"Why shouldn't I commit suicide?"

“Why shouldn’t I commit suicide?”

Hi Anthony,

If you never met a soul who regretted their choice for self deliverance, then why would they say lessons are learned easier here? Isn’t this three dimensional plane the worst for experiencing physical and emotional pain? The mental and emotional trauma can be excruciatingly paralyzing.

Also quoting you ” For these precious souls however, they just don’t seem to be able to do that. I don’t think it’s because of a weakness in their character. In fact, it may be the opposite … they may just be too good for this world. Whatever the reason, they aren’t able to develop the protective barrier around themselves that they need to withstand the trials and tribulations we must all face during our life here. When this happens they choose to learn the lessons they need in a world of peace.”

This is definitely me!!! You wouldn’t believe the protection I have tried to embrace myself in. Being a mental and emotional nerve ending doesn’t make for a great successful journey through this life. Debilitating is debilitating. Would the world of peace you are talking about be “the other side.” Then so be it, no? Blog away :0) !

Mike

 

Hi Mike,
First of all, as I’ve said all along, while I’ve never heard a soul say that they regret what they did, at the same time they don’t minimize it either. The point that they’re trying to make is that they aren’t punished for what they did by God, contrary to what is taught by so many religions and denominations.

Secondly, I’ve never heard a soul recommend it either. The reason is because
Personally speaking, I know that it’s easy to forget when you’re up to your ass in alligators that the reason you’re in the swamp to begin with, is to drain it. What I’m trying to say is that you’re here, on this earth, for a reason. The idea that you’re feeling like a mental and emotional nerve ending says that you’re way off course.

You weren’t born to suffer, but to recreate heaven here on earth, both for others, and yourself. God’s intention for you is not that you suffer but that you feel fully alive, celebrating the gifts in and around you.

The turmoil you’re experiencing is a wakeup call. Every challenge in your life, no matter how great or small is meant for you to look deep inside and bring out the best in you. This is why the souls never say that the souls have ever said that “self-deliverance” is the way to go either. The souls say that after they do their life review, they see that they did have options available to them that they didn’t see at the time, but would have seen had they hung in there a little longer.

They say that we’re never given a challenge that is beyond our ability to meet and master. They also say that because we’re greater than whatever situation we might find ourselves facing.

So how do you get back on track? According to the souls, you simply go in the direction your heart tells you. The souls say it’s simple; they didn’t say it was easy!

Each of us has a path that matches our spirit. When you follow your heart, you’ll find yourself feeling alive and fulfilled, and you’ll find the courage to follow the road in front of you just a little farther. If your heart is empty, dissatisfied, or unfulfilled, look deeper. You’ll find that the faith and hope you thought was gone never left you. It’s hidden underneath the walls of your fears, insecurities, and loss of purpose.

I can tell you as a “spiritual coach” that while belief in a higher power is necessary, belief in yourself one of the most important lessons you’re to learn while you’re here. What the souls and I are suggesting is possible. Never give up on finding and following your truth. Do not compromise on what you know to be real. You are here to be happy. When you accept that, your life will be different. Then when you come to the end of your journey here, and finish your life review on the Other Side, God will say to you, “Well done.”

I wish you peace.

Anthony