We are all Energetic Spirits. Every single spiritual teacher throughout time alluded to our
true nature by telling us about an afterlife: Heaven, Hades, reincarnation, etc.
Recorded near–death experiences speak of people being able to see themselves outside of
their bodies. (If our vision comes from our eyes, how is that possible?)
When my father “died” of cancer over a year ago, I inherently knew what was left on the
hospital bed was not him, but rather an empty shell devoid of any Energetic Spirit. My
father lives on because there is no “death.” If there is an end, it is just an end to our spirit
housed in its current form.
I’ve heard these spiritual teachers (particularly Esther Hicks) say that we choose to come
into this world. Jane Roberts, author of The Seth Material, writes that birth is actually a
much more jarring and disruptive experience than death. If that is so, then why would we
choose to come into a world teeming with problems, inequality and strife?
We choose to come here to play in The Game.
What Game? The Game is choosing who or what we want to be and manifesting or
attracting that kind of life into our experience. In this Game, there is no winner or loser;
there is only movement toward or away from remembering the Truth. The Truth is that
we are Energetic Spirits and that everything in the Universe is energy, formed together by
In that respect, the world around us is an illusion. We learn in school that everything is
made up of atoms, which, in turn, are made of energy. Energy cannot really be defined, it
cannot be created or destroyed, and it has many forms, like God. Thus we experience energy
that comes together by consciousness into its various forms.
We know we are moving towards remembering this Truth when we feel happiness, love,
joy, peace, fulfillment, contentment, and so on. We know that we are moving away from
being conscious of our spirit when we feel fear, anxiety, anger and depression.
If we are to compare it to a chess match, we suffer when we forget that we are
Energetic Spiritual Consciousness, resulting in a belief that we are just pawns in a cruel
game played by the gods. We have forgotten that we are the gods! We chose to be
born and play The Game, but have forgotten—and identify our existence with—the game
Every piece on the chessboard is important; even pawns can capture queens. But when we
forget that we are the Player, not the game piece, we suffer, and our inner guidance system
(our emotions) kicks in to get us back on track.
So, how does one make a move in The Game? You make a move in life the same way you
make a move in any game. First, you think about it and get clear that it is the best move
for you. Again, if the object of the game is to remember that you are Energetic Spiritual
Consciousness, remember that your feelings are your guide for thinking through your next
Second, you move by just imagining yourself in the spot on the board where you want to go.
Daydream. Role-play. Have fun. Children do this well. In that respect, they are our guides in
helping us remember how to move forward in The Game.
When you imagine and role-play yourself into the next spot on the board with the utmost
conviction, you merge with that vision of yourself and eventually become one with it. It is
attracted to you and you are attracted to it. What began as a thought has now manifested
into your reality and you will find that you have moved into that spot on the game board:
The Law of Attraction.
You know you have forgotten you are the Energetic Eternal Spiritual Player who chose to
come here and play the game when you feel suffering, anger, anxiety or fear. When this
happens, there are really only two questions you need to ask yourself:
1. What is the next thing I need to do to remind myself that I am an Eternal Spiritual
Player and not the game piece in The Game? Meditate? Spend time with my
children? Take a walk in nature? Have wonderful connecting sex?
2. What is my next move in The Game, so when it ends I can say to myself: “WOW!
Playing The Game was so much fun, even with its ups and downs, I never wanted it
Because every game does end, that is, until you choose to be in the next one.
Writing from my Core,