Fear or Peace?
Due to recent events, it is imperative that we examine the effects of vibrations, as a whole, on the human consciousness.
Most of us are deeply affected by the shooting in Las Vegas. By far, the majority of us are also focused on the madness of an individual, and the individual himself who carried out this abomination.
As the days pass, politicians and media will assuredly attempt to assign blame for what occurred. No doubt, it will be politicized for some time. There will be many debates and accusations. In the end, the likelihood is they will only cause further divisions and fear. No matter what the investigations conclude, they will not consider the vibrations created by the consciousness of the general population.
We, on this planet, have become well-embedded in the frequency of fear, to the point of worship.
Politicians spend hundreds of millions of dollars with the sole purpose of convincing you that there is danger around every corner and in every shadow, so that you may be afraid of anyone who is not on the same team — and only they can protect you. In order to counter the vibration of fear, we are convinced by political rhetoric that we must be strong and we must be tough, because surely the threat is there.
With this propaganda, in time the fear is transformed into hatred, in order to mask the fear within our own hearts.
We continuously search for reasons to be fearful of our brothers and sisters, and we find wrong in the smallest differences. We huddle in groups and exchange the reasons for fear, continuously adding to the vibration of fear, and giving greater and greater resources to the vibration of hatred.
No matter how great the vibrations of fear and hate amplify, for most of us they will simply make us very uncomfortable. Some will use antidepressants to cope; others will buy guns and turn their homes into fortresses. Those who choose to deal with these vibrations through drugs or intoxicants will create the frequency of indifference; those who choose a paramilitary approach will further amplify the fear and hatred.
The majority of people on this planet are vibrating in fear, terror, hatred, or indifference.
This energy is accumulative, and, in its reality, has been accumulating for thousands of years. Because of our new communications networks on this planet, we now share our fear and terror instantly around the world. This has resulted in a compression of terror in the global consciousness. Although most are conscious enough not to act with violent aggression toward another, there are those people who are deeply empathic — they will absorb this energy like a sponge. The energy will become so compressed within themselves, that they will become mad and turn their fear and hatred into violence against the innocent.
This situation cannot be fixed by politicians, it cannot be fixed by the temples, and it cannot be fixed by blaming your next-door neighbor or people on the other side of our borders. The hatred exists because we aren’t satisfied within ourselves, and we bear little witness to the beauty around us. We want to make everything right by making everyone just like us.
I saw this with great clarity when my heart and mind opened into the infinite.
I saw one ugly energy feeding on another. I saw the hatred of the global consciousness pour into the heart of Adolph Hitler, and over 50 million people died as a result of it. Only an individual can create a frequency within themselves, void of hatred. Only an individual can manifest a frequency of peace or beauty within themselves. Just as we look for reasons within our community to fear or hate, we must look within our communities for peace, comfort, gentleness — and yes, love.
It is more imperative today than ever before in history, no matter which religion, spiritual path or political path one chooses, that we endeavor to find gentleness and compassion within our own hearts. As long as we reach out to change others, we neglect our own consciousness, and thereby neglect our own vibrational frequency.
The best way any of us can help our neighbors and brothers and sisters around the world is by putting our fear to rest. We must all stop looking to be angry, and for reasons to be afraid. We must stop creating terror within our own hearts.
We must break the addiction to fear and hatred.
It seems as though the majority of the world now lust in fear and hatred. If we continue with this addiction, the abominations will continue. All wars, no matter where on earth and which excuse is given, are instigated by the accumulated vibrations of one tribe hating another. You cannot demand of your tribe that they should all be at peace; the result of that will simply be greater division, even within your own people.
It all comes down to the individual heart. It is hard today, if one is to be honest with oneself, to truly love your brothers and sisters; but, as I have mentioned in the past, it is the responsibility of every man, woman and child to work toward not hating.
We must ask ourselves, what value is there within the frequency of hatred?
Why do so many wait in fear and terror for the so-called end times? Why do so many wait for the collapse of one society or another? These are simply the results of the global consciousness of fear. It is only the individual who can change this.
It is fine to pray or meditate for peace, but it is far more important that an individual focus on peace within their own heart.
You can start by taking note of your cravings to find the latest demonstration of violence, persecution, or political discourse. How often does one pick up their electronic device to find the latest conflict, whether through the news media, gossip on Facebook, or dire warnings transmitted by the latest tweet. Take note of how often you use your device for such a purpose. Perhaps it is better to send a picture of a beautiful sunset or of a smiling child. Perhaps through a tweet, we can bring together our neighbors and share what we have with each other.
Those of you who troll the social medias for the sole purpose of bullying another should take note of the harm you may do to that person. Those of you who may feel noble in attacking the ignorance of a troll should instead encourage the person who is being attacked or bullied to continue expressing themselves, without attacking the bully. If we are to stop violence, we must stop looking for it in our expressions. Our new social medias, just as they provide a platform for ugliness, so too, do they provide an infinite archive of beauty. Sometimes when I get overloaded with the conflicts around me, I may go on YouTube and look at some feel-good videos.
For instance, I recently found on my feeds a video called “Rich Kids”. It was a young man around twenty, who was obviously very wealthy. He decided to find three homeless people and give each of them $10,000 in cash. It made him feel so good, that he intends to do it often. Watching that video connected me to many more videos where individuals decide to commit random acts of kindness to help strangers.
This is what will fix Earth: the individual. Organizations may assist, but it is the individual heart that will make a difference.
Imagine a tweet going super-viral, affecting hundreds of millions of people around the world. On a designated day, millions of people would carry out random acts of kindness toward a complete stranger. Just imagine the vibration that would create. I’m willing to bet that hundreds of millions of people would awaken from their beds full of joy, even though they did not participate in this exercise.
So powerful would be the vibration of millions of people around the globe, simultaneously carrying out random acts of kindness toward strangers, that the vibration of kindness would be infused into the global consciousness. The empathic people on the planet would absorb that energy, like a sponge. Those who are full of hate would perhaps put their guns away, and instead choose to plant a garden or even dedicate themselves to acts of kindness toward others.
Let us all find ways to feel good about each other. Let us stop attacking each other at every opportunity, and find ways to help each other with sincerity from our hearts and minds.
Without government or organizations, let us find (no matter how small) the spark in our own hearts. Let’s cultivate that spark until it ignites a flame within us — a flame of beauty. Perhaps the vibrational frequency, which that flame emits, will cause others around you to vibrate with peace and kindness in their hearts — and they, too, will affect another’s heart.
And we can change the vibration on this planet, together, by individuals taking responsibility within their own hearts and breaking the addiction to fear. We can all beat our swords into plows.
Be at peace.
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Originally published at www.apexenergymasters.com on October 4, 2017.