We don’t find freedom by knowing fear inside and out. We merely find that we can be free and hop back in the hole most times. People are in love with the devil they know.
Our ideas aren’t necessary for events to happen, but they do influence. For all functional purposes our ideas govern our lives. When you see an event “in advance” there isn’t any time, you just see the event. Like quantum mechanics action at a distance. The event is the event whether it has “happened” or not, and whether that event will jell is often also visible. When you foresee an event is it not often sort of abstract and obscure? Like looking at a shadow puppet instead of an object, but they don’t all seem that way? Anyone ever have this experience?
Some events are more concrete than others, but on the whole there is that feeling of incompleteness about it, and it becomes more solid when you get closer. Actualizes more as energy builds. It can even take on a life of its own, even if you started the event, as other people become involved and for their own reasons want to see it come to pass. The energy builds without any intention. When it occurs to you that something is maybe even possible, that’s a little energy toward it happening.
So people’s desire influences the US election? Oh indeed, and the candidates have tried to play into it. Question is, how well did they see what was building up behind the nation? Do they have an agenda that will speak to that intuition in the back of peoples heads. There has been some smear work, but my senses say that has hurt the candidates more than helped.
Have US citizens gone far enough down the road to perdition? You don’t arrive in perdition by accident. The path rolls out behind you, perhaps even as you were thinking of other things. But we choose ultimately. Often you choose before you are even aware you choose. We all choose. Our choices all weigh in. They all impact the world like the butterfly effect. Your little mood, your choice of what you eat for supper, is linked with everything. The economy, the balance of the planets ecosystem, what someone else might eat. All connected.
Hence the damage that a single force can have. There have been many times when I went to get my favourite soft drink, and I grabbed the last one. That does impact the next person who also would want that drink and might affect their mood and their behaviour which would affect people around them. Does this seem irrational?
No man is truly an island. No man, no woman, no dog, no rock. Under an island is the bedrock of the planet. We perceive the island to be separate based on the illusion that water can separate. This is a human perception.
Your thoughts are welcome. Be well friends.