Avoiding negativity? Wish the world to be as positive as you are?

avoid negativityWarning: the pictures in this article are illustrations for how you serve the Dark Side, how you make Evil grow in the world...

If you wanted to see, clearly, what are the tools that cause humanity to go backwards, please go and read Brave New World, again, but this time with this distinction in mind:

When you don't with to see parts of reality because it's ugly, you become not only unconscious, but you take away your Consciousness ability to inform you about what is right and what is wrong.

If you find yourself being undisciplined... this is the reason.

Unless you have the gumption to look at ugly square in the face, see it for what it is, you are serving the Powers That Be... that wants you to be sheep.

So, how does it work?

Well, in a real world, you can't take sides blindly.

Anything that is ignored, i.e. willfully not regarded as something worth looking at, starts to dominate.

No-Negative-Thoughts-AllowedYour desire to deal with only the positive, to change anything that you deem negative, comes from this lopsided view of life, and it makes what you are trying to ignore take over.

When you try to console anyone who is sad, angry: you are serving the Dark Side.
When you try to explain away bad stuff... you serve the Dark Side.

But moreover: your job, as a human being the carrier of the human soul is to evolve, evolve in the direction of desire for the sake of sharing. But can you do that if you are in the grips of the grim master of "positive thinking" or avoiding negativity?

No, you can't. You are going to cover the errors of your ways, thus spreading Darkness, Evil, and serve the Dark Side.

Your "positive" actions come from trying to make yourself and the world LOOK different than the way it is, instead of earnestly doing what is different, being what is different.

Will this article snap you out of it? I doubt it.

But once you know you can't avoid knowing it.

Of course, this will sound to most of you as negativity, lol, and you'll let me know in no uncertain terms.

But, if you ever wanted to raise your vibration, if you ever wanted to become an Expanding Human Being, your number one job is to look at reality the way reality is, with no filters.

I admit, it's not pretty, and a large chunk of my day is spent with coming to terms with it... no exaggeration. a good chunk of my day.

5c12824a3ed578105c01aeafd83338f3But hiding from the ugly side of reality, denying it, lying about it, trying to cover it up, trying to change it won't do you any good: it is a lot better to just deal with it.

You'll allow Consciousness to guide you, to become a better person yourself, and allow the world to be the world is.

When you want the world to be positive, what you are saying is that you are a weakling: you have no separation from the world, that you have no say in the matter of YOUR life.

This is what I normally mean by sissy... a weakling, a squeamish nothing... unwittingly increasing EVIL in the world.

take out the negativeIf that is you... it is time to make a 180 degree turn, and become a real human... eyes open, heart open, strong and proud.

Will it be instant? No. But if you don't start now, you'll never get there.

PS: Believe it or not, this positive thinking illness is a Dark Side attachment. I can pull it, but it needs you to start facing reality, the good, the bad, and the ugly, without as much as blinking.

That attitude will put you in your power, where you can trust yourself. Where you can tell yourself apart from others. Where you are not just a garbage can of the world, trying to keep yourself clean while you are full of garbage.

Author: Sophie Benshitta Maven

award winning architect, magazine publisher, transformational and spiritual coach and teacher, self declared Avatar

3 thoughts on “Avoiding negativity? Wish the world to be as positive as you are?”

  1. I’m definitely guilty of avoiding negativity and this article is very eye-opening. I didn’t realize I was helping the Dark Side. I want to stop doing that. I think a good practice will be to start catching when I turn away from “bad” things and, instead of running away from them, practice seeing them as they are and being there with them as they are. No resisting, no judgment. But that’s a lot easier said than done. I feel like running away even as I write this.

  2. I had two students in mind while I was describing the behavior: you and Amy. I am glad you recognized yourself.

    I know it’s going to be tough. Even I notice, especially with movies, that I want to run away from ugly, violent, profoundly vicious… Then I see what I am doing, and spend time with seeing what I see… and little by little I can spend a little bit more time with it.

    The latest such experience was with a New Zealand mini series… there were plenty of ugly there… Go figure. An exquisitely beautiful country with especially ugly people: culturally. It is not individuals, it is the “culture”, the societal DNA that is ugly. Predator on one hand, self-righteousness on the other. Very hard for me to be with… but as long as I run from it, I am guilty of what I “accuse” you with…

    One of the reason Hitler could do what he did is because no one had the gumption to look at things square in the face and call a spade a spade. People were looking beyond, sideways, away… and Evil was succeeding.

  3. I’m not sure if this is relevant to the above article but the ‘light and dark’ reflected in nature is shown in a stunning new docufilm that’s just featured on Discovery Channel: ‘The Lions Of Sabi Sand: Brothers In Blood’. A 2hr film about the lives of a coalition of 6 male lions….Beautiful, Magnificent, Noble, Shocking, Savage….so bloody violent! and deeply moving. The dark-beauty had me in tears and affected me for days.

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