I have spent many, MANY years diving deeply into both cosmic consciousness and our collective of human consciousness. When we can penetrate with our awareness down to the very root dynamics which underlie a whole host of problems or dysfunctional patterns, we’re then empowered to change all those things with just a single-pointed focus of transformation whereby all the dominoes fall when you tip the first one over. When we do this for ourselves, we are always doing it for the entire collective consciousness on Earth also.
However, when we are aware of this, and we add it into our conscious intent, the effect is amplified a great deal. This is because then the energy you receive for that transformation is much larger than what you’ll receive if you’re just intending it for yourself. Open your intentions to always include the collective each and every time and you’ll feel immense power coursing through you and your own transformation will be much more graceful too.
Our human goals, motives and their associated words and actions have a very interesting relationship when you can see them from an expanded cosmic perspective. There’s an age-old idiom that goes like this: ‘the end justifies the means.’ A quick search of the internet brings up the the following various meanings for this idiom:
- A positive outcome justifies the methods one employs to reach it, even if they are unethical.
- You can use bad or immoral methods as long as you accomplish something good by using them.
- A good outcome excuses any wrongs committed to attain it.
- Wrong or unfair methods may be used if the overall goal is good.
- Bad or unfair methods of doing something are acceptable if the result of that action is good or positive.
It appears this idiom may originate from the Roman era because the Roman poet Ovid expresses this concept in Heroides as ‘exitus acta probat.’ This means, ‘the outcome justifies the actions.’ Unfortunately this approach to life and achieving our goals is widely used in our world of today. I see it being used all the time by people who really want to do some good and/or who want to bring about a new world of peace, fairness, respect, love, and compassion.
This approach is, however, a serious impediment to any beneficial goal when you use a means that is unethical, immoral, wrong, unfair or bad to achieve it. The moment you justify such means because of your lofty end goals, you have taken one baby step away from your soul. Once you take one baby step away from your soul, the next one is a bit easier to take. Before you know it you will have wandered quite a good distance from your soul. Early on in my awakening process the higher dimensional beings I communicate with told me to never do this, for this very same reason. I made a commitment at that time to adhere to this principle to the best of my ability.
When your goals are focused on bringing about some type of beneficial change for consciousness, society, the environment, another person, or a helpful innovation, or whatever… it’s really quite easy to justify the actions you may take to achieve your goals, because of the good intent of the goals themselves. This one dynamic underlies nearly all of the dysfunctional and dark patterns that are so prevalent in this world which we find ourselves in. Take a moment to contemplate the truth of this. If you can’t see the truth of this taking place as a fundamental part of something that you don’t like about this world, share it with me in the comments below and I’ll see if I can help you out.
The most important place to see where this dynamic is going on though is in yourself. Personally, after decades of working with this, I still frequently assess how I’m going about achieving my goals. I do this to determine how much of what I’m doing is somehow mis-aligned and being justified by my end goal. This takes perseverance, dedication and a willingness to self-examine. It means you may have to lion-tame your ‘rationalizer.’ It means you may have to change HOW you approach getting things done in your life. It means your sense of priority will have to shift. All of that will seem cumbersome and inconvenient making it all the easier to just shove it aside and keep on as you have been.
So my parting thought here is that if you are someone who REALLY wants to bring about positive change in the world, as Gandhi once said, you have to; “be the change you wish to see in the world.” In other words, your means for bringing about positive change, in and of themselves, MUST represent the change you wish to facilitate. YOU must be the living embodiment of that change first and foremost. Anything less than THAT is just another form of the old paradigm masquerading as change.
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