Friday, 17 March 2017
The Passiveness of Love
Written by Mathew Naismith
Love is a passive expression.
Love is not about judging everything
else that is not of this love negative.
Love is neither negative nor positive
for it is passive by nature.
Love does not limit itself to
judgment or extremes.
Love has no boundaries,
for only in harsh judgment are
there so many negatives/boundaries.
Love is simply freedom from these
inhibiting aggressive expressions
of today's expressions of love and light.
Has this new movement of love and light become highly aggressive?
Considering the conversations I have had with a number of people on this topic, and that anyone apart of this new movement often judge more, especially more of what is negative, it certainly seems it is highly aggressive. It is amazing what is negative today that wasn't before, and we are suppose to be judging less, not more!!
Yes, the perception of love and light is observed by many as being a movement and a new movement. As of any new movement, it becomes a be and end all, the ultimate answer to our troubling world and minds. This alone reminds me of the religious Dark Ages, my movement/religion is the ultimate answer.
This movement is also new because it does not emulate the ancient teachings of love and light. These ancient teachings of love and light are and were not about extreme expressions to start with. They are also not about being in judgment more, in effect, judging more of what is negative. What wasn't judged as negative before is now judged as negative by this new movement today, for example, expressing a balanced view is negative. Balance of course pertains to wisdom.
Speaking with other people as well on this topic, they mention how telling it how it actually is, is negative by this new movement, meaning, the truth is negative which pertains that this new movement is really of the non-acceptance of truths. This of course pertain that this new movement is really about lies. The similarities between this new movement of today and the religious Dark Age movements are obvious, not they are exactly the same but there are some significant similarities. Basing a movement on the non-acceptance of truths is but one of them, excluding wisdom and balance from a movement is another.
It is quite disheartening for people like me to observe this occurring all over again; we are just not willing to free ourselves from these boundaries that we are conditioned to.
I was repeatedly told, at an early age, not to read or study on certain subjects that were going to condition me to certain ways of thinking; this included a lot of new age spiritual teachings at the time. Even today this is the case. Only now can I see why, through my interactions with other people, I was told not to condition myself to certain teachings.
Materialism is only apart of that conditioning, the other part is to do with spiritual conditioning, especially the spiritual conditionings that pertain to fear. How many people today fear expressing the ego, judgment and negativity? If you fear the so called dark side of life at all, you are conditioned to fear, however, it is also advisable not to fear being in fear either.
Being fearful is part of the process of negating or neutralising fear altogether, it is wise to treat this as part of the process. It is also wise to treat fearing being fearful of negativity as apart of the process as well. No one part of the process is a be and end all, it is wise to be aware of this in my mind.