Occupy Wall Street Has Spiritual Meaning

by Houston Vetter - DocResults on November 17,

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Occupy Wall Street, Occupy Wall Street, Occupy Wall Street… That’s pretty much what everyone is talking about so if Occupy Wall Street has spiritual meaning, what is it? Does it have to have a spiritual meaning? Yes it does just as the Tea Party movement has a spiritual meaning behind it as well. Everything is made of spiritual energy and spiritual energy includes rather than excludes.

An author from the Huffington Post had this to say concerning movements like Occupy Wall Street and their spiritual meaning

I’ve always had the sense that the fundamental ailment in our world is not just economic or political, but to do with this underlying feeling of separation.

To read the full article:http://www.huffingtonpost.com/arjuna-ardagh/occupy-movement-and-consciousness_b_1081166.html?ref=fb&src=sp&comm_ref=false#sb=1329222,b=facebook

Yes the feeling of separation has a lot to do with what people see as inadequacies in society. However, deeper than that is the individual’s inability to align with the spiritual aspect of themselves. There is a reason for the feeling of separation. And that reason is how someone feels about themselves. These feelings of low self worth and self esteem are because of the individual’s core beliefs about themselves and others. Which in turn creates the sense of separation and from the position of low self esteem the results are inadequacies toward self, others and society.

Someone else said it was about the physical manifestation of our shift in consciousness. And lest we forget OWS, as well as the Tea Party Movement and every other movement is a physical manifestation of our shift(s) in consciousness. If we focus on what is happening externally we often miss that which is offered internally.

We often (like 99.9% of the time) forget our reality is smoke and mirrors (it is made up by us, our dream) and we think what we call reality is actually what is happening. It sure feels that way when our senses go ahead of our Inner Self (i.e. our Infinite Self). The seemingly external discord is due to mis-alignment on the internal level, not what seems to be out of whack on the physical level. The more one gets aligned internally the more clarity one receives and that clarity is expressed in multiple ways of ‘Caring without caring’.

When one is aligned the seeming disruptions (Tea Party, OWS, war, conflicts, etc) are amusing and not necessary and they are one of multiple ways for change to come about. And all external calls for change or justice are truly internal calls to alignment with who you really are, an Infinite Being pretending to be a Finite Being. It is a call to get experimentally acquainted with your Infinite Self to the same degree you are with your finite self. When that happens everything shifts.

For more training on how to make that connection between you as a physical individual and you the spiritual and to find out the deeper spiritual meaning of Occupy Wall Street contact us here. And improve your self esteem as a side effect.

Were you aware of the spiritual meaning behind political and revolutionary movements? Do you agree or disagree with Occupy Wall Street?

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Loren Schwenk November 18, 2011 at 5:45 pm

Where this comparison breaks down for me is in the intention. OWS do want everything done for them to the ignorance of who they really are or can be. That is, I suspect they lack spiritual knowledge.
The Tea Party on the other hand elected about 70 representatives seemingly dedicated to getting government out of doing things for/to us. Areas of the world with more to total government as in China deliberately prevent spiritual knowledge from their people.
They could not have this discussion about where to focus. Neither can people starving because their government likes war and conflicts. If we do nothing about it, simply internalize our focus and ignore, government will surely expand to where this discussion will be made impossible here also.
Finally, if you can find 12 people who will expend their spiritual energy focusing on exactly how to remedy all this unnessary stuff, I say you could solve all our problems in this world in about a month. And I say you can spend the rest of your life attempting and never get it done.
Never have everything shift to make such movements disappear. The powerful forces behind cannon fodder such as OWS have too much force and our power is never concentrated together to overcome it except in physical participation. That is my POV.
Aloha,
Loren

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Houston Vetter - DocResults November 18, 2011 at 7:15 pm

Loren,

Thanks for your response. A couple of things.

Spiritual knowledge is seldom taught, it bubbles up. Religious knowledge is taught often to keep spiritual knowledge at bay.

Also Spiritual knowledge is different from spiritual experience. Or the way I like to put it now Experience of your Infinite Self to half the degree of your experience of your finite self is all you need to shift your entire world. At present finding 12 people who have that experience might be a stretch and they would not see anything needing remedied or unnecessary. In fact they would see exactly how everything was coming into being and realize all is well and life is designed to be fun.

They wouldn’t be looking at people, places or things as separate from the thoughts, thought forms and morphic fields that created each of them. They would see it all as connected and the meanings they would apply would be different than someone with spiritual knowledge and more finite self experience than Infinite self experience.

To Your Best,
Doc Houston

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Loren Schwenk November 29, 2011 at 5:58 pm

Thank you for the additional POV.
I suspect there may be as many as 24 or more who are as you have described. But they are not paying any attention to us, so we won’t know what they are doing or where.
Aloha,
Loren

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Houston Vetter - DocResults November 29, 2011 at 6:24 pm

Loren,

You may be correct about that.

To Your Best,
Doc Houston

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