294. I Want Change and I Want it Now

Impatience is what we experience when we have only regarded what ‘We Want to get’ in our usual ‘quantum time’ that we’ve become so used to in our world where money-magic wand can make all miracles happen at the flick of our wrist, and that’s a rather individualistic perspective considering the amount of time we’ve spent openly and carelessly abusing ourselves/each other nature, animals for the sake of building our drive-thru lifestyle that we’re all living in at the moment.

 

One thing we have realized within walking our individual process is that it takes definitive continued action to stand within the decision to change, if we don’t live it, it’s useless – and the reason why it is a physical process is because we require to literally change the habits, the patterns, the ways of living that we have creating hence the impatience to change comes from the same patterns we’ve adopted wherein money has imprinted this ‘surreal reality’ upon physical reality. Have a look at how we are so used to go and buy a certain product in the shop without Any awareness of the amount of time, labor, processes, transportation, distribution that such product went through, which implies that we’ve become used to quantum consumption being absolutely separated from the product in itself which is in essence a piece of the Earth that contains multiple processes in order to become our ‘one item’ that we simply pay for at the counter. 

 

Hence, to undo this massive quantum-leap that has lead to massive destruction and abuse, we have to realize that it will be a very slow process, and that patience is what we require to live as ourselves along with a diligent decision to live such change within ourselves. How? Beginning with stopping desiring change in an immediate manner and ‘making peace’ with the fact that: this is and will be a very slow process. Therefore, it is to also realize that change at ‘quantum speed’ is then only a mind-driven process where there’s no consideration for all these afore mentioned physical processes that we’ve ignored when consuming something, we simply take it, use it, dispose it – therefore, walking the reversed engineering of this massive fast-food lifestyle we’ve embodied with McDonald’s solutions, we will require to go one by one becoming aware of the problem and as such establishing the necessary solutions.

 

Now, the point here is not advocating for us to suffer for a prolonged amount of time, but it is just to realize that we have to ensure that we do things properly this time and that we cannot afford to rush change without understanding how we’ve created our consequence based on having neglected our sustain-ability and conviviality with all other life forms in this biosphere, I mean,  what would be the point of placing and implementing an equality system overnight if we haven’t yet realized our own responsibility and understood our individual participation within it? We would end up being less likely to realize where we fucked up in the first place, which is our ‘lesson to be learned,’ not to remain as culprits but to stand as self responsible within it.

 

Another perspective of how we’ve lived impatience is looking at how this fast-lane experience may drive a person to hire 100 employees paying them cents of dollar an hour in third world countries to sew the most clothes in the fastest manner, getting the most profit out of it and rejoicing in the ‘effectiveness’ of the business, where all that matters are numbers, profit, money, power caused by greed, a few people’s well being – and in this, the lives of such women and men –sometimes even children- what they are able to actually afford with such money, their physical conditions, their health, their mind experience while doing such mechanical enslaving jobs is absolutely Not taken into consideration: all that matters is build, build, build, produce, produce, produce, hurry, hurry, hurry,  sell, sell, profit, profit, profit – repeat. This is just an example to see where we stand within this chain-of-consumption wherein we are the only species that have broken the natural cycles of  consumption and regeneration that the ecosystems have, and all because we could not wait that much to get the next set of fish to sell. Our impatience has lead to continue scavenging without a thought other than satisfying our acquired needs in the fastest possible way.

 

The current problem we’re facing has been developed throughout time without any inkling of consideration or awareness to realize what is it that we were turning into a good, a service, a commodity = it was life all the way and now we want ‘change’ and we want it now – it is certainly not possible, nor would it be beneficial for humanity either because even when facing the current consequences, there’s a vast majority that simply do not care at all to think for a moment about their lives and what they are actually living off and for, and that’s quite a mind-crisis that is existing as the massive forces that are making this entire machinery just continue self-indulging wherein, maybe, they are also aware that things are not precisely working for everyone, but no one is taking the initiative to do something about it, and that’s the problem, because we then rode in complacency to get ourselves to this current problem we’re in, only hoping and believing that the aftermath would not affect us in our lifetime, but that is rather inevitable at this stage, since we have postponed our Time to Change for so long. And of course we ‘re all included on that same boat.

 

We have often said: we don’t require to get to the bottom of the pit and seeing everything lost to stand up and realize that we all have to collectively support this change, however only a few are listening and that’s the main reason why this process is quite slow yet with a certain outcome.

At a personal level, I am not doing this because I am expecting to be readily benefited by establishing a new system, If I do, then that would be a ‘gift,’ but it’s not my aim or goal, it is instead an understanding of the responsibility we hold toward one another and this world-system as our creation, nothing more and nothing less. This is thus a process we decide to walk as a matter of principle, because we see it makes sense to establish Equality as the foundation of our way of living and interacting with one another, because we see the potential of world change if we all get to the same agreement. And this is thus at the stage we’re at.

 

Of course, the conditions and situations that may escalate might lead us to prompt solutions, however this is in all cases also something that will have to be known by a majority and a majority that is willing to act through working together, placing aside any personal/selfish interests and consider that our survival depends on the collective effort we join toward the same outcome, which is how it always should have been. 

 

We might see this as a slow process when we’ve spent thousands of years crafting this perfect bubble of enslavement without a care.  So, I suggest to reconsider the approach of wanting to speed up this process and wanting to see the world changed – because mostly these type of express-changes lead to armed revolutions that force change through violent means and instigate further clashing and collapsing of the system through ways that usually generate more harm and abuse on the way.

 

What really matters is us realizing/ understanding Self Responsibility and learn how to stand in agreements to support each other and do what’s best for all as a matter of principle, not so much from the vantage point of wanting to have it done now, but instead realizing that if we had in any way the magic wand to quantum-solve this problem and we would have ‘known better,’ we would not be at this world stage at the moment. Therefore Patience is developed breath by breath, moment by moment with the firm decision of getting this done, no matter how long it takes, being certain about living as the solution, and that’s our individual responsibility.

 

Here some quotes from past writings on Patience:

 

Patience sounds like ‘pace’ – I have defined physical pace as the point of self-direction in every moment that I allow myself to breathe, here, stable, constant and consistently wherein space and time is considered, wherein I am no longer existing as the rush of the mind, trying to perpetuate an idea of having to ‘do everything as fast as possible’ and recharging the self-belief and self-definition of competing against time, against myself, against others within the perception that I must always be on the top of the spear.

Patience is then allowing myself to equalize myself as the physical, as breath wherein I stop any rush of the mind to ‘get things done’ in separation of the moment that I am here, practically and physically doing it, directing myself within it/ as it- instead of projecting/ ejecting myself as a lightning bolt into the future wherein I ‘win’ and I then add it to the self-kept score of lifetime achievements.

 

Hence the process here is to get ourselves back to ourselves to stand one and equal with no dimensional shifts of delusions like ‘having to be there’ and ‘attaining’ something, but walking self-equality and oneness within the ability to stand one and equal as the points that I see are supportive for me to accept and live within the consideration of self-creation in every moment that I live Patience as physically breathing and walking every moment here, remaining within the consideration of space and time reality to live the process of self-correction in every moment as breath, as the physical – instead of projecting it as an idea in my own mind that ‘must be done’ but simply live it.

2012 Sculpting in Time: Patience

 

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I'm a human being that has decided to live by the principle of Life in Equality and place myself as a point of support for everyone that's willing to birth themselves as Life in this world. View all posts by Marlen

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