Djwhal Khul Spirituality Article
Channeled by Rev. Terri Newlon
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"Good Merits"

July 14, 2011

(Channeling begins)

Djwhal Khul here. Tashi delek.

Alright. Today I want to talk about two things: one is Good Merits, which is a reference term that we use in Buddhism and truly in the Great White Brotherhood of Light for a long time. A biblical reference would be “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you” and perhaps even more specifically that “What you give is what you get, what you receive,” “What goes around comes around.”

We’re upon a Buddhist Dharma Day that is July 15 this year. The Full Moon energy is going to be very, very strong. At certain times we say the good merits come back 10,000 fold, or 1,000 fold, etc. This is a 10,000 fold merit time.

Likewise, ill deeds come back. “What goes around comes around.” So the focal point is on good merit. What can you do to create more, what can you do to go ahead to receive the benefit of the good ones that you have created in the past, being willing to accept good fortune and good will and good deeds. To be a receiver as well as a giver. Very, very important.

The other topic I will put in there: world finances, because they are very precarious right now. And what various governments around the world agree to or don’t agree to is going to make a big effect. We are still not quite out of what I call that great depression configuration. We’re in a money backlash of it, if you will, and so things are very tender, very precarious.

Do pay attention to where you have resources and investments and how best to protect your own individual interest. And then I would say we need to look at, particularly in the USA, the attitude of no compromise. That means that you really don’t have a democracy.

The people, generally speaking ‘We The People’ is what that particular constitution is based upon and then the right to a democracy. So then if one party refuses to compromise we have the other party controlling, which is not equal distribution.

So on the Good Merit, the Buddha Dharma Day, and on the good karma created, I am urging globally really, people to look at compromise, give and take negotiations and other ways of reaching decisions in a good way, as good a way as possible.

Alright dear Ones. As always, thank you and my love to you,

Djwhal Khul

Channeled by Rev. Terri Newlon

(Spirituality Article, Transcribed by Micheline Ralet)

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