The End of Evil

I assure you, the only way to combat evil is to heal it because everything else simply perpetuates conflict. It is conflict which fortifies the darkness because darkness gets all its power through opposition. We push against it, and it is empowered. Any aggression or force we put in its direction will come back at us amplified, because evil has a ferocious rage that cannot be matched, and if we try to match it we ourselves become tainted by hatred, and find ourselves involved in the bitterest of conflicts, which only produces more suffering.

The one thing that evil does not have in its armoury is Love. This is the immense and almighty power of goodness, and it heals and conquers everything else without exception. When love surrounds evil, it is like the entire ocean pouring itself upon a great fire. The fire may be big, but the ocean is truly vast and powerful in a way that evil can never be. But if you try to fight fire with fire, only the fire will win.

It is vital we understand this, so that we can take the only intelligent course of action – healing – which occurs through forgiveness. But who is prepared to forgive those who most people perceive as unforgivable? Only the wisest and most evolved individuals will be willing to free themselves from the collective “punishment mentality” and undertake the one single act which is most needed by humanity at this critical moment in time.

Attempt to fight the ‘evil doers’ and we will only be perpetuating conflict as a race, justifying its necessity in the name of “goodness”, whereas in reality only greater and greater suffering is created. As truly intelligent creatures, let us avoid this at all costs and do only that which eliminates the conflict on the deepest level. Forgive, forgive and forgive it all, by understanding what is at the root of all cruelty and darkness.

When you hear of something terrible and inhumane, let your first reaction be to remember that the perpetrators are deeply, deeply sick, disturbed and corrupted in the worst way. Imagine if you were them, lost in the darkness to the extent that you take pleasure in the suffering of others.

What if a genuine and powerful lifeline were thrown to you, that would be guaranteed to save you from the desolate myre of darkness that seemed inescapable to you because of how heartless you had become? It would be the greatest stupidity in the universe not to accept this and choose to remain in hell. The only reason people remain there is because they cannot believe they are worthy of redemption. They cannot believe there is a way back. But there always is, when unconditional forgiveness is on offer.

So give all those who consider themselves ‘lost souls’ an opportunity to be found, to be healed, to be redeemed, because this very action of unconditional forgiveness on your part is what fully restores your heart to its unconditionally loving nature.

Love must flow into the darkest places, because the most transformational force in the universe is forgiveness. It must be extended unconditionally, it must be cast out like a net into the darkest corners for this world to fully heal and for us to fully evolve as a species. If we cling to anger, hatred and the desire to punish, our evolution cannot occur. As Gandhi said : “An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind”. We are each blinded by our own anger – which is stirred up so easily nowadays and directed at people who may only have a different opinion to us – but thankfully we can regain our sight through forgiveness and love. This is the only way to do so.

Without our opposition empowering the force of evil there can only be healing, because love is infinitely greater than any force of darkness. It is only our fear and resistance to it that enables darkness to continue to exist, because fear and resistance prevent love from being present within us. This is why evil wants us to be afraid, and actually wants us to fight it. But if we are not afraid and we look at it without hatred or anger, we will see evil for what it truly is – essentially fear and hatred of Love and goodness.

At its root evil is fear and it perpetuates itself by spreading fear. It is fear which leads people to do irrational, selfish – and ultimately – cruel things. When fear is absent, love is present. These are the two realities co-existing on this planet at the moment, and they are both calling out to us for our full allegiance. It would be wise to open our eyes wide and see the subtle ways we are being called to judge, to hate, to fear and to enter into conflict by the mainstream media and entertainment industry.

On its side, evil has many of the rich, powerful and influential people in positions of political, industrial and governmental power. They disseminate negative, dark and fearful messages through the media (you only have to browse Netflix for 2 minutes to see all the disturbing things you could fill your mind with). The news reports give us endless reasons to be afraid for the future, to judge and hate people, and to mistrust eachother.

There is so much division being created in the human population. Evil is playing people off against each other, and ultimately would like there to be another war. I assure you, this is the grand agenda, and the first step is to divide people. It wants the young people hating the oppressive powers that be, and is training them through movies and video war games to violently oppose them. This can be seen to be bearing fruition with the growing size and popularity of Antifa among young activists in the UK and the USA, a group who believe themselves to be fighting on the side of goodness, against evil (fascism).

Be aware when you hear the words ‘fight’ and ‘good’ in the same sentence. Fighting is not good and cannot bring about goodness, because it only creates suffering, whereas it is healing that truly alleviates suffering. We have to be working collectively to develop a mindset of healing, where we do not create any further suffering, no matter what.

I have mentioned this before, but when it comes to dealing with perpetrators of violence and cruelty, healing-based correction should always take precedence over cold and uncaring punishment. We should never, ever stop caring as a race, with no exception. The way a society treats its very most disturbed and sick members is a reflection of the evolutionary level of that society.

But back to the media, which is subtly painting the picture that violent revolution is not only necessary, but fun, colourful and exciting by using games like Fortnite, which just so happens to be the most played video game in the world. It is making violent bloodshed and brutality more acceptable through big-budget films and television programs such as the cold and icy “Game of Thrones”, which again has been the most watched television series of all time.

The biggest Hollywood film of this year (which was promoted to a degree which I have never seen any other film promoted) portrayed a woman being possessed by the force of evil, battling with it internally, and then finally succumbing to its destructive force and allowing it to possess her with rage and hatred. I have been watching this pattern for many years, and I assure you that these above-mentioned things are all strategic, because evil wants mayhem, chaos and conflict on the biggest scale possible, and it is attempting to bring its plan to fruition. The force of goodness wants world peace, but evil wants world conflict because it opposes goodness diametrically.

This is why it is vital to steer away from where these messages are trying to take you: into division, judgement, conflict, punishment, anger, fear and hatred. These all lead towards greater darkness and suffering, guaranteed. It is tolerance, trust, faith and forgiveness that lead us to safety, into the lighter realms of peace where we are supposed to be. This is why we need to be very careful about what messages are going into our mind and into the minds of our children, because the mind is very easily influenced into thinking in certain ways, and thus our behaviour follows suit.

There is a well-known Native American story which illustrates what I am saying here:

One evening, a native American brave was telling his grandson about the battle that goes on inside of people. He said:

“My son, there is a battle between two wolves inside us all. One wolf is evil. It is greed, anger, envy, jealousy, sorrow, regret, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority and superiority, lies, vanity and ego.

The other wolf is good. It is joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion and faith.”

The grandson thought about this for a minute and then asked his grandfather: “Which wolf wins?”

His grandfather simply replied: “The one you feed.”

Let me ask you this, to what degree are people being fed joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion and faith by the mainstream media? And to what degree are they being fed greed, anger, envy, jealousy, sorrow, regret, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority and superiority, lies, vanity and ego?

We have to be awake and alert enough not to be manipulated into being afraid of anything,or into hating anyone, because in fear and hatred exists the seed of evil. It is in faith and forgiveness where we find the seed of goodness, truth and freedom.

This is why faith and forgiveness are like armour against the darkness, because Love by its very nature forgives, and thus hatred cannot germinate its seed there. And with Love there can be no fear, because evil is totally incapable of defeating Love, because Love is the highest reality and is thus absolute in its power.

Love is not a mere belief or a feeling. Love is a reality, and you cannot defeat a reality! All you can do is keep yourself ignorant of it; keep yourself in the dark, and this is what the media is trying to do through its propagation of fear and division. It is trying to distract us from the truth, which is divine, beautiful, powerful, totally fulfilling, healing and fully liberating.

The deepest part of you does not want to dwell in the darkness, because it was built for the light and the joy of existence. Why would anyone choose darkness, fear, cruelty and suffering if they did not have to? Only because they have been convinced that fear and darkness is the most powerful force, and that they must submit to it. Only because they believe themselves to be beyond redemption, so they may as well surrender to the realm of selfish gratification, carnal pleasure, indulgence and corruption of their soul, because the enjoyment of heartfelt happiness and goodness is no longer an option.

But so great is the universal power of Love, that even to those who are the perpetrators of the most evil cruelty, it will offer them a bridge to redemption and healing. Let us allow that bridge to exist for them, so that we can truly call ourselves a compassionate and forgiving race of evolved creatures. This is the biggest test of our heart, that if passed will propel us into an realm of compassionate and forgiving consciousness that is truly heavenly.

Are you prepared to forgive it all, all the worst cruelty, and thus not only contribute to the eradication of hostility and conflict from the human race, but also be fully restored to your radiant status as a creature of unconditional forgiveness and love?

~ http://www.AlexanderBell.org ~
“Our mind makes us a prisoner,
but our heart sets us free…”

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Trust the highest power

Imagine the mightiest force in the universe caressing your mind and heart with the most loving and gentle of touches, that soothes every worry away.

We have been taught to fear the power of the universe, to fear God, but there is no need fear the almighty power of Love. Trust it, put yourself in its hands, and all your frustration, fears, worries, and deep insecurities will dissolve. This is what everyone needs to do, to be fully free and fully at peace.

You don’t need a belief in God. All you need is the willingness to trust that something more powerful than you will fully protect and guide you. Because I can assure you that it will – but only if you let it. This means that you stop fighting it, stop doubting it, stop trying to override it with your personal plan for your life. It has one for you.

Surrender to the almighty force of Love, which knows you in the greatest detail, and wants to steer you back to its realm of peace, like a river is steered back to the ocean. No matter how off-track you have gotten, no matter how lost in the darkness you have been, no matter how angry or unkind you have become, no matter what you have done, without exception, you will be welcomed back to the ocean, because you remain the same essence as it.

You may have have convinced yourself that you are too impure and deserving of abandonment, but that is not how Love sees you. To the Divine force of Love, you are a lost child who is punishing, berating and convincing itself that it does not deserve to be reunited with its parent. But you are the same loving force. You are not a separate entity. It is your true identity.

All that happens to people is that they allow themselves to be polluted by negative thoughts and negative emotions. They focus upon these, and thus lose sight of who they truly are. If you stop focusing on the stream of mental pollution and negative beliefs, and you look in the right place – in your heart – you will realise that the purity of who you are is still there; just buried a little. There is an innocent, wounded and scared child in the heart of all people, and it is hiding in fear. It has constructed barriers of ego and pretence around itself, such is its sensitivity and desire to avoid pain.

Look at yourself, look into the innocence of your own heart and see your deep desire for security, for love, for acceptance. Those are your deepest desires. They come from the real you, the innocent you, the vulnerable you. Look into your heart every day and make contact with that part of you. Reassure it, help it, serve it. Allow it to express itself and open up to people.

Don’t hide it or pretend it is not there. Open up and reveal yourself to people, because all people have the same core innocence. If you open up, they will open up. If you show you imperfection and vulnerability, they will feel okay about doing the same. You need to be set free from your prison of pretence, of silence, of fear. Let the innocent child within your heart speak, be honest about how it feels, express itself without fear, and you will feel liberated.

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Averting war

I am going to be very direct in this piece of writing, because there is a very negative agenda which – with the help of the media, internet, social media, online video and the Hollywood movie industry – is being sown into the minds of the general public. There is a lot of very dark and psychologically disturbing information out there, and a lot of it is in the form of ‘entertainment’ on sites like Netflix etc.

Simplistically, the plan is one of division, and we can all see that this is working if we observe what is happening socially and culturally. But division is just the beginning. Please bear with me, because I am going to share with you information that may seem extreme, but understand that I don’t share speculations in my articles. I share what I have observed over long periods of time to be undeniably true. I can see where things are being orchestrated to lead, and I urge you to look with a broader perspective, so that you may perceive this also, and hopefully avoid being involved in it.

So, for war to occur there obviously have to be enemies, there have to be opposing sides. So you have to persuade people that they are doing the right thing by fighting against ‘bad’ people who have bad intentions. You have to divide people and set them against each other.

This is what is occurring through the intensifying political split between the left and the right. The left believe that most people on the right have fascist leanings, and the right are completely failing to understand or empathise with those on the left. The right laughs at the left, and left shout at the right, and the divide grows wider.

But only one side has to be possessed by enough anger, fear and hatred for conflict to begin. This is when people get verbally, and often physically attacked simply for their ideology or their political perspective. They need do nothing wrong to be deserving of attack, except believe certain things which are directly opposed to the beliefs of those who consider themselves to be the “good” people.

So creating opposing forces, or at least one very angry force that is willing to harm the people they perceive to be their enemies, is the first step to conflict, and it is obvious that this is occurring. If you have seen any online videos of the anger and hatred that is possessing people who believe themselves to be on the side of “good”, you will understand how decent and intelligent people can very easily be turned into a vicious mob, with the right amount of agitative media propaganda.

So it is absolutely vital to realise that the media, the news, the papers, the television programs, the Hollywood movie industry are all pouring out propaganda intended to divide people. If you find yourself feeling animosity towards anyone because of what you have read, what you have watched, or who you believe them to be, then division has been successfully sown within you. And the media is now intensifying this division, to the point where more and more people are feeling that it is acceptable to use violence in the pursuit of peace. We must wake up urgently and realise where collective anger, hatred and violence will take us. Into a hellish reality, and that is no overstatement.

Do you know what happened in the Rwandan civil war (genocide) in 1994? Close to a million people were killed, many of them by their neighbours and family, and most of them with machetes and home-made weapons, all because of a political and ethnic divide. The hatred and fear was stirred up to such a fever pitch among the Hutu people, via the government’s use of media propaganda, that they believed that the Tutsi people were a very dangerous threat to them. The government literally encouraged the Hutu people them to kill all Tutsi’s (including the babies), and to kill anyone sympathising with the them. People were either part of the cleansing force, or they were killed themselves for not doing what they were supposed to. You can read about how it developed and unfolded on Wikipedia: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rwandan_genocide

I take this quote from Wikipedia on the subject: “A spokesperson for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) observed that “There’s a lot of propaganda by the Government radio aimed at the Hutu” which “makes them feel very anti-Tutsi.”

Does this sound familiar? What if we just changed the word ‘Tutsi’ to some other race, or another political group perhaps? What are we currently witnessing in our media, where people are being demonised and attacked simply for holding particular political viewpoints, or for supporting allegedly controversial people? How much anger and hatred are we witnessing among groups of people who are taking a seemingly positive political stance in the name of peace, but are seemingly willing to fight for it?

We must understand that peace has to begin within our self, by our steering away from hatred, division and conflict, in our thoughts, words and actions. There is no other way. We cannot have a peaceful world by fighting those whom we think are the bad guys, because that will only add to the conflict in the world. If there are people who are doing bad things in the world, then of course we must raise awareness of it, even protest it if you feel that you have to. But steer away from anger and hatred at all costs, because it only leads in one direction, and you do not want to walk very far down that path, I assure you.

Anger and hatred possess people, and make them do things that they would like to believe they are incapable of. You could have done a street-survey in 1984 in Rwanda to ask people if they would be willing to attack their friends violently with a machete, and I doubt many people (or anyone at all) would have said ‘yes’. But 10 years later, 10 years of intensively divisive propaganda stirring up fear, animosity and hatred, and ordinary people were killing their neighbours brutally, killing babies and children. This is what happens when the lower instincts are fuelled intensively for long enough; when anger and fear are stirred up to such a fever pitch that violence is presented as the only logical option. You may not believe it, but the media is capable of doing this, given enough time. The only way to be immune from it is to refuse to be drawn in the direction of judgement, anger and hatred, even a little bit, even if it seems totally justified to hate an individual. Refuse to let hatred into your heart, by refusing to fuel hostile thoughts with your attention. See them for what they are: fuel for division.

To physically harm another person, or to enjoy seeing another person being harmed is deeply detrimental for our soul. It is the corruption of the real goodness of our heart, which unconditionally cares and forgives. This is what truly good people do, and you can be a truly good person, simply by deciding to steer away from judgment and hatred. The true, deep compassion in our heart sees the pain and fear that drives people to do terrible things. Decent people can become possessed by the energy of hatred, and do things that we couldn’t imagine ourselves doing. But at one point, they may have been like us. They may have considered themselves to be a ‘good person’.

At all costs, you must ensure that you are never one of those people, who gets led down the path of division and hostility, by your own fear and hatred. I urge you to steer clear of them, and of judging others. Seek to understand why people do things, and what is motivating them. It is rarely because they are just an ‘evil person’, and it is usually because they have experienced fear, pain, and usually abuse. They have not experienced the love that every human heart needs to function properly. So guard your own heart, and make sure that it is a place of compassion and understanding – for all individuals, no matter how corrupt and evil they may seem. Because it is hatred that corrupts the human soul more than anything else in this world. Wherever evil is found, hatred is found, and thus you must move in completely the opposite direction to it.

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Protecting Innocent Minds

The most vulnerable members of our society are children, and there is something very sinister occurring on a grand scale which we should all be aware of, especially if you are a parent. What I will share with you now is something that I have been aware of for a very long time, but it is now intensifying and becoming all-pervading in our media-driven culture, with millions of young minds being affected across the globe.

Due to their innocence, children are easily influenced and easily led. When information is presented in a certain way that is appealing or interesting to them (especially through the medium of film, cartoon and ‘popular culture’ in general) they will accept and absorb it eagerly and unquestioningly. They will rarely be aware of any deeper message or agenda that may be present in what they are watching, listening to or reading, because they take things more on face value and are more trusting. They have not learned that there can be hidden agendas in communication, in portrayals of stories and films which may on the surface appear to be innocent and harmless, but which actually may be conveying a deeper and more weighty message. Of course, it is not always a negative message, but the fact remains that it can be, and often is.

For instance, a big-name children’s movie company makes what appears to be a fun children’s movie. It may be animated, full of colour and music, and on the surface seemingly benign. However we must remember that these films are written by adults and they are produced by adults. Film is the most powerful and influential medium we have on this planet at present – with immersive video games perhaps coming a close second – and as such, these adults are in a very powerful position to influence the minds of hundreds of millions of children across the globe.

So the big question is, how much do we trust these adults who are telling our children stories through the medium of film? And what are their intentions? We may think it is just to entertain, but the big Hollywood movie companies without doubt have serious socio-political agendas, and are not necessarily working independently from the government and its larger agenda. With careful observation, these agendas can be observed in some of the subtle and layered messages present in these seemingly child-friendly films.

It has been said that if you want to shape the future of society, shape the minds of the young. Sadly, this is exactly what the big-money film industry (as well as the television, streaming video and gaming industry) are all doing, and once you start looking more carefully, it is plain to see. The problem is that most people trust these industries, seeing them as just innocent ‘entertainment’ providers.

But the truth is that they are consciously steering the minds of young people in an orchestrated and strategic way, in tandem with a grander agenda which is deeply political and power-based. Those that run our societies and governments are without doubt harnessing the powerful mediums of films and video games to disseminate the messages that they want people to be getting, and they are now targeting children and young adults more than ever.

How well do we know the people who are influencing our children’s minds so powerfully? How much can we trust those who are writing, producing and investing enormous sums of money in these incredibly popular and very realistic films, all of which carry a deeper message (as all stories do by their very nature) that is going directly into the subconscious mind of our child as they are watching it. Wouldn’t you like to be 100% aware of what messages are being conveyed to your child? Then you have to look deeper than the outer appearances of the films, at the metaphoric and symbolic meaning of the story, because that is what is being absorbed most deeply by the viewer.

The difference between adults and children is that a child becomes totally immersed in the reality of the on-screen story as if it was real, becoming one hundred percent absorbed and captivated by what they are seeing and hearing. It is stored in their memory as if it was a real experience that they actually had, because it was so life-like and immersive for them.

It is important to understand that no matter how friendly and harmless the film seems on the surface, the underlying story, character dynamics and overarching message of the film is what has a lasting and powerful effect on the mind of the viewer, and thus their subsequent attitude and behaviour in response to certain social circumstances.

Adults in the entertainment industry have been telling stories with deeper meanings for a very long time, because that is what the best stories do; they communicate deeper truths metaphorically. This is why Jesus often taught people using parables. The deeper message goes to a deeper place, and we understand or perceive things in a deeper way. Jesus’ intentions were obviously pure and positive ones. His aim was to bring peace, wisdom and healing to those who heard his words, to teach them the way out of darkness and suffering.

So do you think that all story writers, all film directors and producers have the same pure intentions? I can tell you for sure that they do not. Of course, you may think that many of them are just making fun entertainment, and that very little thought or intention has gone into crafting the more subtle messages of the film, but I can assure you 100% that this is not the case.

All big-budget popular films have deeper messages (some of which are definitely good) because those that produce them are fully aware of the deeply influential power that metaphoric stories have upon the human psyche. The whole story-telling business is built upon the power to affect the human mind, and open it up to new ways of thinking, relating to and understanding the world and oneself. Of course, we would hope that the intention behind the story was always a positive one, but the people who are producing them – though obviously very talented – are not necessarily as pure-hearted and well-intentioned as we would wish them to be.

Over the past few years we have all been becoming more aware of the degree of corruption and deviance in the entertainment and movie industry, and upon investigation it is clear that it runs through all levels. And you will find, like in giant corporations, that those who have the most power and money are the ones who are most likely to be corrupt, because it is wealth, greed and power that most easily corrupt a human being. Wherever there are very wealthy, powerful and influential adults, there will be a higher degree of corruption present.

There is a huge amount of money and an enormous amount of influence (and thus power) in the entertainment industry, and therefore a directly proportionate amount of corruption, greed, and manipulation taking place. When powerful and corrupt people want more power, just like wartime propaganda, they will use the most effective means of doing so, which is the medium of film.

A film with a social and political agenda hidden beneath bright colours, fun, adventure, drama, music and song, will just be a fun film to 99.9% of the people who watch it. But all stories have at least two levels on which information is being conveyed, which is why we need to be fully aware of the underlying message of any film we watch ourselves, and especially those that we let our children see. I have seen so many, many modern children’s films (especially animated) which have been lauded, loved and enjoyed by millions, but which were portraying an underlying negative message.

I have studied this for many years and I have learnt to observe films on the metaphoric level, rather than the superficial level and to see the deeper message of the story, rather than being hypnotised by the surface events and occurrences.

Whether we notice it or not, films usually convey a political message because the people who are making them have political allegiances, and often social and political agendas. We are talking about the worlds most powerful medium for influencing the human mind and human behaviour – which is what film is – and it is being used by some of the world’s most powerful people and organisations for social and political purposes. To think that huge budget films – into which hundreds of millions of dollars are poured, and further millions are spent promoting and advertising – are just ‘harmless entertainment’ couldn’t be further from the truth, and it very naive to believe so. Yes, films are powerful and in an ideal world should be used not only to ‘entertain’, but also to benefit the people who watch them. Think of the positive and inspiring messages that could be flooding out into society via the movie industry, if it were populated only by well-intentioned and caring human beings.

Because if we want a peaceful world, it is essential that we lead people away from the tendency towards conflict, hostility and violence. We have to encourage tolerance, co-operation, patient communication and measured understanding of others people’s ideas. Yet most children’s films portray a very different message, one that we subconsciously might think is a ‘good’ message. They portray that for peace to prevail, we must fight and defeat the bad guys, destroy them, teach them a lesson, eliminate them, wipe them out. Yet this clearly involves conflict, aggression and violence.

Can you see how a seemingly ‘good’ message (i.e. defeat evil) can be used to encourage negative or harmful attitudes? We may think that defeating evil is a good message, but the deeper message is that it is right and proper to engage in conflict and hostility – even to hurt other human beings – under acceptable circumstances (i.e. in the name of goodness and justice). But no matter what the justification, conflict, hostility and physical aggression only lead to pain and suffering, guaranteed. We absolutely need to steer away from them. The attitudes of non-violence, compassion and tolerance are deeply, deeply vital to a peaceful and flourishing society. They are infinitely more nourishing and effective messages to be giving to our young children, if we want them to lead a fulfilling and rewarding life.

And consider this: in the portrayal of good versus evil, who decides who the ‘bad guys’ are? Who decides who you should be opposing, and trying to ‘defeat’? In society, ‘bad guys’ don’t walk around with patches over their eye, scars on their face, or evil twisted grins. To some people, the bad guys are the ones wearing suits and carrying briefcases. To others, the bad guys are the ones wearing uniforms and badges. To others, the bad guys are the ones who have an opposing belief system which they might vehemently disagree with.

All of this revolves around identifying ‘the bad guys’ (who are nearly always present in children’s films in some form or another) and then placing yourself in opposition to them, so you can feel good about who you are. But there is no more effective way of dividing a society than this. It is a deeply detrimental way of seeing humanity and we need to snap out of it a.s.a.p. and stop allowing our children to be brainwashed into thinking the same way.

See if you can find a big budget Hollywood children’s film (animated or not) that doesn’t portray good and bad guys on some level, in some manner. The ‘bad guys’ might just be unkind members of the same social group as the ‘good guys’ – they don’t have to be evil super-villains – and the message of the film is usually “teach the bad guys a lesson” or “give them what they deserve.”

Again, you might think this is a good message, (even though it encourages conflict and punishment) but who decides in society who the bad guys are? The media does, through its portrayal of news events, politics, human behaviour and so on. The media can put a face on the screen, tell us what this person has done, and instantly encourage a sense of hostility to that person. It can do this with groups of people also. It tells us “this is a bad guy, and anyone who behaves or thinks like him/her is a bad guy too” and when we are emotionally manipulated into feeling some hostility, anger or disgust towards the individual(s) on the screen, division and conflict has been successfully created within us. We feel like a ‘good guy’ because we have identified – and psychologically disassociated ourselves from – the bad guys.

But what about people who are being unfairly criticised and demonised in society for their ideology, or for not being politically correct? We might share some of their perspectives, their ways of seeing the world. Does that then make us part of the ‘bad guys’ team? Consider this deeply, because the media is heavily polarising people based on their political and social attitudes, and labelling them as ‘good’ or ‘bad’.

It is all very well to encourage the punishment of the ‘bad guys’, until you realise that perhaps you might be perceived as one of them. This is why it is very dangerous and highly detrimental to society to promote the idea that good must fight evil, because it can only lead to conflict, cruelty, violence and suffering. This will not lead us closer to peace, it will only devastate society in every way imaginable, and deeply traumatise everyone involved.

For society to become more peaceful, it must become less divided, and this must happen on an individual level, person by person. It cannot happen to a group, and it cannot be enforced. We must decide, as a human being, to look at ourselves and see what ideas are creating a sense of division and hostility within us. What attitudes, what judgements? Are we intolerant of people who have opposing belief systems to ours? Who are we intolerant of? Who are we angry with?

Peace and healing comes with tolerance, with understanding other people and what is going on inside of them. Many people today are possessed by ideologies that make them see others as their enemy, just because of what they think. Does what you think make you a good guy or bad guy? Can you see where this leads? Can you see how this divides people, how it sets humanity against itself? We have to stop labelling people as ‘bad’ and seek to understand them instead, and by doing so we will understand ourselves better in the process, for all humans work in the same way. Some have been pushed to the extremes by their upbringing, their conditioning and their inability to adjust to society, but this doesn’t make them bad or evil. It makes them sick and mentally unwell.

We must steer away from judgement and hostility, and move in the direction of peace and compassion as urgently as we can. We must drop our attitude of opposition towards others and their beliefs, and instead focus on our own desire for peace. Leave other people alone. Stop focusing on them and instead focus upon healing the inner division within your own mind, healing the judgment, criticism and harshness that you encounter there. There is no compassion in those voices, and we must stop listening to them. This is absolutely imperative and essential. We can only make progress as a race if we do this.

Individually, we each have to make this one key decision if we are to help save society from self-destruction. We must decide that we want peace instead of conflict. This means we reject conflict and anything that encourages it, including any information, media or communication that incites judgement, criticism or division in any way. The human race does indeed need to heal, and we can all see this clearly. The only question in our mind should be “How can I be part of the solution?”

I assure you, you cannot heal something through force, destruction, conflict, opposition and anger, and because each of us is a cell in the great body of humanity, we must begin by healing the division, anger, fear and hostility within ourselves. If we decide to do this and each focus upon restoring peace to ourselves – rather than watching what everybody else is doing wrong – we will find that, very quickly, the world will seem a much more peaceful, safe and stable place to be. This will occur as we cease to look through eyes of division and judgement, and instead eyes of compassion and understanding.

The journey begins with seeing the degree to which we have set ourselves in opposition to other people, to ourselves and to humanity in general through our judgments and fears. We need to stop punishing ourselves and stop punishing other people. Yes, we are imperfect as a human, and so is everyone else, but we still need to be treated with care and compassion, as does everyone else on this planet. We must forgive ourselves for all our failings, and forgive other people for all their failings. Human society is a topsy-turvy and deeply complicated structure to be a part of, so we must not blame anyone for how they are coping with it, or how their upbringing has conditioned them.

The media does indeed polarise people, it does weigh them down with an abundance of negative and worrisome information, and we have to try and maintain our sanity and decency amongst all of this. It is a great challenge, but life becomes so much easier (and richer) when you introduce patience, tolerance, compassion and decency into the equation, extending them to all people without exception. Refuse to judge people, for that is merely fuel for inner division and hostility. Refuse to label a person or a group of people as ‘the bad guys’, for you do not know what has driven them, influenced them and led them to where they are. All human beings need healing.

To a great extent we are all the victims of a very manipulative media-driven society, so we should have empathy for our fellow citizens, no matter what their belief systems are, because most belief systems are influenced by the information that is presented to us as we grow up. Have compassion for all the simple humans, including yourself, that are just trying to feel safe in this world, and be watchful that you don’t allow your thoughts to generate feelings of hostility towards anyone, including your own self, for we are all vulnerable children at heart, looking for security in all the wrong places (such as belief systems). When we do this, and our belief system is subsequently threatened, we instantly feel insecure, as if someone is shaking the foundations of our safe dwelling place. This is the problem we have with investing ourselves in beliefs. Every other person with a strong, differing belief system is seen as a threat to our feeling of security. So if we are to live peacefully, our inner security must come from elsewhere. It must come from our heart, from our knowledge and faith in the power of Love. This is the difference between building your house upon the rock or upon the sand. Belief systems are not stable, and must be put to the side in the pursuit of peace. Love, compassion and tolerance must take centre stage, and we must reorient ourselves around them.

We must understand that all division and hostility begin in our mind, in our thoughts. Once we see this, we will realise that we have a choice whether to engage with such thoughts, or whether to steer clear of them, and come back to our heart, come back to a feeling of compassion and forgiveness. No matter who your thoughts tell you is the enemy, who you should be against, just see what those thoughts are trying to do. They are trying to lead you away from peace and into a realm of hostility. Don’t go there, come back to your heart, come back to peace.

You cannot have conflict and enjoy peace at the same time. And the idea that a person (or a group of people) will have peace once they have gotten rid of all their enemies is just as erroneous, because a mind in conflict will always create new opposition and new enemies, guaranteed. You will only have peace when you stop fighting, when you stop positioning yourself against other people in your mind, and thus creating your own opposition.

We are a human family – a very dysfunctional, divided and unwell family for sure, but a family nonetheless – and peace is possible if we individually address our own dysfunction and sickness, rather than pointing out everyone else’s. Because it is healing that we are in most dire need of, and this must now be our focus, individually and collectively.

~ http://www.AlexanderBell.org
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Who You Truly Are

It is important that at some point we get a glimpse of our true identity, so that we can understand our part in this cosmic jigsaw puzzle that we call existence – and it is not what we think. To become aware of who we truly are, it is essential we look beyond all the thoughts that come into our head, all the ideas we have about ourselves, because none of them are actually true. This very act alone sets us free from all the self-limitation and frustration we have created with our thinking.

Thoughts only become ‘true’ by our believing in them, by convincing ourselves of their accuracy, but you don’t have to believe anything about yourself. You simply need to look past every single belief, every thought about who you think you are and see what exists outside of thoughts. This is where your true depth will be encountered, and also your true peace, fulfilment, joy and freedom.

There is one core thought that you have, at the root of all the others, which is ‘I am’. But that ‘I’ tends to refer to your individual sense of identity, your separate self, which we call the ego. However, it is only in your mind where the idea of being a separate individual is true. It is only true when you think about it. Without the thoughts, it simply cannot exist, and we cannot experience ourselves as an isolated and separate individual. It is only the thoughts that create this subjective reality within in our awareness. It is not objectively true.

Because in truth, there is no division in consciousness. There are only thoughts which create the experience of division, when they are believed. There is just an idea of being separate, which you engage with and make more real with all the millions of thoughts that flow from this sense of ‘I’. That is the mental web of the ego, made of thoughts, and we get totally tangled up in it. And thus we lose sight of what is ultimately true, we lose sight of our naturally p expansive and unbounded nature, and we forget our true freedom.

So the main practice to untangle yourself from this web of ego-related thoughts is to watch your mind very, very carefully – like a hawk – and become an expert in noticing the ego-related thoughts arising. As you see them arise in your mind, you can either go there, into that thought and into its reality, or you can step back from it.

You step back by bringing your attention into the reality of your body instead of your mind, and simply allow the thoughts to pass you by, like clouds in the sky, while you simply rest in a feeling of relaxed openness. There is no resistance to the thoughts, no need to push them away. You simply don’t get involved in them, you don’t give them your attention. Instead, you relax your body and breathe, enjoying the more expansive sense of awareness each breath brings you. You allow a sense of harmony to be restored to your body, as tension is released.

So by repeatedly bringing your attention away from the realm of thoughts, and learning how to rest within the peace and warmth of your body and heart, what you are then left with is an all-enveloping and immersive experience of truth, rather than a mental reality of ideas, of conceptual ‘truths’. And that experience is not just physical, it is deeply spiritual because it is emanating from your heart, the centre of your being.

In this realm of inner experience there is not division, because what you are experiencing here is your life force, your energy field, which actually exists within a sea of energy, which is what ‘the universe’ actually is. One giant sea of spiritual (i.e. non-material) energy, which is conscious, intelligent and deeply benevolent. Many people call this God, but names do not matter. All that matters is that it exists, and that we can experience it, we can open to it, we can surrender to it. This is the most intelligent thing we can possibly do with our life. Once we decide with our heart to do this, all those troubles that were manufactured by our individual sense of ego (all the personal fears, worries, judgements, regrets, hostilities etc.) simply vanish. They are part of the ego, and the ego is separation. It is illusion.

Allow yourself to merge with the universal force of Love, simply by allowing your heart to open more and more, releasing all your individual beliefs, all your fears and all your resistance to that force, and you are left with the experience of divine truth, of union with the ocean of consciousness.

This is your natural and whole state, as part of something much bigger, much more powerful, and much more beautiful. This is where you belong, this is where you are truly safe, and this is where you will experience everlasting peace.

~ http://www.AlexanderBell.org
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Divine Communion

Most people subconsciously fear judgement by God, because there is an underlying belief system that they will be punished if God sees who they truly are. So we hide ourselves in thoughts – complex labyrinths of thought – where we think God will not find us. This is literally ‘burying our head in the sand’, childishly believing that if we cannot see God, then God cannot see us.

So we construct a mental reality to live in, made of thought, where we think we can avoid the judgemental presence of God, and thus be spared his inevitable fierce punishment. But the opposite is true, because God does not look upon us judgementally. God’s presence is what truly protects our mind and guides our mind towards the divine realm where it belongs, averting us from the darkness. God will not punish us, because God accepts our imperfections.

So we are afraid of a judgement which is not there, and thus we unnecessarily cast ourselves into the mental thought-based illusion, full of the shadows of doubt and confusion – when there absolutely no need to do so.

We will only be free of darkness when we finally decide to leave that labyrinth, and allow ourselves to be fully present with God. God’s mind is pure presence, radiant light, luminous intelligence, and we will very much want to merge with it when we realise this for ourselves, when we perceive its spiritual beauty with our own mind and heart.

A loving parent carefully watches over their child, without judging their character, without seeing any imperfections or failings in that child. There is just loving and attentive presence. This is what the child really needs, and this is what makes the child feel truly secure. Similarly, we really need God’s spiritual presence, because we are only truly secure when our heart and mind are fully joined with God’s.

When there are no thoughts of “me” as a separate entity to God, when we drop all barriers to God, and welcome total communion with him, we merge with him and become fully permeated and saturated with his divine presence. This is what our body is designed for, and this is our true identity as a child of God. This is our ultimate fulfilment.

So essentially, all we need to do is say yes to God; to want to perceive his presence, to want to become aware of him. When we simply say yes, it is guaranteed that we will come to know God – through our subtle mental perception and through our heart – because God is loving intelligence. As we choose to open up to God’s presence, fear begins to depart from our heart and mind. We stop wanting to distract ourselves and instead we want to be more still and more quiet, so that we can become aware of God’s peace, for which there is no worldly substitute.

Slowly and happily, we merge more with God’s loving awareness, allowing his light into every hidden corner of our heart and mind. There is nothing we need to hide from God, because God will not punish us. God will only heal us, if we show him our fears, our insecurities, our vulnerabilities, our pain. God is the Love that heals the wounds in our heart. And God is the light that removes all darkness from our mind.

You having nothing to lose, and everything to gain. All it takes is the humility to say “I need some help.”

~ http://www.AlexanderBell.org
Develop the strength of your heart
“Thinking keeps us on the surface of life, in our mind,
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Attuning yourself

So many things de-tune us from our natural connection to life’s positive vibration, which is a loving, peaceful and subtly joyful one. When we are in balance – open and relaxed – we clearly feel it. We feel positive, we feel harmonious. This is also the effect of spending time in nature. It balances us and restores a sense of well-being, a feeling of positivity. Yet there are many subtle influences in our lives that divert us from this, that take us into subtle disharmony, tension, anxiety and stress.

Stimulants and addictive substances such as coffee, alcohol, tobacco, sugar and chocolate all subtly alter our body/brain chemistry and detune us from the more peaceful vibration of our heart, of nature. Nature’s vibration is a slower vibration, a slower rhythm, which does not rush, yet it does not stagnate. It is a consistent, steady yet powerful flow of energy, deeply enriching and creative. Embodying and attuning to this energy is what makes our body truly strong and truly healthy.

When we speed up due to stress, over-stimulation or anxiety about a lack of time, we weaken our structure on a fundamental level, because we are disconnecting from the source of our strength – nature’s energy – and substituting it with biological stimulants, such as adrenaline. Stress is addictive for this reason. It creates adrenaline, which gives up a feeling of more energy and more power, but when it leaves our system we usually feel exhausted and weak. Caffeine, chocolate and sugar all have the same effect. They temporarily give us more energy, then leave us feeling drained. This is why they are addictive.

This is why, if we want to free ourselves from external addictions, we must re-attune ourselves to the peace and the slower pace of nature, so that we can remember how we are supposed to feel in a healthy, strong and balanced body. We remember that we can feel joyful without the need for stimulants, just by allowing ourselves to be inspired by nature, by enjoying becoming healthier and more energised.

People hope they can avoid this lifestyle change, continue with their unhealthy habits and just rely on their stimulants or sedatives of choice (e.g. Coffee/alcohol/chocolate etc) to make life enjoyable, fun and rewarding. But this is where addiction becomes inevitable, because all substances wear off and people don’t enjoy addressing the reality of their poor health, negative mentality and anxious heart. It is far easier to just keep yourself distracted, stimulated or sedated, and everything seems kind of ‘okay’.

However, we know we are missing something. We know there is a passion for life somewhere in our heart; a desire to live more fully, more healthily and thus feel more connected and fulfilled. So as we improve our diet, removing foods which don’t make us feel healthy and including more foods that do, and as we become more active and fit, and as we enjoy spending more time in nature rather than staring at a screen, a magazine or newspaper, we realise that we have not lost our capacity for joy and happiness. We become aware that we can feel positive and we can feel peaceful, just by taking better care of ourselves, by nourishing ourselves properly, and by giving more attention to the simple beauty of life, of this planet.

Nourishing ourselves doesn’t just mean with food, it means addressing all of your needs. Your need to rest and relax, your need to get enough sleep, your need for laughter and fun, your need for exercise, your need to be nature, your need to communicate, your need to be around other people, your need for a spiritual focus, your need to give and help others, your need for creativity, your need to discover who you truly are…

If you neglect any of these needs, you will find that part of you suffers to a greater or lesser degree, depending on the importance of the need. But if you become more aware of these needs, and make sure you are doing something about them, you will notice that you feel more enriched, more whole, more balanced and healthy. You will feel like you are taking better care of yourself and as a result, you will feel more love. This is what ‘self-love’ is. When we grow up, we no longer have our mother or father taking care of our needs; that becomes our job, and it is very important that we do it.

We need to be cared for, and of course it is great to have a partner who cares for us because it reminds us of the love shown to us by our mother or father. But we are responsible for meeting all of the above mentioned needs. We have to show care for ourselves. Our partner cannot make us rest, or get enough sleep. Our partner cannot ensure that we are nurturing our creativity. We have to take personal responsibility for all these needs, all of which need our attention.

We can kid ourselves that we don’t need these things, but there is a voice of wisdom somewhere in our mind or heart which knows that we do. It is important to listen to this wise voice. It is the voice which says “It is good to go to bed now” or “you need to eat better today”. We often behave like stubborn children, rebelling against this voice which we wrongly perceive as a voice of authority or control. But it is wisdom. It comes from the wiser part of you, the part which cares for your wellbeing. If we rebel against that, we are just being foolish and unintelligent. Yet so often we do rebel.

So why not decide right now to be less foolish, and more intelligent? It is just a decision, and a very beneficial one for you. Decide to make friends with this voice of wisdom, and decide to work with it, to listen more carefully to it. This doesn’t mean you have to obey it, because you have a choice. It means that you consider more carefully what it tells you, rather than just dismissing it. And keep in mind that it knows far, far more than you do.

You can communicate with this voice at any point. You can thank it. You can actually feel the love it has for you. It is the voice of care, the voice of love. You could even say that it is the voice of God. To ignore it or stubbornly do the opposite if what it suggests is to deny yourself what you actually really, really want, deep down inside. Wellness, connection, joy and love in your heart.

If you will just obey that voice of wisdom rather than fight it, your life will instantly improve, and you will become a wiser, more intelligent person who harnesses the power of love for the betterment of the self, and thus the betterment of the whole. So get into agreement with that benevolent voice, that benevolent force which wants to help you, and your life will change instantly.

~ http://www.AlexanderBell.org
Develop the strength of your heart
“Thinking keeps us on the surface of life, in our mind,
where all doubt, fear and insecurity originate. We belong
in our heart’s depth, where peace, joy & freedom are found.”

Read my life-changing free book…
“How to Live in Love” : http://LiveinLove.eu

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