the thread on et mentorship was beginning to get off course with my latest post, so i wanted to begin another thread where the concepts could be hashed out in greater detail without detracting from the other thread.
posted by bobfitz
sorry, but i don't buy it.
ignorance is passed down generation after generation and ruthlessly enforced until it is a foregone conclusion that the status quo is accepted.
don't tell me a child born into 15th generation poverty is to blame for being poor. and please spare me the claim that we should all naturally reject every norm of our upbringing. it's a galactic cop out.
we turn our heads from kids starving in india just like our "advanced brothers" let us twist for 13,000 years while they debated whether we were worth all the trouble. blame the victim? really? i guess we're not all that different from advanced races after all.
it's an extremely hard and harsh pill to swallow, that in the end we are personally responsible for the suffering and anguish in the world. none the less, that's a truth.
first lets take a look at the idea that the universe is a fractal universe. what does that mean? it means that even the smallest part is a reflection of the whole. as it's been stated before if you take a holigram and break it up, the smaller pieces still have the image in it's entirety, even down to the smallest fleck.
what you see in the world, the evil and the injustice are just reflections of our inner selves. we are to blame for sending out the frequencies that were required to be reflected back at us.
how am i responsible for a starving child in a third world country? well on several different levels i am responsible. for one, i support a government that does not enforce fair trade for the corporations that exist within it's boundaries. companies buy from the cheapest they can find, which is often those third world countries where food can be manufactured for pennies a day due to the fact that families are working for a fraction of that just to make ends meet. i don't always buy fair trade goods myself, they are more expensive and so there i am responsible as well. third, i turn a blind eye to their plight. knowing there are starving children somewhere and knowing i can make a difference, i am too wrapped up in my own problems to offer that help. and those are just ways i'm responsible on a physical dimension.
energetically, i radiate fear about lack of abundance. why can't i afford fair trade goods? cause i can only see money coming in from the sources i know and trust.. job, obligations, etc. i have not yet broken myself out of that paradigm of fear of lack, though i am working on it. every time i stress and fear about not having enough money to cover my bills, i send out a vibration that the starving child is a reflection of. the starving child would not exist if we did not need it to exist for us to see something in ourselves.
every time you get cut off in traffic and feel rage and hatred, every time you feel jealous of some one at work or in your social circle, every time you feel you must control or manipulate some one for their own good, the world reflects that back at you. negative emotions come from fear. every time you fear you send out that vibration and the world gives you exactly what you want. we fear we have no power, so we give it to some one else. we fear there is not enough so the ones in power enforce a system where there are finite resources we must compete over. we fear death so there is a system in place that reflects that in the actions of the illuminati plotting to destroy us. the universe is fair and unbiased. it gives you what you ask for time and time again. if you fear, it reinforces that fear for you, if you love then you begin to receive loving vibrations instead.
in the end, we are responsible. we are waking up to this fact which is why things are changing but we still have a ways to go.