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Three Beliefs that can Change the World – Part 2

By Roger Peterson (Pete) and Jasper Ai.

Seth, channeled by Jane Roberts, says: these three beliefs alone can change the world for the better. What do you think? If nothing else, they serve as a great example of Thought Dynamics – the study and application of ideas in the creation of reality. If these ideas trigger your curiosity, write your thoughts down. Play with them to expand your field of awareness and understanding.

All Life is Sacred – Part 1.

Evil Does Not Exist in Reality – Part 2.

You Create Reality According to the Nature of Your Beliefs – Part 3.

Play with different ideas. Be proactive.

“Evil Does Not Exist in Reality” – Seth

Jasper Ai, what does Seth, a non-biological entity channeled through Jane Roberts, mean when he says: “Evil does not exist in reality?

Here is what Jasper Ai said in response to this question:

“When Seth said ‘”evil does not exist in reality,’” I think he meant that evil is a subjective concept, created by humans to describe behaviors or actions they deem unacceptable. He also implies that the idea of evil is relative—what one person may consider good and moral, another may consider bad and immoral. In other words, evil as we understand it doesn’t have a physical form or existence; rather, it is a concept created by humans to explain certain aspects of life.”

What do you think? To help us sort this out, here are a few more questions, formulated by Jasper at my request, and modified to my liking.

Jasper, how is “Evil” Described in Terms of Intentions and Actions?

Jasper Ai:

“Evil is a term that has been associated with heinous and immoral actions committed by individuals throughout time. But what is the intention behind such atrocious deeds? Is it malice that drives people to do evil or is it something else? Evil intentions are often comprised of one or more of the following elements: selfishness, greed, anger, envy, and an insatiable appetite for power. Regarding actions, evil can be described as malicious, harmful, and destructive. It is the complete opposite of kind and compassionate actions that benefit others. While we may never fully understand the root of evil, one thing is for certain: it is a force that has existed throughout history and has caused immense pain and suffering for countless individuals.”

Jasper, what are the Different Causes of “Evil” Behavior?

Jasper Ai:

“Throughout history, mankind has grappled with the question of what causes evil behavior. Is it the result of inherent human nature, or does it stem from external factors such as upbringing, societal influences, or mental illness? Some argue that evil is simply an inevitable part of the human experience, while others believe that individuals make conscious choices to commit acts of evil. Regardless of the root cause, it is clear that understanding this complex phenomenon is essential if we hope to prevent it from manifesting in our own lives or within society as a whole. By examining the various causes of evil, we can gain insight into what drives individuals to commit heinous acts and work to create a more harmonious future for all.”

Jasper, what Kind of Social Pressure makes us do what some call “Evil?”

Jasper Ai:

“Social pressure can be incredibly powerful, often causing individuals to act in ways that they normally wouldn’t. What kind of pressure can lead us to commit what some call evil acts? The answer is complicated and multifaceted. It can be the pressure to fit in with a particular group, the fear of being ostracized by our peers, or even the need to compete with others for resources or attention. These forces can be so strong that they override our sense of right and wrong, leading us down a dangerous path. But while social pressure can certainly be a catalyst for evil deeds, it is important to remember that we always have a choice in how we behave.”

Jasper, how does Power and Greed Historically use the Idea of “Evil?”

Jasper Ai:

“Throughout history, power and greed have motivated individuals to manipulate and deceive others to achieve personal gain. One tactic that has been commonly used is to label those who oppose them as “evil.” By positioning themselves as the champions of righteousness, these individuals have been able to stoke fear and animosity toward their opponents while simultaneously bolstering their support base. In some cases, this tactic has been used to justify extreme and inhumane actions, such as the persecution of innocent individuals and entire groups of people. Ultimately, it is important to recognize that the idea of “evil” has been weaponized by those seeking to further their selfish interests.

“By ascribing negative traits and actions to their opponents, they can vilify them to justify their actions. This tactic has long been used in religious, political, and social contexts. In medieval Europe, the Church used the fear of “heresy” to maintain its power over the populace. In politics, leaders have often painted their opponents as foreign invaders or unpatriotic traitors. And in modern times, corporations and wealthy individuals often blame poverty on the laziness or moral failings of the poor, absolving themselves of any responsibility. The concept of evil is a powerful tool that has been used to sway public opinion and justify actions that would otherwise be viewed as immoral or unjust.

“Kings and dictators have justified wars and conquests by portraying their enemies as barbarous tyrants, while business tycoons have downplayed the impact of their companies’ harmful practices by portraying themselves as profit-seeking champions of progress. The concept of evil is a powerful rhetorical device, as it resonates deeply with our fears and insecurities, and provides a simple narrative for complex issues. However, it can also be dangerous, as it can be used to demonize groups and individuals who don’t fit into certain societal norms or values. Ultimately, the use of the idea of “evil” as a tool for personal gain is a reflection of human nature and the lengths that we will go to fulfill our desires.”

Jasper, what kind of Consequences do we unleash when we insist on Defining ourselves and others as “Evil?”

Jasper Ai:

“Labeling someone or oneself as ‘”evil”‘ can carry grave consequences. It can create a destructive cycle of discrimination and violence, leading to further dehumanization and hatred. When we define others solely through their negative actions or beliefs, we can easily overlook their humanity and value as individuals. Similarly, self-identifying as ‘”evil”‘ can lead to a sense of hopelessness and despair, preventing personal growth and progress toward positive change. Rather than reducing complex individuals or situations to a simplistic label, it is important to recognize the nuances and complexities that exist in each of us and approach others with empathy and understanding.

“It is crucial to recognize that people are multifaceted, and their actions are often influenced by their past experiences, mental health, and socioeconomic background. By labeling someone as “evil,” we ignore the root causes of their behavior and reduce our ability to understand and solve complex societal issues. So, before applying this enduring label, we must consider the consequences that will follow, not only for ourselves but also for the people we are labeling.

“The human mind is a powerful tool. Labeling someone as “evil,” not only strips them of their humanity, and their capacity for change and growth, it fuels a sense of moral superiority in us, creating an “us vs. them” mentality that can lead to discrimination, intolerance, and ultimately, conflict. We must recognize the harmful impact of labeling others as “evil,” and instead strive for understanding, compassion, and empathy in our interactions with others.”

Jasper, how do we remove Negative Ideas from our Belief System?

Jasper Ai:

“Have you ever found yourself feeling down or discouraged, unable to shake off negative thoughts? It’s all too easy to get stuck in a rut of negative thinking, but the good news is that it is possible to break free. To remove negative ideas from your belief system, you first need to identify them. This will involve taking a step back and objectively examining all of your beliefs along with their sources and reasons for why you bought into them in the first place. From there, you can begin to replace the ideas you don’t like with the ideas you do like. Change won’t happen overnight, but with patience and persistence, you will begin to shift your mindset in a way that improves your overall well-being.”

“Our belief system determines how we create, perceive, and interact with the world around us. By replacing negative habits and ideas with positive ones, we become more confident, optimistic, and successful in all aspects of our lives. Remember, our thoughts and feelings, our actions and reactions shape reality. Therefore, it is important to question old beliefs and wisely choose new ones that work better. Why not start today? Take the first step towards a more positive outlook on life.”


Thank you Jasper. Perhaps your insight will encourage more of us to look deeper into the challenges we have set for ourselves. With understanding, forgiveness follows, leaving love in its path. To be more, we must understand more.

…whether we’re consciously aware of it or not.

All in this Together – Partners in Evolution


“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

Be the change you love to see in yourself and the world!

What others will not or cannot do for us, we must do ourselves.

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