Domination is the bane of the human condition. In the beginning, God bestowed domination upon us over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth (Genesis 1:26).
Then we fell and it all went to hell in a handbasket, and our ego determined to dominate everything and everyone, each other, and our selves.
Of course, we can’t dominate everything or everyone, because some people are more powerful than we are, so we seek to dominate everything and everyone that we can. In the event that our attempts to dominate someone or something is unsuccessful, we play the part of the abused victim but find a renewed sense of superiority by finding something that we can dominate.
There’s an obsession with domination wrestling to exercise itself within all of us, and it’s gotten out of control.
If you’ve been dominated by someone or something and you’re unable to find someone or something to usurp your authority over, you want to destroy someone or something, if that is not an option, the least you can do is put someone down, or so something disrespectful… something.
Of course, not all of us want to dominate or destroy everything. Some of us have either refused or given up on the idea of demonstrating our ability to have dominion over someone, these are the martyrs.
This is the cycle of domination. We are the dominated, the dominators, the martyrs.
Many of us are unaware that we are being dominated by others who exercise their domination with the most effective sleight of hand. Smoke and mirrors keep us distracted and obscure the high-level domination that has been taking place every day for thousands of years.
You can see how the cycle of domination has terrorized and caused great suffering to our planet, all life upon it, as well as among countries, peoples, races, families, and personality types, affecting all relationships in a destructive manner.
Some of us are breaking the cycle and putting the ego on notice. We’re opting out of this cycle of domination.
This is part of the evolution of the human race.
We are coming to the realization and beginning to see that we are caught up in this cycle of domination.
If you’ve opted out, you don’t seek to dominate others. Instead, you are the supporters and edifiers, seeking to find your own source of power without having to usurp your authority or dominion over others.
Destruction is not present within your personal vibration as you seek to love and edify yourself and others.
This is the current state of affairs of the new evolution of the human race. Domination, violence, and control are the unsustainable virtues of the human race which will only lead to our eventual extinction.
Love begets love and life flourishes in love’s vibration.
There’s a new world coming, full of life, love, peace, and harmony.
And you, yes you, are an integral part of this burgeoning evolution… if you dare.