Not all complaints are created equal plus a funny story to wake you up

wake-up-dudeThis article may be the most important article you'll ever read... This is not an exaggeration. Any day is a good day to wake up, but around these weeks of greed and herdlike stomping to get more stuff, it is especially a good time. So, as you understand, this is a wake up article...

We all say we hate complainers. And we all complain.

But is there any form of complaint that is not a downer, that is not a racket, that is a good thing?

I like to watch entire series of television shows on Netflix. If I don't like it, I just start another one. No commercials, no TV needed, easy.

I watched Foyle's War, a British series, and I was encouraged: well written, well played. So I started to watch a Swedish series, Wallander. Five stars... must be good.

shutterstock_133005938_0I was confounded by a lot of things, but I kept watching. The emotional vibration from the actors was the worst I have ever felt. Feeling misplaced, feeling like a pretender, having no freedom.

In the content of the movie: Incompetence, playing the hero, not providing any guidance, no consequence to misconduct, paper thin two-dimensional characters, confusion, aimlessness, why am I watching this crud? What made people vote this disappointing thing five stars?

lakeI was fuming about it for hours. I was watching myself fume, formulate a movie review in my head... and was really curious where all this "inner drama" is taking me.

I felt I had something to say in the matter, but I also felt that I was dancing on the surface... but what was really bothering me was deep below... and I couldn't get to it without dealing with the surface.

stockholm-wall (12)Then it hit me:

Sweden, the country with the highest standard of living in the world 1 is a decadent, declining society, at least what this series showed: I have never been there. Respect for adults or parents or any value is not known, not asked for, not even complained about. Missing that it's missing.

People don't know what they want, don't know what they are about, don't know where they are going... just floating like poop in the swimming pool with weak attempts to carve out some freedom... the pretense of it, really.

fikaYoung and all, police or not... not up to anything... other than going away from what they don't like, don't want, but no place to go. No individuality, prison, locked into a pinball machine... hell.

And no one is saying anything.

The people from Sweden that contact me have a vibration under 130. Certain parts of the US are getting there, but most are still above.

They are a step ahead of the world... ahead of the United States: higher standard of living, but not by much.

And I think this is what I wanted to address: Warn you that if we are not careful, we are going down the same path.

  1. It's a miserable existence... being aimless, principle-less, directionless.
  2. It's the picture of a species going out... tired, no life force, no competition, no energy, stink of death before dead really.
  3. Outmoded, ineffective strategies for life... not sufficient for living, not sufficient for a life worth living.

But if that were just the species, not the individual specimens, you, maybe I would understand why no one is taking action.

Here is a funny story for you; I laughed out loud for minutes.
Got an amusing story for you:

At an engineering company, everybody except John signed up for a new company pension plan. All it required from each employee was a small contribution automatically deduced from their paycheck. The company paid all the rest.

100 percent employee participation was required - otherwise the plan was off.

As I said, John was adamant he wasn't signing up for the company pension plan.

Accordingly, John's boss and fellow workers pleaded with John over and over again to sign-up for the company pension plan. In spite of all their pleading, cajoling, reasoning and reassurance didn't move John. John said the plan would never pay off.

Finally, the company's president called John into his office for a meeting. The president said: "John, here is a copy of the new pension plan, and here is a pen. I want you to sign it or you are fired."

John immediately signed the papers.

When asked why he hadn't signed earlier, John simply replied: "Nobody explained it to me so clearly before!"

Kind of funny right?

wake-up-dudeLet me explain it to you clearly, now that I have prepared your mind: if you don't take action now, you are going down with the rest of them. With the herd. Because your thoughts, your feelings, and your actions are falling in line with the herd's. And the herd is miserable, misguided, and are stomping into their death.

Actual death or feels like death: doesn't matter. Your life is just hovering over the lake called Death.

wakek-upWhether you go to hell after you die or before: does it matter? Hell is hell!

What is the action to take? Become an individual, and act independently, freely, after consideration, by removing the illusions that put a cataract on your eyes and mind.

Will I do it for you with energy? No, I won't. The energies only help. True individuality, true freedom needs to come with elbow grease. Your work. 2

Is it hard? Yeah... but the alternative, hell, although it is easy to get there, comes with the pain you are already familiar with, only more of it.

So, what should you do?

My recommendation is to sign up to the Playground, Tuesdays and Sundays.

I'll add new sessions when they are needed.

Footnotes

  1. Sweden performs very well in many measures of well-being, as shown by the fact that it ranks among the top countries in a large number of topics in the Better Life Index.

    Money, while it cannot buy happiness, is an important means to achieving higher living standards. In Sweden, the average household net-adjusted disposable income per capita is 27 456 USD a year, more than the OECD average of 23 938 USD a year. But there is a considerable gap between the richest and poorest – the top 20% of the population earn more than four times as much as the bottom 20%.

    t-shirt-8Sweden: "The Highest Standard of Living Anywhere"

    The beautiful nation of Sweden has the highest standard of living in the world.

  2. In 2007 I participated in Pam Ragland Quantum Though Shifting program. She had plenty of proof that her energy work, by itself, is like kissing a wound: doesn't heal it but makes it feel better. So she built a course to train us, but, alas, she herself had no idea what an individual with clear mind would be like, live like, behave like. So what she taught us was garden variety horse manure.

    In a way, getting that energy work done was a disservice, because for a week or two, many of us felt like we were in heaven. It didn't work on everyone, but it worked on some. It worked on me.

    5e9dbbaf-50af-494d-9995-c1d67a8798a7But it wasn't sustainable, because the behavior, the thinking, the standards, the memories, the world all argued for going back to the same old miserable way of being.

    To my knowledge, I am the only one who held on the vibrational gain, and then slowly added to it, to where I am where I am.

    Even Pam Ragland descended to "hellish" levels of vibration. Why? Because she was doing what she taught, and what she taught had a truth value of approximately zero.

    wake-up-you-are-on-the-wrong-roadNow, why would it be bad to get "cleaned up"? Because you lose your motivation. Pain is a great motivator, and you want to welcome it, because it has energy that you need.

    At this point, you probably only have that "motivation": get away from the pain. Get away from anxiety, fear, trepidation, hopelessness.

    You cannot implant desire, motivation to grow, motivation to thrive. It must be innate.

    With the pain gone, people went "limp dick" and were just floating. No motive power, nothing. Nice... but, as I said they went backwards, and they went, I think, deeper than they were before...

Author: Sophie Benshitta Maven

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

2 thoughts on “Not all complaints are created equal plus a funny story to wake you up”

  1. My perspective is not unique or unusual, although I do not think you will like my comments. I live using the biblical principles…things like God loves me, He has a plan and purpose for my life. I can choose to cooperate with Him or not. I am going to heaven when I die, and He will reward me for doing things His way. Living this way doesn’t mean I won’t experience difficult circumstances, but it does mean I have help through them. Thanks for reading!

  2. Hi Ginny, I wonder why you felt it necessary to share your perspective. It doesn’t seem you want to argue with me… maybe so I can point out that whatever is your perspective, you can’t escape the human condition?

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