posted on Aug, 6 2009 @ 06:10 PM
You can't use "the power of thought" this way, there are people there who want to fight and those trying to influence them in a supernatural way
are simply oppressors of free will, you cannot (thank God) change free will of any other being by "distance mind control" unless you go there and
talk to those who wish to fight face to face. Not even if the goal is peace. If that (to influence others without those being aware, by intention
only) would be possible, it might as well be used to create war, there are rules and they exist for a reason. It's why people are separated from God,
trying to play a heavenly judge.
If anyone really wants to help, then try and create a better future by using cold hard cash, helping to build infrastructure, better living
conditions, fund micro credit projects etc.
Originally posted by grapesofraft
reply to post by locster
These people chop off each others heads with Machetes. Even if meditation worked, do you think a bunch of savages are going to be tied into the
What's the difference between killing with a machete or with a rifle or nuke? One is less savage or more intelligent (humane?) than the other? All
conflicts are about either freedom of thought (religion) or freedom of movement (territory/resources), all violence is primitive and begins when all
other communication fails. In other words, if I hate your guts but I can't verbalize it, I'll just punch you in the face to tell you. Even if they
appear savage, they are still human beings just like you and me, but in a place full of hatred and despair.
Originally posted by ladyinwaiting
This is a selfless and generous contribution. I will do my part, and thank you Caitlinfae for the visualization. I will definitely use it.
We all affect eachother, it may be possible someone from Darfur will one day in the future lash out at other countries by committing terrorist
actions. Besides this argument, it will probably make anyone who tries to 'send energy' or use intentions to "heal" feel better about him/herself
afterwards. Point being it isn't selfless.