Re: Reality Creators
- A dear friend of mine committed suicide last Aug, right after I moved away. Amazing soulful human who just couldn't take it anymore. They had him on so many pharmaceuticals, I knew something bad would happen. He didn't know how important he was. I also think he was an MPD victim. I didn't know enough to help him at the time.
--- In email@example.com, "loohon" <dogwood57@...> wrote:
> It's hard to get angry anymore at "people" who trip over themselves to commit suicide to escape their slavery.
> Although i do get upset when i read about ensouled people being horribly maltreated.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Cosmic Bal <cosmicbal@> wrote:
> > Life feels better daily. Reality on Earth feels like it's improving
> > energetically. They had us all worried in hopes our fear energy would
> > perpetuate our imprisonment.. but looks like love wins out always.
> > I am still fairly new to all this, but two years back I was feeling pretty
> > desperate to effect positive change. Now it don't seem nearly as bad
> > energetically, and I can change reality more easily. Or my perception of
> > reality. There are outward evidences of positive change outside my own
> > perspectives. Gifting is one of the causes.
> > I feel we should focus on all these positive changes and give it our focus
> > instead of quibbling over all the fear mongering media and false flags. I
> > frankly never pay attention to them. Why should I? To get angry? Hmm. Anger
> > fuels us to act, but at some point I believe it is necessary to Wise up and
> > realize how much our own thoughts and emotions affect our personal
> > atmospheres, perceptions and even the collective environment.
> > Harmony. It isn't just a cliche. It is extremely important. But I had, and
> > continue, to experience disharmony on many levels to learn more on this.
> > Anger is important to those that feel it to be so. All are different in the
> > way we learn. But anger is not the final step. Just one of the many.. it is
> > an emotion that gets us to rise up. But it is still one of many.
> > So instead of being angry at the problem. Give your thoughts and emotions
> > towards the solutions. That feeling that "All is lost" goes away when you
> > start looking and acting. Desperation to find a light to turn on to show
> > the way should be replaced with the understanding we all have a light on in
> > the attic. We look to there but you have only yourself to walk your steps.
> > Some may hold a gun at the problem, others may hold a hammer and nail at
> > the solutions. No wrong way. No right way. Just your way. Stop worrying.
> > Start laughing. :) do what feels right, not what is expected.
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