If the purpose of the Law is determined by the One interpreting it, is it possible to redefine the Law of One by applying another interpretation of lesser value? Is it possible the Law of One is not being accurately interpreted by a world that does not know what the Law of One is for? Even if the Law has been accurately interpreted, who is the one who gives meaning to the Law; the one Who enforces the Law, or the one who reads it and applies their own interpretation to it?
The question of application of a Law cannot be determined by the one who is reading it and interpreting it themselves. If this was possible, there would be no consistency. There must be One purpose for the Law, and this purpose must be wholly understood by the one who reads it, otherwise the Law has too many interpretations. This is the problem with the laws that are executed in our world. Too many people see the laws from a different perspective. Because all purpose and understanding comes from a consistent purpose of a Law, the whole value of the Law of One is lost in the value of personal understanding.
When I began exploring the lessons of One Wholeness Now, the 6 questions that continued to be presented to me over and over again were, who, what, when, where, why, and how. In physical life, each solution Once these questions are answered, the problem is resolved. If each individual is responsible for asking and answering their own question, what purpose is there of the One Who Defines?
Living Law provides for one problem and one solution. When 6 separate questions are asked by an individual, each question relies on a separate answer that is supposed to lead to one solution. We must then ask ourselves, if all of the questions and answers are different, then the One Who provides one question and solution is unnecessary. The one who is asking the question, and then providing the answers is the one is charge, and the Law of One is unnecessary. But what if the question is not a correct one? If the question is not correct, then how can one expect to find the right answer?
The Law of One is not being wholly applied consistently to physical problems. A consistent application to problems is one that allows the one who asks the question access to the Law, which will answer all 6 questions as one, instead of 6 different ones. This is obviously not anything the intellect understands, If it did, it would understand that emotional integrity is the missing component necessary for a one problem, one solution consistency the Law of One provides.
It is impossible to interpret a Living Law, as we do not know how. When we do, we set the purpose and the terms of how we believe the Law is supposed to work, but not how it actually is. We never leave space for proper understanding, so we fill the time necessary for the Law to work correctly with wasted time. Personally, we waste a lot of time attempting to redefine the Universe so it fits into what we believe, but belief does not define reality or the Law.
Belief does not know how to take 6 questions and answer them as One because the ego beliefs see each question as being separate. When who, what, when, where, why, and how have been brought together to form one question, then there can only be one solution. When this happens, the Law will be observed in action. Until then, we will continue to interfere with the purpose of the Law because we do not understand how to express one question out of 6.
The Law of One is a Living Law, and Living Laws like Love, do not require physical interpretation or understanding. They just are. The interpretation of Living Law is so far beyond what we can even begin to understand, to believe we can interpret the Law of One is insanity.
We all have access to Living Laws, but not according the the terms we have set. By learning to access Living Law, the people will usher in a time of peace never before realized in our world. This Plan is simple, but not easy. It requires vigilance, and undoing the false claims that have been made on eternal reality. Flow, like Living Law, is not something we create, it is what we allow.