The media are sensational vampires who fly out to find the best sometimes and the worst in the world’s news around the world. It exposes it to our consciousness and becomes a way of realizing who we are. While many choose to ignore it so as not to be sucked into the endless drama it brings, many rely on it to relate to their surroundings.
Because everything is created by design, consciously or unconsciously, there is a purpose to media that is greater than simply connecting perceptive reality. This purpose is actually to help us witness, observe, and ultimately reflect on our own state and learn where healing is most needed. When man will realize that what he is experiencing is only a holographic representation of his own state, he will begin to do the work that is needed, where it is needed.
Even though a lot of news is brought in every day on different things and on different platforms, the following 6 focuses seem to have been at the forefront of everyday life, demonstrating a sense of urgency when it comes to healing. The collective consciousness is shifting into something greater than it has ever experienced and only through healing can this shift occur smoothly. Each person must, by now, realize which part of himself needs forgiveness, kindness, compassion, and respect so that we, as one race, can thrive as one love.
1- Suppression – Healing our relationship with our inner child
Children of all ages are exposed to what has become the norm in our education system: Bullying. What bullying reveals beyond the fact that media reports of victimhood awareness are living proof of the nature of our relationship with our own inner child. We suppress our inner child, suppress our emotional self, burden our playful nature, limit our dreams, limit our vision and smother our genius. We do all that in the name of the so-called societal good that is no longer valued. support our awakening. We expect our children to learn respect, trust, friendship, and social relatedness when what we are exposed to is constant emotional abuse within ourselves and feelings of self-worth and worthlessness. We come to believe that we are insignificant and our children, beautiful and precious mirrors of our inner state, experience it. Bullying will not disappear from learning more about bullying but from living with ourselves and others in acceptance, forgiveness and compassion.
2 – Women don’t respect – Healing our nurturing potential
The female energy is receptive, nurturing, and holistic. Every news story that shares the abuse and oppression of women illustrates the truth about our lack of compassion for our own nature. Humanity has lost the way to care for itself and others. He forgot that the power that gives him life is unconditional love. It had been detached from its love aspect due to the immense power it had shrouded. Women hold the sacred truths of creation and growth. A truth so important to life that those who are empowered know the responsibility it carries. Whenever males “attack” females, they reveal a lack of connection to Life’s nurturing nature. Humanity has gone astray and until it agrees to live each day in the joy of nurturing its truth, it will continue to seek to seal off the symbol of power that women display.
3 – Texting and driving – Healing our Truth Experience
While very basic in this regard, texting and driving reflect an inner human disease that lacks focus on the time when life actually existed as a miracle. Traveling while talking is like driving and texting. We become so distracted by what doesn’t matter that we die letting others notice what is important. We are reminded that life passes in moments and that those moments are so precious that our focus should be a wholehearted investment of our righteousness in the awareness of what matters most.
4 – Terrorism – Healing our Self-Love
Terrorism reflects the usefulness for humans to relate to each other in love. This reveals that fear is by far the bigger winner in how we relate to what is unknown, misunderstood, or hidden. What feeds the fear is a lack of faith and a lack of self-worth. Interestingly enough, terrorism is a physical demonstration of a sense of existence that feeds human fear and disconnection. How many of us can easily walk up to a stranger and smile, spark a line or offer a compliment? As long as the “other” will be the face of our own darkness, we will not relate enough to it and fear will forever guide our choices.
5 – Political Corruption – Heals our Sense of Power
Political corruption reflects the need to restore our source of power. We have two (or more) opposing sides fighting for power: Mind and Spirit, existence and deeds, past and future. Once we will realize that they are just two aspects of the whole and only by bringing them together can we truly dance, presence, and the Now moment. Corruption is a mirror of pure ignorance about the nature of our processes and a lack of true power to actually express them. Corruption arises from the reluctance to create bridges between two perceptions which, rather than being contradictory or contradictory, actually complement each other and invite compromise. Those who need power, don’t feel it inside and they are the dangerous ones because until they rediscover their strength inside, they will feel like dying and will try everything to steal it.
6 – The Economic Struggle – Healing the Expression of Our Human Potential
The worldwide economic struggles reveal humanity’s lack of understanding how to manage its own energy and sense of existence. He wastes enormous amounts of strength on useless things and does not allow himself to invest them in what is most important. Money is a symbol of energy and there is enough energy for everyone who learns how to plug in a universal receiver. Those whose vision limits their potential can only experience struggle and deprivation. We are called upon to expand our boundaries and move beyond our limited understanding of our inner and outer environment so that we direct our energies toward that which will ensure not only the survival of our race, but more than that, the development of each individual.