Oneness in the Face of Tragedy

Stay Calm in the Face of Adversity

Stay Calm in the Face of Adversity

Oh the insidious temptation to see ourselves as separate from one another, after a disaster such as befell the 2013 Boston Marathon.

I’ve watched several comrades in the “Oneness Consciousness Collective” fall back in to old ways of thinking.  I’m not judging, just observing.  It’s extremely easy to do, to forget our connectedness, our oneness, our being a part of the greater whole. Since there are fewer “Oneness Consciousness” aware humans than duality “good and evil” believing humans, the energy is always there, waiting to suck us back into the old playing field!
To grasp our Oneness and move beyond appearances, and the “Grand Illusion” that surrounds us, we must remember that nothing is as it seems! NOTHING!
Whoever is responsible for the Boston Marathon Tragedy, is a part of me, a part of you, a part of everyone; as are you, as am I.  Everyone is a willing participant.  Yes, I can hear the denials already.
Until we stop denying our Oneness; until we stop using these events as reasons to forget our Oneness, and reinforce the “good and evil” duality, until we learn to accept that we are all willing participants, we all have a “role” we are playing, we’re all in this together; these things will continue to happen.
We know we don’t use our brains to their capacity; we know we don’t use our DNA to its capacity; we know there is no such thing as time; and we know there is such a thing as “the God Particle.”
Yet, I watch the world around me, and few, very few people are doing anything different; thinking differently, acting differently.
Human beings as a species resist change; why I don’t really understand, other than the discomfort the unknown seems to cause us. If we’re all one; all a part of the greater whole, all playing a role in the Grand Experiment, then what is there to fear? What is there to worry about? What? We are all part of the greater whole; any “separation” we see, is truly, an illusion.
If you are a part of the Oneness Consciousness Collective, and even if you are not,  I implore you: Tell your brain you want to know all, that you want to understand; tell your brain you understand there’s no such thing as time, and you are ready to know more; tell your brain that you want to feel the Oneness, you want to understand Oneness; tell your brain you are ready to use all of your DNA as intended….see the possibility of getting these answers, hold oneness as a vision, with all and peace in your mind as you move through your day.
With your heart, hold love, and only love for everyone, and everything that happens.Thank the Universe for the lessons each moment brings; pray for enlightenment in the face of tragedy. Do not make the mistake of clinging to tragedy, do not relive it, do not look at photos or video, or interviews, unless your job requires it.  Each time we repeat it, speak of, review it, replay it,  it we cast our energy backwards, to it. We unknowingly tell the Universe that dwelling on the tragedy is more important than the lesson we can learn from it. More important than the recovery, more important than moving forward.  Every second spent reliving it, keeps it alive. Gives it more life than it had. I wish everyone could understand this.
Send love to the wounded and lost, and their families; focus on them and on their healing; see only good things coming from all that happened. BELIEVE it possible that everything happens for a reason, and that it’s ALWAYS a GOOD reason! BELIEVE IT. This is what true faith is: believing even in the face of tragedy.
How deep is your faith? How deep is your understanding? Is it possible for us to achieve “Psyche Materialis” as Alan Lithman describes?
Hold the unshakable vision of a Planet at Peace, with organic healthy food for all, with clean air and water for all, with opportunity and respect for all. We can do this.
Until Next Time,
Thank you Dear Reader,
With Great Love, Namaste’
❤ LAMP ❤
P.S. I welcome your comments and questions!

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