Sanat Kumara, Planetary Logos and Keeper of Universal Law, through Linda Dillon channel for the Council of Love, explains the Universal Law of Elimination saying that the truth of the Law of Elimination is realizing the power of the One to bring forth the teachings of right alignment, societies that work, and to bring away, to eliminate what doesn’t work.
With that said, all energy that emerges from the heart of One, in whatever form, has sacred purpose, expression, direction connected to our completion and continuity.
The purpose of All existence is to Love,
to be of joy and find our way Home through the heart.
Heavenly Blessings ~ The Universal Law of Elimination with Sanat Kumara
Meditation: 13:04 – 31:56
The Universal Law of Elimination is understanding our power, the power of the One, to know when energy is not in alignment with peace, Love, joy and to do something about it.
The Law of Elimination requires
deep frankness, honesty.
The Law of Elimination is the balance.
The closest understanding we have of this, is the Law of Dispensation, where there is removal of burden we have carried — with forgiveness, compassion, gratitude — imaginary or otherwise.
SK says imagination
is a point of creation.
Always when working with Universal Law, we start with ourselves, especially with the Law of Elimination.
What qualities bar us from the fullness of our being?
Sanat Kumara mentions these four:
bigotry, hatred, limitation, control
Here are definitions from the dictionary:
Bigot — ‘a person who is intolerant toward those holding different opinions.’ ex. We like to hold onto “being right” about situations within.
Hatred — ‘intense dislike or ill will.’ ex. All judgement of self is hatred.
Limit — ‘a point or level beyond which something does not or may not extend or pass.’ ex. We say small phrases to ourselves often unconsciously, starting with “I”, that are not in alignment with peace, Love, joy, forgiveness, compassion, gratitude.
Control – ‘the power to influence or direct people’s behaviour or the course of events.’ There is no control in the higher realms.
The Law of Elimination can be invoked to eliminate qualities that bar us from the fullness of our being.
Deep within our hearts is the stillness of profound forgiveness.
With forgiveness — for not expressing and experiencing
ourselves as Divine — we eliminate all discordant energy.
The false grid, entrenched belief, that “God is punishing” and our insidious core issue that we mentally/emotionally think we are a disappointment, “I’m a disappointment” — doubt — creates havoc, drama, disarray in our lives, lack of self-love and lack of self-worth.
Judgement, hatred within, bigotry, “being right” within, limitation and control of our selves with insidious brain patterns — phrases starting with “I” — such as “I don’t care” (false grid of futility) and “I’m not good enough” (core issue of fear) from early traumatic life experiences lead to a life of lack.
When we recognize, hear what we are saying — the phrases that are not in right alignment — we can invoke Sanat Kumara and the Law of Elimination to eliminate this energy, this lack of self-love and self-worth, with forgiveness and compassion for not expressing and experiencing ourselves as Divine.
Elimination of old ways of being opens the floodgates
for us to be in the balance of receiving and giving,
the FLOW of PEACE LOVE JOY,
abundance, sacred purpose,
freedom from all addiction to pain.
To see, understand, and feel what energy not of love
we are holding onto, here is a small exercise:
Draw 3 circles on a piece of paper, and starting in the Global circle, write what feels most disturbing to you in our external reality.
War, starvation, rape, pedophilia, human trafficking, modern slavery, the refugee crisis, the opioid crisis, extreme addiction. . . there are many issues, pick the one(s) that feel the most terrible to you.
Next, fill in the Family Friend(s) circle, with behaviour from a family member(s) and/or friend(s) that is not of love, that feels hurtful.
Finally, in the personal circle, write early traumatic incident(s).
When I did this exercise, I found correlations in the three circles — ‘metaphors/themes’ — lack of self-love, lack of self-worth in all my circles.
I saw how the Friends Family and Global circles related to the early incident(s) in the Personal circle.
It pointed out if I’m feeling triggered by what is, or has happened, with myself, family/friend(s), or in the global picture, I may still be holding onto old ways of being from the past.
As within, so without.
I invoke Sanat Kumara and the Universal Laws of Change, Transmutation,
and Elimination for oppression, self-cruelty, strife, worry, futility,
the old belief systems that ‘God is punishing’
and my core issues of ‘I’m a disappointment.’
The fastest way to balance, Divine Alignment, on a personal level for me has been to invoke Sanat Kumara and Universal Law.
Invoking helps us bring up, with awareness, the old emotions from our past, feeling them — the emotions — healing them, letting go with forgiveness, compassion, gratitude.
This can be done with relative ease, when we trust and are open to letting go of hatred, ‘being right’, our unconscious phrases, and all control.
Behaviour not of love, we do not condone,
but with understanding, knowing that All
are born of the Mother/Father One,
everyone is forgivable.
Sanat Kumara says there is room enough in each of us to Love everybody.
Each of us in an integral part of the whole with sacred purpose.
My principal guide said this to me in 2012, through Linda Dillon, channel for the Council of Love:
There is no such thing as mistakes.
The only mistake humans make is in judgement,
when they judge themselves or others to be less than,
when they do not see the glory of their own Divinity,
and that is just sad.
The glory of our Divinity is in letting go — forgiveness of hatred, judgement, bigotry, ‘being right’, limitation, the insidious phrases, control, all lack of self-love and lack of self-worth — with compassion and gratitude to our self and all our ‘teachers/reflections’ in every lifetime, all issues, experiences, situations.
The Universal Law of Elimination helps us bring forth the teachings of right alignment, societies that work, and bring away, eliminate, what doesn’t work in the balance.
An Invocation for the Universal Law of Elimination
I invoke Sanat Kumara and the Universal Law of Elimination
for all bigotry, hatred, limitation, control,
in the balance of forgiveness, compassion, gratitude.
“Heavenly Blessing: The Universal Law of Elimination with Sanat Kumara,” November 22, 2013, http://goldenageofgaia.com/2013/11/22/heavenly-blessing-the-universal-law-of-elimination-with-sanat-kumara/