On January 7th, 2005 Equinox was asked,
about responsibilities to other people even when you know what you
should do personally?
EQ: We don’t know what thee mean by this exactly.
Other people depend on you if, for instance you’re a parent or a
What if you educated yourself and you find you’re needed somewhere
else or in other areas?
EQ: And are thee saying that thee would have difficulty meeting
responsibilities over here by finding additional responsibilities?
No, the responsibilities you have are not needed anymore, but you
still feel obligated.
EQ: We are unsure what thee mean “still”.
Staying in a situation because it’s comfortable and because you’ve
committed to it instead of moving forward.
EQ: Then this is not taking responsibility. This is
abdicating responsibility to fear.
Explain abdicating, please.
EQ: This is choosing to live in fear instead of directing thyself
forward. When one chooses to stay in a situation that is not
filled, but comfortable, then thee are choosing to not take
responsibility. Is this not so?
Then the person dies, basically, until they move forward, right?
EQ: Not necessarily, but what happens is what we call losing thy
soul. And we believe that this is not a way that we would choose
live. If thee choose to do this, wondrous. Thee are
something. Usually the learning is painful. Dost thou understand?
Does taking responsibility for your own actions include helping
EQ: Absolutely, but, understand, helping other people does not
creating an agenda for them and expecting them to follow it.
other people might be letting them be miserable. Dost thou
So, how do we know when we’re helping and when we’re setting
agendas? Just trusting ourselves, I suppose?
EQ: Look at thy expectation when thee do something. If thee
thy neighbor $100 and never ever ever look to see what he does with it,
never ask, never think about it again, then thee are helping without an
agenda. For if he chooses to go spend this on a bottle of wine,
is the way he chooses to use it. And if thee have no agenda, this
And if we choose not to help someone like that, that’s not shirking
our responsibility, is it?
EQ: How do thee feel? If thee see someone - let us say thee
sister who is a drug addicted person and thee choose to no longer be
around her. How do thee feel in thy heart? Do thee feel
the answer is yes, thee and not stop for thee are developing
the answer is no, it is time for her to learn her lesson on her own and
thee love her enough to set her free, then the answer is yes.
But does karma always involve guilt?
EQ: Pretty much, yes.
EQ: Considering that it doesn’t exist.
Yes, that’s what you said, it doesn’t exist so I got over
that. Now your saying…
EQ: No what we are saying is guilt creates the concept of karma
most of the time.
But if it’s only a concept, then how can it be?
EQ: Because when thee feel guilty, thee feel like thee must pay
somehow. Is this not so? What is karma? It is a wheel
of paying back.
So you create it with your perception of that concept.
As soon as you expect something, you’re creating it.
EQ: And this could be good too. Realize, karma is not
bad. There are
beings on Terra that believe that if they do good, it comes back.
So cause and effect is karma.
EQ: Not exactly. Cause and effect is not karma. We
thee that if thee stick a fork in a light socket, thee will be
shocked. This is cause and effect. It has nothing to do
This is physics. It is different. But listen again.
We have stated
this before. There is planetary karma. If enough entities
planet believe that certain actions create karma, or create reactions,
until the entirety or the majority – it doesn’t even have to be the
majority – till the hundredth monkey occurs, thee will live under that.
Until that thought process has been changed.
EQ: Yes. And all it takes is the hundredth monkey.
© 2005 Myama, Inc.