"Our biggest regrets are not our actions, they're our inactions."
"Our biggest regrets are not our actions, they're our inactions."
Okay let's get one thing straight: I come at this topic from somebody who has deep inside knowledge and experience with these people. I have lived with and studied this topic heavily from many different angles for many years. I've put more thought and time into this topic than 99.999% of so-called liberals who care about the LGBT community and who care about diversity and whatever other BS, contradictory, lip-service they pay to a virtue-signaling audience of followers.
We need to get back to basics, which people won't do. Why are we here? Where did we come from? And where are we going? I addressed these questions in my book Rule By Ignorance, because I think they are some of the most foundational and important questions out there. And even though many ask these questions at one time or another in their life, very few get to the bottom of them.
I have paved the groundwork for years on this blog and in my work with the understanding of a spiritual component to life. Many people believe in religions, but they don't take their religions far enough. Rather than see how their religion ties in with another religion, they will instead focus on the differences. As the great Manly P. Hall said:
For lack of interreligious understanding there has been very little religious understanding.
Religions all talk of a spiritual component. When it comes to the core of reality all religions are in agreement with some type of consciousness outside of this physical reality and some type of continuation of consciousness after these bodies we are living in die.
But with the advent of our so-called scientific world view we have shifted away from religion, or more broadly, spirituality. We have allowed for science to throw the baby out with the bath water when it comes to religion.
Look, I'm not a big fan of religion much myself. I can see the obvious contradictions found in texts, the obvious hypocrisy found in adherents and the obvious control and manipulation by the various religious organizations throughout the world. I get it.
But guess what? It's not all 100% bad. That doesn't mean everything about religion is wrong. That doesn't mean you throw the baby out with the bath water, as society continues to do as we march towards our next religion of science.
It's not the purpose of this article to go into the various truths or favorable aspects of religion. The purpose is to point out that not everything in religion is wrong. And the most important part that isn't wrong, in all of my research, is the continuation of our consciousness -- what we colloquially would call an afterlife. And if you want to add to that there is this element of reincarnation -- the concept that we go through many different experiences in many different ways to evolve our consciousness.
And when we approach life from a much broader perspective, as is the case with viewing this as a single life in an array of many life-like experiences, we can more easily see how things fit together. It's like anything else in life. The more information you have of something, and the higher perspective that you take, the more clear your understanding is going to be.
We don't expect somebody to do calculus with a 3rd grade understanding of math, but apparently we love telling people who they are with a 3rd grade understanding of humans.
The physical explanation of transgender people is elementary and damaging to not just society, but to transgender people themselves. I know transgender people. I know what they think. I know the confusion they have. I know the questions they have. And I know the BS answers society gives them that doesn't answer anything and only adds to the confusion.
We don't accidentally or magically end up in the body that we currently have. This life isn't a mistake.
This life was a planned experience that we chose to experience for many different reasons, all unique to each consciousness.
I'm sorry if you don't agree with this, but somebody has to say it because I especially don't agree with the narrow view of some physical accident that explains nothing.
A spirit isn't male or female. A spirit is consciousness. And outside of this physical reality we aren't male or female. We are both. Male and female are physical constructs existing in a dualistic, phsycial world for the sake of unique experiences. And I'm not saying male and female are bad. I'm saying they are both beautiful experiences that we all may choose to go through as we expand our consciousness and experience life in the physical world.
We may choose to live many lives as both male and female. We may experience male energy for a long time to learn the qualities of a male. And then we may experience female energy for a while to learn and experience those qualities. It isn't binary. It isn't one or the other. We choose different realities for different experiences. And of course, there are degrees between all this. And degrees not just between male and female energies but between many other aspects as well. This stuff is layered and it's not so simple and definitive as male or female.
As humans we have a tendency to want to categorize everything into a box. But not everything can always fit into a box. At some point every categorization starts to break down. Not all heterosexual people are the same. Not all homosexual people are the same. And not all transgender people are the same.
People may choose to experience life one way for reasons that only they know -- or at least will come to know as they grow through the experience. It isn't as simple as saying, "Oh, this person is transgender, this means X". It doesn't work that way. Sure there may be patterns, but most people can't even get the pattern right. You can slice life in an infinite number of ways. One person may be transgender to learn one specific lesson while another person may be transgender to learn a totally different lesson.
But now when society comes in and attempts to give transgender people an explanation in the physical context only it is completely damaging. You want to help people by showing them love, not hurt them by restricting them through fear. You want to answer people's questions and help them grow, not create confusion and stunt their growth. The physical explanation of transgender people does not help them. The physical explanation of anybody does not help them, transgender or otherwise. Life is bigger than your tiny little one-life box of physical nothingness.
Unfortunately, transgender people are just the new political cannon fodder to use as a victimized minority to push a political agenda and increase control into the hands of the social engineers. Anybody who has studied history knows this. It's not complicated. But when you lack understanding and somebody tells you your whole life that you're a victim it becomes quite enticing to fall prey. Where have I seen this before?
There is nothing wrong with transgender people. Transgender people aren't confused. You're confused. Go back and read a book. Go back and talk to a Yogi. Go back and read what your religion is really saying, not the surface level, shallow interpretation you learned in Sunday School when you were 5 years old. Perhaps it's time we upgrade our resolution for how we view this topic. Nah, better just let somebody else do the thinking for us!
Transgender people know who they are. They're not stupid. Just because they don't fit into the box that you want them to doesn't make them wrong. Your box is wrong. And perhaps recognizing your box as wrong, overcoming this challenge and growing from it is the point to this whole thing anyway. Nah, couldn't be that.
Life allows for consciousness to experience this reality in any possible way imaginable. If somebody wants to gain experience by placing male energy in a female body then so be it. If somebody wants to go through life in hard mode let them. If somebody wants to do something that will shake their consciousness in a way that 100 straight lives would not do then let them.
Stop trying to explain transgender in a physical context. It doesn't fit and it makes you come across as extremely naive. Your scope is too small for reality to fit within your tiny little box. There is more to life than the thin band most of us choose to accept.Filed under: Spiritual, Transgender, The Missing Link, Cannon Fodder, Bad With Research, 5 Sense Research, Virtue Signal Conclusions, Another Day on Planet Earth