20060225 prcjlo plane of morality

25/02/2006 prcjlo plane of morality


Prcjlo 20060225 Plane of morality? Through Janet

The recorder did not work due to flat batteries during the initial channelling, so within 10 minutes of the end, J repeated the content from memory into the now working recorder.

This is a re-rendition of spiritual advice about utilising a tool to allow oneself clarity as to the direction one chooses to take, when confronted with a situation of choice or temptation.

They spoke of the model which Peter has been developing, which consists of a sphere of intersecting planes. These planes represent the variables which create any particular situation an individual may find himself in. Because of the complexity of visualising such a system in perpetual motion, it is suggested that it is possible to pause the model and thus establish two intersecting axes. The upper right-hand quadrant represents the most positive situations, and in the upper right-hand corner stands the individual to whom we would aspire to be closest to. This individual emulates all the good qualities that a person could in any particular situation. While we may never reach the full potential of this individual, we may aspire to any particular point on that plane that we feel we could achieve.

The lower left-hand quadrant represents the region of darkness where the negative aspects of any situation or behaviour are manifest. When confronted with any particular challenge or temptation, one would place oneself in a position in the upper left-hand quadrant, if in a situation of temptation where no negative deed has yet been performed, yet negative thoughts have become manifest. From here one can see the direction in which one could move when freewill is exercised, so this particular tool acts as a road map. By actually positioning yourself on this plane, you can perceive with clarity where you are at, and where you want to go.

What I can see now is that the lower right-hand quadrant is where you would position yourself if you had already taken negative action, but had positive desires to reverse the situation.

P So the axes then become an intention vs action pair, with constructive/destructive values superimposed on it?

J Yes, that’s true.

P So it’s clearer than before.

J OK, that’s good.

P And the example was the ...

J The example was, if you were in a situation where you were tempted to pilfer or embezzle funds from a company for whom you worked. If you had not performed the deed, that is why you would position yourself in the upper left-hand quadrant. If you chose to resist the temptation you would therefore be positioning yourself in the right-hand quadrant in the light, but perhaps at a distance from the ultimate being. Whereas you could choose to carry out the deed and descend into the darkness. Or you could choose to stay where you are.

P I was going to say that I had been mentally addressing the question before you started talking during our meditation, something about how you can map actions and consequences in a more explicit way than the very fuzzy way that I certainly often do, and this seems to be a response to that inner question. That’s really good!


Is this what you meant?

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