Cause and effect, that troublesome, immutable law, simply and unfailingly presents us with that which we have created
There is, and certainly will be, no shortage of comments on, and much pain resulting from, the terrible and tragic killings of the policemen in Dallas, and those of two black men, which seem to be the pivotal incidents used to justify the unjustifiable police killings.
There will also be thoughts about, and perhaps research into, the parties behind the scenes who promote, manipulate – and perhaps infiltrate and instigate – in order to benefit, from the divisiveness and polarization that is further perpetuated. Speculation about the details in all of these events should be expected, such as may be provoked by the change between the original report from Dallas of perhaps two snipers “triangulating” the shooting, and the new assessment that there was only one sniper…who is already known to have been trained by the US military, presumably to kill other people.
Whatever the facts turn out to be in these particular incidents, it’s indisputable that racism is institutionalized in America, as has long been known and also commented on by Billy Meier.
(And hopefully not completely lost in the mix will be concern that an irresponsible, power-hungry criminal was given a pass by the FBI…which has been overshadowed by the recent shootings).
We have been repeatedly warned about what is coming to America – should the warnings continue to be ignored – and I’ll reprise these previous comments:
*“Unlike the people who derive their sense of reality from the dead-end machinations and illusions of politics and religion, those who understand the unfailingly immutable law of cause and effect also understand that there’s no magic involved, no accidental, random, unforeseen events taking place. There’s only the dependably ceaseless fulfillment of the law. And it’s the same in our micro and macro, individual and collective lives.”
**”It can seem beyond daunting to even try to make a difference. But those of us who’ve been studying the Meier material, especially everything connected to understanding and applying the Might of the Thoughts also know that it requires now a long, painstaking process of controlling our thoughts, of neutral-positive thinking and complete self-responsibility.”
***“So, for those who understand how the immutable, impersonal, universal laws of cause and effect operate there is still much sadness, though not much surprise. Just as the inevitable collapsing of lands and structures is now underway, so is the collapse of all of that which is false and unsupportable in human consciousness and that can no longer be sustained.
Turning one’s attention to the teaching of the spirit, of truth and of life will bear better fruits, such as living a life of peace, love, freedom and harmony, completely devoid of beliefs and delusions.”
Cause and effect, that troublesome, immutable law, doesn’t “justify” violence, revenge, retribution, etc., it simply and unfailingly presents us with that which we have created, consciously or unconsciously, deliberately or accidentally. Learning how to think so as to create a world of peace, love, freedom and harmony should be our first priority.