You Can Do No Wrong

What if you knew you could do no wrong in God’s eyes? Would that open up any doors for you, possibly alleviate some guilt?

“You can do no wrong.” Wouldn’t that statement send all religions into a tailspin?

Religions are all based on guiding you away from wrong doing, and leading you to that which is right. They would lose their power and purpose if that statement were true. The whole industry would collapse. “Is religion an industry?”

Yes, it’s the oldest industry, it’s not a charity, and not a, “not for profit industry.” When you start out with nothing, and you end up with vast wealth all around the world, you can hardly consider yourself a charity.

So, can we do no wrong? Well, right and wrong are just words, and not very specific words. Actions are the result of beliefs, cause by thoughts, which are vibrational by nature. Life is vibration. Life is you and I just being. At any given time we’re being some kind of vibrational frequency, either high, low, or in between. The whole of creation is frequency based, so how can a large portion of it be bad, wrong, or unacceptable? Is much of existence just a pool of quick sand, waiting for some poor unsuspecting person to step into it?

Should guilt be attached to the exploration of some natural phenomenon, which we ourselves didn’t create? The hot burner on a stove can be explored intellectually, or visually from a distance, or close up where we can feel the heat, or directly where we can feel the pain and burning sensation as a result of  touching it. Are any of those wrong?

The last one certainly results in a more complete understanding of what a burner is, and feels like! So was it wrong, or was it just a more complete exploration of a specific area of life.

Should you feel guilt? Is an intellectual understanding of reality a good substitute for the experience of it?

If you side with religion, the answer must be yes. If you were to take that conclusion to the ridiculous, you could have all of creation which has experienced “nothing,” as opposed to one which has experienced everything.

Which do you think is the more realistic viable option?

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What Is Love

All love is the highest feeling of well-being and contentment that each of us has ever experienced. So in that regard, it is slightly different for each of us. The reason we can all feel it, is because it is a vibration. And,… because we all feel “something,” and label it love, then love can not be a “specific” vibrational frequency at our level of existence.

The variable nature of the frequency of vibration we each experience, and call love, can span quite a range, when you consider there are close to seven billion people all having some kind of love experience. And so, people’s idea of what love is, are no different from their ideas about what truth, or freedom, or joy are.

All life is vibrational, and “is God,” in just a different form. God is love, and its nature his loving. Therefore, all reality is just a vibrational expression of love. We can now say that, because everything is love, the only variation from one aspect of reality to the next, is in its vibrational frequency.

What is love? Love is “all there is,” (God) continually expressing itself, as some form of vibrationall frequency. The only reason that one aspect of reality on earth feels more loving than another, is because of the vibrationall frequency it represents. The lowest of vibrationall frequencies causes us to feel the least amount of love, and those same frequencies cause the beliefs which spur people on to act in the least loving ways.

The opposite is true of the highest of vibrationall frequencies, which is why people gravitate to the highest, and are repelled by the lowest of vibrationall frequencies.

What is love?

Love is the emotional guidance system that allows each of us to interact with each other at the highest level of reality here on earth.