For the millions of spiritual seekers looking for achievable rules to live by in this lifetime, the concept of healing personal karma to affect change in global karma is especially timely.
Dr. Harra's message is uplifting, comforting, and all-inclusive at a time when many are struggling with the limiting and divisive strictures of dogma and doctrine. The Eleven Eternal Principles reveals simple, universal truths that will raise our consciousness, empower us to create a more harmonious and healthy world, and allow us to embrace a new age of enlightenment.
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|Title of History eBook: The Eleven Eternal Principles|
|Release Date: 11-17-2009|
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The Eleven Eternal Principles
All people and all creatures are one, united with the Divine.
Our light-energy bodies, or souls, are united with all other creatures, the trees, the stones, the ponds, and the mountains in the energy grid called Divinity. Because we are connected, we are all continually influencing each other and the world around us. Every action we take affects others as well as ourselves. The idea that we can go about our business living however we like, without creating consequences for ourselves and others, comes from the false perception that we are separate beings. It's true that at the physical level, you and I can't occupy the same space and we have different bodies. But in the Divine realm, which is not limited by our rules of time and space, individuality is an illusion.
As humans, we have a collective mind. Our unconscious is aware of this, but unfortunately, living in the physical world distracts us from this inner knowledge. Your ego, which is your mind's awareness of yourself as an individual, refuses to recognize what your subconscious knows. Even if you do see signs of your connection and influence on others, your ego will dismiss them as unimportant. Our separateness seems so real that most of us mistakenly believe it's the only reality instead of just the reality that the ego perceives.
All of us go through basically the same experiences in life: the passages of birth, adolescence, marriage or partnership, parenting, getting older, and death. We all feel sorrow when someone we care about is hurt and become angry when we see an injustice. We have similar thoughts, too. Yet we tend to focus on our differences instead of our simila...