Counter Thoughts and the Formula of Compassion

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PostFri Oct 12, 2012 9:23 pm » by Seriouscitizen


Conflict isn't unusual. I really liked sentientseed his or hers reply to the Unanswerable Questions Thread:

I would imagine most would agree that there is a variety of definitions for the term love and that at any given point we may invoke the term to encompass varying degrees and ideas of how we feel toward something. Being explicit in relaying these thoughts and the degree of such seem best when we present it to others. If one is lost in uncertainty or their own ambiguity...at least relaying that seems better than leaving things open to complete interpretation.

Being uncertain but having the desire to be certain seems the norm. Most any interpretation could be perceived as plausible. Losing out on one instance may make it difficult to make a definitive choice. But at some point, that choice will be made even if we choose not to make a choice.

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Being explicit in relaying these thoughts and the degree of such seem best when we present it to others.
I don't know if any of you notice aswell but there are major energy shifts/fluctuations during the last few months. These are either triggered by events or events are triggered by the energy. I think it is the energy triggering the events that causes time to 'speed up' and the veil to lift. Timewaves converging.

I know i can only truly know how another person thinks or feels if i ask him or her. And even that will be limited by my own experiences and imagination. I discovered there should be a balance between the assumptions i have based on my own feelings wich i can use to further investigate/ask and confirm with the people i communicate with; and the 'intuition' i have based on just a hunch. Wich kind of leaves me in Limbo and often haves me just sitting on the fence. And I say this to explain how the SeriousCitizen you perceive on DTV is very much filterd because a large part of me is still sitting on the fence.

I am a very confident person. Always have been. And my strangeness is kind of a conditioning i've been trough because i know my confidence can make people uncomfortable. I have a childish energy very hard to wear out. Even among 'awake and aware' people it is hard to be totally comfortable in being yourself. This because of the counters/the distrust that seems the be the status quo. Almost everywhere.
The conditioning is telling me: well why bother explaining yourself, 'they' should be the adults and ask for your motives/intentions without assuming that you are malicious, based on a little internet scribbeling. But my knowledge, my experiences have made me aware that this just evokes the possibily for imagitive counters based on other peoples experiences. And the truth is. These nasty 'demonic' systems we are born in havent conditioned us much to be comfortable without having our OWN answers and the patience to trust other people. So it was to be expected my behaviour could be a trigger to a 'fear response'. And I am aware even those words might trigger some people to feel personally attacked. But it is my truth.

I treat people how i want to be treated myself. That is the only certainty i have if want to make conscious choices to do my best when i act in a way that might effect another person;good or bad.

But what I can put up with can be totally different than what another person can
. So conflicts are inevitable. As long as we can see the bigger picture and all the actions/thoughts/feelings that led up to this and all the Counters that it evokes, we can learn from it and consciously tear down the wall. Brick by Brick because experience lighten up our dark sides, wich are unexplored corners of our consciousness. It can bring people back together. It is my truth to know that is was the 'illuminatis' purpose to divide people so they wouldnt be able to use the power of their collective consciousness. Divide and conquer.

I just came across this formula. And i like it very much. For those who like it read it and try if it can help to contribute to your growth. :D Thank you for reading my full post. And I don't have any grudges towards anyone who, in my opinion, have misinterpreted/misjudged me. And please continue to stay honest. Secrecy leads to conspiracy.

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Tips to remember when using the Formula of Compassion:

1. Begin using the Formula only after you have expressed the anger or other negative feelings you have. It will not work if you miss these steps.

2. Feel the feelings of your situation, express them verbally and physically first, then begin the Formula on the issue. Feeling them and physically expressing them brings the emotions up through the Heart Chakra and into the High Heart Chakra where they will be transmuted and released. These dense, lower frequency emotions are the fuel that once transmuted into the higher frequency of compassion through the High Heart (acts like an incinerator), floods through your body like an orgasmic release and changes your DNA at the same time.

You will continue this cycle of bringing up old issues as well as dealing with new lessons using the Keys of Compassion until you have cleared enough to complete the rewiring of your 12 DNA strands. Afterwards, you will continue to clear emotionally in order to complete ascension, but now you will have the support of new neural pathways and their associated healthy behavior patterns.
The Nine Steps of the Formula are as follows:
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Step One: Lesson
What is the lesson I wanted to learn regarding this person and the conflict we are experiencing?


Ask your Higher Self/Soul, angels or spirit guides to help you. Whatever works for you. Ask them to show you the lesson you wanted to learn. It will be on your life blueprint. Your life blueprint is your roadmap through your present lifetime. It contains all the lessons, contracts and major events for your present lifetime, along with the people involved.

Step Two: Contract
What is the contract I made with this person?


Ask to be shown the contract(s) you made to learn this lesson. If using the Formula to release one individual, ask for the contract that pertains to you and that person. There are usually many contracts with many people to learn the same lesson. The ratio of contracts to lessons varies depending on how long and how many lifetimes you have been trying to learn that particular lesson. The more lifetimes, the more present lifetime contracts for that lesson.

Remember that no one agrees to make a contract with you unless they too, need to learn the same lesson. In some cases the other person in your contract is there to learn the flip side of the lesson.

Step Three: Role
What is the role this person is playing to act out his/her part of the contract?


Ask to see and understand the role you play and the role the other person is playing in the contract. Ask for assistance in understanding how the roles look as they are being played out. I visualize a stage and myself as a actress and the other person as an actress/actor. It helps me to see the roles more clearly because I am able to view their behavior as a performance.

Step Four: Aspect
What is the aspect of myself this person is reflecting back to me?


Once again ask for assistance in seeing and understanding the aspect of yourself that the other person is reflecting back to you. They are your mirror, reflecting an aspect of yourself through their behavior. I have always found this step to be the hardest to handle. It calls for brutal self-honesty, but it’s well worth the effort.

Sometimes, instead of reflecting an aspect of your behavior, they are reflecting something you judge. An example would be someone who steals from you. You may not be a thief but you may be judging thievery or people who are thieves.

Step Five: Gift
What is the gift this person is giving me by playing their role?


Ask for help so you can see and understand the gift the other person is giving you by playing their role. The value I mentioned earlier is the value of the gift, and the gift is the lesson learned.

Process Check

Once you have completed the first five steps, you should be feeling a surge of compassion and gratitude for the other person involved in the conflict/contract. If not, then go back to the lesson and start over.

Sometimes it takes a few attempts before we finally get to the lesson we are working on. I find I usually know I’ve got it when I feel a warm feeling in my heart. It can be likened to a strong feeling of knowing like an Ah Ha!

The final four steps are used to finish clearing and releasing the emotional negativity/garbage from the physical body, out the high heart chakra.

When I think of the high heart chakra, I envision an invisible cone shaped device imbedded in my auric field. It attaches to my physical body just above my heart and below my collarbone. When I use the Formula it opens so the transmuted energy/compassion can move through it and out.

It is my understanding that the high heart chakra performs the same function as the colon/anus and bladder/urethra in the physical body. Both perform functions of elimination for waste/toxic matter. The only difference is that the physical system eliminates dense physical matter and the high heart chakra eliminates etheric matter.

Step Six: Acceptance
Can I accept the role that this person has played, along with their actions, to help me learn this lesson?

Acceptance is one of the four elements of unconditional love. Acceptance is part of compassion and is unconditional love in action. This also includes acceptance of who the person is, without judgment. I find that when I am having a hard time with this step that I can clear it when I remember they are a soul in a body like me, and we are helping each other with a lesson.

Step Seven: Allowing
Can I allow myself to let go of my anger towards this person who played the role to help me learn the lesson?


Allowing is also one of the four elements of unconditional love. Allowing is part of compassion and is unconditional love in action. This includes allowing the person to be who they are and to follow their chosen path, regardless of how you feel about it.

Usually, by the time I reach this step, I find it very easy to let go of my anger towards the person because I am feeling the gratitude and compassion that comes from seeing the pain they suffered in playing their role for me.

On another note: Allowing is easier to do when we let go of needing to control someone’s behavior or choices for their own good. We tend to control people out of fear that their actions will hurt them/and or us. If we understand that everything has a value, then we can begin to release our need to control because we understand that there will be a value in each and every outcome.

Step Eight: Release
Can I release this person from blame?


This one is easy when you understand that you are not a victim. On the contrary, you are an active participant in a contract and lesson that you helped set up.

Taking responsibility for your part in the contract enables you to release the other person from blame for the role they played to help you learn the lesson you wanted to learn. You understand that just as you are not a victim, nor are they a villain. Devin, my 9D guide, has told me many times that it is much harder to play the role of a villain than it is to play the role of a hero.

Releasing someone from blame is different than forgiving them. Forgiving someone is what we do when we feel they have sinned against us, as in being victimized. Release is the key element in the Formula. The release is created by your compassion for the other person.

Step Nine: Kindness
Now that I have released this person, can I be kind to him/her, and if so, how can I do it and when will I do it?


At this point you should be feeling the intensity of the release through the high heart. I find the degree of the feeling differs according to the emotional intensity of the issue. The more emotionally charged the issue, the more intense the release.

I have found, as have others, this step to be the most emotional step. I am filled with gratitude and compassion when I reach this step and my only thought is how to make amends and thank them.

Now that you are feeling the gratitude and compassion, having released the other person from blame and anger, and realize you can be kind to them now, you are just about finished with the Formula. The final two parts to Step Nine are:

a) How will you show your kindness, and

b) When you will do it?

These last two parts are very important and I encourage you to complete them as quickly as possible since the process will not be complete until you do. A letter or phone call to the person to say thank you for the lesson will do. I find that sharing the lesson I learned from them goes a long way in healing the pain we both felt.

Caution! Don’t take them through the Formula. They won’t understand you and will usually become angry and defensive unless they know the Formula too. Just thank them for helping you become a better person.

Changing the Energy

Once you have completed the Formula, then it is time to do something with the contract. The contract is energy like everything else, so you can change its form into something else, sort of like working with Leggos.

I usually envision the contract dissolving into a thousand pieces of light energy, and then I send that energy to someone who is ill to assist in their healing. On other occasions I deposit it into an energy account I have created to manifest one of my desires like a new house or something. You can also deposit it someone else's account to assist them in manifesting one of their desires.

Anyway, this is where I can have a little fun with the contract and be creative. A positive ending to a painful lesson, don’t you think?

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PostFri Oct 12, 2012 9:34 pm » by Kaarmaa


If you need all this to learn how to feel compassion then your a very poor person.
If I see suffering or pain, my compassion just pops up instantly. No contract needed.

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PostFri Oct 12, 2012 9:45 pm » by Seriouscitizen


Kaarmaa wrote:If you need all this to learn how to feel compassion then your a very poor person.
If I see suffering or pain, my compassion just pops up instantly. No contract needed.


You are right Karmaa. Have you read the entire thread? This isn't about how to feel compassion for those who are suffering. This is for YOURself to transmute triggered anger and fear for other people due to conflict. I think we can agree we all have experienced at least anger or any other 'negative feeling' once in our lifetime. And if not. that makes you a very poorly experienced person too in a way. There is much to learn from ALL of our feelings :)

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PostFri Oct 12, 2012 10:20 pm » by Poooooot


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PostFri Oct 12, 2012 10:23 pm » by Poooooot


Kaarmaa wrote:If you need all this to learn how to feel compassion then your a very poor person.

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Matthew 7
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PostFri Oct 12, 2012 10:34 pm » by Seriouscitizen


Poooooot wrote:
Kaarmaa wrote:If you need all this to learn how to feel compassion then your a very poor person.

:clapper:


Seriouscitizen wrote:
Kaarmaa wrote:If you need all this to learn how to feel compassion then your a very poor person.
If I see suffering or pain, my compassion just pops up instantly. No contract needed.


You are right Karmaa. Have you read the entire thread? This isn't about how to feel compassion for those who are suffering. This is for YOURself to transmute triggered anger and fear for other people due to conflict. I think we can agree we all have experienced at least anger or any other 'negative feeling' once in our lifetime. And if not. that makes you a very poorly experienced person too in a way. There is much to learn from ALL of our feelings :)


pooooot :bang; :bang; you are being counterproductive. Why is that Pooooot?

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PostFri Oct 12, 2012 10:46 pm » by Kaarmaa


Seriouscitizen wrote:
Kaarmaa wrote:If you need all this to learn how to feel compassion then your a very poor person.
If I see suffering or pain, my compassion just pops up instantly. No contract needed.


This isn't about how to feel compassion for those who are suffering.


I'm sorry, I guess i'm not smart enough to understand your philosophy. My lack of education obliges me to lean on sources like, for example, wikipedia :
Compassion is the virtue of empathy for the suffering of others.

he etymology of "compassion" is Latin, meaning "co-suffering." More virtuous than simple empathy, compassion commonly gives rise to an active desire to alleviate another's suffering


My bad :hiho:

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PostFri Oct 12, 2012 10:59 pm » by Seriouscitizen


Kaarmaa wrote:
Seriouscitizen wrote:
Kaarmaa wrote:If you need all this to learn how to feel compassion then your a very poor person.
If I see suffering or pain, my compassion just pops up instantly. No contract needed.


This isn't about how to feel compassion for those who are suffering.


I'm sorry, I guess i'm not smart enough to understand your philosophy. My lack of education obliges me to lean on sources like, for example, wikipedia :
Compassion is the virtue of empathy for the suffering of others.

he etymology of "compassion" is Latin, meaning "co-suffering." More virtuous than simple empathy, compassion commonly gives rise to an active desire to alleviate another's suffering


My bad :hiho:


In a way there is many different kinds of suffering. I guess it is HOW we use our compassion to counter destruction into growth. And in this thread particularry how to change anger into compassion. The way i see it not only the one the anger is directed too suffers, but also the agressor, because the agressor is unaware of the connection he or she has towards everyone around him. Karma. And how it ripples...

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PostFri Oct 12, 2012 11:05 pm » by 99socks


Seriouscitizen wrote:
In a way there is many different kinds of suffering. I guess it is HOW we use our compassion to counter destruction into growth. And in this thread particularry how to change anger into compassion. The way i see it not only the one the anger is directed too suffers, but also the agressor, because the agressor is unaware of the connection he or she has towards everyone around him. Karma. And how it ripples...




That ain't karma. That's called psychopathy and the subsequent lack of self-awareness.
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PostFri Oct 12, 2012 11:12 pm » by Seriouscitizen


99socks wrote:
Seriouscitizen wrote:
In a way there is many different kinds of suffering. I guess it is HOW we use our compassion to counter destruction into growth. And in this thread particularry how to change anger into compassion. The way i see it not only the one the anger is directed too suffers, but also the agressor, because the agressor is unaware of the connection he or she has towards everyone around him. Karma. And how it ripples...




That ain't karma. That's called psychopathy and the subsequent lack of self-awareness.


It isnt Karma it triggers karma. I see it like this: When you keep falling into patterns in wich you play the role of either one extreme victim or the other extreme agressor. You will inevitabily atract and repell the events needed to come back to balance in wich you fully learn from the experience and become 'happy'.


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