By Jordan Yates Edited by Jedi Reach
If anyone is wondering why the destruction of the forests, rain forests, land farming, and natural habitats is an atrocity to not only Mother Earth, but the living beings of all species she nurtures and provides for selflessly, then the answer lies within the spiritual energy itself, which resides within all those aforementioned beings and enlivens them, including Mother Earth. Spiritual energy is of the finest, purest form of Creational energy; essentially the battery that powers everything we see through our limited material eyes and everything we do not see, but can only be sensed through the use of our sixth and seventh senses that mainstream science denies or brushes off as some sort of magic not worthy of investigation. Despite the obvious negatives that come about from the destruction of vital land, namely displacement of animal ecosystems necessary for their own evolution and ours, and the fact trees and plants produce oxygen not one living being on this planet could live without, but which mankind continues to ravage regardless to keep up with its out of control overpopulation. The fauna and flora are more than a pretty background in your vacation picture. They are the visual unfolding of the Creative energy. The mirror to which humankind could grasp some inkling of their true inner selves and direction of their lives if they would only stop for one moment in their degenerated, know-it-all attitudes to gaze into its reflection. That is, within nature is humanity’s blueprint, the essence of our basic programming. We witness it in the harmony of the ants that work together to provide food for their colonies, never taking more than they absolutely need. In the birth of the budding trees and flowers during the spring. Life in the blossoming of those buds during the summer, where flowers open their petals to become of service to the world, just as a baby grows to become a member of society – both offering their nourishment to the environment. A human, through his/her thoughts and actions, and a flower, through its nectar which the bees and the butterflies, among other pollinators, eat and replenish themselves in turn transferring the pollen from a male flower to a female flower, allowing it to produce seeds for reproduction of the species. The same is true for the human, who is the seed of male and female copulation for the new generation. It grows, but with its own unique feature of conscious thought. The ability to choose its own way though the base programming remains the same as the flower. The fauna and the flora are autonomous in the way that they do not possess conscious thought. They simply form and carry out their base programming as Creation intended in its rules and regulations. Humans, on the other hand, are formed with the power to decide, but ultimately to learn to be as the flower, letting the Creation unfold naturally within them so they to can operate within the laws and protect the animals, the plants, and eventually the Universe within the material realm.
And it is there where humanity has lost touch with the reality of its being. They force what they consider to be power and might over one another when they should be as the ants working in harmony to provide for all. They cling to their material possessions and their material self when just like the trees and flowers in the fall, they will have aged and succumbed to the natural order of the Death while during the life they could not have lived further from the truth, ignoring the lessons Creation has tried to provide them since the beginning of time.
They chop down and bury it all, ignoring the signs of their true life and true purpose, choosing to remain brain-washed by the fallen word, disregarding the source programming that throws errors within mankind; perhaps because it is to hard to swallow just how far they’ve strayed. So, they go on, indulging in fantasies and religions that enslave their Creational right of choice, shunning the order that allows them to do so in the first place. They attempt to rewrite their own history and their own rules – to elevate themselves to a power they haven’t even begun to understand whilst pillaging what could help them to do so. It is not that nature should be left to run wild and man should be swinging through the vines as the apes, who sadly know more of natural order than the human, or that it is impossible to evolve without it. It is possible because human beings are nature themselves, even if they refuse to realize it. They are powered by the same Creational energy as everything else. It is for this reason why nature should be preserved as much as possible, because it is our instruction manual. The answer guide to the evolution of life – the concentrated point of spiritual energy that we came from and that we are.
So why do we make it so hard on ourselves? Because we’ve given away our right to choose. We let ourselves become like cattle, leaving our fate in the hands of others when it has always been up to us and us alone to decide our own path, and unconsciously, we have decided this due to our own neglect. We have kept our heads down and turned ourselves into weakened, blaming creatures. Now we work the jobs we gave ourselves, follow the rules we helped make, learn the selective history we helped carry on, believe the religions we started in a lust for shallow power. We have abused ourselves and for what? Trinkets that do not live beyond the grave which will one day turn to dust.
The way to understanding life is not through greed and might over others. It is through balance; through peace, through harmony, through knowledge of self, through acceptance of who we truly are. That is our true nature.