Spiritual: Karma Cleanse

Spiritual Message: Karma Cleanse

Stated on Twitter 2-29-2019

My children have you thought I have left you a stray
Just because my presence hasn’t been known
I have stood and waited on time in the corners watching as a darkness grows
It is now time to call out again but this needs to be heard far and wide
Listen to our friend through her I am

May your hearts become pure, cleanse with water
Let the fire in your soul renew and become again
Let the air carry you and carry pure thoughts to you and from you
And by the Earth ground in me
Akasha, your souls will return

Hear the words I speak I beg my children far and wide
The pain I see, the pain I feel
It’s so great to bear

Purge and cleanse your ways
Walk in the light but never
Think I have led you astray
Because I am walking with you, guiding you through the way

For this has been said, this is to be in known

Second Spiritual Message: Karma Cleanse

My children born why did you think that I would not send a messenger not to be believed
Did you think I was going to send messages without instructions on how to do so
Believed to be what is me
For these are the last words of this message to be said
with these last words these last pictures I fill,
Cleanse your soul cleanse your heart
First steps to cleanse
Purge what what you been
To bring a new

These words I fill, these words I bring to you
These words I say ,these words to be


Spiritual Message: Those Who Choose To Live Wickedly

Spiritual message March 6, 2019 sent on Twitter

those who choose to live wickedly and wicked ways will only gain wickedness
it is only by living by the rules of the universe
that you will gain that of which it’s most important
Walk in the light
Clean your souls
Live by the laws of the universe

We Are Governed By Three Different Sets Of Laws

  1. The Laws of the Land
  2. The Laws of the Church
  3. The Laws of the Universe

The Laws of the Universe

The Law of Divine Oneness

The Law of Divine Oneness is the foundational law, according to which absolutely everything in our universe is interconnected. In other words, every choice, word, desire, and belief you have will also have an impact on the world, and on the people in your life.

Sometimes this impact will be immediate and obvious. At other times, it may take a while to manifest, or you may never even discover that it has occurred. Try to think of yourself as part of everything around you to live in accordance with this law. We are all one, and awareness of this makes us more powerful as well as more empathetic.

Law of Vibration

According to the Law of Vibration, every particle in the universe is in constant movement and constantly carries energy. This applies to enormous parts of the universe, like the planets and stars. However, it also applies to the chair underneath you or the table where your computer sits.

In addition, everything has its own specific energy frequency. High energy particles are naturally attuned to other high energy particles, and the same is true for those that have low energy.

If your goal is to live a more productive and full life, consider what you would need to do to heighten your energy frequency.

Law of Correspondence

The Law of Correspondence is directly related to the foundational Law of Divine Oneness. The key idea here is that patterns repeat throughout the universe, and that prominent patterns can also be found repeating on a very small scale.

For example, think of the popular example of the spiral pattern that reappears in a huge number of places in the galaxy. Look for patterns in your own life and in your thinking, and notice how they repeat elsewhere in the world. As you do so, consider the kinds of pattern changes you might be able to make, and how those will create change on a large scale.

Law of Attraction

As you likely already know, the Law of Attraction tells us that like attracts like. So, in order to have the things you desire in life, you have to work out how to vibrate on the same frequency as these things. The more general lesson here is that being positive, proactive and loving attracts more of the same into your life. Meanwhile, pessimism, fear, and lethargy will lead you to generate more negative experiences in all aspects of life.

By working to live more positively even just today, you’re already using the Law of Attraction to create a better existence for yourself.

Law of Inspired Action

Law of Attraction practitioners regularly say that they wish they had known about the Law of Inspired action at an earlier stage! These two laws are tightly bound together, and the Inspired Action law tells us that we must actively pursue our goals.

Many people think that visualizing a goal and developing a positive attitude towards it will be sufficient to exploit the Law of Attraction.

However, you also have to take inspired steps towards that thing that you want. Whether it’s a big or small step, it instantly helps you to attract that relationship, job, or enhanced abundance you seek

Law of Perpetual Transmutation of Energy

The Law of Perpetual Transmutation of Energy states that everything around us is in constant flux. You can’t see all of these changes because many of them exist at the cellular or atomic level, but they carry on regardless.

The reason that it’s so important to be aware of this Law is that it helps you see how you can trigger positive change. Specifically, keep in mind that high vibrations can trigger improvements in low vibrations. For example, if you’re vibrating at a low frequency, exposing yourself to the high frequency of a happy, encouraging friend will naturally trigger energy transmutation in you.

The Law of Cause and Effect

One of the most straightforward laws of the universe, the Law of Cause and Effect tells us that all actions have a corresponding reaction. You will already know this, of course, when it comes to the physical aspects of the world. However, perhaps you haven’t considered how this law might be applied to the spiritual aspects of our universe.

Your spiritual life can impact the world around you, causing positive or negative reactions. Similarly, your physical environment can impact on your spirituality, whether for good or for ill. Ask yourself what types of relationships you see between the spiritual and the physical, and how you might want to change them.

The Law of Compensation

According to the Law of Compensation, you will receive what you put out. This is similar to the Law of Attraction, but with a focus on the idea that compensation can come in many forms.

For example, if you win a large amount of money then you might think you’re getting a reward. However, depending on how you have lived, your vast amount of wealth could lead to a worse life rather than a better one.

Essentially, you reap what you sow. This law reminds you to be careful about how you treat others, and indeed the planet.

The Law of Polarity

When thinking about the Law of Polarity, the most important thing to remember is that absolutely everything has an opposite and that it’s the very existence of these opposites that allow us to understand our life. Consequently, when you go through something difficult, it will be this thing that helps you truly appreciate the good developments to come.

By regularly reminding yourself of this, you can improve your resilience in troubled times. For example, though a bad breakup is painful, it teaches you what doesn’t work for you in a relationship, helping you to eventually find what does.

The Law of Rhythm

Sometimes called the Law of Perpetual Motion, the Law of Rhythm is (unsurprisingly) focused on movement. In particular, it refers to the fact that all things come in cycles.

You can see this in nature, e.g., in the seasons, and in the body’s aging process. However, it equally applies to a person’s life stages, and reflecting on this helps you to gain perspective. Today’s season may be good, but nothing is permanent, so enjoy what you have while it lasts. Alternatively, perhaps you’re in a negative part of the cycle right now, but it may be the very thing that prepares you for a prosperous change in cycles next month.

The Law of Gender

Finally, the Law of Gender has very little to do with biological sex. Rather, it refers to the fact that there are two major types of energy. You can think of them as masculine and feminine, as yin and yang, or as anima and animus. We all contain a certain amount of both energy and must find a way to achieve a balance between both types if we are to live authentically and happily. Think about the role each type of energy appears to play in your life, and whether there is an excess or a deficit of either.

The 12 Laws of Karma

The Great Law

Whatever we put into the universe will come back to us.

The Law of Creation

Life does not happen by itself, we need to make it happen.

The Law of Humility

One must accept something in order to change it

The Law of Growth

When we change ourselves our lives follow suit and change too

The Law of Responsibility

We MUST take responsibility for what is in our lives.

The Law of Connection

The Past, Present and Future are all connected

The Law of Focus

We cannot think of two different things at the same time.

The Law of Giving of Hospitality

Our behavior should match our thoughts and actions

The Law of Here and Now

One cannot be present if they are looking backward

The Law of Change

History repeats itself until we learn from it and change our path

The Law of Patience and Reward

The Most Valuable Rewards Require Persistence

The Law of Significance and Inspiration

Rewards are a Direct result of the energy and effort we put into it.

Instructions On How To Clean Your Karma

  • Love Unconditionally
  • Forgive All, No Matter How Big Or Small
  • Ask For Forgiveness, No Matter How Big or Small
  • Be Humble
  • Be Grateful
  • No Matter What You Do, Do The Right Thing
  • Be Mindful Of Your Intentions
  • Keep Your Heart Pure
  • Don’t Lie, This Means Even To Yourself
  • Don’t Judge Other’s


How To Tie Your Energy Cords


Different Kinds Of Lies

My Mother once told me that people lie so much that we can not identify what constitutes as a lie and what’s not. That’s so very true. So, in order to not lie. You need to be aware of what a lie really is.

What is a lie?

lie is an assertion that is believed to be false, typically used with the purpose of deceiving someone. (Resource: Wikipedia.org/lie)

What is considered lying?

Denotes a lie as an act by which one person misleads another. A person is doing this intentionally, without prior notification of his or her goals and without clearly expressing request not to reveal the truth. (Resource: https://www.legit.ng/1225607-different-types-lies-examples.html )

Types of lies and associated terms

Resource: Wikipedia.org/lie

  1. barefaced, bald-faced or bold-faced lie is an impudent, brazen, shameless, flagrant, or audacious lie that is sometimes but not always undisguised and that it is even then not always obvious to those hearing it.
  2. big lie is one that attempts to trick the victim into believing something major, which will likely be contradicted by some information the victim already possesses, or by their common sense. When the lie is of sufficient magnitude it may succeed, due to the victim’s reluctance to believe that an untruth on such a grand scale would indeed be concocted.
  3. black lie is about simple and callous selfishness. We tell black lies when others gain nothing and the sole purpose is either to get ourselves out of trouble (reducing harm against ourselves) or to gain something we desire (increasing benefits for ourselves). The worst black lies are very harmful for others. Perhaps the very worst gain us a little yet harm others a great deal. 
  4. blue lie is a form of lying that is told purportedly to benefit a collective or “in the name of the collective good”.
    1. The origin of the term “blue lie” is possibly from cases where police officers made false statements to protect the police force or to ensure the success of a legal case against an accused. This differs from the blue wall of silence in that a blue lie is not an omission but a stated falsehood.
  5. To bluff is to pretend to have a capability or intention one does not possess. Bluffing is an act of deception that is rarely seen as immoral when it takes place in the context of a game, such as poker, where this kind of deception is consented to in advance by the players.
    1. For instance, gamblers who deceive other players into thinking they have different cards to those they really hold, or athletes who hint they will move left and then dodges right is not considered to be lying (also known as a feint or juke). In these situations, deception is acceptable and is commonly expected as a tactic.
  6. Bullshit (also B.S.bullcrapbull) does not necessarily have to be a complete fabrication. While a lie is related by a speaker who believes what is said is false, bullshit is offered by a speaker who does not care whether what is said is true because the speaker is more concerned with giving the hearer some impression. Thus bullshit may be either true or false, but demonstrates a lack of concern for the truth that is likely to lead to falsehoods.
  7. A cover-up may be used to deny, defend, or obfuscate a lie, errors, embarrassing actions, or lifestyle, and/or lie(s) made previously. One may deny a lie made on a previous occasion, or alternatively, one may claim that a previous lie was not as egregious as it was.
    1. For example, to claim that a premeditated lie was really “only” an emergency lie, or to claim that a self-serving lie was really “only” a white lie or noble lie. This should not be confused with confirmation bias in which the deceiver is deceiving themselves.
  8. Defamation is the communication of a false statement that harms the reputation of an individual person, business, product, group, government, religion, or nation.
  9. To deflect is to avoid the subject that the lie is about, not giving attention to the lie. When attention is given to the subject the lie is based around, deflectors ignore or refuse to respond.
    1. Skillful deflectors are passive-aggressive, who when confronted with the subject choose to ignore and not respond.
  10. Disinformation is intentionally false or misleading information that is spread in a calculated way to deceive target audiences.
  11. An exaggeration occurs when the most fundamental aspects of a statement are true, but only to a certain degree. It also is seen as “stretching the truth” or making something appear more powerful, meaningful, or real than it is.
    1. Saying that someone devoured most of something when they only ate half would be considered an exaggeration. An exaggeration might be easily found to be a hyperbole where a person’s statement (i.e. in informal speech, such as “He did this one million times already!”) is meant not to be understood literally.
  12. Fake news is supposed to be a type of yellow journalism that consists of deliberate misinformation or hoaxes spread via traditional print and broadcast news media or online social media.
    1.  Sometimes the term is applied as a deceptive device to deflect attention from uncomfortable truths and facts, however.
  13. A fib is a lie that is easy to forgive due to its subject being a trivial matter;
    1. for example, a child may tell a fib by claiming that the family dog broke a household vase, when the child was the one who broke it.
  14. Fraud refers to the act of inducing another person or people to believe a lie in order to secure material or financial gain for the liar. Depending on the context, fraud may subject the liar to civil or criminal penalties.[12]
  15. gray lie is told partly to help others and partly to help ourselves. It may vary in the shade of gray, depending on the balance of help and harm. Gray lies are, almost by definition, hard to clarify. For example you can lie to help a friend out of trouble but then gain the reciprocal benefit of them lying for you while those they have harmed in some way lose out. [7]
  16. half-truth is a deceptive statement that includes some element of truth. The statement might be partly true, the statement may be totally true, but only part of the whole truth, or it may employ some deceptive element, such as improper punctuation or double meaning, especially if the intent is to deceive, evadeblame, or misrepresent the truth.[13]
  17. An honest lie (or confabulation) may be identified by verbal statements or actions that inaccurately describe the history, background, and present situations. There is generally no intent to misinform and the individual is unaware that their information is false. Because of this, it is not technically a lie at all since, by definition, there must be an intent to deceive for the statement to be considered a lie.
  18. Jocose lies are lies meant in jest, intended to be understood as such by all present parties. Teasing and irony are examples. A more elaborate instance is seen in some storytelling traditions, where the storyteller’s insistence that the story is the absolute truth, despite all evidence to the contrary (i.e., tall tale), is considered humorous. There is debate about whether these are “real” lies, and different philosophers hold different views. The Crick Crack Club in London arranges a yearly “Grand Lying Contest” with the winner being awarded the coveted “Hodja Cup” (named for the Mulla Nasreddin“The truth is something I have never spoken.”). The winner in 2010 was Hugh Lupton. In the United States, the Burlington Liars’ Club awards an annual title to the “World Champion Liar.”
  19. Lie-to-children is a phrase that describes a simplified explanation of technical or complex subjects as a teaching method for children and laypeople. While lies-to-children are useful in teaching complex subjects to people who are new to the concepts discussed, they can promote the creation of misconceptions among the people who listen to them. The phrase has been incorporated by academics within the fields of biologyevolutionbioinformatics, and the social sciences. Media use of the term has extended to publications including The Conversation and Forbes.
  20. Lying by omission, also known as a continuing misrepresentation or quote mining, occurs when an important fact is left out in order to foster a misconception. Lying by omission includes the failure to correct pre-existing misconceptions.
    1. For example, when the seller of a car declares it has been serviced regularly, but does not mention that a fault was reported during the last service, the seller lies by omission. It may be compared to dissimulation.
    2. An omission is when a person tells most of the truth, but leaves out a few key facts that therefore, completely obscures the truth.
  21. Lying in trade occurs when the seller of a product or service may advertise untrue facts about the product or service in order to gain sales, especially by competitive advantage.
    • Many countries and states have enacted consumer protection laws intended to combat such fraud.
  22. A memory hole is a mechanism for the alteration or disappearance of inconvenient or embarrassing documents, photographs, transcripts, or other records, such as from a website or other archive, particularly as part of an attempt to give the impression that something never happened.
  23. Minimization is the opposite of exaggeration. It is a type of deception involving denial coupled with rationalization in situations where complete denial is implausible.
  24. Mutual deceit is a situation wherein lying is both accepted and expected or that the parties mutually accept the deceit in question.
    • This can be demonstrated in the case of a poker game wherein the strategies rely on deception and bluffing to win.
  25. A noble lie, which also could be called a strategic untruth, is one that normally would cause discord if uncovered, but offers some benefit to the liar and assists in an orderly society, therefore, potentially being beneficial to others.
    1. It is often told to maintain law, order, and safety.
  26. In psychiatrypathological lying (also called compulsive lying, pseudologia fantastica, and mythomania) is a behavior of habitual or compulsive lying. Pathological lying has been defined as “falsification entirely disproportionate to any discernible end in view, may be extensive and very complicated, and may manifest over a period of years or even a lifetime“.
    • The individual may be aware they are lying, or may believe they are telling the truth, being unaware that they are relating fantasies.
  27. Perjury is the act of lying or making verifiably false statements on a material matter under oath or affirmation in a court of law, or in any of various sworn statements in writing.
    • Perjury is a crime, because the witness has sworn to tell the truth and, for the credibility of the court to remain intact, witness testimony must be relied on as truthful.
  28. polite lie is a lie that a politeness standard requires, and that usually is known to be untrue by both parties.
    • Whether such lies are acceptable is heavily dependent on culture. A common polite lie in international etiquette may be to decline invitations because of “scheduling difficulties”, or due to “diplomatic illness”.
    • Similarly, the butler lie is a small lie that usually is sent electronically and is used to terminate conversations or to save face.
  29. Puffery is an exaggerated claim typically found in advertising and publicity announcements, such as “the highest quality at the lowest price”, or “always votes in the best interest of all the people”.
    • Such statements are unlikely to be true – but cannot be proven false and so, do not violate trade laws, especially as the consumer is expected to be able to determine that it is not the absolute truth.
  30. A red lie is about spite and revenge. It is driven by the motive to harm others even at the expense of harming oneself.
  31. The phrase “speaking with a forked tongue” means to deliberately say one thing and mean another or, to be hypocritical, or act in a duplicitous manner.
  32. Weasel word is an informal term for words and phrases aimed at creating an impression that a specific or meaningful statement has been made, when in fact only a vague or ambiguous claim has been communicated, enabling the specific meaning to be denied if the statement is challenged.
    1. A more formal term is equivocation.
  33. A white lie is a harmless or trivial lie, especially one told in order to be polite or to avoid hurting someone’s feelings or stopping them from being upset by the truth.
    •  A white lie also is considered a lie to be used for greater good (pro-social behavior).
    • It sometimes is used to shield someone from a hurtful or emotionally-damaging truth, especially when not knowing the truth is deemed by the liar as completely harmless.

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