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negative bias

all that emerges and evolves and develops can be used or viewed in the negative perspective.

everything in technology, medicine, law, science and religion, everything new, better, faster, advanced, etc., can and will be – at least by those who don’t yet, or are incapable of knowing any better – explored to extremes, in fearful aspects, and in the negative ways.

so what? get over it.

paranoia and fear begets only that. check in with the pulse of the collective, and you’ll see that most of us want what’s next, what’s natural, what’s harmonious, what’s beyond the borders of the broken and outdated.

we crave wholesale change, we desire deeper connection, we’re desperate to shed the failings of our elders, yet anxious to embrace timeless and distilled wisdom and to reignite our soul.

but we are scattered, fragmented and lost from generations of violence, imbalance, and ignorance. some would suggest that is by design. perhaps. yet in this reality, diamonds require pressure. thus, the long game favors the awake and the aware.

we are in the position of being able to simply redesign and replace the dysfunctional systems of the past.

our collective consciousness is opening us up to the potentials and ideals of individual empowerment, disclosure, transparency, unlimited information, universal connectivity and more.

when we look at the evolution of the internet, and blockchain, and AI, we get a good glimpse of the world opened up and liberated to reclaim its identity.

yet because of the persistent ugliness, violence, distrust, fear and manipulation of the past and present, we will feel those niggles and anxieties and worries about how it could all go Terminator and HAL 9000 on us.

of course it can. everything is possible.

we dwell in probabilities and potentialities. we dwell in consciousness, heart, emotion, intuition… we dwell in the organic, in love, in vibration.

in every moment, in the now, the needle is in sway between chaos and entropy, or harmony and organization.

so, do you contribute in a positive, or a negative bias?

we’re working on a new arrangement for this wondrous symphony. pay attention. dive in. elevate.

solvitur ambulando

© 2018 Trance Blackman

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