It’s September 11th, and some thing must be written to acknowledge such a catastrophic and man-made event. This particular blog is inspired by a need for balance. As I’ve seen in much (if not all of life), there are always two sides to every coin, yet we enjoy so much the incessant need to fight over which side is better; head or tails…My role during my time as a human on Earth is to balance what I’ve seen we have imbalanced. Sure, there is a great imbalance with injustice occurred on that day, but this emotional attachment can’t hinder our intellectual investigation into what actually happened and why it happened. Though, the details of both sides of this event is up to you to feel/research for yourselves.
We’ve all had to go through some drastic changes because of this event. It has shaped who we’ve become and what we choose to do with our time, attention, and energy. Though this experience is one we will never forget, as the emotional impact stays with those who knew someone that has first hand experience. It’s hard to imagine why anyone would be willing to manifest this thought into a reality, but there was someone. It wasn’t thoughtless, it was calculated and well planned, such that the many obstacles and barriers needed traversing were actually well traversed, almost seamlessly. This is the harsh reality most people want to throw into the conspiracy trash can, but let me tell you, the arguments really add in favor of the conspiracy when processed from as emotionally neutral state as possible.
“Nope, it was pure evil committed by people halfway around the world that I really know nothing about, other than the mainstream media told me who hit us and an eye for an eye.”
This is what the media quickly informed us of, and we surely don’t want to question if it’s true, because how disrespectful is it to consider that the lives lost might have actually been for no real reason? How disrespectful is it to question the authority we give so much trust to act according to the people’s best interest actually didn’t do just that?
We do need to show our respects for this aspect of the experience. We will never be the same in extremely emotional ways. Let not this be a blinder of the pursuit for truth, though. It’s so easy to miss the information presented in front of us just because of our emotional attachment. The way to be open to such extreme and controversial information is by detaching from the emotional loss of human lives. This will help analyze the information that will clear more of a pathway into the truth. Not necessarily digging into the experience can keep people in a shallower container of knowledge that might shed more light as to why this even happened. I highly suggest just throwing out the negative label of “conspiracy,” and give it a shot. Calculate the information provided from whatever controversial source it came from. See if it makes sense no matter how much it will change who you should really be angry with.
What’s the point of balancing these perspectives of September 11th? Where does this union between the two perspectives take us? It takes us right to the transcendence beyond the battle on either end. We can now accept both aspects to this single experience. This is the balance that will allow us to move beyond the game and into a new paradigm of reality. It frees the binds from both sides of this experience, where we understand what it’s like to step outside of this arena being played. We now understand we need to give our thoughts, prayers, meditations, focus, consciousness, and energy to the people of this experience as being a part of humanity, but now we understand how to choose who that energy gets directed toward and for our supported reason. The game doesn’t have to “rigged,” where either side will loses in this political game. We’re not just blindly handing it over to who the next person over is telling us to, because we know so little about it other than people died and someone “over there” did it. We don’t have to feel bound by the emotional battle for justice without considering the (controversial) information that details what actually happened or for the information to find the truth of the matter without considering the emotionality attached to the people who had to endure such horrendousness.
It can’t just be that some people just really, really, really, really, REALLY, really, really hate Americans. It’s stimulating to believe in such a thing as “pure evil,” but nothing is so pure and they had their reasons. So, the more this is realized, the easier it gets to entertain information revealing the hierarchical ladder that this leads to. It may be too large of a scope for us to handle in the moment, but that’s what spiritual exercise is all about. We start see, feel, and understand the grander constructs of life, and our wisdom grows. We can admit to the reality that lives were lost and at what actual expense were they lost. No one wants another 9/11 to happen, but if we don’t wake up to this singular coin, then we’ll keep being divided, and they will continue to conquer.
It’s not a war on terror, but a war on consciousness…
After dealing with many divisions in life ranging from neighborly conflicts to religious and philosophical conflicts, reconciling them is my mission. These divisions can cause many mixed feelings that take longer to remedy and ultimately longer to achieve our unique purposes. My passion is assisting in spiritual evolution while being in the midst of our daily life circumstances...