October 27, 2011
Djwhal Khul here. Tashi delek.
Alright. My topic this week is “Peaceful Protest”. Especially so when it is a grassroots movement. We are in a time period that heats up a lot of irritation naturally. It is a good time to be practicing peace.
You can still certainly protest what you want by free will choice, however, keeping kind of a peaceful calm energy or keeping the end result as your goal, as your outcome.
In my opinion, when we get a grassroots movement that doesn’t have a clear directive or a clear goal in the end result, you end up with riot potential.
So on the “Occupy Wall Street” for example, I believe the true intent under all of that is to put an end to greed on Wall Street and in government in general, global, not just the USA. So ending greed, not necessarily ending capitalism, but greed.
Now from a spiritual perspective, when the Hierarchy looks at how the world is transforming, we’re seeing the first two steps really, would be making term limits and getting situated so that you have true public servants rather than career politicians. And then the second step, ending career lobbyists so that they have true sincere individuals able to present their cases or cause, but not again career lobbyists.
So that starts putting the financial part of it onto a correct track. A third move that we believe would take a bit longer would be the campaign funding process and limiting that to something much, much more modest.
So the peaceful protest and by all means stand up and let your voice be heard and keep it peaceful and keep the exact goal in sight. You are wanting to end greed or bailouts or excessive spending, or whatever it is, just keep that clear. So greed and corruption is what I see the people globally wanting to end.
Alright then. May you stay safe and well and as always, my love to you,
Channeled by Rev. Terri Newlon
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