Blog-Buddies, a powerful comment reached me today from GLADYS, in our online community. She wrote:
“Right now, this country is in the middle of the second longest interval of contiguous civil protests in its history and [your] last blog post is about a science fiction actor in England.
“I strongly believe that Rosetree Energy Spirituality is emphatically necessary for helping real people doing important things in ordinary human life.”
GLADYS expressed the desire that I do more to “encourage peace, comfort, support and empowerment to people who are affected daily by social justice issues.”
How can I help, using Energetic Literacy?
This is not a political blog. And I’m not about to start an entirely new blog, one devoted to political activism and social justice.
Nor do I consider it helpful to write a series of posts where I take the villains in these horrible controversies and use face reading to further villify them.
Nor do I have the stomach to do aura reading or Skilled Empath Merge on people like Darren Wilson, from Ferguson, Missouri or Daniel Pantaleo from Staten Island, New York or David Darkow and Sean Williams from Beavercreek, Ohio.
These despicable actions speak for themselves, don’t they?
GLADYS’ question did need to be asked, however. Here are three answers that may, I hope, prove helpful. My humble contribution at a time of such sorrow and strife.
How can each of us help, directly, to deal with these horrendous examples of racial injustice in America?
Never use deeper perception as a substitute for paying attention to objective reality. Definitely, use aura reading and face reading. As appropriate, do Skilled Empath Merges. Just not as a way to indirectly fix people.
Personally, I don’t recommend praying for people or doing remote Reiki on them or otherwise using spiritual or energetic methods to fix issues around crime and social justice. That went out with the Piscean Age. We’re in The Age of Energy Now.
Collective consciousness has evolved so much that the rules for effective healing are different. People heal themselves. They choose sessions or practitioners, if they desire. They are fully able to make their own prayers to God.
That is inner life. In objective reality, there is plenty that you and I can do.
Taking action in objective reality: That is the appropriate way to address political and social problems.
5 ways you can really help combat corruption and injustice
- Vote. Every election. Every office. In our last election, a shocking 54% of Americans didn’t bother to vote. Were you one of them? If so, resolve to NEVER let that happen again. Every American will live through the consequences of this last election, just as we are collectively dealing with consequences from other elections where people didn’t bother to cast an informed vote.
- Stay informed politically. Read a real newspaper, not just blogs like mine or anyone else’s. Read a newspaper with balanced journalism, not just preachin’ to the choir.
- Contact elected leaders. That would be the elected leaders you have now, including your local sheriff or head of law inforcement. Write to President Obama. Write to Attorney General Eric Holder. Write to people with the power to do something.
- Be politically active in constructive ways. That includes regularly contacting your representatives in Congress at the federal level, your state-level government as well. Save that information on your list of Internet favorites. Join organizations that actively work to promote social justice. Sign petitions.
- If you can’t donate time, donate money. When was the last time you made a cash donation, or a donation of time, to a worthy cause politically or socially?
Otherwise, avoid doing things that don’t help anybody, not really.
- Wishing, hoping, thinking, praying. Believing that if you just stay positive, automatically you will fix everything wrong with the world. Avoid the spiritual bypass.
- Complaining and venting to your friends. As if that changed anything in objective reality.
- Getting yourself riled up by reading about other people’s anger at social injustice, or watching YouTubes or TV.
- Tweeting or posting on Facebook as a way to make things better. Please! Do that before you’re old enough to vote. Or drive a car.
- Following people on Twitter as though that made a difference. Maybe it “Makes a statement.” Well, political change requires more than venting.
What you feel is important, and even sacred. Yet that doesn’t mean the same thing as making a difference in the world, in objective reality.
So don’t squander your strong reactions, frittering away your time and energy on feel-good substitutes for taking action. Let them motivate you to take action in objective reality.
How does Rosetree Energy Spirituality contribute?
How very much I aim to encourage peace, comfort, support, and empowerment. Personally, I follow every one of the recommendations I have given here. I do this in my personal life.
With Rosetree Energy Spirituality, you can do so much to become stronger and more effective in life, more resourceful.
- Develop energetic literacy, for instance. I use that before voting if the process of following current events (tracking what politicians say and do) needs a supplement. Don’t you do the same? If not, why not?
- If you were born as an empath, become skilled as an empath. Here’s yet one more reason: So you have the requisite energy to take effective actions to help others.
- Move out STUFF from your aura, which you’all can do either through personal sessions with me or practitioners and apprentices I have trained…
- Or you can learn really powerful techniques for self-healing through Use Your Power of Command for Spiritual Cleansing and Protection and Cut Cords of Attachment for Self-Healing.
- Avoid living in Spiritual Addiction by sticking to 20 Daily Minutes of Technique Time, Tops. Which you can learn to do from this blog. See Balance Your Life Energetically, Top 10 List.
When these various techniques of Rosetree Energy Spirituality make a difference, that doesn’t mean that I personally stop doing the most and the best that I can in the world of politics. Yet it does console me, knowing when people are stronger and supported, inspired and empowered, comforted and more self-sufficient and peaceful.
Yes, one day at a time, let’s do our best. May God bless us, every one. And God does.
What will we do with that love and light and power and potential to make this world better? That’s up to each of us, isn’t it? What we do — not just how we feel — that’s how we can show that we love our country.