Now we come to one of the biggest and most talked about issues and metaphysics.
The idea that information should be free instead of having to pay for it.
Let's see what Bashar has to say about that concept.
As we have explained many times, information is always free,
Freely accessible to anyone who simply allows himself to get into the vibrational state
that is equal in frequency to the information that they seek
As we have said, you are not really paying for information when you buy a service
from someone providing the information to you
An analogy that we have often used is that of a fruit tree
You have the ability to get free fruit anytime you wish,
if you are willing to cultivate and grow a fruit tree,
Then the fruit is free for the plucking.
But if you have decided, you've made a choice instead to not grow your own tree
But to ask for the fruit from another's tree,
Then the farmers, the grocers where you are asking to access the fruit
have spent their time, their energy, their labor in providing the service of bringing you that fruit
And that service is what then there must be fair exchange for.
So the idea is as simple as understanding that if you are hiring someone to do a job that you are either believing you are unable or unwilling to do.
Then there needs to be fair exchange to compensate person for taking their time, their energy and even sometimes their own money
in bringing you the information that you have asked them to bring you
They are being of service to you, and in return
It is only fair to be of service to them by providing some form of equal compensation
As Bashar states information is free.
Everyone has the ability to instantly and freely access information throughout creation
by generating the state of being that will attract the information that they seek.
Let's be clear, information is free.
Therefore, when people are charged to attend sessions or acquire recordings of Bashar information,
They are not paying for the information
They're paying for the service that they're asking me and Bashar communications to provide in accessing the information for them.
The public is essentially contracting us to do a job
And if we are willing to spend our time, energy, and our own money to do that job,
there must be fair exchange
When someone suggests that Bashar communications ought to hold free sessions and give away free recordings,
What they're actually saying is that they want us to spend our money to give them free gifts.
If no one accept Bashar communications ends up paying for anything
They clearly that's not a fair exchange
And would deplete Bashar communications' resources to the point of not being able to produce additional material