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Post Composed After Conversing With "S"
It's in the blood, it's in the blood. Echoing phrases such as this have been surrounding my awareness the last few days. “It is in ones nature” as in the tale of the frog and the scorpion. Also in what I call my daily morning gymnasts of conscious mental web browsing (as usual geared towards the mystical and occult, my version of “It is in ones nature”) many myths and spiritual results pop up relating directly or indirectly to the subject. From fables as the one mentioned through Buddhism, self help gurus to standard philosophies from Aristotle to Nietzsche or Haagl. Humans. Oft driven by demons or guided by angels. Questions arise of why people do what they do and the consequences of those actions on others and themselves. Deeper conversation of soul, death and karma. Apocalypticism and the end of time. "Oh, what a tangled web we weave When first we practise to deceive!" The pain we may cause ripples further than than some imagine in the moment from object of the subject to others who have been witness to it. And those witnesses who are empaths among us, be they “normal” or enhanced with psychic phenomena, are effected in parallel. In my own life a word or phase has affected devastating effects in me that lasted years. On a human person to person level the key to healing it seem comes down to forgiveness. On the larger scale when things are so intense they cause PTSD such as in sexual abuse or the trauma of war, forgiveness also seems to be the primary tool to heal through use of. Ah war.... Today I say no more. A short post on a large subject. Please visit kethermuse.