As I continue to work with the collective consciousness of various nations I gain more confidence in deciphering a particular way of thinking or cultural imprints in their psyche, the way societies work as a unit. For just like each of us is their own soul purpose or a divine blueprint, playing a particular ‘role’ in the magnificence of creation, so are societies collectively. Each nation or race has an agreement with the Cosmos (and itself) to play a particular role in the evolution and/or ascension of The Whole.
Someone from metaphysical circle quizzed me recently about my Brighton adventure. They wanted to know if re-opening the crusted energies of IRA bombing could have in any way triggered events in Paris that followed shortly after. I was intrigued by this way of thinking but still saw it as linear.The fact is, even if the subconscious currents play a pivotal role in orchestrating what emerges in the physical, the collective events have hundreds of different influences shaping them, from the visible to the cosmic. The events of 2015 have been centuries in the making, certain things are simply inevitable. Does it help to know that the alignment of planets is similar to that of 2008, when the financial crisis hit us?
It’s enough to look around – US, under the emblem of democratisation and bringing order to the countries of its choice, militarises itself by planting its weapons in Europe and Middle East. These weapons will never be indexed against US. An excellent and disastrous tactic. Of course US is itching to sink its militarised tentacles into the Ukrainian soil – right under the nose of the dragon it knows very little about – Russia. US, like a 17 year old who thinks he knows everything about life is teasing a ruler who has support of 80% of Russian population. Even in sport opponents respect each other – in politics idiocy prevails. Nothing new, only when these two giants collide, it will be the mainland Europe that suffers. Yet again. Oh the joys of the collective karmic cycles. One Merkel seems grounded but is she also a redeemer?
However, cynical as I sound, I have never understood my work as preventative. For me it is only natural that Earth, while balancing itself and expanding, will clear the excess of human population. War or major global conflict would serve or assist that purpose. It’s similar in mechanism to an illness, or a cough when body is ridding itself of toxins, releasing what no longer builds it or serves our purpose. From the karmic point of view I don’t believe it serves evolution for humans to go without reaping the consequences of their continuous rape which they perform on the planet.
And just like an illness, conflict is neither good or bad, just a part of the process. At this stage of our evolution it is offered as a catalyst. Our attitude towards it determines if we learn or deny the lessons it brings. When conflict is understood, a great clarity, truth and respect can arise from it. But I’d stress – when understood, and this faculty of our minds is rarely applied globally. Moralities, codes of conduct, laws – plenty of those but true understanding is scarce in the collective human psyche. As far as I can see.
And a bucketful of laughter for the one who challenges my point of view and corrects my thinking.
Observing the events that had been taking place on the international stage for some time has been both fascinating and discouraging to say the least. Says she, sat in the warmth of her home in Scotland, remote from all the tragic events ripping mainland Europe apart.
It is with a fair dose of scepticism that I approach activists for peace and peacemakers. Partly because keeping the concept of peace alive also keeps its opposite alive. ‘Peace’ cannot exist without war, its existence relies on existence of its opposite. Also, war has been reaping great results, in different fields and forms for over a century. WWI was the beginning of globalization as we know it today. From a practical point of view, when we look at war as a business, and a profitable one, peace is simply not competitive. It has no leg to stand on, for it is sustained mainly by ideals.
Existence of armed conflict serves the perpetuation of power as currently perceived by respective governments. Great care is put into ensuring that war and conflict are part of our civilized (??) culture. Many societies and their identities rely on them. Armed conflict is intrinsically interwoven in our psyche and social systems; the current economic system being its major and mutual benefactor. Citizens’ taxes contribute to war. Both the young who are programmed by violent computer games and adults hypnotized by mass media contribute to war and by default will ensure its continuity. It is a beast created by humans that got a life of its own and is about to get out of human control.
Yet, perhaps another global destruction is what is needed for us to understand our purpose or help us perish. Nature doesn’t mind either way. Understandably.
“World peace? These are the only 11 countries in the world that are actually free from conflict” Independent,18 August 2014, Click to read the full article.