"Every event and life-experience that causes
can be identified as having a base/foundation of believing
that one is not loved. Because all things manifest from
thought-form, any thought that is formed with the
foundation of a belief that one is
not loved has the
potential to cause a painful experience. Thought-forms
a foundation of love, faith, and no fear, have the potential to
create joy… and so much more."
MAY HAVE HEARD IT SPECULATED ABOUT...that
all disease is linked to our emotional issues. Following that
line of thinking, my Life Counselor, Solomon, went on to uncover
more about the theory that ALL things that we have or do not have
are linked to our emotional issues.
woke up one morning with a heaviness that I couldn’t identify.
The morning was incredibly beautiful and I stepped out onto the
deck to watch the sun make its entrance into the day. I was pleasantly
surprised to have Solomon appear next to me, with his hand on
my shoulder. His manner was soft and comforting. His words were
for a minute about those who have and those who don’t have,
he suggested. Think for a minute about the process of manifestation
and the subject of love and betrayal. The act of betrayal, in
the human psyche, cannot be a reality without the underlying fact
that there is no love. In other words, the human species believes
that, if someone is truly and completely loved, they would never
be betrayed. How then does the human explain the fact that so
many believe that God/The Creator has betrayed them? One of the
greatest issues upon the planet Earth is the fact that the mere
act of being on the planet suggests that one is separated from
God and “home.” And so the mere process of being human
suggests that one is not loved and can lead to the assumption
that betrayal by separation has occurred.
I admit that the enormity of the revelation and the deepness of
the thought, as well as the simplicity of it surprised me. I could
see that, if the entire concept of what he was suggesting could
be completely understood, the process of manifestation and living
the life most of us believe we should be living, could be explained.
there is a subconscious belief that we are unloved, we ourselves
will deprive ourselves of what it is we want. We will postpone,
or eliminate altogether, that which we deeply desire.
attempt to explain this as simply as I can. Solomon’s revelation
was so complete and involved my entire Soul’s history and
so there is much to say about the subject but little time and
space to say it. To me, it feels as though the entirety of existence
had been handed to me and now it was mine to sort out …
and then live. It is my hope, as it is always my hope when I write,
that the reader’s Soul will grasp all of the nuances that
are written … and unwritten.
continue … what if it’s this simple? What if every
single aspect of abuse, disease, neglect, lack, crime, and every
other event on Earth that appears to be out of alignment with
what we believe we should experience as great Souls who are aspects
of God/Creator, is an out-picturing of the fact that deep within
our psyche is the belief that we are not loved?
take it one step deeper. What if subconsciously we know that we
feel absolute love on “the other side/home” and this
is the reason we manifest death? If we cannot feel the totality
of love on Earth, would we not constantly crave “death”
and our return “home?”
ideal world would consist of having every need, desire, whim,
dream, fulfilled. In our teachings about manifestation, it is
said that this scenario is achievable. And so, deep within our
Knowing, this belief resides. It is, I would venture to say, the
core of any and all frustration we feel with life on Earth. It
is supposed to be one way … but it manifests as something
entirely different. There are several factors that rise from the
ashes of our subconscious with this thought. Are we being lied
to? Are we lying to ourselves? Are we delusional? Are we being
betrayed by something or someone?
is not a person on Earth who can look back at childhood and not
find a moment when something they wanted was not given. For example,
you were in a grocery store with a parent and you saw a bag of
cookies and you were told that you couldn’t have them. Almost
certainly, there is more than one incident like this in every
life. Some of us experienced daily disappointments. What did this
teach us? It taught us that we cannot always have what we want.
And yet the study of manifestation teaches us that we can
have everything we want. Which is the Truth?
this brings up another point. Why do so many of us identify “lack”
as betrayal? In other words, when we do not receive something
we want, we feel betrayed. Where did this interpretation arise?
My Knowing is that, each person receives what their Soul wants
them to have. And so, if a person craves a certain event, relationship,
or item and these things do not manifest, the reason for the “failure
to arrive” is due to the fact that the Soul has other plans.
Again … how did we as a species give birth to the belief
that not receiving means not being loved? The question bears serious
investigation. By understanding how we think and interpret life,
we can begin to heal the emotional reaction to the human life-experience,
thus begin to heal the “separation” that allows us
to live lives that do not reflect the joy and serenity of the
the subject a step further, how could it be anywhere near possible
to create a world/reality where every single person received every
single thing they ever craved? And would that be a world of satisfaction
or a world of gluttony? The key, perhaps, would lie in the deepest
spiritual understandings, which would then lead us to understanding
Universal Balance. Realistically speaking, it might be better
to have that “world” exist somewhere other than 3-D.
After all, material things are all part of the illusion and the
illusion is not truly what we seek. It would seem that total chaos
would ensue if all people were to have all desires met. (Perhaps
the times of absolute chaos on Earth were the times when we, as
a society, attempted to experiment with this concept?)
then do we manifest a 3-D reality/world when all that we truly
(albeit subconsciously) seek lies within our Soul and spiritual
love and understanding? My understanding is, as Soul we seek to
know, love, and understand all aspects of existence.
All aspects of existence contain an aspect of God/Creator. This
would have to include all of the things on Earth that we judge
and abhor, as difficult as that is to imagine. Nothing can exist
without God/Creator, therefore all that happens on Earth, or anywhere
else, must contain an aspect of God/Creator. Even at our “worst,”
we are manifesting God/Creator.
there is something within almost every person that helps us realize
that when we act out the most damaging and painful events, we
are acting in ways that are out of Divine Alignment. I believe
that “something” is our connection to Soul. As Soul,
we know that Divine Alignment and the acting out of the original
plan of existence have a foundation of love for all things. Which
brings us back to the original point that Solomon is making. The
belief that one is not loved is the foundation for the feeling
of betrayal for all things that are out of Divine Alignment and
all things that cause pain.
all acts that appear to be acts of betrayal is the act of betraying
oneself. To believe that one is not loved is to betray oneself.
It is not universally possible to be unloved. The very fact that
a person exists is a statement of love. The universal experience
on Earth is set up in such a way that we are capable of manifesting
our own reality. It is set up in a way that allows the world around
us to mirror back to us that which is out of Divine Alignment.
Nothing outside of ourselves can betray us. When it feels as though
it does, it is our signal that we do not feel loved.
may seem complicated … but it’s actually not.
Lauren Zimmerman, 2004