Oregon, US of A
Friday, March 30, 2018

Thought Adjuster: “The thought entered your mind that human beings are in great need of filters and purifiers.  Just as your heart filtrates your bloodstream, your mind is the organ meant to filter your thinking.  What do I mean by that?

“All of you are constantly besieged by the thought input of others—much of it you literally ‘subscribe to’ by the mere selection of your TV channel of predilection—the ‘thought broadcaster’ you allow into your living room.  Sadly, for many of you it boils down to everything or nothing, resulting in the merciless polarization of the public opinion—yours included.

“You witness the ruthless conflicts and antagonisms that arise between those who subscribe to opposite ‘narratives’.  Verbal mudslinging has become the modern version of stoning.  This contributes to a growing state of disharmony in your world.  Such a state of disharmony is out-of-alignment with the Truth, the Beauty, and the Goodness that your world is craving—the universal healing balms.

“Healing starts within.  What is in need of healing within you?  There is no need to compare yourself with others, as it does not serve you well.  What others chose to do is their business and what you chose to do is none of theirs.  Period. 

“Just as your health practitioner asks you to fill out a detailed questionnaire in order to get an overall picture of your state of health, it would serve you well to answer the following questions about your mental and emotional health:

  • What is your most prevalent emotion?  Does it feel good to you?
  • How do you use your words?  To bash others or to lift them up?
  • How much responsibility do you take for your own decisions and actions?
  • On a scale of one to ten, how much do you engage in the blaming war game?
  • How proactive are you to improve upon what you dislike within yourself and in the world at large?
  • What is your contribution?

“Isn’t time to put an end to the venomous behaviors that, beyond inflicting harm onto others, turn you into someone ‘hard to love’?  Their powerful antidote is to live by the Golden Rule. 

“Your Master Jesus exhorted you to be ‘wise as serpents and harmless as doves’.  He stressed the innate wisdom of serpents—not their venomous propensities.  He always promoted peace over hurtful conflicts, knowing well that everyone ends up a loser in such nasty affairs.

“Dear ones, wisely use your mental filter to weigh your options before you campaign for your beliefs. Ensure that such beliefs would be condoned by your Master Jesus as contributing to a better world—rather than exacerbating its already very chaotic state.  Refrain from speaking your mind if it spreads negativity, adding to the already festering mental pool.  Rather, bravely raise your voice to quiet your unruly siblings, as a parent would do in order to restore the family peace.”