Lord Melchizedek via Victoria Cochrane, September 20th, 2017

Greetings. I am here to explain to you the fallacies and mysteries around the consumption of animals as food by humans on Earth. There are many of you who do not think twice about killing for food, while many others feel much guilt around it and will not eat meat at all, or very rarely. It is true that all life is sacred. In the eyes of spiritual law, taking a life unnecessarily is the ultimate travesty, because every living thing is loved unconditionally by the Creator and no-one is more important than another, whether it be an insect, a lion or a human. Furthermore, all life lives in the cycle of return and abides by the law of evolutionary expansion which requires the application of sustainability. This means that whatever is taken for food, shelter or profit and gain must be replaced in equal measure. In the natural world animals kill other animals for food and survival. Man is, after all, an animal is he not? It is within man’s rights, therefore, to kill for food to receive the balance of nourishment his body needs. However, when more is taken than is necessary, or plundered without replacing what is taken, an imbalance occurs and some animals become depleted in number and in vibration. Many animals have died out altogether due to over fishing and unsustainable hunting. As most animal protein consumed by humans is farmed, the law of sustainability is being abided by; however, not all animals are killed for food and this is where the biggest imbalance has been created. In many countries animals are killed for skins, tusks and organs or kept in inhumane conditions for human benefit. There must be sustainability, but there also must be grace and respect for the life taken in order for the vibration of the gift of life to be at its highest.eraoflight.com

The vibrational nature of food is very much dependent on the nature of its breeding, its growth, its nurturing and harvesting. When blessings are not given or the life is taken without request or respect, the vibration of the nourishment received will be of a much lower order than if the animal were killed with love, thanks and blessings. If an animal has been bred with love and care, with all its needs being respected and its very presence honoured, the nature of its nutrition after death will be much higher than the products that come from animals raised otherwise. When animals are bred from a vibration of income, greed and ego the vibration of the food will be of a much lower order, particularly if the animal suffered in any way. Animal products such as eggs will be affected in the same way.

All life is sacred and equal. Spiritual law allows animals to kill other animals for food as long as they kill for need, not just for the sake of killing. Do not fear the act of killing for food if that is what is required to maintain your health. Be conscious, however, of the consequences of taking life and consuming or using it without gratitude or its permission. By giving thanks and love to the animal who has given its life to sustain yours, you are balancing the exchange of energy, both for you and for the species of animal from which you take. It is entirely possible to do this in retrospect if you have no control over how the animal’s life was taken, such as when you buy meat or animal products from the supermarket. All you need to do is to visualise light going into the food and consciously give thanks and blessings for the gift of nutrition that it is giving to you. If you are doubtful of the origin of the product you can also intend that the energy of the food be raised to its highest and best so it is of the most benefit to your health and well-being.

Survival on Earth in the physical form is dependent on food, water, warmth, light and love. No human on Earth should be without those requirements. However, sustainability and balance are vital in keeping the Earth’s natural world working symbiotically and in harmony. The vibration in which you live is the vibration you attract. Take only what you need and always be grateful to the animal that was sacrificed so you can live.

And so it is.

Lord Melchizedek.

 

» Source – Channel: Victoria Cochrane