Avoiding Karma – 65

Avoid being “in beholding” to another in any way shape or form. Whether it be financial, favour  assistance or direction, one is held in a level of “beholding”, to that person who offered the “help” if that help was offered outside of “service”. Being in beholding to those who give the help, results in the “helper” having control over the receiver of the help, with the holder effectively being able to hold the beheld to ransom until a “certain” and usually “unknown” level of help in return in favour is returned or repaid. The hardest help to repay that is given outside of service is “ favour” or “assistance” leading to or providing significant benefit to the receiver. This can result in the receiver being “beheld” for the rest of incarnate existence, with reminders of the level of help given being announced on a regular basis, keeping the received under control and in misery.

In this instance the only way help should be given or received is when the helper is providing the help under the pretext of being in service to the receiver, ensuring that they are not beholding to the helper and are free to exist without the need to give in return.


8 Responses

  1. Eva says:

    Only when help is merged with unconditional love, without expectations of return, and only when somebody is asking you for help, it is acceptable, I think.

  2. Hi Eva,

    Thank you, all your comments above are prerequisites for being in service and giving whilst in service.

    Thank you for helping others in their understanding.


  3. patricia mccormick says:

    I just received my new books. The Convoluted Four by Dolores Cannon and your two books The History of God and Beyond the Source. I listened to your interview on The Metaphysical Hour with Dolores and Julia Cannon and it was wonderful. I have read 14 of Dolores Cannon’s 17 books and feel your work is the next step in my path to understanding of the universe and why we are here. Thank you for your amazing work.

  4. adalgisa35 says:

    I have been in Metaphysics for about 30 years, and I have been giving council with unconditional love whenever I’m asked,
    Last year I finished reading The History Of God. There must have been a reason I was attracted to this book, because it answered a lot of my questions. It is now my favorite! I’ve also just finished reading Beyond The Source.
    I’ve read several of Dolores Cannon books as well, including the 4 Convolute Universe books. I had the pleasure to meet her in person when I went to see her for a session.

    I’m so grateful for you, Guy Needler, and the work that you do.. Thank you!

  5. Marnie says:

    Dear Guy, Thank you for your work! It makes us all think – a good thing! This segment you have opened describes giving without an “egoic” need either driving it, or arising from the generous act of giving. I think it is the fight for existence of the ego itself that causes the latter.

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