I’m going to talk about a pattern I’ve noticed again and again, with good people and with bad, “unawakened” people and “awakened”.
There are these mantras: You are enough. You only need yourself. Desire is bad. Attachment is bad. People who buy into those tend to come to a conclusion that the path to intelligent infinity is a narrow, lonely path, and that interpersonal connection is at best an afterthought, at worst a distraction. Usually, it’s a form of “copium”. The alienation and loneliness we feel here on Earth are painful, and they think that by accepting those conditions as natural and/or even favorable that they are saving themselves.
This is a distortion. The truth is that it is an interconnected universe. Alienation and loneliness are not “natural”, per se. They are byproducts of personal and societal distortions. Our connections with one another are as important and as eternal as our connections with ourselves and with all that is. Desire and fulfillment is a natural cycle. It’s as natural as breathing. (Healthy) attachment, in other words connection, gives a sense of grounding, of home. Many people try to bypass this. They will talk a big game about love for themselves, love for “God”, “love with no object”, when their lives are marked by failure to properly love other individual beings.
I am far from perfect, including in the way of interpersonal relationships. The difference is that I realize this, and I see the importance of it. I don’t try to bypass it. I don’t embrace loneliness as natural, much less as preferable. I’d like to at least find an ideal mate, and I’d like to have meaningful connections with others. A greater sense of community might not be possible for me here on Earth, but I wish to at least connect in an orange/green ray manner.
Those people, hopped up on their copium fix of hermitage and little mantras, are largely bypassing the heart chakra. Confederation sources have explained what such a configuration functionally is. They think that making themselves alright with and/or even preferential of a lack of interpersonal connection makes them strong. They think that needing such connection makes one unwhole, weak, etc.
When I address this topic one on one with people, it often becomes part of the reason they discard me, as they are prone to doing to people. They see me as the one who is distorted. They feel attacked, and they believe that I am being intolerant of their views. It can be like a really strange flip of a switch type of thing, almost like a kind of “possession”, as if I have attacked a LINE OF PROGRAMMING (which is what it actually is), and then that programming takes on a life of its own when challenged.
There are elements of truth in those mantras, about self-love, about wholeness, but those truths get distorted in a really bad way and become dogmas that block healthy orange and green ray energy. A lot of people repeat those things with the best of intentions, but I believe there is another element at work with their propagation. The ugly truth is that a large portion of the constructs/egregores of “wanderer”/starseed “culture” and the “new age movement” are co-opted by the “powers that be”. A lot of it can be traced back to three-letter agencies and/or shady occult groups. It’s social engineering. They are basically selling sneakily packaged, “diet STS”. The heart chakra is basically public enemy number one to them.
I could go into more depth on this topic, but I think I’ve given a good overview of my insights on it. I’ll leave it at that, at least for now.