Sanat: You Cannot Live in Just One Area November 12, 2017 By Steve Beckow

Sanat: You Cannot Live in Just One Area

November 12, 2017 By Steve Beckow

I’ve really come to love Sanat Kumara in the course of working on this book on the Universal Laws. (I’m getting my Law Degree.)

It’s because of passages like this short conference call from way back in 2004, where he really gets across his qualities of … well, humanness … open-heartedness, and humor.

“Balance of Give and Receive,” May 12, 2004, at http://counciloflove.com/2004/05/balance-of-give-and-receive/.

I am Sanat Kumara, old friend, Keeper of the Law on Earth and beyond. The law of the universe is balanced, and you cannot enter into partnership with your intergalactic friend or each other without this [balance].

Many of you have skirted the law during this life. You are prepared to give and give and give but turn away from receiving.

Now I ask you, what shall I do? Shall I arrest you? I think not.

I am here to remind you of the two sides of your being and how you cannot live in [just] one area. You cannot live in spirit and be in a physical body. You must do both.

You cannot live in only a part of yourself. You cannot love another without cherishing yourself.

What you create within will be what is. That is why you have worked with Gabrielle in this past year to relinquish your lack of worthiness that you may know that you are prepared to go forward.

My request of you lawbreakers is simple. I wish for you to eliminate this phrase, “but” from your very soul, your essence.

It was not our invention. It was yours. Relinquish it. I will remind you daily with my golden flame to let go of this limitation.

This sense of limitation is causing upheaval throughout the universe. Please do it not only for yourselves but for many.

Allow this creation to take place. There are no exceptions, such as the dispensation you believe you have [been] given. Now in the spirit of partnership, I ask you to receive.

Sanat’s tongue-in-cheek reading of the Law to us actually had a deep impact on me and I’ll describe that in Part 2, tomorrow.

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