I always wonder how to raise a person's vibration frequency, because I could never find the frequency nob on my body. So, it is all in the person's mind (or heart): be more loving.
Everyone loves agreement with his own wish and belief, the challenge is to love disagreement or dissent. Love includes loving those who dissents or disagrees or even opposes to oneself. A further challenge is to avoid the tyranny of political correctness.
About the use of drugs. I thought the human body is capable of receiving a vast amount of signals, but blocks are built-in in most people to ignore many signals. For example, most people do not perceive spirits (ghost) wandering around, because the blocks are in place. And some drugs remove these blocks, and so some users claim to experience 'god' or 'heaven' as a result. Of course, their ability to process the extra senses may also be hampered by the drugs.
If all blocks are removed and we are able to consciously perceive and communicate with the spiritual realm at all time, it takes away the purpose of incarnation. But it is human nature to want to pierce the veil and find answers to mystery of life. (I know, the esteemed GAG will probably say that there is no mystery, and we have full access when we communicate with our own GAG every night in our sleep, except we forget about that when we wake up.)
That means a serial killer works out his plan on the next victim with his GAG every night in his sleep, all in the name of fulfilling his life contract/plan. That doesn't sound right to me. (And oh sh-t, I am suppose to love the serial killer or rapist, too. My inability to do so partly explains my low vibration frequency.)
Nicely written, Stephen! About loving the serial killer or rapist; I don't think that is possible outright, but maybe get there by feeling compassion and empathy? It must be horrible to have strong urges that you know will result in the harming of other people, and ultimately harming your self because of regret. It's difficult to see that someone would choose to be attracted to children for example, so I believe it's just something some people have to live with. Must be absolutely hell to have to look at children the same way a heterosexual man looks at an attractive woman! So I have compassion for this, even though any action taken toward fulfilling a fantasy in this regard, I will condemn. So I guess I'm saying that I believe you can love the person who is the rapist, but hate the actions performed by him/her. Compassion is love, and it's easy to have compassion for people who are obviously struggling - even if they are making horrible decisions, compassion for not having the right tools/mindset/upbringing to make love-based decisions instead of ones made from a fear based perspective.
Luke 23:34 - Jesus said, "Father forgive them, for they know not what they do." Therefore, it is possible to love a sinner but his sin.
But the scenario painted is different: the GAG of the serial killer and the killer, the victim and the victim's GAG, they all get together the night before and plan out the 'act' when the killer will kill, and the victim will walk into the trap, at a scheduled time and venue. There is a script and everyone plans out and rehearses the forth coming event.
I don't know what to think. Is life is just an act, and everyone participates for the experience? No difference between a saint or a criminal, they are just actors for their parts. Therefore, there is never an issue on morality, per se? If you play Hitler, you are suppose to kill millions; if you play Mother Teresa, you are suppose to save thousands.
If so, raising one's vibration frequency by being more loving is futile. You just play your part in your life contract (destiny). If you play a criminal, you are suppose to rape and pillage; if you play a victim, hope you like being tortured? These are all valuable experience that each of us signed up for before incarnation.
@ Stephen: Love for the person and her/his soul doesn't mean also loving and being required to love, like, accept or tolerate everything they do. You & we can hate those things but still love, accept and be compassionate.
Consider the history of dispossession, i.e. penal colonies.
I find it challenging with the people I live with because they are miserable and stubborn and stuck in there ways. I do love them, but they are also the easiest to make me angry or pissed off but that's just because I know they could behave better if they wanted to, but they just seem to like being the way they are.
I can totally feel for your situation. My parents were so stubborn, set in their ways, miserable, very weird according to “society “.
My father had a narcissistic personality disorder, my mother was borderline personality disorder. They were both emotionally unavailable but yet depended on me alone out of 5 girls, I am the youngest, to fill their needs. Especially when they got older.
I learned one thing about the whole life long mess. I learned to see or walk in their shoes per se. they had a lot worse childhood than I so I found compassion for them and how they were. Their upbringing made them who they were and I finally accepted that.
I learned, for the most part, to accept them as they were. (Very irritating and a pain in the ass) Most of the learning sadly came after they passed but a lot through my life also.
I hope for you the same only to find it in yourself before they pass. It was a long 3 years for me of grieving, anger, depression.
I wish you lightness in your heart and ease in your situation 💜💜💜
I was talking to someone who did some bad things to animals when he was young. He killed an owl in a cage by stabbing it with arrows - basically tortured it to death. That was the worst thing he did, and I can't wrap my head around it.
He did other things like shoot a bird out of the air for no reason, throw a knife at a bunny (he missed).
He regrets his actions bitterly now, and asks himself what he was thinking. I said it always seemed to me that people who hurt animals for fun, must think of them as wind-up toys instead of living beings with a personality, likes and dislikes, and a life to live.
He said, "YES!" that exactly how he thought then. He didn't really ever consider the interior life that animals have. He was never taught how to care for an animal. His family had a dog once, but that dog was just left out in the yard with no interaction.
Eventually, the family gave the dog away to a relative, and when he was in his teens, he happened to visit the relative by chance. As he approached the front door, the dog smelled him from behind the gate and let out an emotional howl of recognition. After years of no contact, the dog was so happy to see him.
It was the very first time in his life that he realized an animal had a memory and could feel emotional longing. The dog died not long afterward, and he kicked himself for ignoring the dog when it lived with him. He said he had forgotten the dog, but the dog never forgot him.
I guess that gives some insight how "bad" people's minds work. He is overall a very generous and giving person, but he just had a simplistic view of animals growing up. He didn't know they have strong feelings. He said he would never do those things now, and he's ashamed of his younger self.
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