Monthly Archives: March 2011

Spiritualism and Your Future Psychic Powers–Evil? Good? Real?

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We have but to open a Bible–to the Old or New Testament–to repeatedly find the teachings that though everyone’s physical body withers and dies, every individual’s spirit lives on. This beautiful truth is a cornerstone of Spiritualism–itself, a vital cornerstone of the future evolution of Christianity and all other world religions.

Innumerable demonstrations over the last centuries by sincere, capable, spiritual mediums, or “seers” or “prophets” as described in ancient times, have proven that spirits out of the body (spirits just like you and me, in the future) desire to, and under suitable conditions can, communicate with those of us still in the body.

Studies suggest that up to 37% of all people world-wide believe they’ve had a significant unexplainable intuition, or a paranormal experience where they consciously heard, saw, met, sensed–or even touched–a deceased loved friend, family member, pet–or a being they saw as an angel, spiritual teacher, or Godly Presence–who helped them, guided them, chastised them, comforted them–even saved their lives.

Such remarkable experiences do cut across a broad cross-section of all cultures and religions. They also include Christian Spiritualist church services and message circles where such gifts of the Spirit are welcomed, and capacity to receive them honed.

. . . Skeptics and fundamentalists might ask what possibly could be the “agenda” of supposedly normal people having paranormal experiences? Could they all be deranged or confused by stress? Trying to tear down their religions? Trying to “contact evil spirits”? Trying to shelter themselves in fantasy worlds?

Or one might ask are they having NATURAL experiences–natural for the human race as it evolves & spiritually awakens from its sleep?

What percentage of the normal average human population’s souls does it take, for these experiences to be commonly accepted as real? As vital? And most importantly, as part of everyone’s spiritual awakening and essence–necessary for every religion to be able to initiate and GUIDE its adherents into?

. . . Of course, just as you hopefully wouldn’t heed the opinions or claims of every stranger that might try to bend your ear in the middle of Times Square, you also wouldn’t listen to every spirit being, or sensation, that might approach your clairvoyant “listening senses” or bring you a paranormal experience.

You would only want contact from spirits dwelling on an honorable, honest, awakened level of existence. You would reserve the right to judge whether what they say or do is relevant to you, intelligent, non-manipulative, and done in kindness. You’d want all negative contacts to “bounce off you”, or to just sail past as if you’re living on different dimensions.

You would want to surround yourself with complete loving protection, just as many surround themselves with the “sword, shield and armor” of the great Archangel Michael, renowned in Christianity, Judaism and Islam as the protector of those faithful enough to ask his help.

Wisely, you’d also ask–meaning, you’d declare as your energetic reality–that you receive contact only from spirits from the Highest Realms who accept The Light of Christ. No matter what your or that departed or enlightened soul’s religion, acceptance of reality of the Christ Light (in its Infinite Goodness and Purity) is understood in the Spirit World as a test question that must be answered honestly and clearly.

Only then would you want to proceed. Even then, you’d want to feel free to accept only those results that ring true in your heart, and make sense to your head.

Of course much heightened wisdom is rejected by our skulls though our hearts pound with its power. And many illusions and fancies grab at our hearts even as our brains say no. Growing in discernment can happen only through guided experience.

Despite all our trial-and-error learning, we as a race are entering the dawn of those future days spoken of in The Book of Isaiah, when visions, prophecies and wisdom dreams will come to the old and the young.

But many fear this dawn and these exciting concepts.

Why?

Because most of the sacred words of the religions were written down and recited by those inspired of God many centuries ago. Since those days and those prophets are long gone, what happens to those religions as their children grow into more direct access to the founts of wisdom?

Will the religions be twisted beyond recognition of their precious founding truths? Will they be ignored and cast aside? Or will they evolve into ever-greater daily blessings for their members, to provide deeper, more fulfilling passageways through life’s problems and possibilities?

Will God’s Change Energies and the New Christ Energies revolutionize everything for the better?

Peace and Happiness to you,
Rev. Scott Ufford
Copyright 2011

Sufferin’ Succotash, or Questions The Buddha Asked

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Do we suffer because we do wrong?
–To suffer is wrong.

Do we suffer in order to learn we do wrong?
–To suffer is right.

We suffer as we right what is wrong.

We suffer as we wrong what is right.

If we avoid suffering, do we learn to avoid evil?
Then suffering is wrong, and to be avoided.

If we avoid suffering, do we never learn, and keep meeting evil?
–Then suffering is right, and to be embraced.

To not complete a poem about suffering, is that a relief?
Then a poem without end is a relief.

To complete a poem about suffering, is that a relief?
–Then a brief poem is a relief.

Did you know, as you started to read this poem
You started to write your own?

It’s true.

Did you know, as you live and love every day
You write your own soul’s verses?

So I ask you:

How will you finish this poem?
Will you live your own questions?
Will you give your own answers?

Don’t ever fear the end of your questions.
–Or doubt the worth of your sufferings.

Don’t ever doubt the worth of your questions.
–Or fear the end of your sufferings.

This is meant to happen:

Each new stage of gladness
Releases you into new questions.

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Rev. Scott Ufford,
Christian Spiritualist minister
Copyright 2011

Japanese Quake Survivor Shares Crisis-Healing Meditation

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Surprise Guest Columnist:

I live in Japan, near Tokyo, due south of the nuclear disaster area . . . I was inspired to write this meditation a few days after the quake struck. Other like-minded souls have been doing this exercise daily, with me. If you feel you want to, please try this.

Please share. Peace and love to all. Thank you!

“Switch your consciousness ON.
Believe in the power of MIND.

Now
Believe this.

You are a being of energy.
A being of light. You are an energy transformer.

As a being of light and an energy transformer
(When you have an idea –-> you create something = energy transformer ;-) )

You can open your self at will
And make manifest with your mind.

Many people are suffering and you may be picking up on that energy.
Are you feeling yourself drawn to the suffering, or to the calm?
You are attempting to rebalance energies within your sensitive light body.

You can transform the negative energy
into positive love energy
which will help you
and everyone else in ways that you cannot imagine.

Try this.

Stand outside if possible. In daylight.
Breath in the dark, negative fears.

In your mind, see them circulate your heart and all around your body,
All transforming into positive love energy.
All transforming into pure, clear sunlight.
Clear transformation.

Breath this love energy out while holding a strong, clear image in your mind, mentally visualising something positive.

For example, crisis-healing images:

* A map of Japan being immersed in bright, golden love energy

* The reactor cooling, the problem subsiding, the weather assisting to take any dangerous toxins out over the sea for safer processing

* Shifting tectonic plates calming, slowing, settling, ceasing to move

* Injuries healing, pains easing, acceptance gently starting; fears, confusion, shock, anger subsiding, ebbing, dissolving

* Family and friends reconnecting

* Energy, water, medical supplies and food arriving in abundance

And anything else you feel will help.

Please try to do this as many times a day as you can. As often as feels good.
Feel the exercise heal you, as you release the bad energy through your base chakra back into the earth.

Feel the sun on the crown of your head as much as you can in a day.
Relax, breath, stretch, calm, calm, calm = Your daily voice/breath/movement mantra.
While doing this, practise being the embodiment of calm.

And never, EVER doubt the power of your MIND.

Together we are one.
No matter where you are in the world.
Our power is one.”

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Peace and love from one to all.
Thank you again.
Jaq Kurio
Tateyama-Shi City,
Chiba Prefecture, Japan

Copyright 2011

2011′s SuperMoon Danger — What’s In Your Future?

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Welcome to springtime! If you’re reading this, odds are you’ve survived 2011′s SuperMoon disaster scenarios…

New Spring Resolutions:
With the dawning of this Season of Rebirth, we hope for no more killer earthquakes, typhoons, tsunamis & melt-downs in the Pacific Ring of Fire, no more Mt. St. Helen’s-like volcanoes blasting Hawaii or Yellowstone, no more dervish-like forest fires charring California to its very shores, no more 16-foot snowdrifts encrusting Ireland, no more Chernobyls x-raying Russia…

We hope & pray that the seeds we humans collectively plant with our consciousness this Supermoon springtime, grow better results than the man-made disaster that evolved right before the last SuperMoon of March 6, 1993:

On February 26, 1993, the first World Trade Center bombing from explosives packed into a van parked below the North Tower killed 6 and injured over 1,000 innocent people. Days later, now-convicted co-conspirator Mohammad A. Salameh was taken into custody.

This cowardly act of terrorism seemed almost destined to not fail, or was it perhaps forced into reality by the corruptive current of some of America’s own long-term actions?

Consider that the van driver, Salameh, failed his driving test four times! In the two months before their insane deed, he had two serious driving accidents–including one a month before that put him in the hospital in New Jersey! Yet with all their clown-like incompetence, their vicious scheme succeeded.

How was this possible? As a psychically aware Spiritualist minister, I know all things are known by God. Clearly we all reap what we sow sooner or later, in some form, both the bad and the good. Whoever finds this fact controversial is too busy trying to defend his own behavior rather than observe, admit and change it.

As we know, 1993′s bombing was just the warm-up for the horrific 2001 WTC slaughter, as well as USA’s response with its seemingly endless oil wars, and the so-called Patriot Act grab of American’s natural human rights.

Looking in retrospect, how much of this 1993 atrocity was spawned by USA’s unfortunate meddling in the Middle East since before the despotic Shah of Iran was installed on the Peacock Throne? At what fearful cost–both in dollars and in human lives–have we Americans really propped up the oil, gas & nuclear industries–including with our massive insane military ventures & tinpot ruler-making in the Middle East?

Was the 2001 WTC bombing destined to happen at the time of the Supermoon in 1993?

Were the invasions of Iraq & Afghanistan destined to happen as result of the terrorists’ crimes against humanity at the WTC in 2001?

What might be “destined” to happen as a result–as a harvest–of the seeds we’re planting at our current level of consciousness? What direction are we as a nation and as a supposed world leader, headed?

Are we willing to honestly see, debate, and if necessary correct, the possible threads of our actions and results from times of the last Supermoon in 1993, through now–until the next one Supermoon rises on November 14, 2016?

What deeds–what seeds and their harvests–will we look back on that autumn evening? Will we feel regret? Gladness? Confident understanding of a better path?

May this 2011 Spring Supermoon bring revolutionary goodness for the whole world, and for you.


Rev. Scott Ufford
Copyright 2011