War in a Culture of Fear
THE RUSSIAN AGGRESSION AGAINST UKRAINE may be seen and understood as the manifestation of a war culture in human consciousness. What Neale Donald Walsch says in the article linked below about the Syrian crisis of 2013 is applicable, in the way I see it, to the Ukrainian crisis today, as well as to all 27 live conflicts currently occurring worldwide.
As above so below. As in human consciousness so in our world.
The underlying motivating force behind war may well be fear; a fear buried deeply in the mass subconscious. It’s a fear of Divine retribution — or rather a fear of an imagined and well deserved wrath of God in punishment for betraying His trust, and betraying God himself.
As a race of humanity, many of our specie look upon so-called “natural disasters” as punishment for sinful ways. Lightning and thundering are outbursts of an angry God. The Deluge in Noe’s day and the cataclysms in Moses’s day, detailed by Immanuel Velikovsky in his signature work WORLDS IN COLLISION — even hurricanes and tornados — are punishing “acts of God.” Ultimately, we fear annihilation of our species by ecological collapse and, once more in my lifetime, by nuclear war.
We are bent on punishing ourselves for separating from our Creator and betraying the trust He placed in us to eat heartedly of the fruit of the Tree of Life and to keep our hands off the fruit of Tree of the Knowledge of good and evil. It seems our attitude is that, if God doesn’t punish us, then we will punish ourselves with war and self-destruction. This fear is literally driving us mad, not to mention crippling our immune systems. It appears we have a death-wish for our specie.
Read with Neale Donald Walsch wrote about war in the link below:
There can be no justification, in a spiritual sense, for a military attack by the United States on Syria, whatever the intention or cause. The very first message of Conversations with God, on pg. 5 of Book One, says that We Are All One. If this is true (and it is), then killing each other to resolve our problems — even our biggest problems — can never be the answer . . . . The spiritual wisdom on this matter says that we cannot continue with the insanity of using killing to end killing, violence to end violence. Negativity only breeds negativity . . . . the problem in the world today is that we keep trying to solve the problem in the world today at every level except the level at which the problem exists.
THE ONLY SOLUTION IS LOVE . . . FOR THE LORD
The solution to war is the same today as it has always been: REPENT. Turn around and face the Creator with humility and naked acknowledgment of our betrayal. We can only do this as individuals, but we do it for all of mankind when we do it individually. As a member of the body of Mankind I can speak for the whole body: “Here I am, Lord. I heard your voice in the Garden and I was afraid. I am sorry for betraying you. Please forgive me. I love you, Lord, with all of my being.” We each have the authority to speak these words — for our selves and for the Body of Mankind. Who has the integrity and the willingness to do this? I do. I am responsible for the war in Ukraine, and for all wars, past and present, in the world. Only by owning up to our responsibility, individual and collective, and giving our utter love to the One whose world this is, our Beloved Lord and King, will wars stop being waged on earth.
Let us replace our culture of fear with the culture of love, and thereby put an end to war. Cast fear and war out of our consciousness. Only thus will our world reflect the culture of love present above it in our heaven. It only exist in our consciousness, our heaven. In God’s Heaven there is only peace and love . . . and forgiveness. Our Creator awaits our return. Let’s not keep Him waiting another moment.
Am I being a bit naive or overly simplistic? I think simple is more accurate. It’s the truth, and the truth is simple. I welcome your thoughts and insights. Until my next post,
Be love. Be Loved.