We are moving into new places with thoughts about love as the planet ascends. All the old paradigms are shifting and disappearing into smoke. As outbursts of hate and anger get posted all over the T.V., internet, and social media it’s important to gain some understanding of the tools the illuminati is using against us so we don’t support their efforts in dividing us from each other and unconditional love. Kip Moore recently stated his own thoughts about spreading love and it triggered me into thinking how we have all been taught and raised with belief systems about love. Here’s his post on social media . . .
I admire his bravery for standing for love regardless if he lost record sales or fan base. No doubt his true meaning to love one another sparked a lot of angry comments. Definitely not the intention I’m sure but no doubt he’ll receive some less than positive responses. Now why is that?
Kip is standing for love in his statement but it’s a conditional love. Conditional love is deciding that if someone acts, behaves, or is a certain way you love and accept them. Racism is deciding to reject someone due to skin color but could it not also be deciding to reject someone for their belief systems? Is hating and dividing from someone due to belief systems any different that hating and dividing from someone due to color?
One party states: I reject you because of your skin color.
The other party states: I reject you because of your racism.
Are both loves at the bottom line not the same. Based on conditions?
I understand his point and do not personally believe in racism or that path is right for me. Yet, is it our job to determine what is right or wrong for anyone else? He clearly states he is living his belief systems he was raised with but what if he was raised with different belief systems? Are we not all souls or spirits first and then incarnate in a body in this dimension? Is the test of unconditional love only created by separating us into different skin colors, religions, languages, belief systems, social class, etc and then saying now work your way back to oneness and unconditional love, forgiveness, and compassion. For sure this is God’s dream. Couldn’t he have just made us all have the same language, belief systems, religion, skin color, etc? But truly what sort of hurdles or barriers would we have to jump in order to develop true UNCONDITIONAL love.
Where’s the growth or strength if we are all here having the same sexuality, race, ideals, belief systems, religions, social classes, etc?
Since Kip brings in Jesus let’s just talk about that guy too. Jesus unconditionally loved all which even meant those that persecuted him because he was coming from the heart center recognizing what the ignorance was truly all about. Passed down belief systems about religion, skin color, sexuality, class, etc. Besides he knew that they were acting out the exact series of events he needed to test his own faith of unconditional love. Not that he desired to persecute anyone himself but understanding he was in a “set-up” to spiritually evolve. Can you love others even when they desire to kill you and in fact do? All these games we play are simply a set-up for one person. You!
You are in a physical body in this world for a reason. To change you not anyone else. Everything is operating exactly how it needs to be in order to teach you everything you need to know. The truth is none of us truly know how to unconditionally love.
What would happen if Kip replied to every heated response to this post with a simple, “I respect your opinion but I do not agree with you. We don’t have to agree in order to love one another.” The fight (anger and division) comes when one party tries to convince the other who is right. What if someone called that black guy a “nigger” and he chose to just unconditionally love that person even if they criticized him and let it go. What if someone criticized Kip for his post and instead of reacting he made the same choice. That’s exactly what stops anger, hatred, and division right in it’s tracks.
What happens though? We get our feelings hurt and react getting emotionally involved rather than knowing who we are, what we stand for, and our own opinions don’t need any validation from anyone else. Then we reject each other due to those differences whether it’s color of skin or beliefs. There will always be people trying to tear you down on purpose.
“Some people try to make themselves feel tall by cutting off the heads of others.” Yogananda
What we don’t recognize is we don’t have to engage. We have to gain strength here to accomplish that inner solidity. Are you going to have to stop being everyone else’s emotional pin ball? Do you have to realize they are coming from their own belief systems, reality, and ideals? Yes! Can you stand for your principles and allow others to do the same without creating hatred and division. Absolutely!
You’re going to have learn what this dimension is designed to teach you. How to love others when they are not behaving according to your set conditions. How to understand what the experience is showing you where you haven’t yet grown and evolved spiritually.
When you get into soul work and see all of life as simply a working of unhealed spaces you realize you need criticism. All the criticism that emotionally gets you worked up is trying to show you something. If I call you a “stupid nigger” and internally you don’t feel like you are stupid or a nigger you blow me off. If it matches the internal wound where internally you feel like you are “stupid nigger” then you get upset and emotionally over react. Maybe you had a hard time reading and growing up that’s all you felt. I am stupid compared to everyone else. You decided to love you on conditions. That person is simply triggering that inner tear in your spirit where you are divided from unconditionally loving yourself! Only when you come to terms with yourself and your own inadequacies unconditionally loving the imperfections and faults within you will you be able to step over the spiritual hurdle and no longer emotionally react to that critical, harsh person who calls you a “stupid nigger”. Once you get it you’ll no longer feel angry with them just gratitude and unconditional love because you finally accept yourself just as you are rather than societies conditions.
If you want to move even deeper into this you could search your Akashic records. Everything here is by design. Perhaps you were smart in a past lifetime but you got conceited and arrogant about yourself. You were “that person” who called someone “stupid” in this example. Now you are on the receiving end as the universe works on karma to deepen our compassion. Perhaps like me you start doing soul work and find out in a past lifetime you killed your own brother due to religious beliefs. Maybe Jesus knew that about himself. He persecuted someone in a past lifetime and instead of seeing them as a separate he saw everything infinitely woven together. He needed the experience to end his karma by being that unconditional love even for those who persecute you. You see yourself as “them” making decisions according to these dysfunctional belief systems and hold that constant state of unconditional love.
For so long I felt just like Kip so flabbergasted by the state of our world. Why can’t anyone see that love is the answer? Why is everyone running around hurting one another? I didn’t understand until I started having experiences with energy and consciousness that everything here was exactly the way it needed to be in order to deepen me.
I agree with Kip you can’t just say you’re a Jesus lover you have to make a stand for love just make sure it’s unconditional love whether it’s for yourself or others. This world is messy for a reason. To change, strengthen, and develop you.
So how do we become unconditional love and create that tidal wave?
- Get out of the victim mindset. If someone criticizes you and it hurts your feelings ask yourself if some way you love yourself on conditions. They are simply your messenger.
- Inspect your judgement’s into others and see what are they trying to tell you about yourself. For example, I used to hate bossy, pushy people because I was a doormat. I wanted them to change rather than me standing for myself. I was also very much in a victim mindset operating like a little girl “she called me a name, he hurt my feelings” in an adult body. I felt that if everyone treated each other nicely I wouldn’t have to deal with this weakness in myself. I no longer operate in that victim status. I stand for myself yet still respect others but that’s taking unconditionally loving me as the pushover and then moving into the goddess warrior. If there weren’t bossy, critical, people I would never had the suffering inside myself that pushed to me to finally stand up for me. When you stand up for yourself you no longer are so angry with them. I needed to strengthen this internal weakness. Set boundaries for myself in a balanced way.
- Let go of trying to change each other and unconditionally love all. You do not have to share all the same ideals with someone, live the same way, or make the same choices. You are responsible for you. All these games we play with each other are a set up. A screen set where karma unfolds, strengths and weakness’s shine, and spiritual tests can be presented. You can only control one person. You!
“No one can hurt me without my permission.” -Ghandi
Sounds great for you Ghandi! I just can’t help but give them permission. You know why? Because we ourselves still have weak spots, unhealed wounds and spiritual hurdles we have yet to jump. The issue isn’t them it’s you and always has been. I love this short video by one of my favorite healers Melanie Toni Evans. She eloquently and so beautifully explains how these concepts of unconditional love are changing.
Each of us can be a part of that tidal wave as every present moment is providing us with opportunities to unconditionally love or divide. Be the change you wish to see in the world. Set the platform for other’s to follow. You will know when you get there. You will no longer be compelled to fight with anyone. Even if it’s simply words . . . not that you don’t voice your opinion or stand for what you believe in!
“Holding onto anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned.” – Buddha