Today’s issue is addressed in the book “Descending into War, Descending into Contempt”. Here is God’s wisdom about capital punishment:
Capital punishment is a payment that should never be extracted. No matter what another person did, capital punishment is not for people to use. Death that is deliberately meted out is improper for people to do. It creates imbalance in the people who cause it to happen—in the judges, in the juries, in the officials overseeing the event, and in the general populace.
Capital punishment has emotional side effects for the people who administer it, not for the people who receive it. Yes, those who die because of capital punishment have fears and other emotions. The side effects they don’t feel are indifference, hardening, and stonyheartedness. Yes, they may have been indifferent, hardened or stonyhearted, which allowed them to commit offenses deemed worthy of death, but their mental state before execution contracts.
The feelings of the people who participate in government-sanctioned executions, from the people who administer the deaths to the people who voted for its use, are indifferent to the enormity of purposefully administered death, are hardened to changes that have happened to them because of their indifference, and have become stonyhearted—desensitized, remorseless, and indurate [physically and morally hardened]. The full extent of capital punishment effects are not understood, but they are wide and rippling.
Judging others is appropriate. Confining some who cannot control their misanthropic behavior is prudent. Insisting upon restitution is instructional. Bringing society towards helping the offenders before they hurt others is wise. Allowing capital punishment is misguided.
The actions we take are influenced by our thoughts and by our bodies. Yes, our bodies take part in the things we decide to do. Our organs and some of our bodily systems influence our actions.
Here are actions that the heart influences. Some may surprise you!
- Deeply felt love
- Deeply felt loneliness
The heart provides input to the thought=making processes AND continues its work pumping blood.
Note: This information has been spiritually received.
This question is broad and has different meanings depending on age, environment, and genetic influences. Fit at six is different from fit at sixty! Weather and proximity to nature affect fitness. Genetic predisposition to illnesses and unwellness influence fitness possibility. Birth defects affect fitness as well.
Nonetheless, this is a question I can pose to God. Is there way to be fit? Here is God’s answer:
“All animals have been designed to be functionally fit when they are well fed, well rested, and well toned. They require a home territory that is secure (to provide a place for proper rest and procreation) and challenging (to provide a place for using the instincts, intellect, and physical capabilities). Without supportive nourishment and home territory, animals will not be fit according to their design.
Humans who are nourished adequately, feel secure in their sleeping environment, have physical and mental stimulation and challenges, build comforting relationships, and listen to instinctive and internal messages, will be fit.
The ways to fitness are through satisfaction of all of those requirements. Each requirement is necessary for fitness actualization. Connection to the environment through focus on growing vegetation and concern for the other animals can overcome deficits of fitness and can contribute to life quality.
Fitness is a worthwhile pursuit for humans. It is a natural pursuit.”
When we are fit, we are living the design!
The issue of refugees is on people’s minds. Here’s what God has to say about refugees:
Moving from one place to another is a difficult transition. Moving by choice is filled with emotions of apprehension, sorrow, and hope. Moving under duress is sometimes frightening and often debilitating.
When the duress is expected, moving can be like moving by choice: filled with emotions of apprehension, sorrow, and hope. When the duress is sudden—caused by natural changes (like floods and earthquakes) or caused by other people—the force of the event forever affects the people who must move on, and these people require sympathy from others to adjust to their new reality.
A refugee is a person who has lost connection with family or societal identity. Even a person who chooses to move to a new area or country can be filled with anxiety and fear, like the anxiety and fear felt by a person who moves under duress. What matters is how they are received in their new places of residence.
Refugees deserve to be welcomed to their new places of residence, even if the places are temporary. People are people no matter their characteristics, and both sides—the refugees and the settled people—deserve kindness. Refugees must release deeply held attitudes and customs. Settled people must willingly offer assistance and guidance with the ways of their society, without being superior or condescending. The process of accepting one another is steeped in willingness to learn and accept.
Refugees are natural results of the changing world. Their lives are equal. No one is better than them.
Last week I was walking in an area where a lot of parents were pushing their children in carriages (prams) and strollers (pushchairs). I noticed that most of the carriages face the parent and most of the strollers face away from the parent (known as forward-facing so that the child and parent are both facing forward).
I was curious about the impact of stroller direction on children and asked God. Here is the information that God gave me:
Children are most content when they see their parent or beloved caregiver. Strangers’ faces and quickly changing scenery overwhelm them, which can affect their sense of security and their stamina. Until the age of two, all children are more secure with themselves when they can see the person pushing the stroller. From the age of two, sensitive children are more secure facing the person pushing the stroller. Forward-facing strollers can be used when children are less sensitive and are open to change.
When choosing a stroller, please consider the spiritual wisdom we have received. It is in the interest of children’s health and balance.
Energy Guidance Complete (EGC) is communication with God.
Since the summer of 2012 when I became directly connected to God (see the post “My path to Energy Guidance Complete starts”), I referred to my source of wisdom as Spiritual Presence, and later as Spirit. In private EGC sessions when asked more details about my source, I sometimes meekly pointed upward or whispered discreetly, “God”.
Acknowledging the truth about my connection has been daunting. But now, almost six years later, I am more comfortable with the truth and my family and close friends have been adjusting to my changed life.
So now I’ve said it—my connection is with God!! From this point forward, no more skirting the truth. I am a conduit to spiritual wisdom from God!
It’s time for interactive sessions with God. We’d like to open the wisdom to the issues that concern you. Until now, we’ve focused mainly on health and balance and activities that create ill-health and imbalance.
If there are issues you would like addressed, write a reply to this post or a private message through my Contact page. I can’t predict the future, but I can provide spiritual guidance about many, many things.
The next post, which will be the first in the “Sessions with God” series, will explain the best type of stroller (pushchair) to use for an infant and toddler. I received this information a couple weeks ago when I was watching parents pushing their children in strollers. I was curious about the strollers, so I asked God about them. The information I received makes sense and it’s time to share it.
See you next blog post!