There are lots of people I love and care about and who I don’t follow on social medias. Why? Because I am constantly dealing with the perception of underground programming, their programming.
I accept collateral damages. I know from my personal experience some of them are inevitable. They come from projections. If people are there in their process of projection, not able to take distance, not able to own their stuff, I know it’s not suitable for me to actively express, though I am psychically aware of what’s going on. Moreover, I constantly reevaluate my positions and change my subscriptions acknowledging where I am today and where others are in their journey. Nothing is set in stones. And sometimes it has to do with my own projections and I allow myself to take a break as the process is being processed within myself. Similarly, many people who love me are not interested by my online content. I doesn’t say anything about their love for me. On another note, I understand when a friend needs to take distance for a while and it’s their freedom to do so while they are processing their own stuff. It’s not personal and I admire them and respect them in their processes.
When someone expresses a snippet of opinion (it takes time to write a constructed essay and is not possible every day on social media, which I consider a space for trials and errors and for great learning), I see a tendency for people to jump to conclusions, going from A to Z without considering all the curves and loops possible in the discourse and unable to observe that a trigger is getting activated in them, motive for their automatic reaction.
I also see another tendency, a much more nasty one, it’s when people don’t realize they are the vectors of passive aggressiveness, adding more toxicity and energetic pollution to these already charged platforms. Let’s not forget that’s a big part of why the internet and social media have been invented, that’s what they have been envisioned for and the reason why they have been socially engineered is to gain further control over the human race. The controllers ask and pay for the advices of thousands of psychologists whose job is to predict human behaviours and plan the future that they want.
Liking the comment of someone who is triggered by a post that questions the mainstream narrative while keeping silent for any victory or any other form of posts is very often a form of passive aggressiveness. The first person has the courage to actively participate in the debate while the later stays hidden, under cover behind the like button that becomes a form of silent protestation. I learned a great lot about passive aggressiveness from great trainings in my past romantic relationships. At first, I was completely oblivious about it and now I became very trained to recognize its sidious signature. To double check and be sure of what’s going on, I also am tuning into the field with my psyche and see if the person is sending me something dark within the field, a.k.a psychic attack, using the power of our thoughts through black magick.
There is only a certain amount of passive agressivity that I tolerate on my social media platforms. There risks to be a time when I will protect myself from these projections, freeing myself from having to feel it. We are all invited to check ourselves before we take actions that are not serving the collective and that steal away precious time and energy from truth seekers that could use their energy and time for much greater things. Furthermore there is a price to pay individually for vibrating at such a 3D divide and conquer frequency. On the other hand I appreciate constructive discussion and insights that give food for my work and invite me to elaborate my thoughts and to look deeper into my own understanding of this world. There is a great difference, the frequency of it doesn’t lie.
Quote by Laura Matsue: “It’s taken me a really long time to realize that I am completely responsible for how I treat people but at the same time not responsible for someone’s response towards me or what they think of me. It has taken me courage and wisdom to see that what people think of me sometimes has little to do with how I treat them but has more to do with something that I triggered in them, and an even greater wisdom to see the difference between when I can improve upon the way I treat people from their reflections and when I must stand firm in my actions in spite of the reactions of others.”