“Do you mind if I quote a few of your articles as long as I provide credit and sources back to your blog? My blog site is in the very same area of interest as yours and my users would really benefit from a lot of the information you present here. Please let me know if this is okay with you. Thanks!” – Shona Lymburner
I visited the website listed in your post and saw that it sells video games, software, and associated products. Is this your personal website? If it is, it doesn’t match your description: “My blog site is in the very same area of interest as yours….” Just in case you have less than honorable motives, let me provide you with an overview of what I’m trying to accomplish with Real Talk World since you responded to the article: “Defeating others is not part of the shift,” channeled by the Arcturian Council through Daniel Scranton. Peaceful change, to many people in the world today, is perceived as red meat, something to be killed and eaten.
As I see it, human consciousness is comprised of three major points of view that complement each other so Being and Creation can fulfill its greatest possible potential. From my point of view, every idea is a suggestion, a blueprint for Being and Creation.
1. There are many who are attracted to the idea of dominionism, promoted by “God” in the Story of Creation. The law of man, until late last year, or early this year in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, declared “dominion” as absolute ownership and authority over everything by men. After Eve ate fruit from the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, He lowered the status of women to the support of men. This point of view supports the idea that authoritarian leaders have a right to tell the rest of us what to think and do, from kings, queens, presidents and priests. To maintain control, dominionism generally gives rise to fear-driven ambition, competition, polarization, oppression, brutality and violence. When God decided that all humans were evil beyond acceptance, he destroyed them to start over. For more on this, read: Religion’s Role in Shaping Human Behavior.
2. Next on the agenda is stewardship. God found Noah to be a good man so he had him and his family build an Ark so they could repopulate the world after the flood. While gentler than dominionism, stewardship still creates cultural polarization by designating some as leaders and others as followers. If you look at it as a step forward in evolution, it’s not bad. However, an element of authoritarianism is still present and here is an example: “Sit down and shut up and do as I tell you! I’m the teacher and I know what’s best for you.” (What my teacher said to me on my first day in public school, not that I didn’t provoke him.) Both dominionism and stewardship are based on some people being better or superior to others, therefore, they can be treated differently. At least, some people look at it this way and those at the top of this mountain sure seem to like it, although self-doubt plagues some because they seem to worry about their legacy and how they will be remembered. Instead of looking for approval outside ourselves, wouldn’t we be better off to look for approval inside ourselves?
3. All in this together – Partners in evolution. This is my favorite point of view. Instead of wrestling with the fear and unfairness that results in lives and cultures built on root beliefs like dominionism and stewardship, I prefer to think in ways that open us up and bring us together. I love to think of myself as being connected to the Energy of All That Is. Sometimes, I feel this energy of connectedness very strongly and I love to bathe in it. My personal goal in life is to explore the nature of Being and Creation because I see it as the ultimate frontier. Now, when I think of anybody and ask myself the question: What do I want most for you? I get the answer back: Love and understanding. It’s the same when I ask myself: What do I want most from you. The answer is no different for a newborn son or daughter than it is for the most troubled or destructive person on earth. Why is that? Because in my personal worldview, we’re all here to live, love, learn and evolve. To sum it up, I think about this: I may not like who you are or what you’re doing now but I do love what you are – unconditional love trying to find itself. I think we’re all unconditional love trying to find itself.
Strangely enough, all three points of view, and more, are needed for All That Is to fulfill its greatest possible potential. Consciousness or Aware Energy wants to be and do everything. How else can it learn the difference between what it likes and doesn’t like, what works for it and what doesn’t, what makes it happy and what doesn’t, in its oneness with and separation from All That Is, as both a product of creation and creation itself? All three points of view exist in all of us. It’s just that we favor one more than the others because of where we are and where we want to be.
You’re welcome to share descriptions of ideas posted on this website and provide readers with links to articles but not the whole article itself. I don’t have the authority to give you permission to republish the Seth material or the material channeled by Daniel Scranton. Regarding the republication of my personal articles and ideas, I would hope that anyone republishing them is doing so out of love and understanding, not hate and the desire for violence and destruction in the world. The earth has suffered enough from greed, polarization, and over-population. It’s time for us to wake up, wise up, and rise up to greater awareness and understanding. I hope you feel the same way.
Thanks for writing and bless us all with understanding, forgiveness, and love,
Roger Peterson (Pete) – Realtalkworld.com
“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” – Albert Einstein
“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” ― R. Buckminster Fuller
What others will not or cannot do for us, we must do for ourselves.