If we look to the Universal Law of Balance – As Within So Without – what do “the pipeline” issues in Canada represent metaphorically?
In the bigger picture without, the pipeline can represent the control and greed of the elite furthering their agenda, indiscriminately extracting Gaia’s natural resources.
So then I ask, why are our leaders still allowing this when we have proven renewable energy options? (Free energy, solar power, wind and water turbines. . . see info about what Norway is doing below.)
From my understandings in order for our “without” to change, we have need to change “within.”
It’s physics — as within, therefore without — scientifically proven, like attracts like.
So then I say, what can we say to our selves “within” for our reality to shift into new energy usage, New Earth, Nova Earth?
I’ve been told through channeled messages that the only mistake we make is judgement of self, and I know from observing this day-in day-out, how insidious judgement can be.
So, if we focused on elimination
of all judgement of self/others,
could we change our without?
If we transmuted our sorrow, shame, anger, fear, the lack of self-love and self-worth, bigotry, hatred, limitation, anxiety, control, guilt within, would we come to a state of peace, Love, joy within and create a new reality without?
My daily meditation practice (with a notebook and pencil to jot down the insights) from contemplating understandings contained within our tri-flame in the heart chakra is that forgiveness sets me free, and gratitude for all my experiences, the good, the bad and the the ugly, brings me to a state of daily bliss, joy, discovery of sacred purpose.
I’ve found in forgiveness and gratitude for everything, I’m much more able to be compassion, that observer holding the highest vision, and to also help create societies where everyone is equal, as all things come to balance on Gaia.
In this video, science proved something wonderful:
2:44 — “1978. . . 7000 meditators
3 weeks in a state of 💚 Love and peace 💙
. . . global crime rates dropped by 16%. . .
72% decrease in global terrorist activity. . .
These powerful waves of 💚 LOVE 💚 and 💙 peace 💙
were felt subconsciously by the entire collective consciousness of humanity
and effected mass behaviour without people even realizing it. . .
For the most part the pipeline protests in Canada are peaceful. This is a good indication we are becoming more peaceful within, but with boundaries! The sixth dimensional growth pattern is: from chaos, struggle, comes creation.
This article, February 14, 2020, in The Guardian, Canada: protests go mainstream as support for Wet’suwet’en pipeline fight widens, illustrates the struggle:
Twenty-eight people were arrested by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, including three Wet’suwet’en matriarchs – Tait, Freda Huson and Brenda Michell.
“I felt overwhelmed with sadness, and pain over the fact that we were being removed from our territory,” said Tait, remembering the moment she was escorted past the fluttering red dresses towards a police vehicle.
She made sure to touch each dress as she left. But she and the other “land defenders” remain defiant. Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs, who oversee 22,000 sq km of territory, have stubbornly opposed the project and remain locked in a battle with the courts, the pipeline company – and the government of Justin Trudeau.
“There were tactical teams walking around with semi-automatic weapons in my territory. Industry was allowed to come and go freely. White settlers were allowed to come and go freely,” she said. “But if you were a Wet’suwet’en person, you are not permitted on your own territory.”
People in Canada are creating change, standing for change, peacefully protesting the pipeline and what it represents.
That being said, HuffPost ran this on February 14th: Via Rail Service Shut Down Across Canada Because Of Pipeline Blockades
This post, February 12, 2020, “In their own words: What the #WetsuwetenStrong allies are fighting for” states the issues surrounding the pipeline in British Columbia are global issues:
Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, Ontario — Here in Tyendinaga, at least for some, it goes without saying: The struggle of the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs is the struggle facing everybody.
The plights of colonialism, stolen land, nature brutalized by a settler society hungry for money — these are the perceived links that bind the conflict over a natural gas pipeline in northern British Columbia with demonstrations of solidarity rippling across Canada.
“That is why we’re here, to protect our land,” said Debbie Clark, one of the few people who agreed to be interviewed by the Star at a small protest camp outside Marysville, Ont., on Wednesday.
This article I posted, Links Between ‘Man Camps’ and Violence Against Indigenous Women, states:
The inquiry found there is “substantial evidence” that natural resource projects increase violence against Indigenous women and children and two-spirit individuals.
A final report released from the National Inquiry Committee in June found “work camps, or ‘man camps,’ associated with the resource extraction industry are implicated in higher rates of violence against Indigenous women at the camps and in the neighbouring communities.”
“Increased crime levels, including drug- and alcohol-related offences, sexual offences, and domestic and ‘gang’ violence, have been linked to ‘boom town’ and other resource development contexts. … There is an urgent need to consider the safety of Indigenous women consistently in all stages of project planning,” the report states.
As we stand for right alignment, non-judgement of self, therefore others — Divine Right Alignment knowing everyone is equal — as within so without, we create a world that works.
And as we each come closer to that place of non-judgement within, I feel renewable energy projects, like what Norway is focusing on, explained in this post, April 2019, can more easily become our everyday reality:
Norway’s government gave the go-ahead on Friday for its $1 trillion (£760bn) oil fund – the world’s largest sovereign wealth fund – to invest in renewable energy projects not listed on stock markets. Billions are expected to be spent on wind and solar power projects. It is the latest indication that wealth accumulated through fossil fuels is being redirected towards future profits in renewable energy.
I invoke Wakanataka, White Buffalo Calf Woman,
Chief Sitting Bull, Chief Cochise, Chief Red Cloud,
Chief White Cloud, Chief Joseph, Chief Geronimo,
Yeshua, the Magdalena, Sanat Kumara, St. Germaine,
the Mighty Ones, the Mother, the Universal Laws,
the Divine Blessings, Virtues, Qualities,
the Dimensional Growth Patterns
for Peace, Love, Joy within/without,
the elimination of the judgement, bigotry, hatred,
limitation, control, the insidious ways not of love within/without.