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Good People. Energy Spirituality Perspective

Good People. Celebrating them. Also, why can good souls sometimes do terrible things?

Good People.

Are you one? Of course. Who else would voluntarily read an article about living a a good person?

If Your Country’s Now Politically Divided,

All the More Reason to Think about Human Decency

Because it matters. And some of you may be wresting with a certain spiritual dilemma.

  1. You believe that every person has some goodness within. Wow, how many Google hits on that idea!  89,300,000
  2. And yet you’re finding so many people doing wicked things. Cruel things. Like betraying central teachings of their religion — even while boasting about being religious.

In this article, I’ll refer to this combo as the Good People Paradox. Essentially, if people are good how come so many of them are doing terrible things?

For Example

Have you been following the Trump Impeachment Inquiry? Then you’re probably aware of warnings by Fiona Hill and other fact witnesses. According to this former member of Trump’s National Security Council:

“Some of you on this committee appear to believe that Russia and its security services did not conduct a campaign against our country and that perhaps, somehow, for some reason, Ukraine did,” Hill said. “This is a fictional narrative that is being perpetrated and propagated by the Russian security services themselves…

“In the course of this investigation, I would ask that you please not promote politically derivative falsehoods that so clearly advance Russian interests.”

And yet many Republican senators did just that. Throughout the two weeks of televised testimony.

Even worse, news has broken that, in advance of the hearings, that WHAT? U.S. Senators were briefed on the Russian campaign to blame Ukraine for 2016 election meddling. Evidently these senators knew the truth. Knew the stakes. Yet they chose to support Putin’s program.

Like many, I’m waiting for a moment of honor in the U.S. Senate. A historic moment similar to the one that brought down Senator Joe McCarthy. Ever hear of this question from U.S. Army attorney Joseph Welch? “Have you no sense of decency, sir?

Certainly, this is a good day to think about goodness.

My Perspective as the Founder of Energy Spirituality

Because of the work I do, I might be able to help you to sort through the Good People Paradox.

Incidentally, you might be inspired by previous article of this two-part series. The Dharma article.

That can give you perspective on what YOU can do. And also on why people you know, and politicians who represent millions, can fall into Tribal Loyalty.

One of my roles, helping clients in personal sessions, is to serve as an Enlightenment Coach.

So I know that, for many of you reading today’s article, what’s happening in many countries now…

  • It’s not only politically scary.
  • And morally repugnant.
  • But spiritually it’s terrifying. Because how could good people do wicked, selfish things? And are they going to get away with it?

Even though you Blog-Buddies tend to be very sophisticated spiritually, this article may tell you some things you didn’t know before.

In advance, may I request? If any ideas in this blog post prove surprising… please COMMENT below.

By sharing the nuances of your reaction, you’ll bring these ideas to life. And you’ll also help me to lodge them more strongly in Collective Consciousness.

Good People Paradox Help #1. Soul Expressions

Did you know there are two different ways of understanding your soul? (Or anyone else’s.)

First, you’re an eternal soul. Consider the words of Coletta Long, Ph.D. “You’ll always be in some body somewhere.”

Second, what’s true of anybody living on earth now as a human being. It’s an incarnation. Or, to but it technically, it’s a unique expression of that eternal soul.

Although our immortal souls are beautiful, when we live on earth… Funky things can happen.

Sometimes they’re mistakes. But did you know? Sometimes they’re not mistakes at all. But, rather, the purpose of that entire lifetime.

Good People Paradox Help #2. Perpetrator Lifetimes. Plus Simply Making Bad Choices.

Coletta Long was my best teacher for hypnotism and past-life regression. By a country mile!

The photo at the top of this post shows a class photo. From a workshop where I taught students how to use the method which I wound up developing. Building upon Coletta’s teaching as best I could: Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis®.

Having facilitated numerous sessions of past-life regression, I know that many clients have had powerful results.

Equally clear to me? How much every one of these sessions has taught me.

Basically, sometimes a beautiful soul chooses to have a perpetrator lifetime. (Acknowledging here this one of Coletta’s brilliant contributions to past-life regressions. She gets enduring credit for this important discovery.)

A beautiful soul can choose to have this kind of ugly lifetime, a perpetrator lifetime. Sometimes an evolving soul aims to learn why people do bad things. Horrible crimes. Whether or not they get caught at the time.

And there’s only one way to learn what that really feels like. You make a Life Contract to set up a perpetrator lifetime. Then you go through with it.

Later, if that soul chooses to have further human incarnations on earth — oh yes! Sooner or later, that soul will have to pay back the karma.

So it could be that many of the people you and I observe doing wicked things… Can’t help themselves. And won’t be able to change for the rest of this incarnation. Because  those incarnated souls chose a perpetrator lifetime. And these are not (as I understand things) negotiable.

What IS Negotiable, Though?

Many people make mistakes. Bad choices. Their actions may seem identical to the actions of somebody having a perpetrator lifetime.

Only it’s very clear from having taken many past-life regression clients through Life Reviews. Quite often a beautiful lifetime is planned. And the soul blows it. Making wrong choices.

Maybe this can bring you some comfort, if you know folks who might fall into this category:

Even a “failed experiment” of a lifetime leads to soul-level learning.

Good People Paradox Help #3. Consciousness Lifestyle Matters. And It Can Improve (Usually)

Consciousness Lifestyle is a much newer term than Dharma. Yet, for us living now, it’s extremely important.

Blog-Buddy KYLIE just published a relevant comment in Part 1 of this two-part series. In her Comment #8 she wrote:

Dharma has always seemed important to me, but at this time in history when so many people are in spiritual addiction or shutdown, it is more important than ever.

The stakes have never been higher. Staying myself and doing my human best, is important for me and it’s important for a lot of other people too.

Understandably, you may never have heard about consciousness lifestyle. Especially if you haven’t yet learned much about what happened on 12/21/12: The Shift into the Age of Awakening.

  • This article gives a quick intro to the Age of Awakening. It can help you to understand what really happened.
  • And “The New Strong” how-to book can help you to understand even more. Gaining very practical ways Aha!s. Could be, you’ll find it fast-tracks you to essential new skills for living now. Especially if you care about either personal growth. Or spiritual awakening. Or both!
  • Despite today’s 24/7 news cycle… Amazingly! To my knowledge, so far there has only been one media article or interview about the Age of Awakening. Here’s a link.

So Here’s One Kind of Consciousness Lifestyle that Causes “No Human Decency”

Yes, let’s get practical about one of the consciousness lifestyles today, spiritual shutdown.

What happens when people live in spiritual shutdown? An estimated 45% of Americans, btw. Gone is their capacity to think. Act. Or live. As good people. Tribal loyalty becomes the only dharma. Or staying in power.

Technically, people can come back from spiritual shutdown. I’m hoping for that. Haven’t witnessed a single instance yet. But maybe there will be a massive waking up from that shutdown. (I do see it as an adjustment problem. Mostly one of the ways that people can have trouble adjusting to our New Vibrational Freedom. Which you can read about — and learn to manage — from “The New Strong.”

Also, Some Folks Have this Different Consciousness Lifestyle Problem

Because what happens when people live in extreme spiritual addiction? (So far, an estimated 5% of Americans.)

Summing up, they’ve lost their humanity altogether. Not only their human decency.

Far as I understand, nobody comes back from this consciousness lifestyle. And yes, I’ve done my share of grieving over people in this category.

At least it doesn’t just happen to people. Rather, it’s the culmination of a series of bad choices.

Do these folks necessarily feel bad about their consciousness lifestyle? Probably not. In fact they may feel high. With an astral kind of buzz. (Which they may think is Divine but definitely is not. People’s auras show a clear difference, if you’ve got everyday, dependable Stage 3 Energetic Literacy. Plus practice at discerning consciousness lifestyles.)

And what consoles me most? Something I’ve learned from facilitating sessions of past-life regression:

When this incarnation ends, the soul will get cleaned up on the other side. Cleaned up from that incarnation.

A Life Review will follow. And then that soul regains clarity and goes to live in a heaven.

No doubt this kind of “failed experiment” for an incarnation will lead to learning. Valuable learning for that eternal soul.

Considering What You’ve Learned in Today’s Article…

As always, you’re invited to COMMENT away. Go for it! Don’t overthink your comments. Because this is an interactive, educational blog. You’re not writing the Gettysburg Address!

How about an unusual idea as well. Many of you Blog-Buddies have read this blog post about the Trump Impeachment Inquiry. So you know you’re invited to COMMENT there. Voicing your interests to help me choose who will star in each of our Friday Aura Readings until this impeachment process is done.

But so far, only one of you (LINDSEY 🙂 ) has nominated any of these people at a separate blog post. At our Spiritual Enlightenment Life List, I research the consciousness lifestyle of all nominees. Is anything stopping you from nominating every single one of the major players?

Nothing! Just sayin’.

In Conclusion

In this article… Like the previous one… I’ve been sharing what brings me comfort.

Also, one great thing about living in today’s “interesting times” is how the concept of dharma can seem so compelling. Could there be a better time to insist upon being a good person? Maybe never.

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  1. 1

    So far, I’ll bet many of you Blog-Buddies have been caught up in Thanksgiving. Although may have read today’s article, you haven’t had the time to comment.

    I think I’ll take a bit of initiative, leading off a conversation about your experiences with being a “good person.” Including folks you thought must automatically be “good people.” And living their dharma. But maybe not.

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    After having a so-fulfilling Thanksgiving feast, in the company of loved ones, I chose to go back to my pink office and explore an everyday kind of fulfillment for me, catching up on blog comments.

    Currently we’ve got four simultaneous, first-ever DISCERNMENT JAMBOREES. Going on. I’ve been responding to questions at the blog post about Enlightenment Validation.

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    Of course, all four of the DISCERNMENT JAMBOREES are very technical. Mostly intended for my fellow… dare I say it? My fellow consciousness geeks.

    But today I added a Teaching Tale that really pertains to being a good person.

  4. 4

    It’s a story from my NYC days, sharing an apartment — and within that a room – with a fellow TMer. Back in the day, I was good friends with my roommate Zola.

    And I’d have sworn up and down on a stack of bibles (had anyone asked, and then considered me to be qualified to do such a thing) that Zola was definitely a good person.

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    Among other enticements for our friendship, she’d had a colorful life. For instance, back when she was a student at the magnet school “Music and Art,” Zola was riding in a car with some of her buddies.

    For some reason, Bob Dylan was in the car with them. (Not that he went to this school for the Performing Arts, he was just in the car.)

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    As Zola told the story to me, out of the blue, Dylan said to everybody in a very loud voice:

    “You wait and see. I’m going to be famous some day.”

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    Interesting? Well an equally interesting — but far different — story involving Zola became a Teaching Tale over at the Enlightenment Validation DISCERNMENT JAMBOREE.

    Find it at Comments #63-67.

  8. 8

    Feel free to comment there or here about that story, if you have a strong reaction to it. (In retrospect, only, I did.)

    But also, let’s engage in some discussion about who turns out to be what you’d call “a good person.” Rather than, temporarily or not, “a disappointment.” Such a human topic for our very human blog!

  9. 9
    Living on Earth says:

    This one got me thinking Rose.. my analytical mind appreciates all the details you have provided.

    As always, extra thank you for sharing all the personal stories.

  10. 10
    Living on Earth says:

    agh… “the contempt looks”!

    i never understood the need for them. How oblivious one can be to its effects on the receiver.

  11. 11
    Living on Earth says:

    As you mention in your comment #67 in the link for the Enlightenment Validation DISCERNMENT JAMBOREE,

    I so hope the same, that we start to “Communicating like good people, not experts at one-upmanship.”

  12. 12
    Living on Earth says:

    “Double-incidentally, consciousness snobbery was a well-established part of TM culture back then. Probably now as well. By contrast, Enlightenment (and other) conversations at this website reveal the culture that I hope will become typical for today’s spiritual teachers. Communicating like good people, not experts at one-upmanship.”

  13. 13
    Living on Earth says:

    I felt like a “not good person” for a long time. Now that I’m on the other side of it with relatively less STUFF, I very much appreciate your explanations on living my dharma.

    Knowing consciously makes a huge difference.

  14. 14
    Liane says:

    It’s an eye opener to me, reading this:

    “What happens when people live in spiritual shutdown? An estimated 45% of Americans, btw. Gone is their capacity to think. Act. Or live. As good people. Tribal loyalty becomes the only dharma. Or staying in power.”

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    Liane says:

    I’m not even sure how to ask questions bout this, but I’ll give it a shot.

    Seemingly good people, who are in spiritual shutdown, aren’t really good people? They’re Tribal Loyalty is the only thing that makes them seem good? (By that, I mean they seem good because they are like everyone else in the Tribe. Daring to be different would separate you from the Tribe)

  16. 16

    LIVING ON EARTH and LIANE, thanks so much for your insightful comments. To me, both of you are wow!s.

  17. 17

    LIANE, responding to your Comment #15, I’d put it this way. While people live in spiritual shutdown, their eternal souls are still beautiful.

    And, in this lifetime, it’s possible for them to overcome that consciousness lifestyle and move into human-based spirituality.

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    But, regarding your practical question, are they good in this lifetime?

    For me, LIANE, it over-complicates by speculating along the lines of they seem good because they are like everyone else in the Tribe. Daring to be different would separate you from the Tribe. What might bring more clarity?

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    If you’ve learned how to read auras from regular photos, you can probably find pictures online of some of the (many) folks like that in your neighborhood.

    Researching their auras, you can learn the stunted mess currently going on in various chakra databanks.

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    What else can help to bring clarity about whether or not somebody is a good person? Try this very human checklist approach.

    Check out the 20 kinds of dharma enumerated in the Dharma article here at this blog. Go through it, point by point, regarding the person you’re curious about. If there were a box for each type of dharma, how many would you check off?

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    Make sense, LIANE? All you Blog-Buddies are warmly invited to take our conversation about this further.

    Go ahead. Tell some stories. Ask some questions. Disagree, when you need to. Let the education here continue! Priests and philosophers aren’t the only people allowed to question, “From my perspective, is XYZ a good person right now? Or not?”

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    Ethan says:

    I was thinking about your comment #20-the checklist idea (excellent idea for those of us who have yet to develop Aura Reading skills).

    Where I live the external dharma #5(Ethnic and cultural background) is so strong there is no room for the internal dharma list you gave, especially #5 Treating others well. I think this has helped me see what is going on with the folks where I live. Thank you for this education.

  23. 23

    Important observation, ETHAN.

    You Blog-Buddies come from such diverse backgrounds. Yet I’m hopeful that this new model about dharma will apply wherever you live. Please keep letting me — and our community — know.

  24. 24
    Liane says:

    Very helpful comments, Rose. Researching auras, and using a dharma checklist.

    This I will do, with regularity.

  25. 25
    Liane says:

    The other thing that stood out for me in this post is that people who are in spiritual shutdown can come back, but you haven’t ‘witnessed a single instance yet’.

    Spiritual shutdown seems to define most of the people I know. Amazing (to me) that they choose this self-imposed consciousness lifestyle. They do, however, display free will. And that is worthy of respect.

  26. 26

    LIANE, that Comment #24 is a super-practical summary.

    Thank you for that, and for your next comment as well.

  27. 27

    Given where you know, of course most of the people are probably in spiritual shutdown. If you lived in Massachusetts or certain parts of California, most would be in spiritual addiction.

    That’s life today! Only an estimated 10% of people in either human-based spirituality, or living the New Strong; or else like us LIANE, unheralded in our neighborhoods by living in Enlightenment, yet living that consciousness lifestyle nonetheless.

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    I’m about to share some uncommonly candid opinions next, regarding the topic you made lively. And why? It’s because you have this way of melting my heart, LIANE.

    Not for the first time, you’re inspiring me to pour out what I believe to be true, even if sometimes I’m a little timid about stating it in public, here at my blog.

  29. 29

    I believe that both groups of major stuckness… are going to undergo a voluntary change… and, God willing, do it in our lifetimes, LIANE.

    First, about the folks in spiritual shutdown. (About that link, scroll down, please, to the turquoise box. That’s the practical part.

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    Naturally, folks in spiritual shutdown don’t sign up for sessions with me. Why would they? What big social status do I have? If I had anything worthwhile to say, surely I would rate a megachurch. One with at least one ATM!

    Besides, the religious authorities these folks do respect… are in that same shutdown boat. Often, according to my tons of research, one aura at a time… Folks in spiritual shutdown are spiritually arrogant. Yet convinced their group alone knows the truth. And everybody else “should” believe as they do.

  31. 31

    Seems to me, it wouldn’t have worked if Hilary Clinton had become president. Most likely, Americans in spiritual shutdown would have withdrawn completely from political life. Or maybe started a civil war. Instead, these folks get what they wanted. What they voted for.

    And this way, collectively, the whole USA became part of a Trumpian experiment. He promises. Yet never really delivers, except for the massive tax cut and packing the Supreme Court and federal judge-ships with what I call “Sperm Worshipers.:”

  32. 32

    All of us are now living the consequences. Eventually it may get to a point where even the diehard Trump fans may reconsider.

    I’m hoping to see the day when millions upon millions of love-hating Evangelicals decide to reconsider their vaunted righteousness. I just hope things don’t have to get really, really bad for the entire country.

  33. 33

    By way of illustration, I think of what happened in my Grandpa Hugo’s country, Germany. A country where he fought for his leader, the Kaiser, in WWI.

    But probably you’ve heard of the Holocaust, and how 11 million people were killed.

  34. 34

    What horrifies me isn’t so much the suffering of the Jews, homosexuals, and gypsies (although, of course, these were terrible tragedies). What does truly creep me out?

    How the entire German population either didn’t pay attention or else didn’t care. Or else turned proudly Nazi.

  35. 35

    Besides not caring much about being good people, outside their fellow-believers, these Germans got themselves blood on their hands. And some extremely terrible karma.

    German cities were eventually bombed (some WWII karma coming back to them). Soldiers died. Civilians suffered.

  36. 36

    Ultimately, collectively, the German nation was defeated. And shamed.

    With their country divided between East and West. Until all Germans received a harsh-and-clear, wake-up call. Turning countless former Nazis into people of conscience. In short, they received a degree of human learning that their souls may never forget.

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    To be clear, I don’t believe it was no big deal that those millions of people died. Or that Germans suffered. What I aim to communicate is this: For those millions of German-incarnated souls who embraced an evil leader with their own kind of cult-like trance, those souls had choice about that. And for all the true believers, they received an unforgettable big learning experience.

    Sooner or later, the Trump supporters will likewise have their learning experiences, however this happens.

  38. 38

    As you know, LIANE and other Blog-Buddies, my frame of reference is informed by the images and words from my sessions with clients.

    In the case of soul-level learning that happened to former Nazis, I’ve got a Teaching Tale for you.

  39. 39

    During one of my 13 session-and-workshop trips to Japan, I facilitated many sessions of past-life regression at my little condo in Tokyo. (With the indispensable help of a brilliant interpreter, naturally.)

    One of my wonderful clients was Joe-san. Arriving punctually, Joe wore an immaculate three-piece suit; carefully he placed the vest and jacket on a chair before lying down for the Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis®.

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    In this one of his sessions with me, he experienced a lifetime during WWII. As a physician, he was recruited to “experiment on” (or, to put it more bluntly, to torture) prisoners in a concentration camp.

    Although I was totally protected while doing this session, between co-creating with the Divine, and having solid technical skills, as a human being I’ll remember for the rest of my life…

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    Piteous howls of anguish. The greatest remorse you can imagine.

    And lots of screaming. Loud screaming. Screams that were so loud, in this (typically) quiet condo in Tokyo, that I expected police to come any minute and pound on the door. (Fortunately for my client and interpreter and me, that didn’t happen.)

  42. 42

    You see, the terrible things that Joe did in that lifetime didn’t exactly leave scars on his soul.

    Maybe more like samskaras, seeds of karma, planted into his soul. (Maybe some day I’ll write an article on samskaras, just as I’ve recently done with writing an Energy Spirituality perspective on dharma.)

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    For now, suffice it to say that Joe in this life as a good person… experienced a lot of inner misery due to energetic triggering of the horrendous, large-intensity frozen blocks from that Nazi lifetime.

    Energetic STUFF that got into his aura from that earlier life as a Nazi. But which, mercifully, finally left him for good — thanks to that session.

  44. 44

    In short, LIANE, we’re all evolving here at the Learning Planet. And sometimes we make things harder for ourselves and others than it has to be. Sooner or later, we’ll learn why some choices wind up as failed experiments. We learn the hard way, if necessary. And folks in spiritual shutdown do tend to learn the hard way.

  45. 45

    Overall, I’m hopeful that Trump’s followers (probably most, if not all, are in spiritual shutdown) will change their minds without truly horrendous consequences in this life… for themselves and others in America, Ukraine, and elsewhere.

    Eventually, as eternal souls, everybody gets to learn.

  46. 46

    Regarding the estimated 40% of Americans in spiritual addiction, they can more easily choose to change.

    Some do have sessions with me or other RES Experts. Then they learn how to change… and many of them take that lesson to heart.

  47. 47

    Otherwise, so many people in spiritual addiction are just trying so darned hard.

    And somehow, most of them have never heard (yet) of a certain how-to book with the subtitle, “Stop Fixing Yourself—And Actually Accelerate Your Personal Growth!”

  48. 48
    Marty says:

    Tithing seems to be missing from your article on being a good person. How can you forget tithing?

    Or maybe you’ve written about this elsewhere and I just couldn’t find it.

  49. 49
    Liane says:

    Thank you so much, Rose, for being candid, and for putting some crystal clear perspective on Tribal Loyalty. Now I get it — what happens by virtue of going along with collective consciousness.

    How someone with only Tribal Loyalty dharma can’t fit into the good people category.

  50. 50
    Liane says:

    Your comment #21 helps me to see this not as being judgy, but rather simply observing and noting the truth about someone.

  51. 51
    Liane says:

    Understanding it the way you explained (with so many great details), I can add this chunk of learnin’ to my own repertoire of knowledge.

    Wouldn’t be surprised if sometime soon I’ll be obliged to examine some truths (or non-truths) through this new awareness.

  52. 52

    MARTY, what a great question in that Comment #49 — and welcome to my blog.

    Never have I written at this blog about tithing. Because I don’t believe in “priming the pump” for people to be “richly blessed.” Giving to others, and volunteering — that’s simply dharma. (As described in the article I just linked to.)

  53. 53

    However, I have published a book entirely devoted to making money/success/prosperity. It’s subtitled “10 Secrets for Success and Prosperity in the Third Millennium.”

    You might find it helpful, since it’s a generous combination of aura research. And dispelling superstitions. And explaining how to develop little-known secrets of success that, once attained, will show in a person’s aura.

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    INTREPID LIANE, these latest comments are superb. “Noting the truth about someone” is the opposite of “falling for pathetic illusions that are, sadly, widespread right now.”

    For good measure, here are some examples of aura readings I’ve done about people with fabulous reputations for being “godly,” etc.

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    #1. Aura Reading True Believer Kristin Waggoner

    #2. Famously “Christian” Vice-President Pence

    #3. So beloved (by some) for his staunch conservatism, the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia

  56. 56

    In general, cozy religious myths about being “wonderful, good people” are always worth questioning.

  57. 57

    Have the best people you’ve met in your life proclaimed themselves “saved”? In my novel about the empowerment of an empath, set in 2020 (which seemed so far into the future)… Several social groups were satirized. One you’d likely enjoy quite a bit was “The Righteous.”

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    Kylie says:

    What an amazing set of comments, 16-47.

    I’m especially struck by comment 34. That was the creepiest part about the Holocaust. And that’s why it is so important to pay attention now, even when it can be much easier to tune out with escapist entertainment.

  59. 59
    Kylie says:

    I also love your dharma checklist. It is very helpful, and makes me feel better about myself.

    I may fall short of my own standards, but I’m doing all right on the dharma checklist.

  60. 60
    Kylie says:

    I also love your comment 50, Liane.

    It is so true, that noticing what is, is not judgy. Including whether that person acts like a good person.

  61. 61

    KYLIE, thank you so much for the latest comments.

    Especially, I’m relieved to read your Comment #58. Because I’ve believed that so strongly, for so long. Yet I’ve never heard or read anybody else mention it.

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    Also, I think that could be a pretty catchy song title, KYLIE:

    “I’m doin’ all right on the dharma checklist.” Maybe an Age of Awakening Country Western song? 😉

  63. 63
    Jnana says:

    Re 61
    Are you sure no one has mentioned that before?
    Because in every one of the holocaust discussions I’ve had in my neck of the woods, that was the KEY point.

  64. 64

    As always, JNANA, you mean well.

    Lest readers of this blog wonder why the KEY point about the Holocaust that you’ve heard your whole life somehow escaped me, here in America…. That might have something to do with how your neck of the woods is Singapore.

  65. 65
    Marty says:

    Interesting perspective, Rose. Thank you.

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    Liane says:

    Thank you for the links to past aura readings on Christian leaders.

    People are so fascinating, even if they’re not doing so well.

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    Liane says:

    No is the answer to your question in comment #57.

  68. 68
    Liane says:

    I read your novel, The Roar of the Huntids. Many times I recognized my former self – and had to laugh.

    Who I used to be, was someone who believed with her whole heart she was doing the right thing (one of the Righteous) No way, no how could anyone have convinced me otherwise. It took stepping away to gain perspective.

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    Laughing at your answer to Comment #57, LIANE. Funny old Earth School!

    And I’m so glad that you laughed at those parts of the novel for empaths. Not to mention your wise “stepping away to gain perspective.”

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