There is a wall between you and I … I can hear the muffled sounds of your movement, of your speaking. Some say, “Hold a glass to the wall!”, yet it isn’t so easy … when you can’t see the wall.
Honing the senses is a pretty important feature which should be added to daily practice. Some say “MK Ultra”, some say the “veil” is lifting, some say “mediumship”, or “psychic”, or “sensitive” or “crazy” or “WiFi”. Whatever you want to call it, pay attention, and know you are not alone. Crazy isn’t necessarily the description given it.
Photo by Tegan Mierle
We benefit when we acknowledge the connection between ourselves, the planet, everything, and everyone upon it. When we allow the taught, and forced separation to rule our lives, we find a lot of pain and loneliness and struggle.
Is it possible to learn to embrace association once more? Has this inbred disconnect become too solidified in worldly existence?
Some say if you can count good friends on one hand you are extremely blessed. Was there ever a time when there were many more than one hand can count? A village perhaps, a strong community where each person worked toward the benefit of all others?
When we lift each other, spending time and energy to ensure our sister and brother are upheld … if everyone does this … then we can rest, knowing there are many who do the same for us.
Yes, it once was … are we able to get to this place again?
Today’s world is one of lack. The average family struggles to maintain a roof over their heads and food on the table. Wages are ‘stolen’ in the form of taxes to pay for war, and so many other destructive programs, and then the ones who run these programs turn around and act as though they are actually ‘helping’ people. There is a scheme which creates a world of reliance, dependent on those who form, and then run these systems, paid for by the very same workers who ‘give so generously’ their tax dollars.
We’re being pigeon holed. Separated and weakened in that separation until we cannot manage any longer, then we must ‘rely’ on the powers that be.
People ought to look deeply at this and rather than give their power away, bond with each other and claim it instead, growing it themselves … together, in conscious connected creation.
Greed and need for power must be left behind, otherwise, we’re at the mercy of those who have been siphoning the power from the people for decades … they have too large a head start to compete with. Only in relinquishing the need for power and adopting co-creation and care for each other will we be able to rise … once more.