Baker Street with Thom Pollard

Episode 17 - Why You Should Never Say You’re Sorry, "isms' Require Judgment

August 06, 2019 Season 1 Episode 17
Baker Street with Thom Pollard
Episode 17 - Why You Should Never Say You’re Sorry, "isms' Require Judgment
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Baker Street with Thom Pollard
Episode 17 - Why You Should Never Say You’re Sorry, "isms' Require Judgment
Aug 06, 2019 Season 1 Episode 17
Thom Pollard
Religions succeed by keeping their followers in fear and why we should never say I'm sorry, because forgiveness doesn't exist in the light.
Show Notes

Religions, by nature, divide and conquer. They succeed by keeping their followers in fear: fear of going to hell, fear of sin and so on. The truth is that a spiritually aware person doesn't need an 'ism'. These people come from a place of love and are not ruled by fear. Fear has power because people don't realize that the thoughts that we empower create our reality.   When people make it their intent to be a true light force they can give rise to a spiritual awakening, their kundalini. 

This brings us to the important point of why one should never say I'm sorry, or why one should ever require forgiveness from another. Forgiveness does not exist in the light, and forgiveness requires judgment, which requires us to deny the truth of who we are. 

Music for this episode is performed by The New Monitors, and can be found on the free music archive. The New Monitors can be found at www.thenewmonitors.bandcamp.com

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