Marlen wrote:I saw this 'work of art' done by a mexican artist that created the outline of this country with bike-chains as a cogwheel mechanism hanging on a white wall, while having oil all over as the 'lubricant' to keep the entire mechanism going - all the oil was also dripping down creating a poodle on the floor. The outline of the country was upside down, which mean that the oil was 'dripping to the north' part of the country in reality - obvious connotation about this entire oil-economy-driven reality and the 'powers' that are currently seeping the oil to 'the north' - however whenever we look at this reality as a running-on-oil reality, we can see that it works exactly the same way as our mind.
We feel, think and get emotional to create the same 'oil' as the energy that the mind requires to keep functioning and in that, we are certainly no different to our entire economic system that is currently 'going dry' which is how consciousness works as well. So, when we realize what stopping participation in the mind implies and how that will reflect in our world system, it will be quite interesting to see how dependent on energy we have been to keep our own 'heaven' running. This implies that we are all responsible for this current accepted and allowed ludicrous reality that is thriving on abuse and exploitation. We abuse our very physical to keep our own mental-realities going.
So - a practical suggestion is to see if there are any fears that may come up when realizing: what will actually happen if/when oil runs out? Do I fear losing something? Do I fear having to go through a particular situation with regards to such scenario? Do I experience any other emotion about it? And within that, we can simply make sure that we do not create and hold unnecessary reactions without giving it proper direction - which means writing it out, applying self forgiveness and establishing some common sense to stop all 'fear of loss.'
Cool for bringing the point up - so taking it back to self is: will I go into 'panic' if the world system currently crashes? How can I assist and support myself for that? What is it that I fear losing the most? And walking from there, one point at a time. I'll write about this today and share in a blog.
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