Healing Arts Lesson 3 – Strength in Numbers

Healing Arts Lesson 3 – Strength in Numbers

Healing Art: Where there is thought there is energy, where there is emotion there is energy, where there is just about anything there is energy. So just as group psychology can be used for “dark” it can be used for light.

Group energizing can have profound effects especially when in synchronicity with each other. Things like group meditation, ideas becoming manifestation, etc. There is strength in numbers and  much strength in Love.

Defense Against The Real Dark Arts – Lesson 3 Group psychology and Mass Manipulation

Dark Arts Lesson 3 – Group Psychology and Mass Manipulation

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PlbnFoasZDY

Illusion of choice
We live in very trying and testing times, everything seems very divided (this is a technique called divide and conquer) and many are uncertain about many things. You are either here or there left or right, “conspiracy nut” or sane, Democrat or Republican. This is called a “false dichotomy,” in which you are only given two choices (likely chosen for you), when there is the possibility of a third or more.I’ll let Peter Joseph do the rest of the talking.

Another Carlin Video

Culture in Decline 9:24

“Those little people you elect into office each year, they have owners too, and don’t you forget it.”

I remind everyone who reads this of the principle of Microcosm and Macrocosm, so if you think people are being controlled on a smaller scale, imagine what it’s like for the “Controlling Elite” they are probably controlled on a scale you couldn’t even imagine, there is a commonality for you, a reconciliation. They bear the brunt of it as the figureheads but the ones who control them are far behind the scenes and for that I can empathize with them. I think some of them are really trying but you can’t imagine the pressure they must be under. It is a chain reaction, they can only be freed if the people under or above them free themselves, because of the pyramid (scale) power structure. So, I wouldn’t ostracize them for what “they” supposedly have done of their own accord. I sometimes can sense that some of them would like it to change but they don’t know how and they wouldn’t know how to break it to you even if they did.

http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/entertainment/2013/04/patton-oswalts-inspiring-viral-message-the-good-outnumber-you/

To comment on the article above, I don’t think the world necessarily needs to be “good or bad,” If we make the world good, that’s just swinging from one side to the other and I truly believe “what goes up, must come down.” And you can’t just go from one to the other, all that energy has to play out. It simply needs to have choice returned. The option to choose to be “good or bad.” Right now it is very regimented and restricted.

Healing Arts – Lesson 2: Reconciliation & Finding Similarity

Healing Art: The Law of Reconciliation
The Law of Reconciliation or the Principle of Reconciliation is that which finds in differing qualities unifying similarities that allow these differences to be brought together;
to accept the unifying qualities and diminish the differences, so that the differences in the qualities become less clashing and conflicting and the unifying qualities become more binding.This is to reconcile, to find common denominators in things that are normally seen as separative, and to emphasize and exaggerate and promote those common denominators, thus allowing the differences to fade away, or fall into proper alignment. The Law of Reconciliation allows those things which are normally in conflict to become harmonious in relationship to one another.

Source: http://www.iebele.nl/CosmicLaws.pdf (Based on the teachings of a force that calls itself Cosmic Awareness) These “Laws” (take them for what you will) are very helpful if studied and contemplated upon.

In Lesson 1 of Healing Arts, I made a quick discussion about Forgiveness, in this lesson we will discuss reconciliation. In life, we are faced with situations and people whom we may not like, but through the art of reconciliation, by focusing our attention on the unifying properties and not the differences. It can be something as simple as “Oh that person is human just like me,” if not then “Oh, that is a living thing just like me” if not then “Oh this thing and I both exist”, by finding common ground we create a connection. That is why if you are in a heated argument or altercation of some kind, if something is humorous that situation can usually be resolved. Humor also happens to be a great diffuser of pent-up energy.

If we can find ways to humanize, and not demonize those who we consider enemies the world would likely be a better place.

How many can relate to these moments, of vulnerability?

“A house divided against itself cannot stand

-Don’t know who said it, too lazy to google