Benevolent consciousness exists but when pain, suffering and injustice are seen how can doubters accept that pain is a facet of benevolent consciousness?

26th February 2015

R:- Hi Gunter whilst I have my own understandings on pain and it’s a difficult subject is this something we can collate together?

G:- Well trust you to choose something very difficult. It means different things to different people. It’s hard to differentiate from physical, mental and emotional. Of course it’s easy to say that physical has nothing to do with the other two and consequently harder to accept that physical pain can be a consequence of the other two even if it is true.

No one person is going to say the same. You were speaking to Petrious some years back and he explained, “Pain is resistance to change” you were able to accept that because of all of what took place prior to that.

But as there are many types or definitions of love so there are with pain. Mostly its judgment of it – why me? – why did I deserve this? It’s not fair but only a very a few will take responsibility for their actions and say how did I create this or why did I bring it into being?

There is reason for all pain – no pain is a punishment but because of the complexity and the multitude of views about it, any generalisation, which may be true, will not suffice every separate experience of it. In a way either through experiencing many different pains and their reasons can one begin to see some sort of rationale for it.

No sweeping statement will encompass it. It would need a book of many explanations. For pain and love are inextricably bound up in the human experience. One way to deal with those challenges is “to be open to change” seeing there is no blame but a return of projected energies from the self.

This is hard to see in major disasters or world events but it is the same just on a different level. Projected angers and hatred exist on a collective conscious level. This level is dealt with in such a way as a composite event that affects individuals so they have to deal with it.

For example some will say what has an airplane disaster got to do with the collective consciousness of cause and effect? Well it takes a leap in perspective. A big hurdle is the belief that god or some external force has influence on our lives and decides who is to suffer and who isn’t. That’s a good reason for atheism and to doubt there is a benevolent consciousness beyond the physical brain.

So in order to understand pain we have to understand the nature and the laws of the spiritual plane. When we see these more clearly we see our pain from a different perspective. We will see all as learning and as our choice.

Indeed many will say why should someone choose an experience of pain? Most tend to see that they don’t make these choices even though they do. So this creates a massive divide in understanding. Despite any insistence as to pain choice being a reality the explanation of it will be inhibited because it feels so different to what current belief is. Movement will not happen till ones true nature, multidimensional self and the choices you make in your sleep are seen as your choices and not as something external.

Let me say again there is no prerequisite to suffer nor is there “chance happening”. Not until the spiritual self is well known will pain be understood. Then it will fade away because you no longer choose to experience it.