Sometimes We Cry – Sometimes We Won’t
My dear brother Zen posted a perfectly healthy article the other day, named: A Joy Ride Through F***ucking Censorship.
The expected happened: About 23 mails stating: “Why do you post that? I didn’t expect to find words like that on your site. Goodbye.”
Sometimes we cry.
Sometimes we get angry.
Mostly: We love.
The Matrix strikes a chord, or we reach critical mass and have had it.
We reach out for the celestial and in that reaching, that thriving to somehow bring the celestial blueprint to Morph City, the tentacles of the Matrix come with a tackle that holds our arms in gridlock and we: React.
The despair in knowing that when we know we know, and the daily abuses by the Control System frictions reach critical mass, and we: Let out.
The blueprint being that mostly everything in the Matrix, the Media and so on, really have leveled our emotional embodiment into something that along the way have become a state of: Don’t ever express emotions that exist outside the middle ground, or else: You´re on a rant or ready for a prescription, or: Please get in line for some matrix-pseudo-psychoanalysis and be: Leveled out.
Everybody comfy, now. Good. La-di-frikking-dah.
Anger can be a very healing emotion seen from a higher perspective. Emotions are most often a two-sided coin. When a heart-person lets it out, it comes from a higher perspective and can transform the status quo, certainly on the inside of the soul expressing it and hopefully transform in a collective way in a high impact reach out.