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Tuesday, February 16, 2016

The Separation Mindset

If there's one thing that gets me about the conspiracy theory crowd, it's their tendency to determine who the "good" guys and the "bad" guys are in the overall scheme of things. Who is helping our planet? Who is hurting our planet? Who are we going to throw our support behind? The fact of the matter is, this is the separation mindset and we cannot fix the world's problems from that place.

What if I told you that we are all here to fix the planet? How can destructive people be here to help fix the planet, you ask? People who do seemingly negative or destructive things are here to supply contrast. They are here to wreak so much havoc they wake up the most stubborn and resistant couch potatoes on the planet!

I have to confess, I am a fan of the Gospel of Judas. This uncannonized book is the story of Judas, the character the Bible blames for betraying Jesus to authorities, and it sheds a very different light on his life. Instead of being the betrayer, Judas tells the authorities who Jesus was because Jesus asked him to. This was done (supposedly) so that Jesus' life would go according to plan--the bad bringing about the good and desired outcome.

We are spiritual beings having a human experience. This human experience is not meant to be perfect. It is meant to be sticky, dirty and disagreeable. It is these "negative" experiences that supply the contrast we need to thoroughly understand each element in its individuality. This means exploring both sides of the spectrum--the bad and the good. In the grand scheme of things, there is no bad even though in our 3D existence we believe there are bad things. In Oneness, the contrast is evened out to the point where everything is joy.

As long as we focus on good, bad, and choosing sides, we are stuck in the separation mindset. This separation mindset keeps us from working together and creating the solutions we need to heal the planet. It keeps us from remembering that we are all One.

The answers lie within. Learn to drop the idea of blame and follow the direction of the heart. The separation mindset will become a thing of the past. We can retain the lesson, all the while healing ourselves and the planet.

~CSE

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