• 'Blood and Soil' They Cried

    download.png‘Blood and Soil’ they cried.  ‘Blood and Soil’ etched across banners, wielded like flags on a battlefield.  Only this battle was fought long ago.  Was it not?  So many people seemed to think so.  And yet, here it is… resurrected.  ‘Blood and Soil’, the relationship between man and the land they claim.  A romantic notion that was sold as ink, but that was in fact written in human blood. 

    campo.jpgThe Nazis believed that purity would be restored to the land by a eugenics program.  They believed that returning to the purity of the land and to the select ‘type’ who deserved it would be the cure for so many of the problems plaguing the world.  Those who deserved it…  A concept infected with implication so dark that no one could even conceive of the implication, until its implication was exacted upon the world.  The implication was that all who did not fit into that idealized category would be eradicated.  The Nazis of Germany targeted many groups of people who did not fit into the box of their ‘ideal race’.  What I am speaking of is genocide.  Genocide of the sick and the healthy.  Genocide of the rich and the poor.  Genocide of the young, the old and everything in-between.  They believed that a person’s characteristics, attitudes, abilities and behavior was determined by their racial makeup.  They believed that it was transmitted like a disease from one generation to the next and that no man could overcome that infection.  They targeted Jews (not for their religion but for the ‘characteristics’ they believed were inherent to the group).  They targeted people with disabilities.  They targeted Romanian gypsies, Poles, Soviet prisoners, homosexuals, Jehovah witnesses, people with black skin (especially Afro-Germans).  And anyone who opposed their ideologies.  They believed that to not eradicate these inferior groups of people, was to be eradicated themselves.

    42-68884062.jpg"Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.  Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"  These are the words etched on our statue of liberty…  The symbol of America.  I was born and raised in America.  America is my home.  And as an American, I stand by those words that forged the foundation of the ideology of the country I call home.  But today, watching so many of my ‘fellow country men’ I feel like France should sail here and take the statue back.  Today, we do not deserve it.  We do not deserve to lie to the world like that.  The statue of liberty does not say "Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.  Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door! ... Except if you’re Black or Jewish or Middle Eastern or Mexican "   

    On August 12th, a protest was organized by a group of white supremacists intent on asserting the legitimacy of white culture by defending the legacy of the confederacy.  For anyone who doesn’t know, the confederacy was the group of states fighting in the 1800s for the right to keep slaves (black slaves to be exact).  Robert E. Lee was a confederate icon.  The progression of collective human consciousness therefore has recognized him as a villain and not a hero.  As such, the statue of him in Charlottesville, Virginia was going to be removed.  But then, the protesters showed up.  Like termites coming out of the woodwork, they appeared.  And the sheer amount of them was a shock to the senses.  And so did the counter protesters.  They faced off and eventually a state of emergency was declared.  When a group of the counter protesters moved away from the conflict, a Nazi sympathizer rammed his Dodge Challenger into the crowd, killing one and injuring dozens.  In a twist of fate, a state police helicopter called to respond to the conflict, crashed, killing two pilots. 

    104649391-RTS1BG2A.530x298.jpgThe protesters were part of a group that is now calling themselves “The Alt-Right”.  A group of white nationalists, white supremacists, Neo-Nazis and radical far right political advocates.  The event has spurred protests across the country.  In a state of mortified shock, the rest of the country has watched as colleagues, family members, employees and acquaintances are ‘removing their hoods’ so to speak and coming out of their closets in support of what we thought no modern man could ever support.  We have watched our own president come out publicly to condemn the counter-protesters and be thanked publicly by the white nationalist leader David Duke.   The shock in this country is palpable and so is the conflict.  It is the atmosphere that has preceded so many civil wars throughout history.       

    I have been honest that what we are collectively headed towards in the world (not just in the country) is a collective awakening.  The problem with awakening moments throughout history, whether they are personal or collective is that suffering tends to be the method of awakening.  We had one such awakening in the world 72 years ago, with the Second World War.  The poetic horror of course is that the very same ideologies that led us into that dark night of the collective human soul are the very same ideologies now being held as banners; the very same chants being cried in the streets.  And what we know about universal expansion is that if a lesson isn’t learned the first time, the lesson comes back bigger the second time.  And if it isn’t learned the second time, the lesson comes back bigger the third time.  Those of us who have already learned the lesson are now the teachers.  Teachers who can only hope our voice will cut through the unconsciousness of our fellow men.

    Whenever movement occurs towards an expanded form of consciousness, we encounter the ‘protest’.  We experience a polarization.  The old clashes violently against the new.  You can consider it a final revival of what is destined to die in the name of progression.  You can see this in your own life.  And you can see it in the world…  Unconsciousness clashing violently against the movement of consciousness.  It will not cease until the collective experiences an awakening, no matter how many lives that costs us.  This is why awakening is no longer a luxury for the human race.  It is a necessity. 

    Many people considered themselves to be ‘awake’ before this recent conflict occurred.  But if we were awake, why were we so surprised?  Why were we so surprised by the sheer number of people who came out of the woodwork to support what we consider atrocity?  As a spiritual leader, I will stand on the side of awakening and say that amidst all of this atrocity, there is something necessary that is arising…  An end is coming to the façade.

    removing-mask.jpgFor years, these white nationalists, white supremacists, Neo-Nazis and radical far right political advocates hid behind hoods, closed doors and then pretenses.  The only people who truly saw them were the people they targeted.  The African Americans always saw it.  They’ve been screaming at the top of their lungs about it for years.  The Mexicans saw it.  The Jews saw it.  Anyone who looked as if they could possibly come from the Middle East saw it.  Racism has lurked in the shadows of the collective consciousness, like a phantom only making itself known to its direct victims.  But now, it is in plain view.  All of us can see it.  Or can we?

    People keep asking me “What can I do to help?” about this situation in the United States.  I have two answers.  The first is to make sure you are on the right side of history if you are ever put in a position to have to choose sides.  Men like Robert. E Lee (or shall I say his statue) found this out the hard way.  The second answer, which is far more important, is to become aware of the racism within yourself and face it directly. 

    Something that greatly bothers me and continues to be an impediment to awakening is the moral superiority of the human ego.  For this reason, I am not concerned with the white nationalists, white supremacists, Neo-Nazis and radical far right political advocates.  They already know they are racist.  Now, they are flying banners in support of racism in the streets.  The problem is that they don’t see any problem with being racist.  Instead, I am concerned with the racism that lurks deeper in the collective human consciousness.  This is not the racism that leads to prejudice or lynchings or genocide.  But it is the racism that continues to feed the separation between men.  And this form of racism occurs within us all.  It occurs even within the minds of men who consider themselves to be the very most liberal and the very most anti-racist people walking our planet today.  If we want awakening within our species, we are going to have to recognize the things within us that we do not want to recognize...  The things we defiantly insist aren’t there.  This means if we are going to end racism, we are going to have to admit that it is there.

    goldfish-staring-at-black-fish-in-bowl-racism.jpgRacism is no longer a subject that is up for debate.  It has been scientifically proven that even the most ‘accepting’ and ‘liberal’ among us react differently (even if just our heart rate) when we are exposed to different races.  Some of this is simply because for millions of years, our species has evolved to avoid the unfamiliar and dangerous.  Anything that is “unfamiliar” or “other” than us is naturally something we cannot predict or understand.  This makes it a potential threat.  We are not at ease around it.  We may be curious but we are weary.  The natural distrust could stop there.  But it doesn’t.  It doesn’t because the human mind loves to categorize.  We do this so that we can stay safe.  Judgment is a critical part of survival.  If we are being charged by a thousand pound wild animal, we don’t have time to think about whether it is a threat or not.  Our mind takes previous things we’ve been told and previous things we’ve experienced and sorts it into a category so that the minute we see those things, it’s liked to a certain response.  You can consider judgment the thing that helps us navigate our external world.  In alignment with these judgments, what is ‘me and mine’ vs. what is ‘other’ was a very important thing to figure out.  This is how we worked out a sense of belonging, which was also liked to survival.  Our survival depended on 'our group’.

    No child is born a bigot.  No child is born a white supremacist.  No child is born hating whites.  They are educated into this judgment.  They encounter life experiences as well that lead them to this judgment.  And whether you like it or not, because the human mind likes to generalize and categorize and stereotype, these judgments exist and they constantly effect how we experience the world. 

    dad and teal.jpgI am white.  I was raised by two highly educated, liberal hippies whose idea of weekend fun was to attend liberal protests with me in tow.  Quite ironically, they were visiting when the Charlottesville protest occurred and they both warned me that even though they are in their 60s now, if president Trump reverses the decision to keep Bear’s Ears a national monument, they will join the Inter-Tribal Coalition and I will be getting a call to come bail them out of jail.  And no… they aren’t joking.  It is my favorite thing about my parents.  I was raised by militant Anti-Racist parents.  And yet… Racism still found a way into even my consciousness. 

     The path of awakening takes you straight to the mirror.  You become aware of your thoughts, your feelings and your actions…  Every subtle reaction that you have to the world.  And when I watched myself with a willingness to be aware of the things I would never want to see within myself, it was amazing what I saw.  I did an experiment.  I went to a city park.  I sat on a bench.  At first I watched my energetic reaction when people would walk by.  And I noticed a trend.  If any Hispanic looking people came by, I could feel my whole body tense up.  I was expecting assault.  I was expecting it because I had experienced it earlier on in my life.  Part of it was that I had been assaulted by more than one Hispanic man and my mind, just like every other human mind, categorized the assault as a matter of race.  I was also assaulted by multiple white men.  But my mind did not categorize those assaults according to race.  Why? Because I myself am white.

    When an Asian would walk by, I would feel a desire to go connect to them, but a fear to be rejected.  The stereotypes I heard about Asian culture growing up were of intelligence, honor, depth, great craft and of keeping to their own culture.  Having no negative association with “Asian”, their ‘otherness’ was exotic and it resonated with me deeply.  Long story short, I had all kinds of other reactions to different races as well.  Science has proved that we all do.  The question is, whether we can admit it to ourselves.

    Those of us who identify ourselves as Anti Racists also need to become aware of the racism within us.  We need to face it directly so that we can corrode the separation between us as people.  We need to see that this collective problem is within us all.  It is in you if you lock the car door when a black man walks by you on the street.  It is in you if you feel totally surprised when a Hispanic man turns out to be rich.  It is in you if you are afraid that the Middle Eastern taxi driver you just got into the car with might be a terrorist.  It is in you if the only thing you can think of when you think of taxi driver is a Middle Eastern man.  It is in you if you assume a white woman has lived a pampered and sheltered life.  Any ethnic stereotype is the seed of racism, most especially negative ones, because any ethnic stereotype can and often does lead to prejudice, antagonism, discrimination and the belief that your own ethnic group is superior.  And the reality is, whether we like it or not and whether we express it or not, we can all feel it in each other.  It is like the elephant in the room.         

    The problem with our attachment to morality and with that, political correctness, is it puts the ego in the position to sweep things we might judge as ‘not ok’ within us, under the rug of our own awareness.  We might be the person who locks the car door when a black man walks by and the next day, attend a black lives matter rally.  This is a split within our psyche.  A split that we can never remedy and an ethnic stereotype we can never remedy because we can never admit to it within ourselves. 

    kkktoddrobertsonphoto.jpgThe majority of the racism we experience is the result of pain we have experienced or pain we anticipate experiencing.  For example, if a child is raised in a house where their parents are constantly saying things about blacks like, “They are like animals.”  “They will replace us”.  “They are dangerous”. “They are dirty”.  And blaming them for everything that is going wrong in their family’s lives, a child is going to grow up anticipating that blacks = pain and even annihilation.  Instead of addressing this vulnerability of pain and fear directly and allowing themselves to have a different experience of blacks, they will unconsciously respond to blacks with attack and defense (prejudice) as if they are a threat. They may grow up to attend a rally like we saw in Charlottesville. 

    We need not shame ourselves for the racism within us.  Instead we need to find and care-take the vulnerability, fear and expectation of pain inherent within our racism so that we can help ourselves as well as each-other to allow for a different experience relative to whatever we fear.  By doing so, we can come closer together.  We can take each other out of the category of “other”.                 

    In the name of genuinely ending racism, I ask you to become conscious of the racism within you today.  Write a list of ethnic groups (including your own) and next to each one, write a list of all the ethnic judgments and stereotypes you hold towards that group.  Allow yourself to do this without thinking about it, as if you are allowing your subconscious to run away with you without any brakes.  When you look at these lists, can you see how the negative racial judgments have already or could lead to prejudice, antagonism, discrimination or the belief that your own ethnic group is superior?  Do not shame yourself for this.  It doesn’t mean there is anything bad or wrong about you.  It means you are becoming conscious of the hidden and suppressed vulnerability within you.  Underneath every one of those judgments is vulnerability.  What is the origin of your racial judgments?  Look underneath every one of them to see if you had any painful experiences that led to them.  Look under every one of them to see if they originated from something you might have been told once.  The vulnerabilities underneath these judgments are real, even if the judgments themselves are not a reflection of what is objectively real.  From there, you can question our own judgments and even challenge them.   

    When we separate out the vulnerability that is causing us to form these racial judgments from the validity of the judgments themselves, we can change them without invalidating and suppressing the pain or fear we feel.  There is an opening within our being to have a different and positive experience with people of the specific race that we judged; one that opens us to other people, instead of closes us to them.  If we were willing to hear, see, feel, understand and hold the vulnerability behind these racial judgments for each other, we could heal each other.  We could integrate instead of uphold the segregation we still experience in the world, and bigotry of any kind would eventually end.  But we have to be brave enough to do this…  You have to be brave enough to do this.

    “Blood and Soil” we should cry.  Not in support of the superiority of a specific race or even of a specific species.  But in support of every sentient being and the land that gives us all life.    

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    Thank you, Teal, for sharing this. As a black woman I have always been aware of the racism and have experienced it myself so I was not surprised at the event but, hope people could finally wake up and see what has always been happening in this country.  When you said, "African Americans always saw it," it brought me to tears. Finally, someone could see the pain and didn't deny it or want to. I can recognize my prejudice against white people, Mexicans, and even blacks because of my experiences but, I am willing to change because I truly want to live in a world where we can celebrate each other's difference and love each other.  Thank you, again.

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    should I give the politically correct answer? never! I actually think in certain places seeing other races is normal, whether people like them or not doesn't matter, We subconsciously pick sides and attach meaning to fucking everything subconsciously from movies, and people and parents just passing on their shitty beliefs. I'm sure there is shadow in every race, and for 500 years Europeans or white people dominated western society, id appreciate it if we could live off the land but colonization happens, and rewriting history happens, and now I'm born into this bullshit. This has nothing to do with race, I just hate this system, I don't know what a evolved version of a already flawed system looks like, Programming left and right and peoples shadows are coming up, it's like oh boy, this is going to get ugly for the unconscious people. I never thought of my race as superior by the way, it actually feels inferior, its not true, but who put that in me?

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    Beautiful, Teal!

    As a side note - although he is very raw, I really like what Cult of Dusty on Youtube has to say about race relations. I haven't seen all of his videos, but what I have seen I like. I think he's fair; as a Black person myself, he has helped me swallow some bitter pills about the Black community and how they shoulder some of the blame. Yes, it's true, we all need to look deep within ourselves and face the truth of what is there.

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    Yesterday the Goddess said to me: 'You're not responsible for the world anymore, Jimmy. You've done everything you could do to show them the Way. You've gone above and beyond the call of duty. I want you to have fun and enjoy yourself and do the things that give you pleasure and happiness from now on. Let the world suffer the consequences of its own ignorant choices. I love you because you've done everything I've ever asked of you and more. You've given so abundantly to the world from your Heart of Pure Goodness that the Angels weep when they contemplate your Kindness. Have no further care for what the suicidal world does to itself. They'll answer for it themselves.  I have chosen you from out of the entire world to be my Beloved.  You're the Prince of My  Creation.' 

    Edited by James Mullaney

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    Dear Teal, 

    I just love your depth of insight ❤️! Thank you so much for that. 

    Also I think you help us all tremendously to come to grips with what has happened and is happening. 

    I have attended "anti rassism" training years ago and you are so right, we need to be aware, where we are biased within and not be ashamed to admit it to ourselves. 

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    Wow, Teal, I did the exercise that you wrote in your blog, and I felt a change by the end of it. While I was writing, I was so filled with hatred--but most of all, for my own race. I and my family have been caused so much pain by our relatives and old "friends" of the same race (and I have also experienced a lot of pain from my own immediate family) that I realized I felt the most hateful and developed the most and most derogatory stereotypes and judgements against my own race. It was pretty crazy. I still have to write about what my vulnerabilities and pains are in regards to my judgements of each race, but while writing, it was pretty liberating to feel all of the pent up emotions "spewing" out. Thank you again Teal, for another enlightening experience. Will finish the exercise, hopefully later in the day, once I muster up more courage.

    Much love,

    Angelica

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    On 17/08/2017 at 8:50 PM, deniz said:

    Ok fasten your seatbelts here I go...:

    YES

    Every person I see on the street I judge..

    ."authentic - not authentic"

    "scared and following others - confident and idepended"

    "smart - dump"

    "fat  - thin"

    "unconscious - conscious"

    I look at how people are dressed and draw conclusions about their amount of self-love and self-care. I judge people who don't  care of their appearance and think they make themselves small and meaningless...

    YES....every not-western man I distrust when it comes to man-woman relationships.... I expect them to be sexist, looking down at women..

    And I judge western man as well.... "no passion", "not masculine"...

    I judge women because of their behavior avoiding conflict..... changing their voice depending on who they talk to.. .alert all the time regarding "what is my social status"....

    And so on..

    I have an "ideal" picture of how the perfect human being should be.... : in fact not-human.

    And at the same time.... I watch myself doing this judging thing and I realize how much work I have to do. I is clear I am  judging myself. There still is so much self-hate in me..not accepting all those parts of me I see I see mirrored in others.  I also act, I also am scared and alert, I care too much about my appearance...I have high goals regarding spiritual development....I am not disciplined..not conscious  a lot of time...very materialistic...very controlling...very not-zen

    But I do feel grateful I found shadow work. I am facing all those monsters in me.. and slowly..very slowly something is changing.. I sometimes suddenly realize I feel compassion and love for somebody I would normally judge... I suddenly notice stregth in somebody I always thought was weak... And I see how my confidence is not confidence at all... It is just an avatar personality of mine who knows how to scare the shit of other people by acting confident.. just like my dog who starts barking at other dogs with no reason but to look scary because actually she is the one who is scared..

    Very slowly things change...

    I feel grateful I have a wonderful partner and together we can have a good laugh at our poor selves.

    I feel grateful I found Teal...

    Time to get premium membership now!!

     

     

     

    WOW Denize, just wanted to say thank you so much for sharing this. I really felt how authentic raw and open you were! I really resonated with a lot of your "negative stereotypes and judgements" .... so it really made  look at myself. Thank you!! ❤️

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    Thank God for Teal.Over the past few years I've started to feel like I'm surrounded by thought police.

    Everyone is always talking about who is racist and who isn't racist and they are so split but they totally freak out if you have a different perspective on racism, so I never even talk about the fact that we ALL need to acknowledge our racism because I'm like, I don't have the energy to be attacked for thinking differently, when I already have all my own stuff to deal with. 

    It's super frustrating. Hiding and watching everybody fight. In fact, it has gotten to the point where I hide so much that I actually wasn't aware of of this protest or what was happening in my country until I read this blog post just now. Wow! I'm going to go back and watch the video on racism and do that exercise tomorrow, Thank you Teal for keeping us all awake!!
    Love, Z
     

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    Another beautifully written blog. I cannot imagine why Facebook did not allow this. You are a surf rider of words and wind talker of prophesy and a disciplined artist of grounded truth.  

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    On 17 August 2017 at 3:13 PM, Jasonb40123 said:

    I would like to ask an opinion. One of my best friends is a cop and he is one of the nicest people you will ever meet. Now my question is what is the difference between the riots where innocent people were getting hurt and property destroyed but no one was really held responsible. Where is looking at the whole picture where there is a bigger issue in creating energy by saying well blm can do what ever it wants and they are excused. But another group that was violent needs to be persecuted and destroyed. Without looking at the whole picture you create diversity and conflict. Which can stem to prejudice. It should be held in the same regard. The same standard. No ones life is worth any more than another.there is no balance between race or sex and no one seems to want to listen to understand the other

    So @Jasonb40123, what was your question?
    It seemed to get lost amongst the words. Your friend the cop has made a stand about what he believes in and what he can do to control what is happening. At least that's what I hope he's done.

    Teal said make sure you are on the side you choose for the right reason.
    And as far as I am aware, being a cop can either be a job or a Belief - until the people in command tell you to do something against your own moral code; then you either choose to carry out the command or stop and get another job. And as far as I am aware, we all have free will.

    Unfortunately, whatever is happening there in america has its own momentum now. Go read Teal's 'Train' blog... and please, be ready.

    Being a cop or being white, Trump's hispanic tirades and people's prejudice to being an ethnic race, means you can still get shot down in the street just by looking a certain way by someone who doesn't like the way you look.
    You live in america I presume Jason B? (not looking at your profile first), so I can feel for everything that america is going through and I never, ever want to visit that place that used to be called the 'Land of the Free' because it ain't. You need to change your National Anthem to 'The Land of The Lost and The Damned". 

    Teal is correct, France should send a big boat over and take the statue of Liberty back and leave a new monument there in its place. A big bloodied Exclamation Mark that says "Here once was a Promise."
    Oh, and yes, correct, France is no better - they helped create the borders of new middle eastern countries after WWII that only stopped traditional freedom of migrating tribes and condemned them to a prison bounded by map lines rather than seasonal migratory routes. Still, sounds similar to the American West land grab, eh!

    America is not alone - Teal's point. But as an object lesson in how to take a country from a beautiful Promise to a country of blind power, America has changed itself to a country with a whole lot of Woe. Time to leave but - you can't go anywhere. America may become a country of military states as a continent full of displaced people (like Middle East moving into Europe. The world is an ugly place and yet Teal still cries out for us all to right our own wrongs - which is all we can really do.

    The only place we can truly make change is in our own hearts. 

    So, how many out there went and did Teal's list...?

    On 19 August 2017 at 6:07 AM, Angeilca Minguez said:

    Wow, Teal, I did the exercise that you wrote in your blog, and I felt a change by the end of it. While I was writing, I was so filled with hatred--but most of all, for my own race. I and my family have been caused so much pain by our relatives and old "friends" of the same race (and I have also experienced a lot of pain from my own immediate family) that I realized I felt the most hateful and developed the most and most derogatory stereotypes and judgements against my own race. It was pretty crazy. I still have to write about what my vulnerabilities and pains are in regards to my judgements of each race, but while writing, it was pretty liberating to feel all of the pent up emotions "spewing" out. Thank you again Teal, for another enlightening experience. Will finish the exercise, hopefully later in the day, once I muster up more courage.

    Much love,

    Angelica

    Good one @Angeilca Minguez, worthwhile comment! 

    Edited by Crystal Rob
    too strong on Jason B's so softened

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    On 17 August 2017 at 8:03 PM, Arne said:

    The hairdresser Tearesa Trywig noticed that the captain had finished reading the book How to copy Harry's Hole-in-one , so she informed him that his pet sea-chimpanzee named Irish Coffee had just 3% genome difference compared to an average 1st class passenger, then recommending a shortcut wig from the french Toulouse producer What2lose ...  

    OK, @Arne, you hooked me - reel me in.... explain!

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    On 8/17/2017 at 1:06 PM, Majin_Bahamut said:

     Teal I have followed you for many years but I feel this time you drop the ball on this one. If you are going to talk about politics and social issues, please do your research before blogging about it.  I have a few issues that I will write about in response with links to sources so that you can have a better-rounded perspective on the situation. Just because you are a spiritual teacher, I do not think makes you immune to propaganda.  “We have watched our own president come out publicly to condemn the counter-protesters and be thanked publicly by the white nationalist leader David Duke.   The shock in this country is palpable and so is the conflict.” As much as people dislike Donald Trump, it is not good to mischaracterize him. What happened is that he decried the violence on both sides. In addition, the so-called counter protesters were not simply peaceful protesters they were organized and are part of a violent communist group known as ANTIFA. Further proof of ANTIFA violence. You have been speaking about a brush fire engulfing the country and possibly the world more or less. I doubt and I hope that the brush fire that you have been talking about is not a communist revolution. I doubt I need to link here how much blood has been spilled in communist/socialist revolutions and anyone that supports those ideologies or believes they are better than the Nazis are either stupid or willfully blind. About the statues, yeah that can be up for debate but I do not believe that you racing history is the right way to go. Robert E Lee was originally a northern general. The Civil War was as most wars a multifaceted (banker funded) war and slavery was just a good issue to make sure Americans could willfully murder one another.  It was the white Christian nations that were the first to abolish slavery. In addition, the Middle Eastern countries are and were the last to abolish slavery. “We might be the person who locks the car door when a black man walks by and the next day, attend a black lives matter rally.Black lives matter is just as much a threat freedom and loving one another as white supremacist groups it is simply the other way around and does not make it any less racist. Black supremacy and white supremacy are the same.  This is getting long so in closing if you are going to call out one side and hold one side of an issue to a standard, you must also hold the other side to the same exact standard. In my opinion Charlottesville was a false flag in order to cause further division in chaos in the country; we do not have to play their game we can choose peace instead.

    I am open to dialoguing with anyone that is in opposition or support of what I have presented. I do think that Teal does have a decent idea about people recognizing natural predispositions about people of different race. I personally think a better solution is for people to speak to the people from all perspectives, race, nationality, political ideology, spirituality etc. Humans can either fight or dialogue those are the only two options. Much love have a great week.

    You are very correct in your post. However, if you follow Teal closely and read between the lines, she is not a liberal Democrat. She calls all of the left's PC Bullshit out just as she did in her epic YouTube video about political correctness.

    In this particular blog, she had to be very careful about the words she chooses because most of her followers belong to the alt-left and sympathize with Antifa. They are actually unconscious, as are the people who down voted your comment.

    Teal is not a stupid woman. However, she needs to watch her words very carefully before the liberal media turns against her and makes her the next meme.

    Disclaimer - I subscribe to NO political party. I am neither Republican nor Democrat... just someone who is awake and sees past the left vs right farce perpetuated by the new world order (Soros and his lackeys in a bid for power.)

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    Hi ,

    I really enjoyed the blog or maybe "enjoyed " is not the right  word considering the themes of it's content and the incidents that have sparked it! My thoughts (won´t ask a penny for them.) Welcome aboard the runaway freight train of change ...  destination raised consciousness, oneness and unconditional love ... but first making stops at economic, social and political  upheaval followed by a refuelling lay over at stations anger, bitterness, resentment, jealousy, greed, separateness and finally ( saving the best until last)  finger pointing. You get the picture, despite the trite analogy (yes influenced by Teal's Train blog.) We are experiencing extremely intense times. Teetering on the brink of changes which look to be triggered into motion in the scariest possible scenarios . What can or should we do? (for those of us that feel concerned or indeed  powerless ) ... do your own work , look within, see your shadow .... acknowledge it and move to a place of love with your thoughts, words and acts. It is  plain to see what  "an eye for an eye" mentality is edging us towards and it`s not a pretty picture. Feeling grounded ,centred and walking in your light has never been as important as it is right now.

    I thank Teal for her authenticity and for speaking up in a heart felt and eloquent way. I admire her courage to put herself in the line of fire for expressing her opinion, because after all,  that is all it is ! Whatever  happened to the "land of the free" . Oh I forgot , that is just for some people, which of course is kind of how this whole topic of discussion began.

    Keep the vibration high peeps and keep keeping  it real Teal.

    "Only Love is real , Only Love is real,  I crush everything else based on ignorance and fear "( MC Yogi words from his song you guessed it  Only love Is Real)

    Love to all 

    Edited by Sound Warrior

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