The Council: There Are No Accidents

AA-choices-man-and-alternatives-300x261William LePar’s sprirtual source, The Council, addresses accidents. Their basic premise is that there are no such things as accidents. This may be a very difficult concept to believe, especially when we have been personally involved in a tragic automobile accident where children have been seriously injured or killed. I believe that this information from them explains their thoughts in a concise manner.

Questioner: You have stated that there are no accidents in reference to death and injuries. Please explain this in full. Could the free will of others interfere with an individual’s path and cause him to choose to leave?

The Council: In rare occasions individuals can affect the path chosen by other individuals, but this is more or less, shall we say, a rare situation. This goes beyond the normal mundane existence of you all. There are no accidents, and every accident has its reason behind it even though it may not be obvious to anyone involved in it.

Questioner: My friend has asked if it would be permissible to give the answer to this question to her son who was just involved in a fatal accident.

The Council: Yes. In this case then, maybe we might elaborate if you wish.

Questioner: Please do.

The Council: There are times when accidents occur for reasons that are not brought to the conscious mind. In some situations individuals are instrumental in the crossing over of another individual so as to bring a greater understanding and awareness to not only themselves, but the individual that may have crossed over and to all those that are in relationship to that, shall we say, situation. One of the more important factors, if one should find themselves involved in such a thing, is to attempt to get an understanding of one’s responsibility in the situation. Even though an individual may be totally responsible for the accident or for a death, nothing can be gained if that individual sits in remorse constantly but should learn from such experiences the value of life and in particularly their life. One should learn respect from such things for themselves and for all others; respect for the soul or the spirit and respect for the physical body, because it is through the physical body that the soul learns and grows and each have that responsibility to care for that physical body, to keep it safe, and to keep it clean and free from anything that would hamper its proper growth, its proper thinking abilities, and its proper attitudes. If such a situation occurs where one finds himself responsible for the crossing over of another, that is a situation one must learn to live with and grow through that experience and not let it be, shall we say, a deterrent to growth. At times there are those individuals who can grow tremendously from such an experience, and they should be thankful for that opportunity. There is always the opportunity to correct and make amends for things that were not handled right or done properly, even in such situations where one may be responsible for the transition of another.

Questioner: Yes. In other words, both entities involved agreed to the situation the time it transpired?

The Council: In most cases, yes. Mainly there is a lesson to be learned by those who remain, and the experience is for good and for benefit of all involved providing the understanding has been acquired. If not, then it was for no good reason.

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