If God Gave Us Free Will – Why Are There Ten Commandments?

If God Gave Us Free Will – Why Are There Ten Commandments?

 

 

I’m not particularly religious but I am very spiritual.

The Creator has given us Free Will. That’s why the 10 Commandments seem so out of touch.

The Creator also allows us the choice to co-create our lives with It… or not.

 

So, in light of that, I’ve found some critical information from GetWisdom.com.

Get Wisdom was created by three mature men; each with their own contributing speciality.

It’s lead by a channeler and former pharmacologist named Karl Mollison. The 3 of them together have created the LHP which stands for The Lightworker Healing Protocol.

 

The channeled information from Mollison suggests that the 10 Commandments wasn’t so much a decree by the Divine Power, but by man.

Instead the Creator wants us to consider The Ten Divine Principles For Living if we so choose. After all, it’s the Creator of all that is who gave it to us.

 

It’s important to note, that I have been an LHP practitioner since 2019.

It’s one of the most amazingly effective healing meditations I have come across.

I say that as someone who has spent over 20 years working with a psychic Spiritualist Healer and as a massage therapist and energy worker myself.

So, this is no small statement. I believe you may get a lot out of this new definition of The Ten Commandments.

Below is the alternative explanation regarding The Ten Divine Principles For Living that Karl Mollison channeled with The Divine Creator as his consultant.

 

It’s definitely worth looking over….

 

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The Ten Divine Principles For Living are below…

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Ten Divine Principles for Living and Creating Free Will are…

As Channeled by Medium and Healer Karl Mollison from Getwisdom.com

  1. Uplift the self with no harm to others

  2. Uplift others with no harm to the self

  3. Honor the responsibility to family and to friends for the exchange of love, and fulfill all commitments

  4. Be honest in all transactions as a way of honoring the soul of the other party and one’s own soul and its integrity

  5. Share what you gain from your efforts with others in need, in a balanced way, to not harm the self or loved ones, who rightfully have priority

  6. Share love in everything you do, and be open for opportunities to give your love to others in as many ways as you can. Do so through acts of kindness, giving thanks, being respectful, offering encouragement, and showing appreciation and gratitude for what you received from others, as well

  7. Safeguard your soul to nurture its learning and growth. Do not guard your soul at the expense of others, but to meet your responsibilities as your soul’s guardian. Take care of its safety and protection from harm

  8. Aid all others with their learning and growth. Help them to understand their need for expansion and that it’s a birthright and an important part of life. Understand this does not represent the actions of an enemy, but fellow humans in need, and not meant to take away from you getting your share. In a world of love there is room for all. This is both a challenge and an opportunity

  9. Healing and repair is the highest of priorities for the self, as no one else can see to this. It must come from within each person as a desire and a commitment to make the investment, to guarantee a happy future

  10. Honor the need of others to have healing and to see their plight, in part, as your responsibility and obligation as a fellow human. So, you are sympathetic, and supportive and understand the importance for them to have a pathway to healing in order to make up for losses and wounds to their soul. As all will be harmed when one suffers. We are in this together and share the responsibility for one another. No one is safe until all are safe. This is the true and quite profound meaning of the unity of the human family. You can make this a practice because it is not only an idea, but a reality.

The above ten Diving Principles for Living are rooted in the inherent right we have to utilize our free will. Many blame God when things go wrong, but it’s not as simple as that.

Without Free Will there would be no reason for human existence. It’s the way we can grow.

We must decide to do so.

Thank you for reading. If you found this helpful or intriguing I’d love to hear your thoughts.

Send me a message at the email below. Renee

 


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