Tuesday, June 27, 2017

The significance of epidemics

Today's Seth speaks to the underlying significance of epidemics as feedback from the species that, as a group, we're making poor choices and holding debilitating beliefs.  If you look at the health statistics for the United States, for example, there is rampant obesity, diabetes, heart disease, cancer, etc.  ... not to mention shootings.  Seth's message about this would be pretty clear ... the belief system is toxic and so is the environment. 

Unfortunately, we don't see physical reality as the feedback system that it is (at both the individual and group level).  So, instead of correcting the social issues, we look to technology to "fix" us and our bodies. 

This approach is pretty tangible proof that our reality is kindergarten in the overall school of elegant creation!

Have fun, create a beautiful loving day!!!

"There are also even deeper biological connections with the heart of nature.  You are biological creatures.  Your proud human consciousness rests on the vast "unconscious" integrity of your physical being.  In that regard your consciousness is as natural as your toe.  In terms of the species' integrity, your mental states are, then, highly important.  Despair or apathy is a biological "enemy".  Social conditions, political states, economic policies, and even religious philosophical frameworks that foster such mental states, bring about a biological retaliation.  They act life fire applied to a plant.
"The epidemics then serve many purposes - warning that certain conditions will not be tolerated.  There is a biological outrage that will be continually expressed until the conditions are changed."
(The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events, Session 802)

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