Sunday, October 2, 2016

Transition into Life

In the last segment, our focus was on developing our capacity to create the life we want. Now we start to focus on tolerance and empowerment.

Many people think that before they can become the successful business person, they must be able to drive a nice car, for example. These are signs that you have made it. What happens if you haven't made it yet, and can't pay for the monthly payments on the car? You have to know what you have, and the understanding must be in our heart, and that is when you "walk the walk."

We live in a continuum of frequency, and if you are the successful business person, you can look around you and see people who reflect back to you success. That is when you know you have arrived. Those who are intolerant, are depending on others to help them, and frustrated that they are not.

The people around you are teaching you something.

The empowerment aspect comes from assuming responsibility for your own transition. You change inside of yourself what you no longer wish to experience. You have the tools to make the changes, and you apply the tools in your own life to bring it about.

On the opposite side of the circle, we are looking at Buddhism and then transition into Islam. Buddhism addresses how you get your support, and Gautama Buddha, like Jesus and the other disciples, traveled with no money and no supplies. They relied on staying with wealthy people and teaching them about spiritual concepts in a form of win-win agreement. If no one was willing to listen, they moved on. The prophet Muhammad taught the principles of a plan, and rising in protest when someone has a plan that is in no one's best interest. Tolerance and empowerment involve making the changes within yourself, and the changes are on what you no longer wish to experience.

You may not know what your life will be. The plan you create will be addressed at the beginning of the cycle, during the Christianity segment.