Are you accusing others? What does that say about you?
Many spiritual leaders and people who are amidst the awakening process, those who would like to be considered as spiritually mature are quick to point out the things that are wrong with the world. Because they are starting to see that things are not always as they appear, or not as they’ve been told things are.
Undoubtedly, it is reasonable to be upset when you begin to discover how you may have been manipulated since the moment you took your first breath. No one would blame you for protesting when you start to understand and see the world from a different perspective.
Every moment of every day you are exposed to content that is intended to knock you off balance, to distract you, or derail you from pursuing your life’s purpose, message, passion, and mission. Furthermore, if the content can impact you enough emotionally, the purveyors of this content are hoping to elicit a negative response from you.
If they can, and you respond negatively, your response – even if it is against the information you’ve been exposed to – helps to promote their cause and makes it more powerful. In essence, they have won, and the energy which you’ve added to the very thing which you’ve pushed against becomes more pervasive as it grows and expands.
Now, this may be your mission. If you are a spiritual warrior and it is your calling to fight against the machine, then this is you, it’s who you are, but if your purpose in life is to fulfill some other function in this life, then any attention you pay to this negativity is distracting you from achieving your highest and best.
When you are exposed to the madness, acknowledge it, because you cannot be ignorant of it, and know that there are those who are called to fight the battle. It is their mission, not yours. You can support those who are fighting the fight or you can support the opposing solution, but do not let this activity dissuade you from moving forward in those things that are the most meaningful for you, the things that bring you meaning, fulfillment, happiness, and joy.
An interesting thing is happening here…
Why do you think we are bombarded by this emotionally-charged distracting information every second of every day?
Could it be to keep you from looking in the mirror, or deep within one’s self?
Within the community of awakening evolutionaries a common key to accessing and participating in the expansive metamorphosis of this next phase of human transformation is the ability to
Look Beyond and Within
As long as you can stay focused on others outside of yourself, when could you ever have the time to stop and look within yourself?
The more you can keep looking at and calling out others for being bad or wrong, the more difficult it will be for you to evolve. The activity of constantly pointing and shaking your finger at others prevents your potential evolution.
I have heard so many reports from those who are now actively deeply involved in the evolutionary process, who agree,
You are unable to break through the mental, physical, and spiritual membrane which appears to be impenetrable while you are focused on those thought patterns and things that keep us separated.
What do you think? When you look at society, as it is today, do you think we are more likely to focus on others or to be more introspective?
This absence of introspection is an egotistic stance of superiority that helps to isolate us from others. This seeing of myself better or superior to someone else, keeps us separated, and cements your position in the unevolved human status. Note also that the accusation of others is more often than not an illogical form of hypocrisy.
It’s very strange. Uneducated people call others stupid. Overweight people call other people fat. People with addictions accuse others with addictions of being weak. People who believe anything they are told, call others mindless sheep. People who have deep-seated pain from their past, ridicule others who express any concern from their past.
It goes on and on… we keep focusing on others, with constant attention pointed outward, rarely, if ever, looking within. If you do get a moment to look within, you can easily justify your own weaknesses, while you turn your attention outward again, because it’s so easy to find someone else who is worse off than you.
It’s so easy to throw stones at others. Looking within? Not so much.
I love the wisdom in the (John 8:7) challenge of Jesus,
Let he who is without sin cast the first stone
Am I accusing you? No. I see me in you. In many ways, we are the same, and we are all in a constant shifting phase of being and becoming. I love that. We’re all just doing the best we can with what we have.
God bless you.
I love us.