Janice M Pickett

Rookie (Middlesex England)

So many Times


This is so basic and yet missed
so many times

The earth is a huge ball of energy
The atmosphere the same

Without energy and motion causing friction
how could anything stay up
It would all fall
This earth would fall there would be no Life

Think then on Man
He is held on the earth through
energy and continual movement

What does this tell you?
It tells me that we are energy
and that life and existence in energy

It also tells me that spirit is energy
Spirit is Man before earth and after earth
The almighty power of the universe
often referred to as GOD
holding it all together

Religion is a man made power source
designed to control the minds of man
as it does very effectively
creating wars and causing rifts

When man understands he is spirit
and has the power within
through the energy without
he is capable of living
in harmony with himself and others

Emotional crutches fall away
the need for psychological explanation
vanishes
Psychic abilities which are real energy
start to appear
man becomes aware in a stronger way

Nothing unnatural or confusing
nothing Magic or demonic
just the opening of the mind
through the understanding of the spirit

You see the bigger picture
feel a greater power
and live a more contented life

Submitted: Friday, March 27, 2009

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