Here’s what I noticed on Facebook. I’ll post something, for example about the massive solar flares hitting the Earth, and get maybe 10 likes and 2-3 comments. Someone else will post the exact same thing and get 100 likes and 30 comments. The most viral videos on YouTube are generally the ones doing stupid stuff as it relates with the consciousness of the masses. What is the difference?

After thinking about it, the vibrational gap between paradigms is greater than the vibrational gap between languages. Even if I say the same words as someone else, mine energetically come from a different paradigm, and that’s where the difference lies. Depending on the community I’m relating with, there’s the gap between passive and active spirituality, the gap between rational and energetic growth and the gap between personal growth and impersonal inter-connected growth.

However, I think the greatest paradigm gap is this: victimhood. There are tons of videos about the Cabal, and all the obstacles we face as a society as we try to move forward. Almost all of them come from a victim paradigm, and that’s what people want to consume: information that reinforces their victimhood. For example, someone produced a video explaining how Hurricane Irma is due to geo-engineering by the Cabal, and it got nearly 40000 views. I write an article explaining why it’s happening from a creator (non-victim)’s perspective and it goes almost totally silent.

With Hurricane Irma approaching, which is still only a warning before the “real events” begin, it’s fascinating to witness how people are addicted to their victimhood.

I don’t need to change that, it’s just an interesting dynamic to observe.

What do you think it would take for the majority to start looking for content and wisdom that’s not coming from a victim lifestyle?


Etienne Charland, Soul Foundation Architect
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