The Misperception of a Spiritual Contract

This writing does not comply with common spiritual belief yet that in itself does not mean it lacks merit.  In this post-shift era it’s time to begin dispelling old myths about spirituality.

It seems seldom that spiritual theories are investigated to see if they hold up under greater scrutiny before becoming accepted as true.  More often it seems “if it sounds good it must be true.”  The pitfall with this is our linear consciousness has a propensity to make up stories patterned after the way 3D seems to work as when understanding multidimensional attributes it has nothing else to go by.  This single characteristic of human consciousness is at the foundation of a great many spiritual misunderstandings but for now we focus on Spiritual Contracts.

The concept of having Free Will in our actions on Earth is among those on a list of what we correctly understand.  We have Free Will to decide everything except for one item, we don’t have Free Will to skip any or all spiritual tests forever.  We can delay them but the day or incarnation will come when we’re called to complete them in order to grow.

Having stated our Free Will we now contrast that with a Contract which demands we do something specific.  These two concepts are mutually exclusive.  We cannot have Free Will to do anything we want yet have no choice about doing something in particular.  We enter into every incarnation with intended objectives to accomplish although we allow for our own Free Will and that of others around us which will change the potentials of completing those objectives.

Seemingly this was not examined at the onset of the contract theory nor is it examined much by those hearing about it later which is another human trait.  When we’re told things by those we trust or believe know more than we do, we tend to accept that information without further question installing that into our Belief System.

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