Posted Jan 30, ’16 – Explain: We’ll be “given back” our right of choice.

 

Question:  I am a bit confused by “given back our right of choice.”  We have the right of choice now. We even have the right to make bad choices. So, what is the right of choice that will be “absolutely, unconditionally” given back to us?

 

Lama Sing – Dec 4, ’14: “There are Prime Energies drawn from Consciousness and being directed into finiteness as a benevolent intent. These will manifest in the Earth in the form of … energies of perception. The intent of these is to bring about an awakening: that entities who are in deep routine, not knowing of their right of Free Will or who have relegated same, would come into consciousness of these potentials.” –Lama Sing  Exploring Free Consciousness

Lama Sing – Jan 6, ’16: “There is, beyond the Earth and definition in the form of finiteness, a far greater Freedom. And we’ll speak on this much more in times ahead … A Far Greater Freedom

Susan: Lama Sing has begun to speak in recent years of a depth of Freedom nearly inconceivable to us. Even when clearly defined to groups following this work, it remains illusive. It is a topic that has long been dear to my heart since they began describing this ultimate potential available to us all, yet unremembered and thus its illusiveness. There are levels to “Ultimate Freedom” that Lama Sing will begin introducing.

For now, consider this:
One has the right to choose to eat a candy bar or, for better health, an apple. What of one for whom fresh wholesome food is unavailable? Would you say their choice is limited or free?

Consider the choice to exercise or to sit for hours on end day after day and that of a former athlete paralyzed from an injury? Would you say they both have utterly free choice to get up and exercise?

What of one considering suicide because of unbearable (to their level of acceptance) trauma? Now consider a person, obviously to the medical personnel attending him, nearing his point of transition, yet he does not want to die? Does he have the same free will choice as does the one considering suicide?

In all three examples, Lama Sing would tell us the Freedom to choose is ours. Period. This “Ultimate Freedom” is what lies ahead for us as yet another choice in these next several years, remembering that Lama Sing said “This is not a mandate” in the opportunities that lie ahead, including the choice to choose Ultimate Freedom. This is what Lama Sing was referring to when stating, “We’ll speak on this much more in times ahead.” And this is what Al was referring to when he said, “We will be given back, absolutely unconditionally, our right of choice as God’s eternal unlimited Children.”

Al: We think we are making choices, but they are conditioned – by life, by “needs,” by emotion, etc. Absolute Free Will choice has no conditions, no limitations, whatsoever. Such Choice is made from the sheer inner unlimited uniqueness and joy of a FREE Child of God. And such  Choice, made from a Free Child of God, binds no one, no thing, nothing. Choices made from that level of Freedom have no conditions.