Hello world. I shared a post this morning from two years ago called, “How have you been conforming on your journey?” Within a few minutes of me posting it a brother responded with a question asking me if I had healed from the experiences. I had responded that I had healed all of it in 2014 after doing the ACIM workbook for a year. I explained that I had started my journey in 2004 when I wrecked a motorcycle. I explained that ACIM was a “finishing school” for me in understanding the psychology behind the way I and my brothers had been trained to think, believe and perceive. In seeing how this training happened I was shown the way to reverse it completely so one may take back their Sovereignty of Being and Free Will to be Self Governing as God created us to be.
While in the middle of this dialogue I found out my post was deleted from the group it had been shared in. Whoever chose to delete the ongoing conversation was choosing to remove an opportunity for healing for their brothers. Even though the group states it is a public open group the actions of that admin state that the only voice to be heard is their own. All others will be deleted and removed from existence.
Now that, my brothers, should give one pause and begin to raise a red flag within their minds. That someone is trying to control what it is you do or do not get to see, read, experience and or heal from. It suddenly makes one begin to question exactly what the intentions of these admins in these groups are. Are they really wanting to be of service and help their brothers heal? OR…. Are they using subversive tools of control and manipulation to actually gain money and power over another? Everything is pointing to someone trying to manipulate their brothers to their point of view.
These questions and others come to mind sharply when one considers the kinds of things I share and write about. I talk about my own personal experiences and the lessons I have learned from them of who I am and was meant to be. I share how every one of these experiences were of benefit to me. I share the processes and steps I have taken on my journey to healing the traumas experienced throughout my life.
I shared this yesterday, “Every step of your journey is important.” It explains more fully why the sharing of our experiences and the lessons learned from them is necessary. We give our brothers an opportunity to see their own experiences in a different light and from a different point of view. This also…