*OLD THREAD*: Submitting Questions for "In the Now - Q&A with Carla L. Rueckert"
04-04-2012, 06:04 AM,
RE: Submitting Questions for "In the Now - Q&A with Carla L. Rueckert"
Dear Carla,

I hope you have found some relief from your pain and suffering recently. You are in our thoughts.

Considering the natural design of the evolution of consciousness, what are your thoughts regarding the individual human's ability to fully comprehend the teachings revealed in the Law of One?

In other words, given that there are humans at many varying stages of consciousness and evolution, is anyone who simply reads the Ra Material able to become suddenly fully evolved?

Or do you see some distinguishing factors that would require a more evolved consciousness, having had more actual life experience, to be able to fully comprehend the truths revealed in such complex and dynamic teachings?

There seem to be many students of the ancient teachings, that can repeat what they read, but are not really mature enough in evolved consciousness to understand what the information actually means to their existence.

For instance there are many monks, having been born into Buddhist traditions, that are fully capable of reciting their scriptures to the letter, and who meditate deeply and live a very dedicated lifestyle, and yet due to the particular degree of the level of evolved consciousness, they are not as adept at understanding their faith as more evolved consciousnesses may be.

Is there something to be said for social establishment that acknowledges this and devises stages of learning and development? And is there any danger to being given too much knowledge before one is evolved enough to grasp it?
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RE: Submitting Questions for "In the Now - Q&A with Carla L. Rueckert" - Shin'Ar - 04-04-2012, 06:04 AM
time prompts - Awesome1 - 04-27-2011, 01:05 PM
[split] Carla's Participation and Service - Cyan - 05-19-2012, 11:46 AM

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