Do We Need 100% of the People to Be Awake?
Apparently not. Though I’m no expert on the subject, the whole idea of the 100th Monkey Effect and “critical mass” is that only a small percentage of people need to be awake around what’s happening for the rest to change direction.
Certainly I see that in myself. I don’t need to be awake to listen to the recital of a good point of view and adopt it. I hear the case made and I adopt the reasoning. Don’t we see that happening all around us and in us all the time?
We just need to be aware of the standards we apply to what we hear and the credibility or reliability of what we listen to.
I had someone send me a virulently-anti-Semitic diatribe last night. Let’s face it. Virulently anti-anything is not going to cut it. Virulently Islamophobic. Virulently anti-Semitic. They’re all going to miss the mark.
A whole people are not out to control anything. The Illuminati are as much Christian by background (or even Satanic, for that matter) as they are Jewish. They are greedy, immoral people, not all Jews or all Christians or all anything.
Argument at the level of a whole people will never prove correct. Everyone has freewill and always will. No group operates as a whole people.
We’ve all been ostracized for our views. In today’s climate of opinion, that goes with the territory for anyone who’s willing to acknowledge the reality of spacecraft, space visitors, the truth of 9/11, the truth of the cabal, Ascension, etc.
Now here we are, the brotherhood and sisterhook of the ostracized. And what are we going to do with our status?
Well, by ostracizing us, the rest of society has taken from us the need to conform. We don’t have to walk the line any more. We exist outside the box,
We now have the incredible opportunity to create views and a round of life that reflects our deepest values, whereas most other people are condemned to walk the line. We are here in conscious convergence and our convergence itself carries weight and has an effect on society.
The real accomplishment is as Gandhi said, that we create lives that reflect the changes we wish to see, that we become those changes.
We know the shift that is coming is inevitable. We know that most of the hubbub we see around us is caused by the cabal wanting to stop that shift, which they cannot do. We know that what we’re doing is succeeding, largely so because those that are with us (celestials, ascended masters, galactics) far outnumber and outweigh those that are against us.
If we, like Elisha’s servant, could see the Company of Heaven, the legions of angels, marshalled against the army of the Syrians, we would be amazed at the invisible forces ranged on our side. Invisible because they exist in higher densities, vibrating at a more refined rate than we do in this third density.
Only if we have positioned ourselves in life by transforming our own characters and views will we be able to help with the shift.
We need to be at work for the shift but we do not need to know whether our actions are successful and whether we contributed to that change. Said Krishna:
“You have the right to work, but for the work’s sake only. You have no right to the fruits of work. Desire for the fruits of work must never be your motive.” (1)
I have the right to publish this blog but I have no right to the fruits of that work. I work unconcerned with the results and for the work’s sake only.
Working in this way I build the character that is the change I wish to see.
This is the first of five (give or take) articles I’ll publish today. I will publish those five articles in an easeful manner, without stress. After that, I’ll rest, tidy up, get outside, and exercise. I want a balanced life. If I succeed in creating it, I have created the change I wish to see.
(1) Prabhavananda and Isherwood, trans. Bhagavad-Gita: The Song of God. Mentor edition,40.