There is so much going on in the world today and I am in a position to create content, share my views with those who seek my services and the products and services of those that I am affiliated with. The internet right now is so polarized with public opinion that this part is a little scary for me. I have always fought for the under dog and it seems like no matter which "side" you’re on, you are fighting for the under dog. There’s been an extremity of divisiveness that has been normalized in the media. All states of division come from the energy of a "forced ideal". A Forced Ideal happens when people are debating over a controversial topic and rather than, diving deep in to the story of someone elses perspective, we get mulled over by the past and all of the hurts and to no ones awareness, the way our past has manifested into itself is now sitting right before us, in the face of a stranger, causing division with a forced ideal, leaving no room for connection and compromise. Watch any news channel and you will know what I am talking about.
You can only reject or deny yourself in another person. If someone triggers you, it is likely because you don’t want to be near what you see in them that is triggering. The issue here only lies in the fact that people have learned, and have entirely identified themselves with specific behaviors. These behaviors were either "wrong" or "acceptable" during the stages of life that require socializiation and rarely were people taught how to compromise and connect. So, I personally try to not get ignited by behaviors that threaten my self identity.
The concept of "self" is actually kind of hilarious to soul readers like me, because if we were truly autonomous from each "other", then why do I see so much in to someone? More than they may want to share? Perhaps we were designed by God or what ever you believe in, to mirror each other.
From what I have gathered, our societal structures have been built around tyranny in most cases. So, of course in 2017 we still reject each other, we conquer and divide each other. But will the general consensus ever be that we WANT unity and integration? As a world race of humans? Would it benefit us to get to know the "upper dog"? Just believe me when I say, we have more to offer each other than rejection and forced ideals. The energies that bind us all as one race, has not of late been a wall against terror, but it is the force that can break down walls. Go out and find similarities that you have with people and not just the people who make you smile either, the people who make you want to absolutely rip your hair out. Most of us would not seek to understand the dark aspects of someone especially if it is unrecognizable in ourselves. But let me ask, is it really unrecognizable?