Service to Others

You are here for two very important reasons. 

To educate yourself through solving problems and to help others.

There are no other reasons.

And, while you are here, there are universal laws that are designed to help you get the most out of this experience. Here is one of them:

Your energy – dreams, thoughts, emotions and beliefs are literally transformed into experience.

Here is “why” this law supports you:

By transforming “mental energy“(energy) into “experience”(matter) “…you are supposed to get a clear picture of your inner development as it is reflected by the exterior environment.”Jane Roberts, The Nature of Personal Reality, Amber-Allen Publishing, San Rafael, CA, 1994

Let me explain.  Every one of your life experiences have been orchestrated by you.  They have been designed by you in a framework outside of this physical space or medium you call earth or life or existence. Your dreams are part of that framework.  Your thoughts, ideas and innovations are part of that framework. And you enter it nightly in your dream state, when you meditate, and can experience it during the OBE (Out-of-Body) state.

You orchestrate the events of your life. And, those events begin as dreams, thoughts and ideas. So, here are the dots connected. The life that you are living right now, is a projection of your inner beliefs and hopes at this moment.

Here is “how” this law works:

“Knowledge about mental energy and its use is learned by constantly transforming your thoughts and emotions into physical form (your physical reality) and by then perceiving and dealing with the matter and events that are formed.”Jane Roberts, The Nature of Personal Reality, Amber-Allen Publishing, San Rafael, CA, 1994

You are here for this simple reason – to serve others. But, service to others starts with a journey of self. In order for us to serve others in the most meaningful way, we have to be operating from a position of emotional, mental, and spiritual fitness.

It is that simple. There is a lot to be said about service to self and its ability to change a life for the better and the rippling effect that it can have on a community, a region and the world.  Are you familiar with Chaos Theory and the Butterfly Effect?  Here is the analogy, simply explained by Norton Juster: 

“…whatever we do affects everything and everyone else, if even in the tiniest way. Why, when a housefly flaps his wings, a breeze goes round the world.”The Princess of Pure Reason —  Norton Juster, The Phantom Tollbooth

Have you heard this Gandhi quote: “Be the change you want to see in the world?”  Well, he didn’t quite say it that way.  Here is the actual quote:

“We but mirror the world. All the tendencies present in the outer world are to be found in the world of our body. If we could change ourselves, the tendencies in the world would also change. As a man changes his own nature, so does the attitude of the world change towards him. This is the divine mystery supreme. A wonderful thing it is and the source of our happiness. We need not wait to see what others do.”Mahatma Gandhi

Wait.  Did you catch that? When we change ourselves, we change the world around us. 

Service to others acknowledges the idea that there is no division between self and the world at large.

When you direct your focus to the world around you in a caring and loving manner you make two very important statements.  First, you reinforce the understanding that nothing exists that isn’t connected to everything else. You are as connected to a tree in the Redwood Forest as you are to the world’s population, the animal kingdom, the forests, mountain ranges, oceans, seas and jungles of the world. Hard to believe isn’t it? Well, it’s true. And, secondly, you contribute to the expansion of consciousness. You help share the understanding that there are greater forces or awareness at play here (more than just what we can see, taste, smell and touch), and those forces aid in individual and mass creative expression.    

Your service to others acknowledges the connection we share with our self, the planet and its inhabitants. When we value service to self over service to others, we accept the idea that there is a division between ourselves and everyone else. When we accept service to others as an overarching moral philosophy, we acknowledge that there is no division between ourselves and the world at large.  We see the oneness in everything.

Service to others doesn’t mean you become Superman and save the world. NO. Service to others encourages you to love yourself first and foremost.  And, when you love yourself, you dismiss those beliefs that don’t serve you and begin to live your truth.  And, when you live your truth, you radiate the frequency of love that is received by those you are meant to serve and beyond. That is how the “system” works.    

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