A Radical New Idea: Replace “Hate Groups” with “Love Groups”
Hate groups create significant damage to the world on levels that go unnoticed due to their racial terror and overt acts of violence. The massive negative energy generated by these misinformed groups keep the Global Consciousness from growing. Only by observing and activating the law of love will we be able to counter this formidable power.
Although I spent approximately twenty years working for a state public defender’s office, it saddens me to hear the word “hate group.” I cannot even fathom how such a group with the ideology of hating other people could form. Members of these groups come together to express their hatred toward their fellow humans. Some of these groups call themselves Aryans, Neo- Nazis, White Nationalists, Klansmen, and Skin-Heads. Although these groups have different names, they all share the same ideology, which is to fan the flames of hatred.
The Southern Poverty Law Center, in Montgomery, AL, monitors the activities of hate groups and exposes them to law enforcement. According to the SPLC, there are 1,007 hate groups currently operating in the United States. Just as troubling is the fact that hate crime has risen by 69% since 2000. Recent events in the news tell us that these groups take their beliefs seriously. This situation is in need of special attention.
The damage these groups cause in metaphysical terms is incredible. Their low vibrational energy slows down the spiritual growth of the Mass Consciousness. This means that on a global scale, the hate groups are bogging the world down with their negative energy. We have to remember that one person alone can cause harm to the spiritual evolution of the human race, but a group rallied together to spread a message of hate can cause untold damage. This kind of behavior cannot be tolerated.
While “hating the hate groups” will not help douse the wildfire being spread by these frightening alliances, I propose a radical idea. Rather than forming hate groups, let’s form “love groups.” I’m being a little clever with this term. The idea of a love group may sound childish or even passe to some people. However, it’s a powerful method for raising positive energy. Please understand I am not advocating a repeat of the 60’s with its free love commune experiments. Nor am I suggesting that people follow cult leaders who use love as a mind control tactic. I like to believe that people are intelligent and can take responsibility for themselves. The term love
group is meant to be used in the highest sense and not for personal self-interest. It’s not about us. It’s about others.
Some people have already formed their own version of a love group. Although I do not belong to a Christian church, I admire the work of Joel Osteen, Pastor of Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas. This is a man who truly loves the world; as do his many followers. If each person were to pursue the philosophy of universal love promoted by the Lakewood Church, our kind would eventually awaken to our role as creators of reality. There are many people on the edge of what is called the New Age Movement who would serve as excellent role models for love groups. Wayne Dyer is one my personal favorites.
How does a love group operate? Love groups are not so mysterious or complicated. They have their foundation in the law of love. The premise of this law is that the universe and everything in it is part of the Collective Consciousness, which some call God. The Collective Consciousness is the highest vibration which we refer to as love. All lower vibrations can be raised to this magnificent vibration by following the lead of those who are already doing it themselves. If we do what they do, we are sure to succeed. Doing this in groups makes us all the more powerful. Again, love is the main ingredient. The practices of a love group are a secondary matter. If an intention to form a group for the purpose of spreading love is expressed, it will be promptly acted upon by the Infinite One. Love cannot fail.
David Almeida is a Spiritualist and researcher of Rosicrucian philosophy and esoteric knowledge. David is a past article contributor to the Sedona Journal of Emergence. He is also a Board Certified Hypnotist and Reiki healer. David is the author of The First Truth: A Book of Metaphysical Theories and Illusion of the Body: Introducing the Body Alive Principle. Both books can be purchased at Amazon.com. Visit http://www.findyourdivinelight.com
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