I talk to a lot of people who are desperate to change the world and change it now.
It’s common among those who go through the awakening process to have a strong desire to live in a different world and to take part in creating it. I’ve talked to people from across the globe all with the same life mission. Each one going about it in a different way.
The most common thing I have noticed among these awakened souls, most of them are broke. A lot of them have grown to hate money. They tend to speak unkindly about those who are still in what is.
Karmic Law reminder.
Let go of what was.
Embrace what is.
Make changes for what will be.
There is a lot going on all over the world right now leading towards this “change” in humanity. However we can never forget to embrace what is.
Speak well, live well, talk mad shit, deal with mad shit.
I say that a lot. I like to remind myself.
There is nothing to be gained by holding hate for what is. Each of us wander and no one is lost.
I understand where the anger comes from in looking at the world today for the awakened soul.
It’s anger at yourself for not waking up sooner.
It’s anger at yourself for not recognizing everyone has the birthright to live as they will.
It’s self loathing for not being able to reconcile embracing what is while slowly making changes in the way you live to become an example by living your talk.
Been there, done that, got the T-Shirt.
I was trying to get back to the book this morning however this was bugging me.
I was introduced to Bitcoin recently. It’s an open source stock market of sorts and Bitcoins are security bonds that are used as currency or stock. You have to buy them or earn them or get a handout from someone. Yep, sounds just like cash to me.
It’s the same as money only no banks, however it’s the same game of the haves and the have nots. There’s nothing noble about it. In fact I’ve noticed a sense of superiority or the idea of being better than everyone not using it within the Bitcoin community.
Who are any of us to judge any other?
It is a segregated community because it does take regular money to buy into the new game with slightly different rules.
Money isn’t a bad thing, it’s what you do to earn it and what you do with it. Money is another form of energy and until someone builds something that does not require a buy in as Bitcoin does, money is not going away anytime soon.
Embrace what is while slowly making changes for what will be.