This is a tough post for me to wrap my head around (as the saying goes). Be generous with anger? Does that mean spread your anger around?
Interesting choice of photo. That can't be real blood in that photo (too red) or a real crime scene. Right? If their were injured bleeding people in that space how were they removed without any footprints, stretcher wheel marks, drag marks etc? What's up with that photo?
Spreading anger speaks to its destination. Just give it all away, to no longer have any. Let it find its own destinations, after it's gone.
These are plenty of drag marks. Possibly there were no stretchers and stepping around pools of liquid is not difficult. Blood does not turn brown immediately. Dead bodies don't bleed, and not much before reaching that state in certain rapidly induced circumstances.
The significance of the photo? Our GAGs see us do things like this to one another as much as what most of us prefer to see. The victims and perpetrators of this scene all have Guardians Guides, too.
Are you saying these deaths are examples of "accidents" for the souls involved as opposed to planned events between the incarnated soul(s) and their GAGs? If it was planned then the GAGs know/knew what they would see as the choice of death and agreed to be there. On the one hand we should let anger go to its destination but on the other hand we understand the choice of the soul(s) involved decide individually and collectively the choice of their death(s) -even me slightly as an third party observer or something, since I'm writing again about it? For this to be in our reality we are in agreement with it on some level I guess.
To your first line question, both and to the last line of your comment, yes.
Just love this subject, many re-reading required to understand it all.
Where is the blood in these 3 photos?
I am sure Linda H was referring to the Home Page photo at the top.
The blood in the 3 photos is gone (Marx) hidden or invisible (The Dalai Lama) and long, long gone (Buddha), respectively.
Fascinating Post with plenty to contemplate.
Some of the top things that come to mind are:
Quite interesting to see TC speak (somewhat) like Yoda, when discussing Buddha, Wondering if related, they are.
Many humans seem to thrive on lending energy to the tug of war of left & right politics, assuming with all the yelling and arguing, one day their side of the chosen spectrum will win out and Utopia it will be.
--- however, I've never seen a bird flying with only it's left wing or right wing in tact. Effective flight, requires a balanced approach between both the left and right wings.
--- The same goes with humans, we strive for balance throughout our lives (i.e. work/life balance, a balanced diet, etc.), but then move to an out of balanced position politically and consider it normal (& expected) to chose a side and therefore, do so without question. Like picking a sporting team to align with and root for.
Really loved the last bit about being collectively individual (my words). Go on with your bad selves and "be you, while you do what you want to do". Good advice for a more functional world..
Finally, to paraphrase Pink Floyd .... All in all, don't blindly become just another brick in the wall.
Thank you TC & Patrick. Grateful, I Be.
The American people considered your points Tim, and chose a political stranger to lead government, from outside politics except as a big donor who bought the influence for business interests. The bricks declared mutiny on the wall, while we still could, and decided to build one to not restrain but protect themselves. Not every brick agreed, of course; Democracy has a way of revealing this.
Amazing how this man was a Russian agent all along.
I am about to read the latest channeling, but WHAT IS THIS PHOTOGRAPH? -Lorri runs screaming from the building.-
The photograph is an opportunity. Not everyone is aware or takes advantage, ever stingy with anger, keeping it all for themselves until the cup overflows.
Greetings, my friends. I hope you are all well.
Marx said this in 1875 "From each according to his ability, to each according to his need."
This strikes me as the ideal way to organise society as it treats people equally and makes no judgement of their value to society or resources they need to thrive. Doesn't this mirror the non-hierarchical structure and non-judgemental nature of the Spirit dimensions? If we can marry such an economy with an element of free choice to be who and what we want to be, perhaps we have Utopia. Heaven on Earth.
I can't help thinking that the dog eat dog capitalism we see in our respective countries does not lend itself to encouraging loving kindness. It seems to set people against against each other and countries against each other in a never-ending cold war over jobs, riches and resources.
Perhaps we will see Utopia one day, but by that point the Earth phase of our spiritual development may be complete and we will have no further need to come here.
"...If we can marry such an economy with an element of free choice... WE CAN, keep government out of economic affairs and the people will achieve it. Lovers of the power (influence, power thus MONEY) a government can provide, will seek perfection (which conveniently does not exist, how about that?) and hold it up its absence as example of what requires fixing. Government to the rescue.....
Capitalism is simply a system, a bow & an arrow are together, a weapon. What is DONE with this system is what matters.
The dog eat dog effect is what PEOPLE choose to do with them, and the canine-inclined among us will find a way to do it under any arrangement. Marxist nations are LOADED with this.
No taxes AT ALL. Government services by voluntary fee ONLY. A nation of citizens unable or unwilling to put sufficient resources into effective defense will be overrun.
"Close interactions with physical beings of different frequencies can cause incongruence and physical discomfort for both; this happens on Earth with electricity. There is a proportional effect based upon relative mass and distance of and between two incongruent beings. Incongruence is the range, beyond which a physical being cannot adapt beyond a certain gravimagnetic force, strength or intensity.
There is a tendency for the faster vibration to be dragged slower by the approaching or encroaching being's energy field, just as the slower is accelerated by the energy field of the faster."
It is very popular in our culture and also in spiritually-focused groups to advise people to avoid those people who drag us down. It is said that it's better to hang with people who lift you up and energize you.
I do feel that some people suck the energy right out of me. I sometimes feel I am propping up someone who will actively look for the negative in any situation. At the end of the conversation, they feel a little better and I am drained like a dead battery.
What does The Committee say about these interactions? Is it better to avoid these people as is commonly thought? Or is it better to interact with them, help them out, and maybe we learn how not to be drained?
If draining yourself is help, you might want continue but if "help" consistently feels like a one-way street where you are always going the wrong way, travel elsewhere.
Very nice questions.
Should the Dalai Lama's Tibet embrace the left wing politics of collectivism or the right wing politics of individualism, as they move toward national sovereignty?
Should the Chinese, who follow what they learned from the Europeans and Americans only a century from their own genocide of the Native American people with their materialism and industrial colonialism, choose a right or left policy in their continued oppression?
What does the Committee say about the Dalai Lama's middle way? What is the future of Tibet, its people and culture?
What of the avatar of the archangel Avalokiteshvara?