posted on Apr, 9 2009 @ 07:57 PM
There are the old cliches like"without bad, there would be no good.....without darkness, light could not exist.....
yin and yang make the world go round.
Many people claim they would like to see a better world, a more perfect world.
But, I ask you to think for yourselves...."what is a perfect world?"
From here, you could say,
"I want a world without the control of secret societies"
"I want free-energy and the ability to fly my own saucer"
"I want the government out of my life"
"I want to be able to own guns and not be prosecuted"
"I want to be able to work without being taxed to death"
"I want to be free to change my government as long as it conforms to the will of the people, without being targeted as a terrorist"
"I want child abuse to end"
"I want the murderers to dissappear"
"I want evil removed from the world"
and on and on and on
Now, imagine for a moment that all that were to come into being, because it was your will to carve the world into a more "Perfect Place", for us
Now, imagine the limitations on experience that a situation like that will create. With no murderers or child rapists, no police officers will be
needed really. No cops means no "cat" for the mouse to play with. Now, maybe the mouse wished the cat would dissappear, but how much less fun will
it be with nobody ever chasing him.
Let's imagine removing all the bad stuff for a moment. What will happen?
We won't have half the challenges to meet that we have currently. We will have much less experience to live through, overall. That limitation is a
prison in itself.
For example, if I killed my neighbors cat and tortured it when I was a kid, or shot a bird with a bb gun, which I actually did, I'm sure I would not
have the compassion for animals that I have today. I never knew how important birds were or how beautiful they were until I killed one and cried
afterwards, regretting the childish mistake I had made. To this day, I have a hard time hurting anything that lives. But it wasn't until I took
something's life, that I had the opportunity to learn the value of life, for myself. Nobody punished me, but the experience itself, helped me grow up
and learn that what I did was wrong. Without that option to make mistakes, or even to grow up being "evil", you have a playground with all the rides
locked up. No rides, then what good is the playground?
I certainly don't advocate the NWO, but I advocate it's right to exist, because if "evil" were not present, I would not be challenged to grow and
become a better person, in the tremendous way I am affected by it. I would not want people like George Bush or Obama to "not" exist, because that
means the experience of the whole would be limited by my own fears and selfish desires for how I desire to live. Well, evil people have a right to
exist as well, because they have a right to "experience" whatever they desire.
How can this be o.k.?...some might ask....
It really depends on whether you believe that your power comes from inside yourself, or outside yourself.
From this perspective, I rely on my understanding of Huna, or Hawaii magick.
The Huna perspective is that you have 3 "selves" and your highest self, is always in contact with the higher self of all others, and nobody can
interfere with your will on the higher self level. In other words, everything that happens to you, is planned in advance by your higher self, and done
for your own benefit of learning and growing as a soul.
So, according to the Huna perspective, if you got into a car accident and lost a limb, you might in your lowest self, the conscious self, think you
were being punished or recieving "bad karma", you were actually being taught a lesson about something, likely about handicaps or about compassion
for the less fortunate or something of significance that changes your entire perspective on life, for the better, in one way or another.
I would be interested to know what people think about this.
Please be kind
[edit on 9-4-2009 by infoliberator]