The Assumption of Inevitability
The second component of our thinking we come across when we look at the condition through which we’re perceiving financial lightwork is the assumption that the situations we’re addressing in the world are inevitable.
It’s inevitable that there be poor people in the world. It’s inevitable that some people will be homeless. It’s inevitable that some people fall through the cracks. Werner says:
“It is not true that things are inevitable. What is true is that we perceive the world through a condition – through an unconscious, unexamined structure of beliefs – which has a component called inevitability.
“You just know that, ‘If hunger could have ended, wouldn’t we have ended it by now?’ It must be that when you have human beings, you have hunger. Like death and taxes, it has to be tolerated.” (1)
Intellectual knowledge of our filter is not enough.
“You have to first see for yourself that you have been looking through these two filters [i.e., realized knowledge].
“It is impossible to ever get clear about anything until you first truly clear yourself. You need to see that 15 million of us do not die as a consequence of hunger each year because hunger and starvation are inevitable.
“These deaths are not inevitable, any more than slavery was inevitable, any more than smallpox or polio was inevitable.”
We have two factors in our favor: (1) We’ve been clearing ourselves for as long as we’ve been awake to the Nova Earth scenario and (2) the rising energies, now yielding to gamma rays, the Ascension energies, are lifting us to vibratory levels where our filters are of themselves naturally falling away. In other words, we’re progressively waking up.
Tomorrow I’d like to look at what Werner calls the assumption of no solutions.
(Continued in Part 4.)
(1) All quotes are from the Hunger Project, Ending Starvation: Creating an Idea Whose Time Has Come. San Francisco: The Hunger Project, 1977.