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Re: Materialism
« Reply #15 on: August 12, 2012, 12:23:46 PM »
Science is everything, no matter how spiritual. Even after we die we are part of the science that governs our new realm. If that was not true, we would not be burdened with ego as our soul is incarnated and humanity would not be so delusional.

Forgiveness is an act of grace, but it is not given. It is received. The only true forgiveness is a gift from us to ourself. We never have to forgive another. We only have to see the beauty of the spirit. That is our quest...to forgive ourselves enough that we can see...to see the beauty of the spirit we love...not loved, because the love never ends.

Faith. Forgiveness. Love. Any of these things destroy the barrier...the ego. But reality...supported by the negativity that remains when the positive was removed, overwhelms us. And all we have to do is have faith, forgive ourselves, and love another...and we leave this world without ego. We have to leave this world without ego, or we will be back again...to suffer more. Maybe 99% of people who die will be back.

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Re: Materialism
« Reply #16 on: August 12, 2012, 08:23:26 PM »
Wade, I've been reading your posts on several threads now and I still don't entirely get the point you're trying to make. Assume that I am the dumbest person who ever lived and try to explain your viewpoint to me from there, please.

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« Reply #17 on: August 12, 2012, 09:09:03 PM »
I appreciate your interest. Best bet is to google Wade Welch Deal Or No Deal...FreeEbooks. 25 pages. It has over 5K downloads and great reviews.

The soul is reincarnated. If it comes from a spot that is far down the path of light, it has low vibration and positive charge. Once incarnated into this VERY negatively charged realm (wild electrons/magnetism,electricty), it is automatically balanced by a negative attachment which manifests as ego, since we are not prepared for a negative charge.

Everything is of the same substance in a different vibration. It is all particles. Our purpose here is to lower the vibration of the soul so it can stay on the path of light, and not get kicked off so it is unable to reach the light. Once we achieve low vibration, we can go all the way to Heaven or beyond. Farther down the path of light is the akashic record. All particles retain a permanent record of everything that affects it. Everything we do is recorded permanently.

To lower vibration we muct reject ego. Best way as far as I know is to develop faith, forgive ourselves, and love. Once we can do this we can get beyond the delusion of our material existence and see truth. As it is, we have little or no incventive to seek truth...especially since it costs us so dearly. With ego we are a fear-based species and delusional, and routinely increase the vibration of our soul. We hate because we simply cannot find a comfort zone in this wild negative realm. Society has no concern for truth or anything that serves our life's purpose.

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« Reply #18 on: August 12, 2012, 09:19:18 PM »
The beauty of the spirit is within all of us. It is in our memories...even if those memories are prettier than the truth. It is in our potential...in those moments in our lives when things didn't matter...when money didn't exist...when our parents didn't abuse us or neglect us...when tomorrow wasn't a burden. It is in the trust we lost long ago.

True love involves the spirit...which has the potential to be a daily routine in the reality we are obsessed with. It could be what we are born into, what we awake to each day...the essence of our material existence, and how we share each moment. Instead, we have the burden of survival. The spirit is lost.   

Our perception is an illusion, based in reality...never giving us a break. It always pulls on us...grabbing at our core. It allows us to find something we want...something that takes away the fear we hid and forgot...and embrace an obsession. Reality is failure, because no matter what we do, the only true reality never presents itself. That is the gift we receive from the world...fear. 

The material world is a balance of positive and negative energy. If we take away some of the positive, the remaining negative instantly finds something positive to attach to...and neutralize. History has proven that the world changes, and currently we have not attained a position that allows us to avoid this change. In the past, we had civilizations with balance...and at some point in the future, we will again.

Reality is a temporary setback which we cannot avoid, but we can endure. If we choose to not identify with reality, and to find the beauty of the spirit, then we have faith. Faith was intended to support our beauty. It was supposed to be an endowment...a gift from those who are responsible for us. Faith is real, and is eternal. It was once a gift from our parents, and was maintained with help from our friends.

God, the "Artist", created the universe. He established Free Will. This was intended to allow us to reach our goals...our future. The spirit has a sanctuary...within his Free Will. The spirit is within all of us, and is a piece of God. It is the soul, and it is eternal. It is who we are, and it is free to endure.

The corporation is an imaginary entity that removes Free Will...a temporary setback for humanity. It embodies the choice to forget who we are...where we came from...and who we will be. Faith is our birthright, but until we get beyond our current condition, we have only the ego. I had to leave the material world to understand...even though it was my destiny to seek truth my whole life. With an ego attached, I had no chance...no one does. Our only tool is the faith we have been denied.

Forgiveness is an act of grace, but it is not given. It is received. The only true forgiveness is a gift from us to ourself. We never have to forgive another. We only have to see the beauty of the spirit. That is our quest...to forgive ourselves enough that we can see...to see the beauty of the spirit we love...not loved, because the love never ends.

Faith. Forgiveness. Love. Any of these things destroy the barrier...the ego. But reality...supported by the negativity that remains when the positive was removed, overwhelms us. And all we have to do is have faith, forgive ourselves, and love another...and we leave this world without ego. We have to leave this world without ego, or we will be back again...to suffer more. Maybe 99% of people who die will be back.

Wade

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« Reply #19 on: August 14, 2012, 12:41:20 PM »
If you want to know more about exactly what happens after you die, from the moment it happens, try reading my Home Sweet Hell, 20 pages, FreeEbooks. When we are contacted by a spirit who cannot go beyond, that soul is in a very dark place that can be described as a heavy fluid. If that spirit is asking for forgiveness, it actually needs to forgive itself, and there is nothing we can do to help.

I also have my autobiography published, Who Am I?, 57 pages, and it is popular in foreign countries. It has been translated into many foreign languages. The FreeEbooks edition is not exactly like the Scribd.com edition, which has one small detail added at the very end. It explains more about my father, who worked in a top secret Federal facility located underground at Vought Aeronatics in Grand Prairie Texas...nicknamed "the black hole". He was nicknamed Waldo, and was/is a strange looking fellow totally devoted to keeping his mouth shut and keeping secrets. I was recruited there and turned them down, which led to me first near death experience. The several times the Feds have come after me throughout my life is all related to my father and the day I said NO.

There is also my fifth ebook that is located only at scribd.com, Origins Of Truth. It is simply a negative perspective on America supported by our founding fathers and leaders in the past. It shows what we have become and is not recommended for those who want to enjoy their delusion.

PLus, Act Of Giving is 21 pages at FreeEbooks and completes my effort at writing, although I could write one more, but it is not necessary. Deal Or No Deal is the only actual required reading.

Wade

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« Reply #20 on: August 29, 2012, 02:57:44 AM »
It is certainly a primary goal to achieve consciousness and discover the spiritual realm. I have always had a problem on forums when conversing with enlightened or semi-enlightened persons.

I acknowledge the truth of the conscious experience, but I have a problem with it being the bottom line. My "adversaries" want love to be the bottom line. Sure, it will influence your material world and lead you forward, in being enlightened, and living that lifestyle...however, I see it as a beginning-not the bottom line.

Once consciousness is obtained, I feel we need to turn around and live in the material world...dealing with common issues. The ego is our primary obstacle. That is worth repeating, but not only do almost all people "hate" me for discussing these problems, they see me as doing the opposite of what I should be doing.

Picture the person who gives up material life and lives in a park for a while. He discovers consciousness through an influence from the spiritual world, as he has let himself be open to a mind broadening experience.

He ends up being able to share experiences and find others who agree and understand. They have also experienced life altering physical changes that are mind boggling.

But as I said, it does not end there. Why not then take on difficult issues and actually do something...rather than share the love and light? I describe it as "walking the walk" rather than just talking.

I challenge all spiritual people to actually do something. If they do not, they are simply serving themselves and their ego. They help a little, but seldom do I see an enlightened person working hard to do much of anything. They just see themselves as superior.

So, I challenge them with specific matters, and I get banned or worse...I create "enemies".

No one wants to wake up and see EGO in the mirror. TRUTH is painful and comes at a cost. It is much easier to control everything in your life. So, having a footsoldier such as myself, who deals with the whole truth and not the candy-coated humanistic version, is important.

The average person must live in ego, then discover truth, then expand their consciousness, and then live that same life holding the ego at arm's length, as it will not go away.

No one has to be a warrior like me and fight the ego and our egoic culture. There are better ways...AFTER...I have done my job.
Stories serve a great purpose...only AFTER people are willing to care about TRUTH. I find 90% of people want me to go away. To me, this says, very specifically, who we are as a species.

But the material world has a hold on us. 90% is too much, but we will never get 90% in our favor. 50% would be awesome...and "enlightened" people will go on and on about how flawed my perspective is...even though I agree with them. Even though consciousness is uncommon, it is much more common than effectively dealing with EGO.

How obvious does EGO have to be?

Wade

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