God on Suicide

I had been feeling the urge for a couple of weeks to write an article on suicide. When I sat down to compose, this message from God on suicide came through:

Dear Ones:

It is never my intention to cause pain. The pain and suffering endured by man is brought up by many things within the human experience.

I give life and I give an opportunity for those who wish to come here to experience that which is for their highest good for the growth and development of their soul – nothing more. There are lessons to be learned and those lessons are presented in numerous ways if someone is resistant to learning that which they came here to learn.

The sooner they learn the lesson, the sooner they can leave. Or, the sooner they can enjoy the remainder of their days here on earth. It is their choice. There is a contract of sorts determined before entering the earth plane which is agreed upon by all parties, the individual soul, their guardians and I. We all have a say as to the outcome of possibilities of the life before one comes here. Those that choose certain lessons are not doing it much differently than a student does in exploring their college curriculum. They are weighing the pros and cons of fully understanding and embracing a new teaching. There are reasons they wish to understand certain areas of life.

Some take on vocations to build knowledge over lifetimes to prepare for an ultimate responsibility. Others take on lessons due to a karmic debt created in a previous life. Some want a fuller understanding of a dynamic experienced only on earth. There are a variety of reasons a particular life is chosen. What isn’t always determined is how the life will unfold. The life is presented with a variety of possibilities and along the way each person has free will. They have the free will to learn the lesson or to rebuke it. In each and every case, they always have me to consult with as to best action. They are never alone and never without access to my guidance.

I exist within all. I am the essence of all and there is no part of me that can be destroyed. Altered maybe but not destroyed. I exist within every molecule of existence. There is no separating from me other than in the act of looking elsewhere or looking outside of oneself. It is more conscious awareness than a physical act as you cannot truly separate from me in the physical.

The more, however, someone looks outside of themselves, looks away from me and feels that separation from me, the more they can feel desperate. They end up requiring some form of fulfillment to replenish that which they lost in the separation.

When connected to me, you lack for nothing. It is when you separate from me, that things become muddied and you feel lack.

Those of you who mourn the loss of Robin Williams this week are actually mourning a part of the self that has become lost. You are resonating with the desperation and lack within someone’s soul that you are experiencing within your own.

Robin’s demons, as some of you refer to them, are reflections of countless others who are lost to me in those moments of insanity when separate from me. Why insane, you ask? If you were given the choice between two rooms, which would you choose?

Room One – a room filled with love and abundance and access to all knowing
Room Two – a room alone where you need figure it all out on your own

Because of numerous misconceptions, many have opted for room number two and are going it alone. In their aloneness and separation from me, they find themselves in a place where they need figure it out for themselves. They sometimes also turn to someone else who has also chosen that second room to enlist help. No one has more answers than I do and yet most seek the feedback of others rather than me for their solutions.  What is usually the case is the person they reach out to has also chosen room number two who has also been alone trying to figure things out for themselves. It is the blind leading the blind so to speak.

No matter what problem, and no matter how large or small, I am here waiting for you in room number one. I will always be standing here waiting for your arrival. When you try to do things alone, they can sometimes seem insurmountable. If the feeling becomes so great that you feel you can’t handle it on your own and there’s no possible solution, many think ending it all will, at least, stop the pain going it alone can sometimes exacerbate.

The process of ending one’s life however, just seizes the lesson for the moment. It is like taking a time out from the situation rather than ending the situation.

The more insurmountable the pain, the more someone is in need of my assistance. That is often the least time they are able to connect to me to receive it. Not because I am not there willing but because they don’t know how to connect. Praying is not always connecting. It is not that the prayer doesn’t come to me. I hear them all. The difference is they are speaking from their head and not their heart. I don’t come in and reach people through their intellect. I reach them through their hearts.