Resistance is a flawed response if one is on the road to peace.
It assumes that the person or thing being resisted is not you.
It assumes that unity does not exist.
Yes, I’ll explain.
Peace requires unity.
Therefore, resistance is a flawed response on the road to peace because it assumes there is something outside you.
Resistance reveals that a person believes unity does not exist.
This doesn’t mean that we blindly accept everything that comes our way.
This doesn’t mean that we are not active in our pursuit of the peaceful response.
It means we practice the philosophy found in eastern martial arts and redirect an aggressor’s energy to accomplish our goals.
It allows one person to provide the energy while another person provides the direction.
This isn’t possible with resistance.
With resistance, the energy is deadened.
It is wasted.
With awareness and unity, the energy may be redirected.
This is what I see some of my clients doing when they seemingly throw caution to the wind in fulfilling their earning potential and maximizing their cash flow, even when it results in a larger tax bill.
They are aware that “traditional tax advice” is not good advice. Therefore, they make their own decisions based upon their own goals.
They take the energy of the system and, rather than resist it, they redirect that energy for their own purposes.
Do you see the difference?
As I said yesterday, I see this happening in the way people are responding to Monday’s bombing during the Boston Marathon.
Instead of immediately pointing to an international terrorist suspect, many people, including mainstream media, considered whether government was involved.
As I watched President Obama’s initial press conference after the bombing, I noticed he was curt in his speech patterns.
He didn’t take questions afterwards.
His body language said he was annoyed rather than angry, irritated rather than concerned.
My interpretation is that he knew this was a false flag event and he was tired of playing his role in this type of scripted activity.
Rather than, as was done on 9/11, immediately accuse someone, Obama said, “We still don’t know who did this or why. People should not jump to conclusions before we have all the facts.”
I sensed he was saying, “You’re not going to use me to point fingers at someone who didn’t do this.”
Meanwhile, other signs of a false flag event have appeared.
The blast in Boston was followed by poison being sent in the mail to elected leaders, just as anthrax was sent to elected leaders after 9/11.
The mainstream media has reported on the arrest of the person responsible for sending the ricin.
They have been more hesitant to report that the arrested man was someone who, for more than ten years, had attempted to investigate the illegal organ harvesting market after discovering a refrigerator full of dismembered body parts and organs while working for a Mississippi healthcare organization.
Was he too close to the truth or is something else going on here?
As time goes by, will we discover that the ricin was produced in a CIA contractor’s laboratory just as the anthrax was in 2001?
Our awareness of previous events gives us clues regarding what may be taking place today.
With these clues, we can begin to understand that each of us is responsible for these acts.
The peaceful response allows us to assume that responsibility and redirect available energy.
With this understanding, it is obvious that resistance is futile.