Saturday, September 2, 2017

Loss of trust in the self leads to fear

When one looks at the United States 40 years after these comments were uttered by Seth, it’s easy to see the underlying fear in a country that most loudly professes freedom!  My comments on the U.S. reflect what we see in the media.  Luckily it doesn’t take the majority to shift a civilization, only a critical mass.    

On the flip side, the Muslim religion (actually all organized religions to varying degrees) teach the individual to mistrust the self and to follow their set of rules and their respective definitions of good and bad in order to live a comfortably “secure”, but very limited, life.

It is certainly interesting times and we chose to be part of it.  According to the predictions concerning 2012 we (humanity and Gaia) chose to move on from the darkness of fear and lack of trust.  I find that Kryon, Metatron and Lazaris are particularly inspiring.  Their common message is that we’re sort of bottoming out and will be in transition until about 2038.  Clearly, it is our job to ensure that our children learn to cultivate a trust of the self, since this is the key to manifesting the vision of Cayce and others of a thousand years of peace and value fulfillment.  

The best way to teach our children is to set the example ourselves!

“When people are convinced that the self is untrustworthy, for whatever reasons, or that the universe is not safe, then instead of luxuriating in the use of their abilities, exploring the physical and mental environments, they begin to pull in their realities – to contract their abilities, to over control their environments.  They become frightened people – and frightened people do not want freedom, mental or physical.  They want shelter, a definite set of rules.  They want to be told what is good and bad.  They lean toward compulsive behavior patterns.  They seek out leaders – potential, scientific, or religious – who will order their lives for them.”

(The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events, Session 834)

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