Cyrus Wallace said:Sorry by double posting...
First than all, hi to all.
Laura said:Session Date: May 30th 2009
Q: (L) In other words, there's no hope for our planet or our species if normal human beings do not come together and get over these varied pathological belief systems and religions and "your truth" and "my truth" and all that sort of thing?
A: Yes. All of that was created and spread by pathological types under the influence of their hyperdimensional masters for the purpose of turning this planet into a "hell on earth" with them as the masters. They have succeeded beyond their wildest dreams. What is needed is for many people to begin to make direct connections with their higher centers. This has been done via the "work" up to now, but there are other methods to accelerate the process and obtain the needed assistance.
Q: (L) For example?
A: Stay tuned. Next time. Goodbye.
END OF SESSION
Eeerrr... correct me if Im wrong, but...
Freedom / control - STS is concerned with control over all aspects of self and others. STS also believes that by imposing its laws it is helping the universe to return to the One, thus it thinks its action is a service to others. STO sees creation as inherently limitless and is not concerned with determining what is 'good' for another.
Those concepts about both STO and STS are pretty confusing...
I presume that you are pointing out the apparent contradiction between the comment by the Cs that "What is needed is for many people to begin to make direct connections with their higher centers"
the idea that STO is not "concerned with determining what is 'good' for another"
If the C's are STO, then how can they make a statement about what "everyone needs" to do??
Well, the crucial distinction is in the asking. Laura asked specifically for information/help. The C's responded. Determining the needs of another implies the idea that it is done unilaterally, without any specific request on the part of the person being helped. That would not be in keeping with the idea of STO principles.