Saturday, 6 July 2013

Twenty Universal Laws (6) The Universal Law of Bodhisattva

The Universal Law of Bodhisattva

Bodhisattva is a Sanskrit term commonly accepted by most Metaphysical adepts today. It means one who has transcended the need of Earthly incarnations but who has chosen to return to the earth to support others in achieving enlightenment. A Bodhisattva knows he will never really be free until all souls are free. Most serious students of metaphysics have entered the Bodhisattva Development Stage of their evolution.

Hello Blogger,

Bodhisattva it is then.  Transcending the need of Earthly incarnations.  Now there is something to mull over.  Purposely choosing to get back here on planet Earth to help other people on their journey. 

I am envisioning the analogy of taking a day trip on a pleasure boat, only to find the plain sailing turns into a raging torrent of water across a river that leads to a waterfall, with everyone struggling to get across safely. If you survived being tipped out of the upturned boat (ie being born) and make it across the rapids (adulthood) to clamber up the rocks on the other side (old age), would you really turn around and help the others still struggling?  If you were a bodhisattva you would. 

Helping other people seems to be the easiest way to attain soul evolution then.  It is that simple. By helping other people, you help yourself in the process.

Lots of love and light to everyone who needs it.

Tamasin x

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