In an advanced culture, laws are minimally required. Decrees would be regarded more as a form of a mutually agreed upon code of conduct for society to manage collective resources, commons, and well-being. The number of laws a civilization requires marks the maturity level of those able to demonstrate practicality in the physical world and also the Law of Love of the metaphysical world as ascribed to by the Masters such as Jesus, Buddha, Maharshi, and countless others.
A fully self-actualized, sovereign being acts out of Unity Consciousness—what you do for your neighbor, you do for yourself. It would immediately be recognized that Creation (w)holistically harmonizes together cooperatively and that you are only as strong as your weakest link.
Third-dimensional Ten Commandments, a simplistic, compulsory moral code of conduct for carrying mankind beyond its animalistic tendencies, now moves into fifth dimensional consciousness as the “Thou shalt nots…” become “Thou doths…” We evolve from fear-based rule of law, which tells us what not to do, to love-based imperatives of the heart demonstrating what is natural to do from a state of co-creative BE-ing. Mandates subject to penalty become freedoms subject to reward. More accurately, one is simply accepting the gifts already given.
In the same vein, we are not punished for our sins, we are punished by our sins. Context is king. Incorrectly inserting a preposition can and has set back human evolution for hundreds of years until someone has enough courage to say, “Hey, wait a minute…” In religious reality, there is only ever a single “sin,” the original sin that expresses in infinite forms—the beLIEf we are separate from the Creator/Creation.
Our capacity as co-creators has “in-deed” allowed us to prolifically construct every manifestation of union to separation as part of the infinite expression of Creation. The co-creation of a polarized world of contrast still only ever is the ONE Creation.
To one transfixed by messages of hope and faith, to learn there is no one looking down on you can be devastating—at least not in the context which you have been taught. To those ready to hear, true magic begins once you let go of hope and faith’s limitations and move into a more mature understanding of God, who you are and why you are here.