I’m really not one to preach, and that’s not the intention of this article. I’ve written this to maybe assist others who are experiencing similar, or to give food for thought to others who aren’t! The reason I felt inspired to write all this down and publish it is because of the stigma attached to God, particularly in the spiritual arena. I was inspired by JP Sears, the awakened comedian who recently put out a video explaining a similar shifting of beliefs for himself. It resonated so much and finally gave me the courage to accept the paradigm shift I was experiencing. And I realise that the main trigger of this paradigm shift was learning the Biological Laws.
I’m sure everyone who has taken the time to explore the Biological Laws agrees that as the information filters into our consciousness, it has a profound effect on us. It is not something you just learn and walk away from, unless there is resistance, maybe through a degree of cognitive dissonance and not wanting to let go of beliefs.
As many will already be aware, I first discovered the Biological Laws as GNM through a lecture by Caroline Markolin in 2018, a link to which I was sent anonymously by a subscriber to my newsletters. Even after 5 years of studying, I still often need to come back to the basics to reaffirm the Laws in my consciousness – after all, we all have so many years of conditioning to release! Each time I revisit the information, I still either learn something new, or view a certain aspect from a slightly different perception so it becomes more solidified in my consciousness. It really is such a deep and fascinating discovery!
One unexpected ‘side effect’ of learning the Biological Laws is a change in my spiritual views, or more precisely, a change in my relationship with God…..
A Spiritual War
And I truly believe that this has come at the right time. We are in a war of good and evil on all levels at present, ultimately a spiritual war, and I have seen many ‘spiritual’ people recently discover their faith in God – it’s almost like a real life judgement day where we are being forced to pick a side 🤔
As with the majority of others who have walked a similar path to me, I avoided God at all costs, first being atheist, then accepting universal consciousness and psychic phenomena, into Eastern practices such as Yoga, then Buddhism, Law of Attraction universal love, all the while giving grandiose explanations of what I deep-down knew was God, but my resistance to this acceptance prevented me from saying, or even thinking, it was God!
During the challenges and goings-on of the past 3 years, when this spiritual war has all really been coming to a head (maybe even an epi-crisis 🤔), I have realised that I have been unintentionally becoming more and more in line with having a quiet acceptance of God, and until very recently I had created resistance by putting myself in the closet of fear of what others may think. It is very liberating to finally come out of this closet!
My love and deep appreciation of Nature has grown immensely, and I have been fascinated by the feelings of home I receive when I’m paddling in the sea, walking in the woods and surrounded by Nature’s wonders. I notice the subtle difference in how I feel when I see a natural colour, eat a natural food, think a natural thought (rather than a conditioned one), hear a tune that is in 432hz rather than 440hz. I appreciate and deeply resonate with sacred geometry, and wonder at the fact that these patterns are found throughout Nature and the universe. I am fascinated with ‘As Above, So Below’ which confirms to me that we are all one – a phrase that is bandied around so frivolously but rarely is truly realised, as our senses then tell us that we are separate. I am truly amazed at the reflections of ourselves in all of Nature and all of our lives, and have realised that all we class as bad or evil is simply discordant with the natural flow and vibration of the universe.
And there I go again fluffing around the word, using a description rather than the all-encompassing name, that is God!
What I now realise is that the difference of natural and unnatural that I feel, is basically sensing that harmonious vibration or discord when the object is being observed. In other words, I sense or feel God in nature, and all things natural. They are in harmony with God’s energy, what we call love. That feeling is not there when there is discord, when there is no connection to God, when it is man made or created in a factory.
What, or Who, is God?
I’ve called God many things over the years from universal energy, love, Source, the highest vibration of all, higher intelligence, higher consciousness, ultimate consciousness and more. It is something that we cannot explain, we cannot understand with our dualistic minds and existence. What I realised very recently that brought me so much liberty was that we need to let go of this need to label, this need to understand and this need to resist the truth! And THAT is where faith comes in. Faith is the bridge that fills the gap that letting go of these needs creates. I realised that my logical mind had to surrender these needs to truly release the resistance to accepting so much more of the gifts that God has to offer. And the minute I did, I no longer felt alone – I felt supported and felt that everything was going to be fine. I trust God has a plan, just as I trust my divinely created body to heal and not malfunction – and I trust because I know the laws!
What the Biological Laws have made me realise, once and for all, is that we truly are divine in nature. For how can we not be of divine origin and creation when all of life in its origin and development has the same blueprint – a little bit like God’s metaphoric fingerprint? How can the evolution of life itself be perfectly replicated in embryonic development if there is no divinity? How can the same pattern be repeated so perfectly in the micro and macrocosm if it is not all from the same source? How can everything be worked out so perfectly and purposeful without some sort of divine intervention? So many questions such as this, to me, can only be answered that there is a powerful energy of highest vibration that resonates throughout the unviverse, is omnipresent, and is the vital life force in every living thing. In other words, there is a God!
So am I Christian?
In addition, I was linking God directly to modern-day Christianity, which was creating even more resistence because I deeply resonate with a more ‘earthy’ spiritual approach that precedes Christianity, such as that of the native Indigenous People of the ancient land of Khumri. Over the years, I have been learning and seeing evidence to suggest the role that South Wales played in the birth of Christianity, that Jesus actually migrated to Wales and that Wales is linked to ancient Egypt (the heiroglyphs can be easily translated by using traditional Welsh – see Cymroglyphics.com). This has also lead me to take Christianity more seriously, and also to actually identify myself as Indigenous, as I truly feel that we need to strip back all the layers of false history, biology, geopgraphy, physics, music, etc etc that we have been conditioned into, and get back to our true roots. A Great Rewind & Awakening (rather than Reset!). I want to get back to this natural existence, where we are truly connected to the energies of our ancestors through our connection to the earth itself, with the wisdom of our ancestors, and live at one with both the earth and God. Now this previously seemed to me to be Paganism, but I realised recently that Paganism is a plagiarism of this deep earthy indigenous spirituality, some of which may even be purposefully discordant with God.
My own research and experiences have lead me to believe the closest ‘religion’ to the earthy connection to God through nature that I feel is Shamanism, and I have received many truths from Shamanic journeys that are actually coming to light today and appear very much in alignment with traditional Christianity. I have also heard others’ descriptions of being on a Shamanic journey through disease, which followed with precision the compass of the Biological Laws!
It is through this development in my changing beliefs that I founded a Micronation of Indigenous People, which stands under Natural Law, and includes the Biological Laws in its Constitution. This was to provide protection of the People’s rights to exist in Natural Law, to reject anything that is not in alignment and to eventually establish our own jurisdiction so we can leave this tyrannical society. We are creating the life we want to live (more info here: www.Glamorgannwg.org)
While I still don’t feel that the modern version of Christianity is the right path for me, I now most certainly have a deep appreciation and acceptance of its roots. I think of traditional Christianity as a ‘safe’ religion, choosing the path through Jesus feels safe, though it tends to skirt over the deep connections to earth and universal law, and modern-day religion depicts the man-in-the-white-beard image that turned me away as a child. However, going back to the roots, and letting go of the stigma, the teachings of Jesus are pure and in alignment with Natural Law.
The way I see it is Jesus is a teacher of Natural Law and the path to God. He was an enlightened being who attempted to guide humanity back to God, traveling far and wide including to South Wales. I do not think we need to pray to Jesus, he is the teacher and messenger, and I can see how many say he is a saviour. But I choose to connect to God and divine wisdom through nature.
I find so much of the Christian terminology can turn people away, as it did me for so many years. But I will demonstrate a few common phrases and how they actually mean the same thing as some more-accepted common ‘spiritual’ phrases, however resistence is created when we throw the baby out with the bathwater and dismiss the information due to the terminology:
I will pray for you = I will send you healing
I pray to God for something = I put a request to the Universe and let it go so it can become manifest
Trusting the universe = faith in God
I am sure you can think of many more, but you see the pattern here. The tiny adjustment being the faith that there IS something there to support you, it is not just going into an empty void!
I used to think that the Christian idea of praying to God was disempowering as it handed over our power to an external force, and we had everything we need within us. Well, could it be that our connection is what we have within us and there is no external and internal as that is a dualistic thought? Could it be that by praying we are embracing that divine connection – and therefore isn’t that empowering and not disempowering?
And here’s another thing I have noticed. When I ask out for something, such as for help, I have found an immense amount of comfort and support, whereas before when I would ‘put a request to the universe, and try to let it go so it would manifest’, I actually felt alone, and a little under pressure that if it did not happen I was to blame or had done something wrong. Suddenly, with this tiny adjustment in my intention and belief, I have found a huge difference in how I feel, almost like I have been wrapped in cotton wool. Maybe when we ask out, it appears to our subconscious that we simply cannot be alone, and that there is help out there, or else common sense would say we are just talking to ourselves!
In a nutshell, to me praying is basically a targeted meditation, as it is embracing our connection to God, and when we remove the labels of what or who God is, and bridge that gap with faith, we can ask and let go of things so much more easily, as we remove that resistence to just placing stuff in an empty space of nothingness.
That helps me, anyway – and maybe it’ll help you too!
Please also see my article Have Your Thoughts and Emotions been Hijacked?