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Good and Evil


Apr 2002

In the book Seth Speaks, Seth says this about evil: “ Let me take this moment to state again that there are no devils or demons, except as you create them out of your belief.

   Good and Evil effects are basically illusions. In your terms all acts, regardless of their seeming nature, are a part of a greater good”.

   In his book, The Christ Mind, Robert Clark says this about good and evil: Watch how you think! Do not believe in Good and Evil…for…”if you eat of the fruit of the Tree of knowledge of Good and Evil ye shall surely die.” To believe that there is Good and Evil is to deny the Allness of God! To deny the Allness of God is to deny the Allness of perfection, not only the Allness of Him who is perfect, but the Allness of perfection! To believe in Good and Evil sets up a sense of duality in our consciousness; a sense that there is God (Good) as well as the existence of some other source…some other power…a power of evil. It is a denial of the Omnipresence of God.

   In his book, The Edgar Cayce Primer, Herbert Puryear says this about good and evil:  While recognizing the reality of evil and the fact that there are individuals with evil intents and purposes, we should not elevate these facts to a primary premise, thereby hypothesizing a dualistic philosophy of good and evil. There is only One Force. God is the Father of all, and all of us here are among those gone astray.

   In her book, Letter to Earth, Elia Wise says this about good and evil: Consider a universe reality that is non-judgemental, its powers and potentials not intrinsically limited or enhanced by ideas of good and bad. How do you feel about a Universe whose potentials are not protected from use by any prerequisite standard of personal ethics or spiritual awareness? This picture of power of the Universe is like electricity---it is equally available to those who wish to create with it and to those who wish to kill with it. “Universal integrity is fundamentally inherent to all life, making it unnecessary to protect life from itself in any of its infinite manifestations”.

   There is no such thing as bad energy. All ideas of good and bad, or good and evil, are local to the dualistic environments within which they are conceived.

   In his book Conversations with God, Book 1, Neale Donald Walsh says this about evil: God knew that for love to exist---and to know itself as pure love---its exact opposite had to exist as well. So God voluntarily created the great polarity---the absolute opposite of love---everything that love is not---what is now called fear. In the moment fear existed, love could exist as a thing that could be experienced. It is this creation of duality between love and its opposite, which humans refer to in their various mythologies as the birth of evil, the fall of Adam, the rebellion of Satan, and so forth.

   Both good and evil are concepts, thoughts or ideas we have regarding certain activities in physical reality. We create that which we think about. If we say a certain thing is good, then it is good. If we call a certain thing evil, that is what are reality will be. God, the creator is the all there is; there is nothing else, God is omnipresence, then God is both good and evil. It depends on how we think of it

  During Vatican Two, Pope John  Paulװ  said that there was no Hell, that it was  conceptual!

Job 1:6, “The sons of God came to present themselves before the Lord and Satan came also among them.

   The evil that we have to deal with is within ourselves. The evil we experience in our lives is a manifestation of a thought we have about thing or something that is happening. It is created in our minds. It is as real as the strength of the thought we have about it.

Roy is a resident of British Columbia, Canada. An international published author, a student of NLP, spiritual philosopher, New Age Light Worker, Teacher and Phenomenologist. Roy's books and articles are thought provoking, and designed to empower your imagination.Review Roy's new book at: