A Call to Action: Where Did We Go Astray?
A Call to Action: Where Did We Go Astray?
By Aaron Watson / filmsforaction.org
Nov 2, 2016

The problems in the world are rooted in the minds of each and every individual. It’s a psychological problem that manifests in the physical world. The separation and division begins in our own minds first. When we see ourselves as separate from the rest of the world then we project that separation onto those around us. It is time to put an end to this separation, to reel in the projections and blame-shifting, and to take ownership and responsibility.

Now there is a tool available to aid in this work. The tool is called the Troll Translator Unity Consciousness Builder try it out here. It’s simple to use but what it reveals can be very difficult to hear. The tool works by reflecting all of our projections back onto us. This creates a map for each of us to follow in order to reach that place of connection and responsibility. The majority of words you’ve written has up to this point created distinction and division. But now you can reel that division back in and transform it into unity and connection. Using the Troll Translator and taking ownership for all the division we created with our words leads us to that place of unity, connection, and wholeness that is so desperately needed right now.

For example, “Where did we go astray” becomes “Where did I go astray (from myself)?” When I call myself "we", I make myself powerless. I avoid taking personal responsibility for my actions and instead blame-shift onto the collective "we". Now that I know this, it doesn't make sense to do anymore.

I can only respect and connect with "the other" as much as I respect and connect with myself. Changing pronouns from you, they, and we to I and owning my projections is a very effective way to connect more deeply with myself.

Coming into full “I am everything" consciousness has been rocking my world for almost four years now. It can be quite extreme – but when I look at the problems in my world, they are extreme too. Embodying this pattern of thinking – that I am everything: good, bad, happy, sad, light and dark – is changing everything in my reality, which is exactly what needs to happen. It's not an easy path, but the work is paying off as my life becomes more and more beautiful and meaningful.

I am at a crossroads, I either wake up, and take back my personal powers, and my responsibility for all things that happen here on my earth, or my earth will be destroyed by my crazy governments and corporations that I have allowed to be in charge.

I am calling you to action. Please help me by using the Troll Translator to tame your patterns of projections and blame and to come into the unity, connection, and wholeness that is fundamental to our existence. As more of us come into total self-ownership and use this tool on each other, the easier it will be for the rest of us. The physical problems in the world are stemming from our divided psyche and language of distinction. By transforming the distinction within our own minds into ownership and unity, the physical world will follow. Try it for yourself and see.

Inspired by this conversation.

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