Health 107

This entry is part 46 of 73 in the series 2015

Nov 8, 2015

Health 107

The questions

What do you suppose DK means by “good”? How does being good and harmlessness give one the power to heal?

Speaking of good, the few souls who attempted to comment on this rather esoteric subject gave “good” answers and demonstrated “good” thinking. Now here is my two cents worth.

We have talked a lot about good and evil here, but there always seems to be more insights to be achieved. DK appears to be linking or associating good with harmlessness. A key word representing this thought is harmony which synchronously also starts with “harm”. Perhaps it could be said that harmlessness and harmony both neutralize harm.

Imagine a good pianist skillfully playing beautiful music on a well-tuned piano. Those listening will be basking in sweet harmony. Beautiful harmonious music can lift the downward focused eyes to the soul and lift the person above the cares of the world almost to an alternate dimension of enjoyment with thoughts completely taken away from earthly cares.

On the other hand, just let a three-year old kid pound away on the keys for a moment and you’ll hear a cacophony of sound that is almost hurtful to the ears – something you wouldn’t identify with harmlessness.

The first instinct is to tell the kid to stop, or maybe grab him and pull him away so the torture will end.

From this perspective, good is that which is harmonious and evil is that which is out of harmony.

The Aquarian Gospel, chapter 23, gives some beautiful words of Jesus about harmony:

5 The laws of nature are the laws of health, and he who lives according to these laws is never sick.

6 Transgression of these laws is sin, and he who sins is sick.

7 He who obeys the laws, maintains an equilibrium in all his parts, and thus insures true harmony; and harmony is health, while discord is disease.

8 That which produces harmony in all the parts of man is medicine, insuring health.

9 The body is a harpsichord, and when its strings are too relaxed, or are too tense, the instrument is out of tune, the man is sick.

10 Now, everything in nature has been made to meet the wants of man; so everything is found in medical arcanes.

11 And when the harpsichord of man is out of tune the vast expanse of nature may be searched for remedy; there is a cure for every ailment of the flesh.

12 Of course the will of man is remedy supreme; and by the vigorous exercise of will, man way make tense a chord that is relaxed, or may relax one that is too tense, and thus may heal himself.

13 When man has reached the place where he has faith in God, in nature and himself, he knows the Word of power; his word is balm for every wound, is cure for all the ills of life.

14 The healer is the man who can inspire faith. The tongue may speak to human ears, but souls are reached by souls that speak to souls.

That last sentence gives us the most important key as to where harmony must be found. It is found in soul speaking to soul and to make this possible the lower self must be in harmony with the soul.

To become an expert in harmoniously playing a musical instrument takes a lot of practice yet many think they can be one with their soul by making a quick decision and going for it. This is not quite the case. To become proficient at the harmony of the soul also takes practice.

And where can seekers practice if they are not even sure if they have made contact?

Lots of places.

Practice with your loved ones, your friends, family, fellow workers. Practice with our lesser brothers, the animals, and all life that is encountered. Practice being harmonious so that others will want to be in your presence just as people want to be in the presence of a harmonious and skillful musician.

When the seeker reaches a point where life is magnetically drawn to him or her then the soul will also feel it is time to connect and bring the person to a new level of harmony, good and harmlessness.

It is interesting that a tuning fork, when struck, can cause a nearby tuning fork to vibrate with the same frequency. One musical instrument when played will have an effect on other stringed instruments. This is called the principle of entrainment.

It thus makes perfect sense that the healer who is in harmony with his soul and other lives around him will have a healing effect through his mere presence.

The good, which is the harmony of soul makes disharmony obvious and “drives evil from the form in time and space.”

In addition to laws of healing DK speaks of rules. Here is Rule One:

Let the healer train himself to know the inner stage of thought or of desire of the one who seeks his help. He can thereby know the source from whence the trouble comes. Let him relate the cause and the effect and know the point exact through which relief must come.

So, in your own words how does the healer find this exact point and what does he do once he finds it?

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Gary Vaynerchuk

Copyright 2015 by J J Dewey

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