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I tried to sell my soul to satan!

Sometimes we have “Disadvantages” Sometimes we struggle against them long and hard not knowing that these are actually advantages to us, if not in this world then in the next

I want to share a story that is “Absolutely true” with you. When I was a teenager I decided to walk down the dark path. I started wearing Black and listening to heavy death metal. Then I “decided to sell my soul to satan” and set off to find him. Fortunately God had imposed dyslexia on me and instead of selling my soul to satan I ended up selling it to Santa! So here I am today! Lol!

We all have real and perceived faults. Any real faults we have are there to help us in the long run, or to settle with, that is to say to love wholly and unconditionally. It is the overcoming of our faults that makes us strong spiritually!

If we have a physical disease we need to find a competent Doctor to help cure us. Finding a competent doctor (one who believes in healing, not just chemicals and pills) is a bit of a task. Don’t stay with your current doctor if you feel he doesn’t believe in healing, because if he doesn’t believe in healing how is he going to help you heal yourself?

I will give you a true story here. I had a growth on my forehead right between my eyebrows. I went to my local health centre only after I had tried acid, alkaline, hydrogen peroxide and a few other things and couldn’t get rid of it. I was told it would have to be chopped out, which was fine by me and was assigned a doctor.

The doctor I got was from Ceylon, a very nice lady doctor. She numbed the spot, picked up the scalpel and just couldn’t cut it out. Why? Because it was in the exact spot that Indian ladies put their red dots on! And it was just too much for her to break the old traditions she had been bought up with. So I was asked to return another day to a different doctor.

This time I was given a brusque Welshman. He cut it out no trouble and then said to me, “you are going to have a hole a quarter of an inch deep in your forehead!” To which I replied, No, I won’t.”

Not used to being spoken back to the hairs on his neck bristled and he said to me “Yes, you will!” To which I replied, “No, I won’t!” We did this several more times and in the end he said (smugly) “Well, we’ll see when the plaster comes off!”

I went back a week later and he set too taking the plaster off and when it was removed there was no hole in my head. The look on his face was a real picture. He was shocked! “Well, I’ve never seen that before!” he said in amazement! No, I thought, because you always tell your patients they are going to have a hole in their head and they believe you and stop the natural healing process! The body is plastic and responds to our thoughts/commands! I told my body to fill the hole in and it did. If I had of believed him I too would have had a permanent hole on my forehead! He was obviously not a competent doctor.

We are the captains of our own ships and we decide where we are sailing too in life! Never forget this. The principle involved with the welsh Doctor was my “Power of Command!”

As you speak out of your mouth, so it shall be!”

If you don’t use your power of command then other people tell you what to do! Simple as that. And, may I say, that other people never have your best interests at heart! That is why Masters never simply teach people, but show them a truth they believe in and ask the student to see (test) if it is true. Only this way will the student make it his own truth and be able to demonstrate it to others!

As time goes by and you use your power of command there comes a time when you can use it for other people. It then becomes your “PowerS of command. First you command yourself and then you can command others under the higher Laws of God. “As within, so without.”

I will give you another true demonstration of the powers of command. I knew a man who hadn’t seem his son for 2 and half years, even though he had legal custody of him every weekend!

His ex was using physical law to prevent him seeing his son. Know that on the physical level there is very little justice and that “Possession is nine tenths of the law.” This is exactly what she was doing. I pointed out this and suggested that he needed to move his problem up to the spiritual level where Justice does exist and is irresistible – “Justice is mine sayeth the lord!”

Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written, Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord” Romans 12:19

And this is exactly how I handled the problem. I got him to see his ex-wife in his mind and got him to forgive her wholly and unconditionally for every negative action she had done against him in the past (He handed her karma over to grace.) This cleared her karmic debt completely. And then he said that the next negative karmic debt she put against him would instantly be forgiven and handed onto Justice. (This would invoke “Instant Karma” against her.) And that was it. No more needed to be done.

Within 18 hours she had phoned him up and asked him to take his son for the long weekend (we did this at 5 pm on a Tuesday evening. We both had no contact with her between the forgiveness and the result. Coincidence – I think not! In fact I know not! That contact was between her and God that night as she dreamed. This is exactly why “The best form of forgiveness is revenge because it restores the spiritual order of the universe. It puts us back into the love column, and places them into instant karma or the (meaningful) threat of instant karmic (from God.)

Learn the higher laws and use them. Work the laws and the laws works for you. Not necessarily on the physical level, but always on the Spiritual level.

May Health, Happiness, Peace, Success and Prosperity Be with you,

reverend master j’iam

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“Hello, my name is Sid”

I have an alter ego whose name is Sid. Sid is not short for Sydney, as it was in the old days. Instead Sid stands for Santa In Disguise and he is recognized many, many children, especially in super markets. Very, very few adults ever recognize him, so he remains invisible to the children’s parents. One day i was in the market when a child recognized me, smiled at me and started pulling at her fathers trousers, “Daddy, Daddy that man is my friend!!” she said. Her father was “too busy” so engrossed in deciding which packet of food to buy, that he couldn’t even hear his child speaking to him! 

Sometimes when mothers see the reaction between Sid and their child, i’ll say to them, “they recognize me, I’m Sid, which stands for Santa in Disguise.” And they will laugh out loud, and I will laugh with them. They think I’m joking, but I certainly aren’t!. And that is why I laugh, because they no longer recognize Santa!

I hate it when parents teach their young children (under 6) that Santa is a myth. Santa is not a myth, Santa is a legend. A myth has no foundation is reality, a legend has a foundation in reality. Santa’s foundation in reality is that He is the first none-family member to be introduced into the family, to the child. He is a safe alternative to many people at large today (both men and women!). Santa is a safe learning habit for small children, to teach them that love doesn’t only come from within the family, but can also come from outside the family too! This sets them up to connect with the source of love later on it life. To deprive children of Santa actually sets up a spiritual block later in life, in adulthood.

When we are born it is our life’s task to connect with the infinite source of Love that we call God (you can call God anything you want, as we can never know His unknowable divine essence, which is essentially called God, Divine Spirit, infinite Spirit etc.) What we can know is His knowable essence, the Holy Spirit. And the Holy Spirit’s name is I AM. Always! in every religion! I am sorry to say that if there is a religion that doesn’t have I Am speaking in it, then that is a cult, not a religion. I Am is always the Fire in every religion. The closer people get to I Am in any religion, the less impediment there is between them and members of other religions close to God.

Gandhi was a man who was close to God through I Am, which is why he took a stance on three sides of the indian argument between the Hindus, the Christians and the Muslims. Unfortunately the followers of these religions were too far away from the Love of God to take heed and ended up fighting each other, with the Muslims taking off and creating Pakistan. Whenever there is fighting between religions, it is always because they have forgotten the Love, the Fire, of God, and work only in the words of God (the water) written in a book. Water/Words equals war, Love/Fire equals Peace! Simple as that. 

I notice that when children reach the age of 7/8 and no longer literally believe in Santa, they still mostly maintain the literal belief for their younger brothers and sisters. It’s as if they understand the importance of Love and distinguish between the reality of abstract Love and the concrete example of Santa’s Love. Just because Santa doesn’t “really” exist doesn’t mean that what He represents – external love – doesn’t exist. Take Santa away and what are you left with? Why, an expression of Love of course! Most small children can recognize this fact. Most “adults” can’t! Which is why His Holiness Jesus exhorts us to “become like the little children!” Not to become childish, but to become child-like in our acceptance of true love!

Children accept the truth, especially the truth of Love, much more easily than adults. After being an atheist for 14 years I became reborn. I then had to face my 6 year old son and tell him God/Love did exist after all. It took me a week to bring the subject up. I haltingly told him that I had been wrong in being an atheist and the God did exist. To which he replied(bless his heart), “I know that dad!” and walked away into his room! Leaving me to pick my jaw up off the floor! “Out of the mouths of babes!!!” Lol!

So look out for Sids! I am not the only one – they are everywhere in the world!

Kindest regards

J’iam

 

j’iam

 

 

 

“Hello, my name is Sid”

I have an alter ego whose name is Sid. Sid is not short for Sydney, as it was in the old days. Instead Sid stands for Santa In Disguise and he is recognized many, many children, especially in super markets. Very, very few adults ever recognize him, so he remains invisible to the children’s parents. One day i was in the market when a child recognized me, smiled at me and started pulling at her fathers trousers, “Daddy, Daddy that man is my friend!!” she said. Her father was “too busy” so engrossed in deciding which packet of food to buy, that he couldn’t even hear his child speaking to him! 

Sometimes when mothers see the reaction between Sid and their child, i’ll say to them, “they recognize me, I’m Sid, which stands for Santa in Disguise.” And they will laugh out loud, and I will laugh with them. They think I’m joking, but I certainly aren’t!. And that is why I laugh, because they no longer recognize Santa!

I hate it when parents teach their young children (under 6) that Santa is a myth. Santa is not a myth, Santa is a legend. A myth has no foundation is reality, a legend has a foundation in reality. Santa’s foundation in reality is that He is the first none-family member to be introduced into the family, to the child. He is a safe alternative to many people at large today (both men and women!). Santa is a safe learning habit for small children, to teach them that love doesn’t only come from within the family, but can also come from outside the family too! This sets them up to connect with the source of love later on it life. To deprive children of Santa actually sets up a spiritual block later in life, in adulthood.

When we are born it is our life’s task to connect with the infinite source of Love that we call God (you can call God anything you want, as we can never know His unknowable divine essence, which is essentially called God, Divine Spirit, infinite Spirit etc.) What we can know is His knowable essence, the Holy Spirit. And the Holy Spirit’s name is I AM. Always! in every religion! I am sorry to say that if there is a religion that doesn’t have I Am speaking in it, then that is a cult, not a religion. I Am is always the Fire in every religion. The closer people get to I Am in any religion, the less impediment there is between them and members of other religions close to God.

Gandhi was a man who was close to God through I Am, which is why he took a stance on three sides of the indian argument between the Hindus, the Christians and the Muslims. Unfortunately the followers of these religions were too far away from the Love of God to take heed and ended up fighting each other, with the Muslims taking off and creating Pakistan. Whenever there is fighting between religions, it is always because they have forgotten the Love, the Fire, of God, and work only in the words of God (the water) written in a book. Water/Words equals war, Love/Fire equals Peace! Simple as that. 

I notice that when children reach the age of 7/8 and no longer literally believe in Santa, they still mostly maintain the literal belief for their younger brothers and sisters. It’s as if they understand the importance of Love and distinguish between the reality of abstract Love and the concrete example of Santa’s Love. Just because Santa doesn’t “really” exist doesn’t mean that what He represents – external love – doesn’t exist. Take Santa away and what are you left with? Why, an expression of Love of course! Most small children can recognize this fact. Most “adults” can’t! Which is why His Holiness Jesus exhorts us to “become like the little children!” Not to become childish, but to become child-like in our acceptance of true love!

Children accept the truth, especially the truth of Love, much more easily than adults. After being an atheist for 14 years I became reborn. I then had to face my 6 year old son and tell him God/Love did exist after all. It took me a week to bring the subject up. I haltingly told him that I had been wrong in being an atheist and the God did exist. To which he replied(bless his heart), “I know that dad!” and walked away into his room! Leaving me to pick my jaw up off the floor! “Out of the mouths of babes!!!” Lol!

So look out for Sids! I am not the only one – they are everywhere in the world!

Kindest regards

J’iam

 

j’iam

 

 

 

‘oo iz zis Johnny Depp? ‘e ‘as stolen my face!

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I do a lot of restoration work and I was going through Gustave Courbet pictures when I noticed the similarity of this Courbet self portrait to Johnny Depp. So I made this card up. Courbet was born in 1819 and died in 1877. The picture was actually painted in the 1840’s so it is well over 150 years old. And yet we see johnny depp standing there. Why is this? Because the universe recycles faces! I have two photos of an old girlfriend. One from the 1980’s when she was 23 and the other from 1915, long before she was born, again at about the same age! In this picture she is working in an ammunition factory in england in 1915! Again this is a face recycle.

Man hasn’t noticed it so much in the past because there weren’t as many painting as photographs and the poor couldn’t afford paintings of themselves. So the numbers were too small to compare millions of faces. But with 140 years of photography and the expansion of the internet they are becoming more prevelant.

People quite offten think they know me personally from their pasts but they don’t. Instead they recognise me from my soul (although they don’t know that!). Children are especially good at recognising my soul. In fact I often say to parents (after acknowledging the child first) that “my name is Sid, which stands forSanta in disguise!”

I have actually played Santa for many years. Once I was Santa in front of 10,000 people at a meeting. I was overwhelmed with the love people have for Santa. Why is this? Because Santa is Love from outside the family personified. Besides mum and dad and grandpa and grandma, Santa is a very important person in all childrens lives, as he represents spiritual love from outside the family. Because he is love made concrete children grow out of him at the age when they gain abstract thought, which is usually around 8 years old. But I notice that even though they know Santa is no longer true in a concrete sense, he is still true in the abstarct sense and the older children instinctively keep the story up with their younger siblings! The symbol changes, but the love remains!

A Merry Christmas to you! (but it’s not Christmas today, you say! Know that every day is Christmas in Heaven!!!!)

j’iam