The 11:11 phenomenon has puzzled people since it first started appearing. this year Universal Laws are being highlighted in 2011, to assist in the major shift we are all making in consciousness and in how we perceive reality. 2011 is a big year for this and other reasons. May is the next month in a year-long series of dates that reveal more about the Universal Laws and their correspondence to the Spiritual Laws that govern us all. Here is the link to the first post of 2011 about this topic, and to one of my other blogs (yes, I have several. . . ) where I first wrote about the 11:11 Laws.
The Universal Law of 6:11 is the Universal Law of Life ~ the Spiritual Law that corresponds to it is The Spiritual Law of Choice. It may not be what you think, despite all the hoopla about Pro Life and Pro Choice, etc. This goes deeper than that.
There are Laws which are higher than those made from human minds. It is the Universal Law that Life BE ~ and the Spiritual Law to choose over one’s Life energy fields. We who dwell upon Planet Earth (as in other realms) have the Law of Choice that governs who we are and what we do. Our choices determine what happens — not some predetermined “Fate”.
The Universal Law of Life assures us that once given the gift, we have the spiritual responsibility for it by making wise use of our power of choice. One of the interesting features of being alive seems to be that time enters into play here — to help us realize how our previous choices created the reality in which we now live. That is true on both an individual basis as well as the collective basis.
This particular set of Laws seems to produce a great deal of confusion on this planet. Perhaps we would be wise to ponder their meaning frequently. What does it mean to accept the gift of Life? What does it mean to have Choice?
One thing it means is that, as you observe how your life is unfolding, you can see how your choices have led you to events and circumstances where you are now. That, of course, is not always good news — for we are a restless lot, we humans — who tend to always seek “better” — to improve in some way upon what we have. That — in itself — is not particularly a bad thing, for it is how societies progress. But it does place the burden of responsibility upon us to appreciate our roles — individually and collectively — in how we got here.
You can either be grateful for all you are and have (glass half full) — or carp and complain about it (glass half empty.) The fact of the matter is that the choice is yours — for what you do about it, and how you view your circumstances. Entirely yours.
It seems to me that appreciation goes a long way — with this set of Laws in particular. And in life itself as well.If you are working on personal growth in these areas, you might like to explore that in the company of other like-minded people. The Consciousness Cafe has just been launched — and you might feel right at home over there. I’d like to invite you to join us.
Your thoughts about this? Let’s discuss it.