When you become aware of the spectrum, as described in the previous blog, you have the capacity to see and feel the Divine in all things. Seeing and feeling the Divine is objective observation with compassion and no judgment. Humanness is a paradigm of individuated diversity in which seeing and feeling the Divine in all things is our greatest challenge. The Challenge with objective observation with compassion and no judgment is with some individuals that have not developed a relationship with death in a way that they take a particular position on the spectrum. These individuals fluctuate randomly back and forth through the spectrum depending on the latest influence presented to them. They seem to be grasping at something that will stabilize their never-ending fluctuation and give them a feeling of temporal security especially in times of uncertainty. In this scenario, objective observation with compassion and no judgment is imperative. Allowing them to fluctuate and change their means of stabilizing may be quite challenging for those with a certain position on the spectrum. One minute you may accept a certain perspective, response, and action step which may or may not completely change in the next moment; contradicting what was previously presented. These individuals have their fluctuating reality that seems very “real” to them which may be hard for others to relate to. It is neither good or bad, or right or wrong. It just is. Similar to having a position on the spectrum. I feel with many of the decisions being made on larger levels with the corona virus, we are experiencing this fluctuation happening. One minute we are presented with a certain perspective, response, and action step that may be contradicted in another area of the country by other individuals who are fluctuating through a different point on the spectrum. This may be quite disconcerting at times having so many diverse perspectives, responses, and action steps all simultaneously presented and happening. They are neither good or bad, or right or wrong. They just all are. Objective observation with compassion and no judgment allows us to experience through loving detachment. We can witness/observe all these variations and fluctuations while maintaining our own equilibrium and position on or fluctuation throughout the spectrum. We maintain our own Sense of Self with respect and compassion to others. We do not have to compromise our position on the spectrum or the truth of our relationship with death.
I feel that what many of us are learning through this situational exercise of the corona virus is objective observation with compassion and no judgment, and loving detachment. When this becomes prevalent among many, there is great potential and capacity for the experience of freedom of choice, harmony, cooperation, and peace, which I feel is what so many, including me, desire and hold in mind at this time. Holding everyone in my loving thoughts and mind, Love and Light, Wendy