We, the Order of Dari, see that the desire for fame, fortune or wealth to be a big enough stumbling block on the spiritual path that is has become important to bring such issues to light so that initiates can begin to transcend such issues in their own thoughtforms. Outside of judgment, there is no right or wrong. There is nothing wrong with a lifetime of great fame or fortune. However, such preoccupations do not support the choice to ascend nor the spiritual path. On the spiritual path, all such extremes in the personality must be surrendered to the greater goal of what one’s soul desires to accomplish. So, it is the purpose of this particular chapter to explore the thoughtforms behind fame, fortune and greed.
There is a remembrance in the human form of a time less difficult, a time when all needs were met, and there were unlimited objects for one’s pleasure. Such a time was spoken of on a planet in your solar system known as Maldek. We spoke at length about the destruction of Maldek in Chapter 1. Such memories of times of ease underlie the desire for wealth or fame in the human experience, for it is only as a certain level of wealth is experienced that the struggle ceases in the current human experience.
Karma in the Dance of Polarity
However, it has become the predisposition of the current human form to rely on financial success to one degree or another for their internal sense of ‘security’. Each form is different, and for some forms, the level of wealth required to allow one their sense of security is so great that greed and hoarding occur to excess. Within polarity, this causes the opposite of poverty and hunger to also occur elsewhere in third-dimensional form, for all poles of any one given polarity always must be represented in order for balance to be retained in the human experience.
In the dance of karma, one lifetime of fame or fortune creates great debt to all from whom such fortune was accrued. One lifetime of great fortune can require up to one thousand lifetimes of poverty to pay back all of the debt accrued. Karma is none other than an agreement to fulfill a prior debt accrued at another time. Such debts can be financial but also include a variety of other agreements that do not surround money per se.
Some examples of non-financial karmic debts include agreements to give birth or give a new body to another soul; agreements to marry another soul; agreements to be business partners of one kind or another; or agreements to provide for another in some manner such as nursing someone in ill health or in raising a child. Such debts are accrued because the other soul provided such a service to one’s soul at another time in another incarnation. To balance a debt, the like favor must be returned in full in a future incarnation. Such debts bring about the reincarnation cycles that are so prevalent on the Earth plane. Read more