There are those who consider themselves, and whom others consider to be, “upper hierarchy”. They make decisions which will afford them the results they desire. Often these decisions are immoral, although they do not believe so. This comes as no surprise, for often the actions by some which harm others do not come through the doers mind as immoral, they are simply trying to reshape reality into what they want, despite who it is that is harmed in the process.
Isn’t this the way? For instance … The Congress of the United States is off on vacation, refusing to put in action those skills which they were hired for … negotiation and compromise. They leisurely take time off, getting full pay while other government employees are not so lucky. They kick back and place the blame on one man, refusing to take responsibility in their part of the damage being done to so many lives. They do not see themselves as immoral or unethical. For them, it appears to be a natural thing, sluffing off duty, causing harm, and placing blame elsewhere.
The woman, or man, who uses their body and sexual enterprise to manipulate circumstances, is the same as Congress. Both parties prostitute themselves for pay, and their hearts are not involved in any of the decisions made. It is simply business … and outside people are not considered … although they make show that they are.
An immoral person has no base to judge morality. Thy cannot see beyond what they are, and they will never ask of themselves if what they are doing could cause harm for others … instead, they see the harm done and place blame elsewhere. As with the one using sex as a tool, when the others wife, or husband finds out, they say it is their partners fault for participating in what they were ‘selling’. Just as the “partner” of Congress, the President, is being blamed for actions they refuse to take in order to make things right again.
There are no ethics, morals, or persons of integrity in the system … perhaps there never were. Perhaps it is these others who consider themselves ‘above’ everyone else, placing influence in the minds and hearts of the so-called ‘leaders’. Maybe they can shift the blame to these outside influencers instead of their fellow human, if they can conceive of the idea in their mind. These outside influences have taken their toll on all life.
This isn’t to say people should shuck their responsibility for things they do. On the contrary, they must. They must become strong enough to speak from their hearts (truly, void of outside source) and accept responsibility for their choices, and the affect these choices have on other life.
Those who stand back and point fingers at this person, or that person … it’s their fault … while not even attempting to rein in their own misdeeds … well, they’re just hypocrites. Over paid, spoiled individuals who have never been held accountable while they siphon tax payer dollars and purchase mansion after mansion, and then siphon even more to give freely to those who bring destruction to stability.
Crooks and criminals in high places, feel they are beyond measure … they’ll be quite surprised when their portion is served to them. I imagine they’ll join the others in the beyond when their body quits them, and from there they will continue to bring influence which endangers life.
Someone ‘out there’ needs to gather up these energetic thought forms which remain after physical death and transmute them into something more positive. Or … perhaps it is humanity which must learn this skill and take charge of the shift themselves, become movers in the game, rather than pawns. Perhaps some of this shift can happen while the damagers are still in body.
Transmutation: the action of changing or the state of being changed into another form. This process is like a boot camp to prepare you for the mission you came here for: Helping humanity and planet earth to ascend. It is not for the faint of heart and not a walk in the park. There are many helpful tools to make it as smooth as possible in learning how to be an alchemist.
1) Be Grateful. 2) Disidentify with your ego. 3) Forgive yourself and others. 4) Accept, embrace and let go. 5) Heal your inner child. 6) Redirect the energies and find joy. 7) Love yourself, and treat Yourself well. 8) Appreciate your body. 9) Sound healing. 10) Keep your power. 11) Sharing. 12) Grounding and rebalancing in nature. 13) Watch children. 14) Don’t try, allow. 15) Find correlations and get to know your System.
How to practice Tonglen in seven steps: 1) Get centered. 2) Call to mind someone who is suffering. 3) Breathe in their pain. 4) Transmute darkness into light. 5) Send them Peace. 6) Repeat. 7) Move on to someone else.
The more people who practice transmutation: negatives and those things that harm, into positives and those things that bring joy, the better, and more quickly consciousness will ascend.