping the children because of my brain injury.” She nodded and suggested I go sit at a table with four boys. Taking another deep breath, I sat down by a little boy with uncombed hair, big holes in his pants and huge brown eyes, just like Preston; he smiled.

Reading over the instructions in the worksheet, I felt ashamed because I did not understand them. The four boys looked at me waiting for assistance with their math assignment. Bowing my head, I looked into their eyes and said, “I don’t understand, can you help me?” A sense of relief swept across the table as the boys realized that an adult has math problems too.  

Since the crash, the brain injury has been a real challenge, because people have heavily judged me; they do not understand the complexity of a brain injury. However, the children’s energy was safe; they accepted me without any reaction. Our learning experience turned into an interdependent discussion. Each child tried to teach me as they tried to understand their own assignment. We contemplated as we read each question. 

Later, I shared my day at school with my husband who has a degree in elementary education. With enthusiasm he replied, “You had them teach you! What a great way for them to feel empowered, learn, and grow!”  

Courage gave me the LIGHT to walk past my fear and find Heaven on Earth that day.

What stretch can you give yourself today, to walk past the fear of facing your grief? Are you afraid that your loved one won’t hear you or you won’t hear your loved one? Sometimes the emotions are so strong it can be frustrating to hear past the noise of our own logical mind, but don’t give up! Persistence is key to developing your connection; feel through the fear of not connecting. If nothing happens, accept what is in this moment. It may be rejection; accept rejection, allow it to enter into the space. If tears arise, release them, which opens your heart, and then surrender the need to connect. This will create room within for a deep bond to cultivate.

Love Laurie and Preston from Heaven
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Posted by LaurieBoggs at April 11, 2014 9:33 pm | Comments Off on “Courage is walking in God’s Light Mom!”
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