Shame and guilt is a blight upon humanity. It limits our ability to perceive the unity in all of creation. When we give into the idea that our actions, words or thoughts are somehow wrong; we go against what is.
There is no such thing as wrong; it is a collectively created illusion that derives it power from we the individuals. We are the ones whom empower this idea of right and wrong, good or bad and light and darkness. It is this very thing that holds people in bondage; they become obsessed and trapped by things they perceive to be wrong.
Our judgments have created a cauldron of pain and suffering. We use the paradigm of good/bad to categorize everything; to break them into pieces so that we can box them up. We must dispense with the idea of right and wrong; good and evil. Do whatever your heart desires; do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.
If you want to help people out; then by all means help them out; if you want to oppress and enslave people; then by all means do so. This is true freedom. Freedom to choose what you wish to will into your life. We don’t need to agree with what others do; but we should respect their choice in this matter. What we do though is when we encounter people whom with disagree with; we write them off; judge them, which is an action of separation. Essentially we’re separating our-self from ourselves. Yet we are all one and the same; thus in the end we only do ourselves harm.
What is perceived as being bad could be a necessary catalyst for them to grow. We are so quick to judge people as being bad or evil. Yet think about this; what if you were one of these people in a past life? What if you were a satanic occultist whom sodomized and sacrificed children? What if you were a Black Magician in your past life? What if in the afterlife or a following life you had a change of heart; because of the experiences you learned as a result of that dark life?
These people who have experience such Darkness could be a POWERFUL catalyst for all of humanity. Only those whom have experienced the darkest shades of black can truly appreciate the Light. These people have the capacity to help humanity as a collective. I know many of you may not agree with this statement; but it’s the Truth.
Take for the instance the parable of the Lost Sheep in Luke 15 verses 3-7.
Then Jesus told them this parable: 4 “Suppose one of you has a hundred sheep and loses one of them. Doesn’t he leave the ninety-nine in the open country and go after the lost sheep until he finds it? 5 And when he finds it, he joyfully puts it on his shoulders 6 and goes home. Then he calls his friends and neighbors together and says, ‘Rejoice with me; I have found my lost sheep.’ 7 I tell you that in the same way there will be more rejoicing in heaven over one sinner who repents than over ninety-nine righteous persons who do not need to repent.
This is something that many of us fail to consider. We don’t see the usefulness of these individuals or darkness for that matter. We see these “evil” men and darkness as separate from us; but that is not the case. For some of you may have been the very evil you despise in others.
I don’t expect you to accept or condone what evil men do; what I’m trying to convey here is to create a space of understanding and empathy. These people are not separate from us and our judgments make it harder for them to turn to the light. The shame and guilt we’ve projected upon these individuals keeps them in the perpetual state of being that wishes to hurt and inflict pain upon others.
The Chimera, the Archons, the Jesuits, The Black Nobility Families and the Illuminati are us just as much as we are them. We should not judge them; but then we should not allow them to hurt and kill others. We need to understand them as being one with us. We need to cease to separate ourselves from them. They are us and we are them. They need healing just as much as we do.
Relinquishing our judgments of right and wrong would free them from shame and guilt. We don’t need to shame others in order to create a more loving society. We need to be gentle, understanding, loving, but firm with them as well. Boundaries need to be established; but we should always be driving from the intention to help these individuals; not condemn or shame them.
Guilt is by-product of fear; at’s an attribute of denial. We deny our experience and label it as something that shouldn’t have been. Yet since it is what it is; it was meant to be. There is nothing that happens under the sun that wasn’t meant to happen. To deny this truth is to go against the tenants of acceptance. Acceptance is a state of being that acknowledges what is.
We may not agree with what is; but we don’t have to believe it’s wrong either. We can recognize it for what it is; instead of identifying it with Maya. When we label things as right or wrong; true or false, good or bad; we close our minds to the knowledge, wisdom and experience that resides above this illusionary paradigm.
We need to transcend the polarity. Think in terms of oneness. See the oneness in everything. be the unity in life and life will be-come more aligned. That is the secret; you don’t need to be able to astral project, you don’t need to be able to see auras; you just need to unite. Finding the unity helps liberate humanity.
These dark forces are held captive by fear; mainly through guilt and shame. Hold a space for them; don’t cast them adrift; because that will only alienate them more thus result in the perpetuation of the pain and suffering we’re all too familiar with.
I ask for you all to consider taking time to prayer and meditate for these lost souls. To anchor in a energy that will assist them in releasing their burdens. If only I could truly convey to you how this darkness influences you. It’s a very seductive, cunning and enticing illusion. It traps you in the embraces of desires, illusions and ecstasy. Pray for the dark forces; may light and healing be extended to these people. For in the end; they are worthy to be accepted in the light. We are all One.