Topic: David Wilcock
Here are links to a couple of pages at David Wilcock’s web site that have extensive comments on Law Of One/Ra material:
I just wish the website was designed better or a couple hundred bucks paid to a teenager to do a better job. OR maybe that's my left-brain talking.
It’s definitely a work in progress. Having both the old and new versions of his books online can be distracting. His channeled readings can be hard to locate. Sometimes they are combined with articles or dream analysis.
These are excerpts from one of his channeled readings for a client in which service to others was discussed:
9 / 26 / 03
The true essence of Service To Others cannot be contained within the overt semantic description that the words provide.
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So when we state Service to Others as being the desirable path, that path has greater complexity than simply attending church or appeasing those around you and making them happy.
The Service to Others path is a path of integration of self, and through that integration of self, becoming aware to some degree that there is no separation between self and others.
This is decidedly different than one only looking as far as to see it as being a function of volunteering one’s time in such things as a soup kitchen or otherwise.
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The Service to Others path is a path wherein, truly speaking, one does experience all things desired. This means that one has cut off any sense of obligation to a given social structure. [We often point people to page 170 of the Law of One, Book One, in which it states, “The proper role of the entity is, in this density, to experience all things desired – to then analyze, accept and understand these experiences, distilling from them the love/light [love and wisdom] within them… Nothing shall be overcome; that which is not needed falls away… All things are acceptable in the proper time for each entity.“?- DW]
We have stated that an entity on the positive path must experience all things desired, and yet this alone is not sufficient. For once these experiences are sought after, they must then be understood, accepted, integrated and forgiven. Only when this is accomplished is the entity then capable to distill the love and light that can be found inside ones’ experiences.
The extent to which an entity is capable of distilling its experiences through free will is the extent to which an entity has polarized on the positive path.
The implication is quite clear. In order to be on the positive path, one must be capable of doing one’s own thinking. Doing ones own thinking, by a very specific process, involves looking beyond that which society would define as spiritual.
Instead, the extent to which you serve others and follow that positive path has to do with making your own decisions, to accept yourself, to love yourself, to forgive yourself, to look upon the past and distill the various things that have happened, to find the love and the wisdom that was present in those moments when you might have felt betrayed by your mother or father, when you might have felt as though the world had turned its back on you and left you bitter and unaware.
A spiritual person touches all whom they meet by the radiance that they give off of self-acceptance and self-understanding.