Kathleen reminds me that we’re here to heal everything.
I think the only way I can approach hearing the news that’s now breaking out around the world – of widespread arrests of leading government figures, attempts of states to break away from countries, the workings of the deep state in all its sickening detail revealed – is to come from the context of healing everything.
We’re about to have collective and personal trauma visited on many of us when we learn of our country’s leadership or complicity in the many atrocities that stand to be revealed.
International pedophile/murder rings. Organ harvesting. Genocide. The international drug trade. Assassinations. False-flag operations. Smuggling.
This is our mafia, not their mafia.
The only posture I know of that’s adequate to handle the personal trauma and disappointment involved in letting the truth in is to take an immediate healing posture. Healing ourselves, first and foremost and then turning our attention to healing everything else around us.
Most of the perpetrators were victims themselves, as K also reminds me. This kind of victimization is a gift that keeps on giving.
Love and healing are the same thing. Both are universal in their outflow. They don’t discriminate between people.
If healing energy doesn’t discriminate, how can we? Our healing outflow of the loving energy should also be to all.
My aim is to stop the cycle of abuse, here. For that, everyone needs to be forgiven and given a fresh start. No, not people who are a danger to the public. But everyone up to that point.
That doesn’t mean every action has to be forgiven. Some behavior is genuinely harmful and should not be tolerated. Rape is an example. I may oppose the behavior while loving the person.
As a global society, we have to call the conflict that ensues all around us to a halt. That’s the very first thing.
I’ve traced it back to perhaps 1200 BC. Since that time, Earth’s civilizations have been constantly warring with one another.
After bringing this incessant conflict to a halt, we need to look closely at what it would take to keep the peace.
And then we need to keep it.