There is a major difference between the world we live in and the planet we live on. One is a fictional collective creation based on a set of artificial parameters and constructs, while the other is a living being that houses and provides us with everything we need to have an incarnate experience via living bodies born of it. So we create and sustain the world while the planet creates and sustains us. One of the reasons for making this distinction is that it is easy to find yourself resenting this world and translating that ill will towards the planet itself.
While the planet we live on may be a wonderful creational expression of multidimensional life, the world we create on it is not a wonderful place at all. And most of what makes it not wonderful are the “false” problems I mentioned in the previous post. We have managed to create a world so devoid of substance that we are willing to destroy the planet in order to sustain its false reality, not realizing there is no world without a planet. Or realizing it, but due to high levels of “world-class wrong thinking” (my term), we choose for the most part to not care or willfully ignore such elementary logic. Though this is a level of getting a clue that has been on the rise over the last few decades (see previous post), it has clearly not been happening fast enough. There is always tomorrow, until there is not.
We have already caused irreparable damage to this planet, or if not irreparable as far as the planet is concerned on a scale of epochs, at least irreparable as far as how we live on it now and into the foreseeable future. Even the head Nasa scientist in charge of surveilling the ice caps has clearly stated that we already crossed a line of no return as far as catastrophic sea level rise, so it is not a matter of if but a matter of when (See VICE episodes "Our Rising Oceans" and "Greenland is Melting" as well as the documentary "Chasing Ice"). Which makes the whole charade of world leaders getting together for climate summits trying to “solve” the issue by making toothless agreements completely and utterly ludicrous, yet touted as successes to the masses. Protesting Trump for leaving the Paris Accord is therefore nonsensical, not because Trump is not also ludicrous in thought and action, but because the belief that this agreement is anything other than a mental band-aid feebly attempting to not expose our minds to the true extent of the wound is therefore delusional.
So we have created an unsustainable and unnatural world that is not in harmony with a natural and self-sustaining planet. Though we have been making many valid efforts towards sustainability on an individual or sometimes on a collective basis such as in Sweden and Costa Rica, these are not nearly enough on a global scale which is still steeped in “world-class wrong thinking”. A recent example that comes to mind is Tesla Inc., headed by Elon Musk, offering to transition Puerto Rico as much as possible to a solar-powered island as it has done on a smaller scale in Kauai, Hawaii. However, the powers that be immediately find any way to justify how that is not viable and how the reliance on fossil fuels and unsustainable methods of generating power must remain. An official actually shut down the idea by simply saying that Puerto Rico’s power needs are just too complex, therefore solar power is not an option. Even if this is an actual representation of his thoughts rather than a regurgitation of the company line, he is suggesting that because purportedly it cannot be done at a 100% level (which I dispute) this means it cannot be done at any percentage level. A great example of "world class wrong thinking".
We must realize that which is real will ultimately trump that which is false. Meaning, our world may be gone way before the planet ages another era. So the illusion we live under that this world will never fall even while we continue to feed every mechanism that ensures its ultimate failure is but an illusion. If we can collectively see the difference between our world and the planet, and then choose the planet over our world, we will succeed in the long run. We fool ourselves into thinking we will be able to slowly make this happen in favor of not disturbing our world, however that only further guarantees the planet will continue to be under unrelenting assault. Because not disrupting the stock market, a completely and utterly false construct, is more important than not destroying the actual real planet we live on. This will prove to be one of the greatest examples of “world-class wrong thinking”.
Kane | Spiritual Realist
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