by Simon Esler,
In framing this information we are met with a number of temptations that might not be authentic to our role as light workers. Jordan’s comment, that individuals like McCain will not be able to survive the oncoming high energy changes, is understandable. And yet, there are additional layers that can be explored to deepen our service to the situation at hand. This information requires a broader perspective if we are indeed looking to manifest the highest timeline as a collective endeavor.
For many, this notion may be rooted in experiments mentioned by Corey Goode on multiple occasions, most recently in Cosmic Disclosure, season seven episode twenty-eight, Viewer Questions 9: Time Travel and the Future. Therein, Goode stated that in these experiments certain individuals were placed within conditions mimicking the oncoming galactic energies resulting in either states of bliss and joy or states of negativity and confusion depending on the predisposition of the individual involved. Spiritually speaking this is allegedly related to the positive or negative orientation of such an individual in terms of their refined intention to serve themselves or to serve others.
Also of note in this episode, Goode states that none of the secret space program groups with access to the data of this galactic energy shift can agree on what may or may not happen beyond the event horizon being studied. This notion, that the human potential to process and utilize the oncoming change can not be reduced to the realm of statistical variables and preferred assumptions is important to keep in mind in gathering perspective on McCain’s illness and similar events.
This particular form of social engineering states that human beings need an operant—an outside force—to govern (condition) their behavior by applying punishments and rewards based on the operant’s arbitrary notions of good and bad.
Through this rather limited lens, it would seem that the galaxy is an operant, governing McCain’s poor behavior by subjecting him to brain cancer for not living a life in alignment with energetic anomalies entering the earth environment. The problem with this perspective is that it somewhat removes free will from the equation. The only restrictions McCain faces are those that came with his soul’s desire to arrive within this incarnation. Within these limits his choice, as a soul, to utilize this life’s set of parameters is infinite—so it is with all of us here on earth. We are each responsible for the incarnation we are exploring, and yet we are free to apply our energy to it in any number of ways. The essential distinction is: are we applying ourselves from awareness of the fundamental implications of our soul’s choice to be here? Or are we operating as socially conditioned creatures under the illusion that our free will is at work?
To simplify, the pressure of either brain cancer (punishment) or bliss and longevity (reward) as a means of coercing a soul into behaving properly is really just a story of manipulation—within the limiting perspective of operant conditioning. While this is not necessarily being implied in Sather’s comments, it is nonetheless an extremely tempting perspective to take, given the reality of social conditioning. There is a gravity pulling us towards perceiving things in this way due to how saturated we have become as a collective in the idea that we are faced with nothing but a series of punishments and rewards given from up on high—a rather myopic view of traditional spiritual thought.
This assessment of McCain’s circumstance does not leave room for the true expansive nature of our situation. We are human beings waking up to our choice to be here on earth, and to the possibilities for our being to find expression within that choice. We are here to expand into this choice, and the responsibilities that come with it, not merely to react and survive. We cannot claim to know what level of awareness someone like McCain has in his true potential, or what he might really do if he became more expansive in this awareness.
“Benevolent ET groups believe the Earth will experience some type of awakening in the near future. If this is true, it seems very possible that we are capable of attaining a positive outcome. However, our success in these endeavors would be conditional upon our ability to stop viewing everyone and everything that is different from ourselves as our ‘enemy’.”
Think of the frustration and limitations we feel when, for example, a family member continues to energetically pressure us into repeating the same mistakes by constantly assuming we are bound by the story of our past. Have we not each also found ourselves assuming that someone in our lives who has struggled with the same chronic, self-destructive behaviors for years is only going to make the same mistake once again? We fear assuming that someone will break free from their past because we do not want to suffer the loss of hope and the weight of disappointment when they may fall back again. We often feel this way about our selves and tend to measure the belief we have in our own future against the perceived failures within our story thus far. The struggle to strive towards resolve and change instead of regret and repetition is our burden to bear with ourselves and each other and is an excellent example of where we often fail to apply our powers of manifestation. If we can get past our narrow, self-important desire to shy away from holding higher, more expansive perspectives, despite what we see arising from the past, we can begin to tap into the highest good for all.
One of the most powerful things we have in this life is the freedom of another human being. Even if only one individual from the depths of the Cabal made a final choice to support peace on earth before dying, would this not be an incredible gift? Think of the impact on our collective heart and on the potential for humanity to move forward as a species. How would such an occurrence support us in healing and realizing our true capacity as peaceful, space faring, inter-dimensional beings? To what extent would such an experience deepen our capacity to serve and uplift beings immersed in darkness, looking for a way out? Generations from now we may just be a species of healers uplifting populations immersed in the same trap. How can we begin to cultivate this medicine now? Would a “negative” life of harming others not frame a final redeeming choice of love as a miracle? And would not the wisdom gained from such a life be an immeasurable benefit to those of us seeking to help others on the dark path? Even the mere possibility can begin to open our eyes to what each of us is truly capable of.
We all play different roles in this drama. We are fortunate to have individuals like Sather, Goode, Wilcock and others making a genuine effort to disseminate information and ideas that may otherwise not be offered. If this is their role, then ours cannot be merely consuming as much of this information as possible, nor can it be reduced to feverish attempts to share it with as many people as possible. If our attempts to chase this collective narrative via consumption have left us with little inner silence, where within us is the potential for the unknown going to blossom? Where does a miraculous unrealized perspective have room to germinate? Rather than the intellectual stimulation that comes with overconsumption of information, less information can be brought into a place of quietude in which our heart’s capacity to gather a larger perspective can be employed. Seeking the role of compassion, kindness and understanding in such maddening times is a call to wisdom that is only being made because you are worthy of it. Let’s use what public figures offer very carefully by regularly applying calm contemplation and detachment, by moving beyond socially conditioned perspectives. It is our task as consumers of this information to maintain a humble, quiet and open state for whatever is being offered to be transformed.
The days ahead of us are crucial beyond our comprehension. When we lose a fellow human such as McCain to a dark path, to a painful confusing end, we end up a wounded species with much work to be done. When we have the capacity to forgive and believe in someone’s transformation we must apply it. Every single heart counts right now.
Let’s not fall into the trap of treating our oppressors as they manipulated us into treating ourselves and each other. They genuinely have no idea how loving we can be. Let’s show them.
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