Principle 69

This entry is part 66 of 98 in the series Principles

The Principles behind Disease and Health

The Health Principle could be stated as follows:

The state of being in tune, and receptive to, the natural flow of spiritual energy from God, who is our Source.

The disease Principle could also be stated thus:

The state of being out of tune, and not receptive to the natural flow of spiritual energy from God, who is our Source.

After reading this some may ask: “If this is true then why are there healthy atheists and unhealthy believers?”

This is best answered with another question:

If a person is completely ignorant about electricity, with no knowledge of it at all, will the lights still come on when he turns on the switch?

The answer is, of course, yes. Even so, many atheists are more receptive to the natural energies within them than are believers. Because they do not realize their true Source does not mean they are not available to him when he turns the switch on.

Speaking of the justice of God Jesus said:

“…for he maketh his sun to rise on the evil and on the good, and sendeth rain on the just and on the unjust.” Matt 5:45

The same goes for all the gifts of God. They are available whether we believe or not. Just like believers and non-believers alike merely have to accept the life-giving rays of the sun to take advantage of them – the same goes for benefitting from the health-giving internal rays from our True Source. They are available to all life.

Does this mean that believing or having faith has no beneficial health effects? No. Everything has some effect and church goers in the United States live about seven years longer than non believers and statistics show they have overall better physical and mental health. Check out this story.

Even so, there are some atheists, as individuals, healthier than other comparable individual believers, which illustrates the point that good health will manifest in those who open themselves up to the natural source of healing energy. Faith in God merely makes one a little more naturally open, hence the longer average lives and better health of believers.

It is interesting that the word “disease” beaks down to dis-ease, or suggesting the state of mind that is ill at ease, not at ease, or disturbed.

When one receives the natural energies from God he is indeed at peace and at ease. There is a state of being in tune with the natural order of things and of being at peace with what IS.

Exactly what does it take to be a good receiver? To understand this we must understand what we are receiving. The life energy from God breaks down to three aspects of light, love and power. The receiver must therefore be receptive to the following

(1) Light. He must follow the highest he knows.

(2) Love. Have a love for all life including his own. He should show appreciation to all living things and events.

(3) Power. He should have respect for all the energies he perceives, including life itself, and be receptive to them as being beneficial.

If this is the key to health then what do we do wrong that brings disease or makes us ill at ease?

The person blocks the energies of the three aspects something like this.

(1) Light. He doesn’t follow the highest he knows and is plagued by guilt as well as a cloud covering of his own making that veils the light.

(2) Love. There are those he has not forgiven in his heart causing him to hold grievances. He sees evil where he should merely register misguided souls who have taken a wrong turn. There are too many areas of life where a thankful heart is lacking.

(3) Power. He feels that the Powers-That-Be are against him. He sees the world as being tainted with evil and thus all that filters down to him lacks purity and is not to be fully received. While it is true that there are things to be avoided in life, this does not include the natural forces that sustain our lives. These we must embrace.

The ways the imagination of humanity has devised to avoid receiving or distorting all the divine energies sent our way are without number. This article just gives the seeker a couple good thoughts on which to ponder.

May he ponder well and live long and prosper.

“The best love is the kind that awakens the soul; that makes us reach for more, that plants the fire in our hearts and brings peace to our minds.” —from The Notebook

Copyright 2015 by J J Dewey

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