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This is a series of lessons that is intended to cover many of the aspects of Ascension.  These lessons will be taught by female Ascended Masters of various Orders.  Although all of these Masters are balanced in the male and female aspects of their personalities, these individuals have chosen to manifest female bodies during this time in the continuum of All That Is. Please join us for our weekly lessons.

The following lesson was given on February 21, 2007 by Sehaji Master Lady Lemlet:


I am Lemlet and today I would like to speak to you about the illusion of good guys vs. bad guys.

In the higher realms we all take on work or service that helps each of us define "Who I am." Because the lower worlds are all made up of the elements of duality and, at the moment, are very out of balance, it seems at times that God has forgotten you and all you face are challenges of a negative kind.

This is all illusion, created by you for you so that you will discover or rediscover who you really are...the Grand Creator of whatever you wish to experience.

Now, I'm sure there are several of you reading this who would counter with, "Why would I do that? I am not a masochist. I know the pain and suffering such a decision would cause." And I would answer, "Because you are a God wrapped in beggar's clothes.

A role that you chose to experience because you were and continue to be, curious about everything. You want to know how bad it can get and how much you can stand before you say "Enough!" Everyone knows that when you reach the "Enough!" stage that everything changes. Why?

Because you chose for it to change and nothing will change until or unless you choose it to change.

As for the pain and suffering an experience will cause, that is up to you...how you look at the experience and your attitude about the whole thing. If you think you will experience pain and suffering, you surely will. However, if you decide to remain detached with a good and cheerful attitude and observe the experience to see if there will be a positive outcome, there most certainly will be one.

You or someone will learn what works or doesn't work in every situation. Of course, every, EVERY situation is different and has the potential for many different outcomes because each and everyone of you are different and have different thoughts, words and actions even though a situation may appear exactly the same.

The same goes for the standard opinion about good guys and bad guys. Some one might say that all clerics or religious leaders are good guys because they teach love and forgiveness, yet many of you will remember the Inquisition and the painful way that you were killed by the hand of the church and its leaders and not believe that "illusion". Yet, we all know there are true and loving individuals found as leaders in every religion.

One might also consider that for every fallen soldier, one has to be good or better than his enemy or more favored by God. Yet a check of their hearts and soul records and you would find that both warriors are probably loving and honorable individuals. They just happened to find themselves, or chose to be, on opposite sides of the battle lines.

This happened in the united States during the civil war between the North and the South...brother against brother, father against son. It has happened in one way or another in every war. So, who is right and who is wrong?

Someone must be more right, right? Not necessarily.

One might make decisions that are life affirming and another might make decisions that are a depleting to life. That would make the life affirming choices ones that would further soul more quickly on Its journey. It doesn't mean that the detrimental or depleting decisions are not as good. Perhaps that soul has wanted for lifetimes to experience the repercussions of just a decision like that and now he has the chance. That experience WILL lead to that soul's wisdom...sooner or later...it does not really matter. Everyone gets back Home eventually.

Then there is the choice to play certain roles. Everyone would be a "good guy" if no one wanted to play those juicy "villain" roles. How boring would that be and how much learning would a soul gain? Every good writer knows she must have a protagonist and antagonist working against each other for either or both characters to grow.

So, I am saying, there will come a time in the not too distant future when you will be face to face with a "bad guy" or villain and how you handle the situation will make a difference in your perception of yourself.

Will you be loving, fearful, unafraid but just? Will you ask your higher self or the Inner Master, "Which decision in this situation is for the good of the whole?" then follow that advice?

And, have you ever noticed how thoughtful, loving and considerate a politician can be when he wants your vote or money? Many a person has been sucked in by the charms of a rogue. I would suggest you getting off of your tail bone and taking the time and interest and look into the true character and voting records of those to whom you consider giving your vote.

My suggestion, ask your higher self who the best person is who will act for the good of the whole and vote for that person even though you may not have planned to. Just make sure you are in a loving and detached place when you ask or all you will end up doing is voting or doing what the little you wants to do.

No judgment here, just an encouragement to make informed choices that are for the good of the whole.

With those thoughts I will leave you. I am Lemlet and I wish you a most wonderful day.

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