A LESSON IN ASCENSION THINKING VIA THIS CONTROVERSY –
KEYSTONE PIPELINE APPROVAL WILL BE CONSIDERED AN ACT OF WAR
BY SOUTH DAKOTA NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBES
Lifting our consciousness toward ascension means we must begin to think in terms that care for the Whole of Being. We cannot destroy our planetary home–a living, sacred Being. As you listen to this video, note the contradictions with which we have lived for generations–destruction to our planetary home is permissible if it provides jobs and money. Let that thought sink in. We–in our 3rd dimensional consciousness–have given far more importance to the temporary, psuedo-luxury of jobs and money than to living in harmony with nature and its bountiful supply of all that we need.
We have considered it okay to take over the natural resources found within one individual, tribe, or nation’s homeland in the name of “national interest,” “just doing business,” “just following orders” ….on and on with the excuses. We convince ourselves that the eminent domain law makes it fair–“the land was purchased in the public‘s interest.”
We have deemed it legitimate to run roughshod over the very existence of some people while striving to achieve our imperialistic goals. The actions taking place in the United States Congress is an example of the seizure of authority over the lives of Native Americans in South Dakota. Because a few jobs may result, we have been indoctrinated to think the action is acceptable.
If we want to ascend into higher consciousness, we must learn to think in much more caring terms for our planet and all of its inhabitants.
I perceive that the present Keystone Pipeline controversy is a perfect example of events that are guiding us into a higher level of conscious awareness. I encourage you to listen intently to this video. Note the 3rd dimensional duality expressed via the personages of the American Indian and the 2015 Majority Leader of the US Senate–Mitch McDonnell.
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