Fighting Begets Fighting, The Illusion of Aggressive Superiority (more on animalistic behavior)

Fighting with each other leads to the occurrence of more fighting or suffering. That is not acceptable if a person seeks to heal or to help the situation, or even simply to really get what they want.

When a person fights, they do it to avoid what they initially experience which brought out a negative response in them. The experience is not caused by the individual they target or even their action or utterance/energy, that energy or the concept behind it exists simultaneously all over the world in conceptual form. To fight the one example in front of a person is to seemingly rid it from their space while it goes on to exist all around them. A person will tire out before they live long enough to fight all over and rid the world of what they dislike so that it will never be experienced again. This kind of reaction only provides the temporary illusion of power and blindness to the larger existence that there is no way to react to negativity on the same level and avoid re-experiencing that energy again. A persons existence simultaneously goes beyond this single body and so while it is pushed away from one body, it will be met with simultaneously by other humans who will then have to deal with the experience in either the same manner, producing the same effect of passing the experience on, or they will work through it in a healing manner with a different mode of operation.

When something negative is met with negativity, something that is not desirable is fought against, this enables that negativity further and gives it more power to invade a person’s life.

Doing the same thing over and over again, to avoid exactly that which is recurring through that process is undesirable in itself and so this is a kind of feedback loop which feeds the process of recreating that experience.

On a physical level, this is still only capable of providing the illusion of satisfaction, if one fights small fights, initiates large-scale war, then sooner or later their empire that is maintained through such activity will be met with the empire of another who has a greater ability to destroy. In any means, destructive methods, through mind/energy or body/physicality/violence always lead back to the initial oppressor.

This is not to say that ‘rolling over’ and allowing darkness to prevail is positive.

But for instance if the individual does not fight in that battle, slowly there is a resistance of other individuals heart-centered individuals, then this frequency will over power the empire of violence within the collective.

It is the frequency, the concepts, the energies that people fight against. One can’t “fight” an energy, that is impossible. One can reorganize their mind and their life so that they are not vulnerable to engaging mentally with such beliefs, such illusions or vampiric processes that do require engagement in order to be maintained.

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This brings up a notion that if the people of Earth, spiritually, physically and mentally choose a state of balanced emotionality and wholeness in their response that then there is no spiritual congruence or counterpart to enable such action of violence from such an imbalanced power schematic as those who control entire realms and this simultaneously opens those who are participating in such negativity to be acted upon by those who exist above them in the higher realms above that. Thus, as people are preyed upon by those who utilize advanced technology and spiritual means, if they refuse to engage and hold true, then the abusers will be “touched” simultaneously by spiritual and advanced technological means that go far beyond what the abusers are capable of.

Note: Be wary of tricks of martyrdom or the convincing of others that they should die for a belief, these are methods to induce a mindset which welcomes abuse in the idea of “accepting” it that it is satisfactory to be abused or to die for a cause. But this is similar to engaging in violence, because simply accepting the abuse is another trick for one to play in finding ways to abuse others.

We have seen the unconscious acceptance of such abuse on this planet through a variety of means such as supporting the very people who are doing the abuse physically, and mentally and lastly emotionally if people interact with and engage as part of a fear-based or lower-energy anger based response.

In other words, if people are abused and some go around in anger “emotionally assaulting” themselves and others, then it is opening the possibility for more abuse.

This sounds different from what we have been conditioned to experience, but think very clearly here.

By who’m have you been conditioned to think otherwise?

By bullies? War-lords? Abuse-mongers?

This is the point exactly. The world is no more filled with war-mongers as it is filled with people of one color or race. Therefore what happens to the world is determined by the frequency of the whole, rather than one group of people or specific set. However, if people are convinced to worship the power of one color or one specific group (even their own), then they are welcoming the pains and partiality of respect (neglect) that comes with such disharmony and that is the very situation we are in today.

Thus, people are waking up, there is a collective increase of awareness happening and so people are being given the choice of which path they will see through an expansion and integration of their own energies and choices into the larger continuum of experience. Each person chooses how their own path will be experienced and we as a collective experience the nature of Earth through our collective impact. We can live in an Earth that is full of resources and abundance or we can play the game of monopoly and superpowers that only have the power to destroy themselves out of existence.

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One thought on “Fighting Begets Fighting, The Illusion of Aggressive Superiority (more on animalistic behavior)

  1. I’ve often thought the idea of dying for another or sacrificing the ‘self’ for an ‘other’ was a strange idea and akin to some sort of ritual trick or trick to get one to be a willing participant/sacrifice wittingly or unwittinly for a ritual that requires the spilling of blood either of the self or of an ‘other’ or surrogate. I see this far too often in movies especially where the ‘good’ soldier sacrifices for others and dies for… whomever it is individually, nationally, globally, or beyond. Why not just put the sword down and create what you want? Rather than live in a game constructed for an endless arcade of motives toward winning or amusement.

    Very potent: “Note: Be wary of tricks of martyrdom or the convincing of others that they should die for a belief, these are methods to induce a mindset which welcomes abuse in the idea of “accepting” it that it is satisfactory to be abused or to die for a cause. But this is similar to engaging in violence, because simply accepting the abuse is another trick for one to play in finding ways to abuse others.” And I would add: ..for abusing others is ultimately abuse of the self and vice versa and versa vice; a potentially infinite, indefinite cyclic cyclic circle of affairs.

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