Flash is both the name of a current show on Hulu and the name of the superhero starring in the show. He is able to move at incredibly fast speeds. Firestorm is both the name of a project a physicist was working on in the show, Flash, and the name of the superhero that results from a supercollider experiment gone very wrong.
A brief intro to F.I.R.E.S.T.O.R.M.:
“The original Firestorm was distinguished by his integrated dual identity. High school student Ronnie Raymond and Nobel Prize-winning physicist Martin Stein were caught in a nuclear accident that allowed them to fuse into the “nuclear man” Firestorm. Due to Stein’s being unconscious during the accident, Raymond was prominently in command of the Firestorm form with Stein a voice of reason inside his mind, able to offer Raymond advice on how to use their powers without actually having any control over their dual form. Banter between the two was a hallmark of their adventures. Initially Stein was completely ignorant of their dual identity, leaving him concerned about his unusual disappearances and blackouts, but Ronnie was eventually able to convince him of the truth, allowing them to bond as separate individuals rather than as parts of a whole.” http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Firestorm_(comics)
The back story of the Firestorm character was recently explored in the last few episodes of Flash. Flash and his fellow teammates, consisting of physicists, engineers and a person with medical expertise, were solving the problem of how to separate the two blended consciousnesses of Ronnie and Prof. Stein. When blended, they are Firestorm, a character that can shoot fire from his limbs and fly like a rocket. The team succeeded in separating Stein and Ronnie so,that they appeared once again in their original, separate bodies.
But a side effect is that they are still connected. Their consciousnesses are still interacting so that they can feel eachother and share images. They are psychically linked. What’s interesting is the portrayal of how consciousnesses that interact effect eachother. For example, Ronnie needed to communicate to Stein, so he carved a word, with a knife, into his forearm. This was felt by Stein, and he could see the results on how own forearm. The idea behind this is that in order for a consciousness to make another consciousness feel something, the initiating consciousness must make himself feel it first. Ronnie had to cut himself in order for Stein to feel it. The metaphysical idea, as applied to consciousness outside of the comic book portrayal, is that a consciousness (not incarnated in a human body), cannot hurt another consciousness (being) unless he hurts himself. So beings are disinclined to hurt other for this reason.
This is a self regulating mechanism for ensuring people don’t hurt eachother. This, of course does not apply to the physical body. Someone can use their body to hurt another body without hurting their own, like shooting someone. But the consciousness in the body doing the harm, is hurting himself if hurting another with the intent of causing harm. For example, a crime motivated by hartred. One person hates another, stabs or shoots the other, maybe rapes a woman, all with the intent to really hurt someone. Their consciousness, filled with negative thoughts, is actually experiencing pain. Those thoughts are self-inflicted pain that they then use to inflict pain on another.
The victim’s consciousness is not hurt, if in human form, only their physical body. Unless the victim begins to think and feel negative thoughts about the incident. If they were physically abused and raped, they might entertain negative thoughts which produce negative feeling, thereby harming themselves. If they let go of the incident and refrain from negative thought, their consciousness is unharmed, they remain positive energy, a positive thinking individual even if their body was harmed.
So people (beings), not in a dense human body, interacting as consciousness in physicality, feel the physical impression of eachother because the physical energy of the physical reality is vibrating according to the thoughts and beliefs of the individual being. This is a much less dense feeling sense of physical form than a very dense human body. And the people interacting at this level of density can feel the energy of their thoughts as opposed to us, the beings incarnated in dense bodies. And they cannot hurt someone else unless they hurt themselves. The danger for humans is that we are less aware of the connection of our thoughts to the physical impression they create in physicality because we cannot directly feel it. We are buffered by dense bodies. Our consciousness is interacting directly with the body, integrated with it so that the body expresses the results of our thoughts instead of us feeling the vibrational energy.
So what a non-incarnated being might perceive as a hurtful vibration, the body would express as tears or pain. The benefit of experiencing ourselves this way is that we can actually see the effects of the vibrational energy and understand how we may be hurting ourselves. Otherwise, we would not know (in a state without a human body) unless someone was interacting with us, felt our energy and said, “ow, you hurt”. With bodies, we can see it for ourselves or feel it without someone else having to feel it.
What’s interesting to see in Flash is the demonstration of how consciousness is effected by eachother when we interact without bodies. Because it s their consciousnesses interacting, not their bodies. The principles of reality are often portrayed in the shows and movies we watch. Just about every movie and tv show contains illustrations of concepts of our existence as consciousness and how life is once we shed these bodies. And the interactions we experience in these bodies on Earth are reflective of the interactions we experience after life on Earth. As in, we take ourselves with us when we leave the body. The same thoughts and feelings, the same consciousness. Where ever we go, there we are. So our existence here is every bit as ‘spiritual’ as our existence outside of the perception through the human body.
Hopefully this view point of our relationship to our bodies will become part of the common sense of human knowledge. Our bodies are of the Earth and are on loan to us so that we can experience ourselves as separate individuals. In this way can we really see ourselves and understand who we are. Thank you Earth for this gift. Thank you Dan for your insight.
WHEN YOU IMAGINED THIS UNIVERSE into being, you also imagined a physical body. One that you identified with as being your own, separate and distinct from others. You became very attached to this entity, always trying to protect it from harm and emotional distress. All this deepened the delusion of ‘Who You Think You Are’… YOU must see through you.
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Here is an excerpt from the phys.org site which takes a look at the spiritual philosophies of the scientists who began the study of quantum mechanics.
Does mysticism have a place in quantum mechanics today, or is the idea that the mind plays a role in creating reality best left to philosophical meditations? Harvard historian Juan Miguel Marin argues the former – not because physicists today should account for consciousness in their research, but because knowing the early history of the philosophical ideas in quantum mechanics is essential for understanding the theory on a fundamental level.
The controversy boils down to the age-old question of the nature of reality. As Einstein (a firm realist) once asked, does the moon exist only when looked at? Although such a viewpoint seems unlikely in our everyday lives, in quantum mechanics, physicists’ observations can sometimes affect what they’re observing on a quantum scale. As the famous Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics argues, we cannot speak about an objective reality other than that which is revealed through measurement and observation.
As Marin explains, the debate of consciousness in quantum theory began around 1927 when Einstein accused Neils Bohr of introducing a mysticism incompatible with science. Bohr denied the accusation and blamed it on Einstein misunderstanding him when he said that humans are both actors and observers in the world. Yet while Bohr believed that quantum processes occurred without the need for observers, he also sympathized with the idea that an extension of quantum theory might help in understanding consciousness.
Einstein, for his part, adamantly opposed any subjectivity in science. He disagreed with Bohr’s view that it is unscientific to inquire whether or not Schrödinger’s cat in a box is alive or dead before an observation is made. Einstein devoted much of his later life to searching for elements of reality to make quantum mechanics a theory based on realism. For instance, the EPR paradox (Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradox) thought experiment in 1935 attempted to restore realism and causality to the theory.
On the other hand, Wolfgang Pauli truly did harbor some of the views that Einstein accused Bohr of. Pauli favored a hypothesis of “lucid mysticism,” a synthesis between rationality and religion. He speculated that quantum theory could unify the psychological/scientific and philosophical/mystical approaches to consciousness. Pauli’s perspective was influenced by the philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer, whose views on reality were in turn influenced by Eastern religions.
Still other physicists had different views. Marin argues that Max Planck, an adherent of Christianity, framed the controversy as the objectivity of science and Christianity against the mysticism of Schopenhauer and his popularization of Buddhism and Hinduism. Planck considered religion (Christianity) and science compatible based on his opinion that they are both based on objectivity but refer to distinct facets of reality. Meanwhile, Paul Dirac rejected any kind of religious vocabulary, arguing that “religion is a jumble of false assertions with no basis in reality.”
The mysticism controversy also expanded into the public realm, starting in 1929 with first astrophysicist Arthur Eddington’s popular book The Nature of the Physical World. Although the book distorted many concepts, his defense of mysticism caught the attention of the international media. (Eddington was most famous for confirming Einstein’s theory of relativity by measuring an eclipse, which catapulted Einstein into fame.)
In the next few years Werner Heisenberg and Erwin Schrödinger leaned toward the side of mysticism, irritating Einstein and Planck. For others, the choice was not clear cut. Marin argues that the mathematician John Von Neumann intentionally used ambiguous terms when discussing the philosophy of quantum equations, meaning he could fit on either side. “He was a genius at linguistic innovation and came up with German terms that could support many different interpretations,” Marin said.
In 1958, Schrödinger, inspired by Schopenhauer from youth, published his lectures Mind and Matter. Here he argued that there is a difference between measuring instruments and human observation: a thermometer’s registration cannot be considered an act of observation, as it contains no meaning in itself. Thus, consciousness is needed to make physical reality meaningful. As Schrödinger concluded, “Some of you, I am sure, will call this mysticism. So with all due acknowledgement to the fact that physical theory is at all times relative, in that it depends on certain basic assumptions, we may, or so I believe, assert that physical theory in its present stage strongly suggests the indestructibility of Mind by Time.”
Read more at: http://phys.org/news163670588.html#jCp
For fun, (from Physics & Metaphysics)
Quantum Physics (Simplified)
Your consciousness affects the behavior of subatomic particles.
Particles move backwards as well as forwards in time,
and appear in all possible places at once.
The universe splits into parallel universes in which all possible events may occur.
Quantum Physics (Even More Simplified)
Question: “Is an electron a wave or a particle?”
Question: “Is the electron here or is it there?”
Question: “Which came first; the chicken or the egg?”
From Chapter 3 of An Introduction to Jung’s Psychology
Archetypes of the Collective Unconscious
The development of an attitude, either extraverted or introverted, and a function, is part of the process of living, of adapting ourselves to our world and making our mark in it. Unless there is some strong interference, we develop along the lines that are easiest to us, but we also like to ‘put our best foot foremost’. This means that we usually develop our best function, be it thinking or intuition, feeling or sensation, and at the same time have a strong tendency to conform to what is expected of us, to respond to education and social pressure, to behave in an accepted way. In this process much that rightly belongs to the personality is lost, or rather it is not lost but has simply been pushed away into unconsciousness; in psychological terms it has been repressed. Small children left to behave naturally are often lustful, acquisitive, and aggressive, and show all the tendencies that the adult is supposed to have grown or been educated out of. But the mistake of most educators, parents, teachers, and others, is to believe that they have really changed the nature of the children in their care, while all that has happened is that the disagreeable or inferior tendencies have been pushed into the background and forgotten, yet live on in the adult. This forgetting is often so successful that we come to believe that we are exactly as we appear to be, sometimes with disastrous results. These repressed tendencies belong to what Jung calls the personal unconscious, and far from withering away, as one might hope, they seem to be like neglected weeds that flourish in any forgotten corner of the garden.
The process of civilizing the human being leads to a compromise between himself and society as to what he should appear to be, and to the formation of the mask behind which most people live. Jung calls this mask the persona, the name given to the masks once worn by the actors of antiquity to signify the role they played. But it is not only actors who fill a role; a man who takes up a business or a profession, a woman who marries or chooses a career, all adopt to some extent the characteristics expected of them in their chosen position; it is necessary to do so in order to succeed. A business man will try to appear (and even to be) forceful and energetic, a professional man intelligent, a civil servant correct; a professional woman nowadays needs not only to appear intelligent but also well dressed, and a wife is required to be a hostess, a mother, a partner, or whatever her husband’s position demands.
Society expects, and indeed must expect, every individual to play the part assigned to him as perfectly as possible, so that a man who is a parson … must at all times … play the role of parson in a flawless manner. Society demands this as a kind of surety: each must stand at his post, here a cobbler, there a poet. No man is expected to be both … that would be ‘odd’. Such a man would be ‘different’ from other people, not quite reliable. In the academic world he would be a dilettante, in politics an ‘unpredictable’ quantity, in religion a free-thinker — in short, he would always be suspected of unreliability and incompetence, because society is persuaded that only the cobbler who is not a poet can supply workmanlike shoes.1
The persona is a collective phenomenon, a facet of the personality that might equally well belong to somebody else, but it is often mistaken for individuality. The actor or artist with long hair and casual clothes is looked on as someone unique — a personality — while often in fact he has simply adopted the dress and habits of all the other artists of his group. The friendliness and hospitality of Mrs. So-and-So the vicar’s wife, seem to spring from her boundless good nature, but in reality she adopted these ways when she married her husband believing that ‘a vicar’s wife should be the friend of all who need her’. To some extent, it is true, people choose the roles for which they feel best fitted, and to this degree the persona is individual, but it is never the whole man or woman. Human nature is not consistent, yet in filling a role it must appear so, and is therefore inevitably falsified.
The persona, however, is a necessity; through it we relate to our world. It simplifies our contacts by indicating what we may expect from other people, and on the whole makes them pleasanter, as good clothes improve ugly bodies.
People who neglect the development of a persona tend to be gauche, to offend others, and to have difficulty in establishing themselves in the world. There is always the danger, however, of identifying oneself with the role one fills, a danger that is not obvious when the role is a good one and fits the person well. Yet we often say with some concern ‘he plays a part’ or ‘she is not really like that at all’, for we are at least partly aware of the danger of living in a way that is not true to our real natures. Perhaps some crisis will occur which calls for flexibility or a completely new way of reacting, or a human situation may be reached where the lack of a genuinely individual emotional response spells tragedy. Elizabeth Bowen describes such a situation in The Death of the Heart, where the adults in the story are so locked in their conventional roles that they fail completely to understand the needs of a sensitive adolescent girl. Another danger is that too rigid a persona means too complete a denial of the rest of the personality, and all those aspects which have been relegated to the personal or belong to the collective unconscious.
Jung calls that other side of ourselves, which is to be found in the personal unconscious, the shadow. The shadow is the inferior being in ourselves, the one who wants to do all the things that we do not allow ourselves to do, who is everything that we are not, the Mr. Hyde to our Dr. Jekyll. We have an inkling of this foreign personality when, after being possessed by an emotion or overcome with rage, we excuse ourselves by saying, ‘I was not myself’, or ‘I really don’t know what came over me’. What ‘came over’ was in fact the shadow, the primitive, uncontrolled, and animal part of ourselves. The shadow also personifies itself: when we particularly dislike someone, especially if it is an unreasonable dislike, we should suspect that we are actually disliking a quality of our own which we find in the other person.
Friend do it this way – that is,
whatever you do in life,
do the very best you can
with both your heart and mind.
And if you do it that way,
the Power Of The Universe
will come to your assistance,
if your heart and mind are in Unity.
When one sits in the Hoop Of The People,
one must be responsible because
All of Creation is related.
And the hurt of one is the hurt of all.
And the honor of one is the honor of all.
And whatever we do effects everything in the universe.
If you do it that way – that is,
if you truly join your heart and mind
as One – whatever you ask for,
that’s the Way It’s Going To Be.
Passed down from White Buffalo Calf Woman
Sometimes also spelled “Lakhota,” this group consists of seven tribes who were known as warriors and buffalo-hunters. Sometimes called the Tetons, meaning “prairie dwellers,” the seven tribes include:
Ogalala (“they scatter their own,” or “dust scatterers”)
Sicangu or Brule (“Burnt Thighs”)
Hunkpapa (“end of the circle”),
Miniconjou (“planters beside the stream”),
Sihasapa or Blackfoot (Ntote confused with the separate Blackfoot tribe)
Itazipacola (or Sans Arcs: “without bows”)
Oohenupa (“Two Boilings” or “Two Kettle”)…
Based on the novel by Joe Hill, Horns is a supernatural thriller driven by fantasy, mystery and romance. The film follows Ig Perrish (Daniel Radcliffe, “Harry Potter” films), the number one suspect for the violent rape and murder of his girlfriend, Merrin (Juno Temple). Hungover from a night of hard drinking, Ig awakens one morning to find horns starting to grow from his own head and soon realizes their power drives people to confess their sins and give in to their most selfish and unspeakable impulses – an effective tool in his quest to discover the true circumstances of his late girlfriend’s tragedy and for exacting revenge on her killer. (c) Radius-TWC via Rotten Tomatoes
This is a synchronistic movie for me which aligns with stuff I’ve been going over in my head. Very soul based themes in this movie. The story revolves around the love of two,young people that seem to be true love or soul mates. The girl is murdered and the guy is accused of doing the deed. He is torn apart by the loss as the entire hellish town turns against him.
The young guy in love represents an honest soul. Someone who lives honestly by baring his soul to the world. He is naive and thinks the best of people, or sees them as they present themselves. As the town turns on him, blaming him for the murder of his true love, he is forced to face evil. There is plenty of evidence that shows him to be innocent, but the town is propelled by selfish greed to sacrifice him for their own benefit.
The esoteric theme is the depiction of life on A dysfunctional Earth for a naive, honest soul walking around egoless. It portrays how a person who is loving, when living according to his true self, can be persecuted to such an extent, people bring out energy of righteous indignation which is seen as the devil.
He is not using an ego to protect himself. He is confused about the absolute uncaring nature of everyone in his life. Then, one day he wakes up with horns protruding from his forehead. These horns provoke bizarre behavior from people he interacts with. They see the horns but don’t act surprised and are compelled to reveal what is honestly on their minds before him. Almost as if the young guy was harbor in the spirit of an archangel who compels people to speak truth. Except the truth is so vile that the towns people seem like the inhabitants of sodom or Gomorrah. And because of this, he is seen as a devil – he brings out the worst in them – their honest selves.
This goes with the idea of you get what you give. Or you receive a vibrational match to your energy. The town people were liars and betrayers of souls. So they were forced to face their demons through the innocent who was made to look as a devil. But, in hell, a place where people lie to themselves and other souls, causing suffering without remorse, an angel appears as a demon. The angel matches their energy, very negative energy, so they can experience consequences to their actions.
So the innocent who was falsely accused gets the answer he seeks to the question that torments his soul – who killed his true love? And serves justice to the murderer the only way a pure soul can – by exposing himself to pain and suffering until he acts in defense. Or by providing the negative soul with every opportunity to do what is right, and when attacked as the negative being refuses to do the right thing, lashes out in defense. Justice is served as the killer is killed.
The moral is that life on Earth can be a hellish experience for unaware people who walk around baring their souls. The solution for some is to cover the soul with an ego, but If you stay true, things work out in the end. As long as no value is placed on the body. The body is only for communication with other souls on Earth.
From the streets of Chicago to the far-flung galaxies whirling through space, “Jupiter Ascending” tells the story of Jupiter Jones (Mila Kunis), who was born under a night sky, with signs predicting she was destined for great things. Now grown, Jupiter dreams of the stars but wakes up to the cold reality of a job cleaning other people’s houses and an endless run of bad breaks. Only when Caine (Channing Tatum), a genetically engineered ex-military hunter, arrives on Earth to track her down does Jupiter begin to glimpse the fate that has been waiting for her all along-her genetic signature marks her as next in line for an extraordinary inheritance that could alter the balance of the cosmos. (C) Warner Bros via Rotten Tomatoes
I love science fiction. I could also say I devour science fiction. So in the epic sci-fi sense, this movie had the effects and galactic repercussions, with Earth at the center of the story. It held its own as a sci-fi story, but also had illustrations of the same ideas I write about here. It had cannibalism, soul mates, passion directed by the soul, follow your heart and don’t betray yourself stuff, negative beings who feed off Earth energy, re-incarnation, etc. But the most captivating part for me is the overall story of two people, who seem to be soul mates, baring their souls and risking their lives in a world filled with soulless cruelty.
Jupiter is apparently the re-incarnation of a mortal, but very long-lived dynasty. They can track the re-incarnation of a soul (consciousness) via DNA because the blueprint is particular to a specific consciousness. The fight is over ownership of Earth and her part is to be used by her children from the previous life as they fight over the royal title to Earth. She is key to that. Jupiter doesn’t remember her previous life at all, but finds herself among predators manipulating her as if she were still that person. In the midst of the battle for her capture, is a hunter who ends up helping her. This hunter is someone she is strongly attracted to, is beneath her royal status, and whom she bares her heart to. This is the soul mate story.
The antagonists in this story are thousands of years old. They harvest people from planets in order to use their energy to extend the lives of their bodies. They cannot provide life extension themselves because they have long since detached themselves from their source of life – their souls. They act like soulless beings and accurately display in the movie, the dead look in their eyes. So they harvest people from Earth in order to extract energy from them while they are in organic form. This energy is the energy related to the connection between soul and body. This is the literal representation of cannibalism.
The hero of the movie, the hunter, used to being treated as a slave cast has a shield around his emotions so he can function in this abhorrent society. Jupiter’s open heart touches his and he eventually allows himself to accept the affections of a royal class member. This requires a sense of self-worth on his part. He could have continued to deny himself a relationship with her, thereby denying his heart and eventually becoming soulless himself, but he didn’t. This is, in part because Jupiter continued to show him her love even as he denied his. This is the soul mate, follow your heart stuff. The movie showed those following their heart, their passion as being the winners.
I also like the representation of the idea that people lose their form and come back. That soul mates recognize eachother, even without knowing why, that following your heart leads to a life of joy, that even when seemingly outnumbered and all is lost, things still work out in the end. Even though there is a very negative, abhorrent aspect to this story, the walk away feeling is very positive.
Most of humanity believes in God. This may be because we are united in our mutual suffering. When all else seems lost, our only hope is that we will somehow still exist and the concept of God makes us stronger. Why do we suffer so much? Is this the role of humanity in the universe? We believe insane, contradictory concepts and don’t think twice about it. We bring ourselves, as a species, to our collective knees and ignore it. Voices cry out, ‘God, why have you forsaken me?’ What does this tormented thought mean? In the era of mindfulness, we are encouraged to examine our own thoughts, but it would also be very insightful to examine the thoughts of our collective mind. It is expressed in the news, in our entertainment, in the behavior of our newest initiates – the children. What are we telling ourselves?
Throughout history, we have consistently played out the same stories and told ourselves the same stories through religion. The idea of God has always been important, and the concept has always been a very strong energetic force in our interpersonal dynamics. We may disagree on the man made rules to follow regarding our relationship with God, but we agree on the basic concepts: defying God will result in suffering, we fear suffering and so fear God, we feel like our lives are out of our control and in God’s hands. But we want to be seen as individuals. We want to be the God of our own lives. And religious/spiritual texts throughout history have explained to us how this is done.
All religious texts tell us we can take responsibility for our own lives and thrive. For some reason, we are unable to do this. The popularity of mindfulness is the latest inspiration to teach us how to do this. The concepts are simple: stop what we are doing, listen to the ‘small voice’ in our heads or heart (our true body), and have faith that that is our true self. Sometimes it’s not. Sometimes it is the voice of God. But this voice that we hear as a ‘voice’ as if another being was talking to us is better interpreted as the voice of God because the alternative would make us feel insane. And we are insane. That ‘little’ voice is ourselves, maybe inspired by God, but our true self. How can we observe a voice that appears to not be us? To really think on this brings us to the condition of schizophrenia and causes discomfort in the mind, maybe even fear.
But thinking of this voice as the voice of God enables us to face this voice with positivity. Get to know it. Align with it until we identify with it and know this to be ourselves. If we really come into the moment and observe how we speak about things, we sound insane. For instance, we speak of our ‘souls’ as if we were an organism that owned a soul. Why would we speak of ourselves like that? We actually see ourselves as separate from ourselves. We are insane. How can this happen. It is the underlying cause of all human suffering and why humanity can’t seem to get past it. It’s why we find ourselves on,our knees at some point in our human experience, crying out to God, ‘why have you forsaken me?’
And God hears this over and over, continuously feeding us instructions, sending us living examples of how to get over our collective dementia, but our suffering persists. We are lost children who expect an entity we call our father, God, to solve our problems for us while we absolve ourselves of all responsibility for our existence. And God is the father who tries over and over to reach us – children on medication, addicted to crack, who he can’t get through to, and who cause him a lot of suffering. This story of our relationship to God is played out in our Earthly lives. If we are going to treat God as a father figure who should take care of us, then we will experience that ourselves until we learn empathy and compassion for him. As parents on Earth, this should resonate somewhat. Our children who insist, against all better judgement, on harming themselves. Who demand love from their parents without giving back, who hold their parents responsible for their predicament instead of accepting full responsibility for their actions.
If you are not a parent, become one to understand what this entity we call ‘God’ has to endure from us. Our relationship with him is exemplified through our family dynamics. Our history is replete with help from him, including this new infusion of mindful information. If we do not stop complaining and use this help, we will continue to suffer and will be forsaken by ‘God’ (which includes the collective of beings that are assisting) because it is not his job to live our lives for us. You can only help those who help themselves. The helpless refuse to help themselves. We can see the futility of this on Earth as we spend a lot of attention and resources helping the intentionally helpless and scorning those who are taking responsibility for their lives. People do this because they identify and sympathize with the helpless. These people also do not want to do the hard work of self responsibility. So their suffering will continue.
We were made in the image of God. But God didn’t necessarily create us. We are beings who are the matrix of mind and soul. We are minds who feel with soul. Our thoughts create our experience. God is the same way. As we become more aware of reality, our consciousness appears to expand. We observe and interact with the energy of the physical universe. Our thoughts vibrate space, creating frequencies that travel, effecting all. As we grow, our thoughts expand, we create and effect more. Some create worlds. Some live within their own imagination. God is very aware and we currently exist within his creation. We essentially are communing with him by merging our consciousness with his mind (consciousness). We are essentially aware in the mind of God, playing with his creations. Our insanity and suffering cause him pain. Like schizophrenia would cause any mind pain.
We exist here manipulating physicality and unaware we are doing so. Our consciousness is different energy than physicality as described in quantum physics. So our conscious energy can overlap. We can share thoughts, including thoughts with the being known as God whom we hold responsible for our suffering while we refuse to take responsibility for ourselves. God is a loving being who chooses to love no matter what. Like we should. He listens to his mind which we callously intrude on with absolutely no consideration for him. Instead, we feel sorry for ourselves. We expect compassion from him without giving any compassion in return. When a mind experiences pain, it works to feel better. Loving beings reject unloving thoughts and feelings they do not identify with. This applies to God.
How does this rejection play out? We are conscious beings as well. Our thoughts resonate space-time and our souls feel. The feeling of our souls when suffering, causes pain to other souls. This pain resonates through the energy of space causing physical pain felt in the body, plants, Earth, anything physical. While we thrash and moan without helping ourselves to end our suffering, we give no consideration to the consciousnesses we are negatively effecting while we expect to be comforted and have our problems taken care of. So God doesn’t want to feel this pain from spoiled children who take and do not give. He loves and to do this, he needs to resonate with loving energy by ignoring or removing negative energy.
The negative energy on Earth has been addressed by sending emissaries, channelling instructions and sending nurturing energy. We are still whining and suffering. Emissaries are beings who have faith in God, are aligned with him as equals, have compassion for him and want to help. They can hear God’s voice and work with his energy. His mind, in attempting to align itself with positive energy, creates energetic patterns that resolve conflicts in his mind. These energetic patterns effect all life, like a calling that influences those who follow energy. For instance, how animals run on instinct and follow energy on Earth. One may be called to attack and eliminate an energy represented by a human or other wise. This is done to align with the preferred energetic state of the conscious being who’s mind directed it. Unaware beings follow energy blindly. On Earth, many have negative energy, so they blindly follow energy that leads them to more suffering. In other words, God, and those aligned with him, is using the energy that is available to remove what is causing him pain. If negative energy is available, then it will be used. More suffering brings people to their knees. Forcing them to examine themselves and take responsibility for themselves. Positive energy, like love, is also used via nurturing and guidance.
Jesus represented love. He was an energy that was able to hear the voice of God and communicate his ideas in a way we could hear if we were listening. He wasn’t so much sacrificed as he was murdered and consumed. Loving energy on Earth is consumed by its needy inhabitants who take but do not give. The people who live off the system expecting the government or society to take care of them are an example of this energy. They consume compassion thereby diminishing it over time because they give nothing back. We symbolize this in the death of Jesus and the consumption of his ‘body and blood’ as if he sacrificed himself. But life and love do not sacrifice, that is the energy of consumption. Those who think love is about sacrifice promote suffering.
To eliminate suffering, we need to take full responsibility for our lives and treat every form of life with respect as if they were in full responsibility for their lives. It is imperative to not help those who will not help themselves. Then they will be forced into full responsibility. Parents know this to be true. Children can say, but you have more, you owe me, you brought me into this world, but they only do this because they prey on the sense of ‘compassion’ and ‘love’ the parents hold for their children. This is dependency and a situation devoid of respect. Without respect, there is no love. We need to begin with respect. To recognize that if we treat someone as if they were not able to do something for themselves, then we have diminished ourselves and God. It is our responsibility to treat the mind of the being we are communing with with respect. He will always treat us with respect by treating us as beings that are responsible for ourselves. Even if that means the energy will bring us to our knees so that we face ourselves and answer to God for our abuse of him.
This is why God can seem both cruel and loving, depending on what you are giving. Give him cruel energy and you will experience cruelty so you can face yourself. Those who have faith in God are those who believe in him and his capacity to love. So they can hear his voice in the voices of other beings and recognize it as him speaking. And so they, if they temporarily lose awareness, as the case in human life, are able to follow intuition with the absolute belief that the universe has their back. Because their faith means they have God’s back. And their intuitive energetic guidance takes them where they need to be at the right time to do what God needs them to do in order for the energy to release the negative or work itself out to empower others, help others achieve enlightenment, whatever it takes to be rid of the negative effects of ignorance. This means that some of these people will appear to be suffering in their human form. Because to have a negative human face their negative energy, someone has to be their mirror and act out their story with them.
So thank God we live once and die and go to heaven. Because for some, life can be torment. Like the story of Jesus so we can see our cruelty and cannibalistic nature. There are many people incarnated on Earth now. Many of them followed a calling. Some from far away, across the galaxy. They are helping to move stuck energy. To release the negative, to help humans see who they are. This means, if we do not choose positive energy and potentials, we will follow the release of negative into suffering. And the important distinctions is made between the body and soul. Choosing positive energy is choosing positive soul energy. This means the body can suffer, but positive energy is being followed and you will remain a positive being. Like the people sacrificed on the news as terrorists kill them. They let the energy play out without attachment to the body so humanity can see the energy of cruelty. If the path of negative energy is chosen, that is suffering for the soul even if the body appears to be living a good life. Let’s consciously choose positive for the soul, even if the energy leads to a scary situation. Following intuition with faith in God means someone always has your back and you will not suffer.