Thursday, October 29, 2009

Abe on Alzheimer's.

Abraham-Hicks San Antonio, TX 11-17-07A

So much has been thought about getting it right. That you've been sent here to prove worthiness. And we feel sorry for anyone who has been given a set of rules that they have been told to keep because first of all you're insecure about whether you've got the right set of rules or not, and there isn't one of you who believes you KEPT it right.

And so if that's the mindset that you have, you're not ready to have your death experience. And that's another thing that holds people in that awkward, uncomfortable place for so long. There isn't something in this physical lifetime that's still calling them, but they don't believe that they have fulfilled the requirements so they are AFRAID to go there for fear they will not be prepared. And so under those conditions, these loving, benevolent universal forces of Source Energy just create the path of least resistance.

We would like you to put that label on Alzheimer's: Rather than calling it a dreaded disease, call it the gift of Source of the path of least resistance to those who are no longer focused and wanting to live, who can make an easy and comfortable transition into the wholeness of who they ARE. That's a much better and much more accurate label for it, you see.

[audience applause]

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  1. That is what I don't understand. If that illness is the path of least resistance, then why is there cultures with less or no cases. Please help me understand.

  2. Going from the Abe POV, I would say that as the path of least resistance varies from person to person, it also varies on a more macro level from culture to culture.

    I have an bit somewhere in which they draw an analogy between scar tissue and limiting belief systems of small towns that might elucidate even though it doesn't apply to your question precisely - if I find it, I'll post it.

  3. Thanks so much for helping me understand. I would love to see the bit on scar tissue and limiting belidf systems of small towns. I do remember something on other countries and how we think they are so sad because they do not have a central water supply. But contray to our beliefs they are not seeking tap water. It is not even a thought. They would be happy if the river was closer. That may be the point about the illness. I mean staying beyond the time that thier work is finished is not a thought for them....they just wish the river was closer. Am I getting this?

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  5. Okay, I began putting it up the excerpt with the analogy here: .

  6. Found something else for anyone interested in Alzheimer's: