how to triumph the pandemic of injustice — great, fantastic
First and foremost, we can neither fight the power nor seek an eye for an eye. Of course, both scenarios lead to more diminishing results. We must avoid anything creating more problems at all costs. Speaking of which, whenever the pros outweigh the cons, we must return to the drawing board. Also, it’s irrational to believe we can solve every inequity and injustice or evangelize everyone to see things as we do — we must cultivate acceptance of otherness, growing in the knowledge that we are power and triumph. Indeed, we are how to triumph the pandemic of injustice.
Of course, the journey to accepting our greatness is the quintessential struggle — we don’t fear failure half as much as we dread the ramifications of success. Everything we do or whatnot is an opportunity to levitate and improve — our inhibitions, hindrances, and strongholds are the manifestation of our essence. Bludgeoning the casket, flailing around in a body bag in the quaint morgue, gasping for air in a pandemic of asphyxiation, we buck wildly to excavate its goldmine of blessed fortune.
Perhaps this is one of the main reasons our self-deprecation skyrockets through the roof: we know we are worth more yet choose to settle for less. Society hijacks our souls and programs it to project more of the same profound sickness into the world. We believe life is a scary, harrowing place, but this is the illusion. The moments of beauty, timeless elegance is more than a pipe dream: it’s the reality we suppress to pass in an auto-pilot society — we hate nothing more than the undying pain.
Transcend the Self-Illusion of Suffering
More likely than not, people don’t want to die when experiencing emotional distress and suicidal ideations, yearning to free themselves from the anchors weighing their mind, body, and soul to the sunken place — we suspend in the womb of interstellar awareness. As passengers, we handicap our sense of control, reminding us that our human condition limits our divinity, explaining why the internal war tugs at our being, eating away our self-esteem. The limited form oppresses our unlimited being. People want to live a life in which they transcend pain. Can’t our painless reality be immortal?
Indeed, we are not a body bag, corpse, or stray piece of clothing. Of course, the appearances we sell don’t buy the invaluable, priceless essence we embody. We are more than the sum of our parts — our attacks and assaults wouldn’t be as moderate or severe if we didn’t have the power to triumph, and we wouldn’t continue to be here if we didn’t have a purpose to sustain and mandate. Matter of factly, our experiences enrich and amplify our being, transcending the illusion of suffering.
Yet, most people look outside of themselves, thinking they must change the laws to heal the wounds of society. Implementing these policies can create a fairer, more equal world. We desire to amend our pasts, chasing justice, freedom, and redemption. Getting these motivations into effect doesn’t need to be a hassle or struggle. Indeed, we must seek change in ourselves and project these revelations and insights into the world we desire.
How to Triumph the Pandemic: Master the Balance of Karmism and Wholeness
Role modeling symbolizes a higher rate of efficacy. In other words, we must show what we know to promote a more abundant systemic rhythm and flow. Tapping into the herd-like mentality is in our best interest, allowing us to compound the effect of self-ownership, accountability, transcendence, and karmic justice. That said, karma doesn’t entail getting back what we’ve done to another person. Karma’s essence is intrinsic and focuses on the rabbit hole within the soul of the self.
After all, life is a boomerang. We will find ourselves lost in an absolutist cycle of giving and taking if we’re not careful. At first glance, it seems like being wronged by people warrants us to blame them and victimize ourselves in the process; other people symbolize the karmic lessons we must resolve within ourselves. Our most pervasive weaknesses are also the best cards in our stack, gifting us with the prescience to master our anima/animus and restore the divine order of justice.
From self-preservation to self-mastery, we must focus on actualizing ourselves. We attract more success when we aren’t displacing our souls into other vessels; we lose ourselves every time we possess another person, thing, or entity, or vice versa. Giving our power away, we mourn the illusion of helplessness, hopelessness, and utter nihilism; tricking ourselves into believing the farce, we see ourselves as shards of glass, not the whole mirror of reflection. We are victors!!!
How to Transcend the Pandemic: Break Free From the Self-Deceit
Imagine how our Higher Self must feel, assuming it experiences the same egoic reactions. The sensation of feeling trapped concerns less of our state and more of the greatness we continue to repress — that’s the death of quintessential self, self-respect.
We see glimpses of reality because our world is a holographic projection. Slipping through the cracks, we remember who we are, only to find ourselves lost in translation, seduced by the spell of existential amnesia. For instance, instead of hitting someone back for assaulting us, why not walk away or call the police if possible? We aren’t on fire — WE ARE FIRE!!!
As such, we neither have to let the sand seep through our fingers nor fret over the serpentine hourglass on Eve’s Hallow. We are Phoenixes, warriors, champions, victors, and winners; we must love the power of self, self-love to avenge the injustices we perpetrate against ourselves. Moreover, we can’t understand how to treat our communities if we don’t diagnose ourselves, psychoanalyze our condition, and heal the most pervasive wounds plaguing the nature of the self. How we treat other people gives us insight into how we act towards ourselves, usually worse. Why not be better?