Humor is the Healing Balm

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Humor is the Healing Balm

Earlier, during this trance William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, injected humor into the answers to some of the questions. It seems that there were some in attendance who were surprised by the humorous nature that The Council demonstrated.

The Council: After all, you are just like us. We would say that we are just like you, but it is obvious that is not the case. You know, your sense of humor does not leave with the physical body. A sense of humor is the joy of the soul and the soul's ability to laugh at itself by utilizing different situations. It surprises us that some of you would be shocked that we do have a sense of humor, but we do, just as you, and tonight was one of those rare nights that we publicly decided to show it to you. We are not nasty villains that at times we have had the reputation. So, it is also interesting to see that some are thinking that this "letting our hair down" is not quite as spiritual as when we are stuffy. Well, we are sorry you have that feeling. You are wrong, and we are right. (Laughter) And we will explain to you why we say that and that is because joy is part of spirituality, and spirituality must be joyful. So, if you cannot laugh in your spirituality, then something is wrong someplace, you are not understanding what spirituality is.

It will be interesting to see the repercussions of this evening. When you are dealing with the real thing, sometimes the real thing is not always as stuffy as what you have been led to believe.

We hope that this evening will last in your memory. We hope that you will realize that in all your states of growth, the one thing that you can feel safe about is a sense of humor, and a sense of humor can be a healing balm for many afflictions. Now, we will not clarify whether that is physical or spiritual, we will leave that in your lap. If you can laugh at yourself, if you can make fun at yourself, you are standing on good ground because you are willing then to point out your own weaknesses and use them as an example or at least show that you are aware of what lacking may be there.

For more on William LePar and The Council visit www.WilliamLePar.com