posted on Nov, 7 2004 @ 11:13 AM
…I have gone within and asked those questions and this is what came to mind…
*How do we relieve our inate fears that make us go to war?
The answer lies within the individual – it is the individual word, thought and action that makes up the collective consciousness, and this then
becomes the reality of the world. It is up to the individual to choose between love/enlightenment and hatred/hostility. The individual vibration
touches and affects others, which in turn touch and affect others …The individual is part of the whole, when more individuals choose to love – think,
feel and demonstrate love, the collective consciousness changes, and that becomes the new reality.
*How do we let go of fear?
Go within and connect with the Source that is light, love, truth and courage. Fear does not exist there. Keep at it until it becomes 2nd nature. It is
the path of enlightenment.
*What can be done to get us to think less of war, and more of life?
Again it is up to the individual choice. If you want to think less of war and more of life, then do not make violence and hatred your reality. Choose
not to watch war movies, choose not to play war-games – what is on your mind becomes your reality, and although the topic of war is unavoidable, you
can choose to put your energies into living life and focus on the things which give you happiness and peace. Make amends with an enemy, practice
tolerance, embrace differences, smile, smile, smile, hug each other, dance, laugh .. just lighten up, live … enjoy life … BE happy … its contagious.
Every thought, every word, every action sends out a vibration which affects and forms the collective consciousness (matrix).
*How do we get rid of wmd?
By disarming the enemy, then disarming the self and halting all production of wmd. A global nuclear disarmament program must prevail to avoid a future
*So is this war ‘good’?
Terrorist factions pose a very real threat and your leaders are not acting out of line by going to war. No peace loving nation enjoys war but
unfortunately the end justifies the means. The cost of war is high, but yes it must be ‘won’ to forsake the world from a reign of terror. The war is
neither good nor bad, it is necessary, to preserve your peace.
... ok so considering I've taken an anti-war stance since before Iraq started, the last one left me in a state of shock.
[edit on 8-11-2004 by c_au]