Originally Posted by arpee
The only thing that's sad is that on the blog Esther was doing these visualizations and stuff and saying "It was just a spider".
She seems so sincere, like she actually believe that his cancer was "no big deal" and he can get over it...
I'm getting the sense that quite soon (if not already) Esther will very much also be seeing that Jerry's death is no 'big deal'...that he's every bit as close to her as he ever was..simply in a different form.
Jerry has gotten some personal information from Abraham. Abraham would use Esther to tap on him to avoid the police and they were always right. I don't think he had a doubt in his mind about Abraham - so if they said "You can heal any sickness - I'm 100% sure he believed after seeing all the other stuff they knew.
Oh, I don't doubt at all that Jerry trusted Abraham implicitly. The fact is though that we can just never really know about the intentions one holds.
I can relate to this personally. At 48 after a lifetime of good health, I suddenly find myself unwell.
I've known about the law of attraction since I was a child...there has never been anything that I truly intended that I haven't manifested. But now, here I am in a position of experiencing something that seems so out of line with all that I've come to know.
But upon further inquiry, I can see that intents and preferences occur in a heirarchy of sorts. I've always held a strong intent and curiosity over my ability to accept those things that I might previously have deemed to be unacceptable as I've come to see that this is what true freedom is all about.
As my understanding of the nature of reality has evolved, I've come to see that present moment acceptance of what IS, is my highest and strongest intent.
Therefore, in terms of the heirarchy of my personal intents, this one would trump a conscious desire for health as in the absence of health, I've actually manifested the perfect breeding ground to manifest my strongest intent (to experience an abiding freedom from attachment....and unconditional acceptance)
I have NO doubt in my mind that Esther and Jerry are sincere about what they do. I enjoy listening to Abraham, but this has raised many questions...
For me, it's reinforced the idea that death is a natural and 'perfect' part of life and that we cannot create in the experience of others. BUT..we always have control over the direction of our thought and thus we have control over whether or not we suffer when manifestations appear that we believe are contrary to what 'should be.'