1 Everything is a thought.
2 Remember that a thought is a desire. But when the desire is used for self-gratification by means of how something should be, and through that thought and desire, you interfere with the desire of another being and therefore alter the desire of that another being because you may have a stronger will than that person has, you alter the individuality of that other person; because you are thought, because you are individuality, and just as you are thought and individuality, so do others.
3 We are all separated by individuality, but also being all as One. If you alter that individuality and therefore you sin, which is the same as erring; upon altering the reality of others, whom could neither be able, necessarily prepared, or eager for that change, and your strength and influence was greater than that of the other person, it results in an intervention.
4 Intervention modifies outcomes, and upon your erring, you must make amends, and by making amends is when one stands in one’s way for wrongly understanding, or not understanding, or making oneself understand one’s own error— that is when the imbalance takes place.
5 That imbalance seeks to rebalance itself and return to harmony. You see? And within that imbalance is when changes take place, which you are unprepared for. You call it ‘bad’ because it is not in accordance with what you understand it should be. And for not understanding, it creates pain and suffering; therefore, it is ‘bad’—a name and definition that has been given to what we do not understand. Do you see how everything falls into the same essence?
6 There are many things we do not understand, but the fact that you do not understand something does not mean that it does not exist, does not prevail, or is not, because being is the result of the original thought…of God.
7 Therefore, intervention means to let things unfold, seek for the best through compassion, and you, through understanding what is good and seeking in good faith and the flow towards what is good, you modify your ideas and thoughts and seek to modify the outcome towards what is good.
8 But if while in that desire to justify what is good, you do harm, consciously or unconsciously; there will always be an adjustment, a rebalancing, just like a pendulum: A balance will always be sought.
9 You will always see in life everything you do, everything you seek, everything you have, everything that exists, everything you can see, and even not seen, but know this— everything aims for a balance. Everything will find a balance.
10 That is why creation is understood through mathematics. Because everything is about balance, and the mathematical number is the interpretation that is being given to something material that seeks a balance to a greater or lesser degree. A degree of balance is like intensity. Intensity can have a numerical value. A numerical value is a magnitude. Balance is the combination and the accumulation of things. You see? But in essence, it is energy.
11 The number is the degree of energy, movement, thought, and the effect of each thought. You see? And we go back to the fact that everything is a thought. And that God, the divinity, is the desire of that thought to seek what is good to retake the balance of what has been unbalanced in one’s desire to seek balance. You see?
12 And that desire is a thought—and that thought leads to the same: That everything is thought and desire is a thought. Seeking towards what’s good is a thought. You see? Whether the thought is of happiness or sadness, it is still a thought. And which feels better: Sadness and pain, or peace and love?
13 FV—Peace and love.
14 CFKW—If peace and love sounds good and go in accordance and resonate with you, it is that movement you have to look for—towards that direction. And if you look in that direction, you will find it because you look for the manifestation through a good thought.
15 And by knowing that you are surrounded by negative thoughts from those who believe that such negative thought is a good thing, and to the extent that you allow that to be part of you, is the extent it will affect you.
16 It exists; it does exist. You cannot erase it from existence—it exists, but it is not part of you because you do not give it permission or support. You see? As simple as that.
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