As part of a challenge from someone, I psychically looked at the state of consciousness of the elected officials we have in office in Washington, DC. I “saw” information that I didn’t expect.
The information I saw focused on the attitudes of the elected officials – their heart/mind intentions.
60% of the elected officials had what I think of as the “Reptilian” mind. It is an attitude of “Let’s go after the bad guys with a vengeance”. It is an attitude that suggests that it’s okay to use force to get what we want. They held in their consciousnesses that the way to handle problems was to overcome them with shere power. This was the same attitude in consciousness that was present in Atlantis during their militaristic conquesting centuries. It was this same attitude that led to creating karmic destruction. It holds within it – impatience, acceptence of the idea that violence over “our” enemies is okay, vengeance, hatred, acting from fear, peace through war, & control through overpowering. So, these 60% are creating similar results from their ways that Atlantis helped to create that we’re dealing with now (as I outline on my website). They are duplicating the attitudes that were in the emperialistic government of the latter Atlantean days. They have not learned yet that our actions towards others are our own destiny. These are the ones that are comfortable with attacking others if we justify it first, including politically, as in mudslinging.
However, while their methods and mindset are “force”-related, their intentions and hope guide them to try to find good results. These are not seekers of death, but rather dealing with their own impatience and seek to have good intentions.
Another 20% of the elected officials had the state of consciousness that they were in elected office to get what they could materially for their own benefit and for however long it lasts. These are the stereotypical “politicians” – in office to get whatever monetary or material perks they could get, regardless of the public needs they’re meant to serve. (Discouraging to “read” this.) These are the ones that sell their votes to whomever buys them. These are the ones that use their positions to better their own lives, rather than help those that elected them. These do a lot of posturing to “look” the part.
10% of the remaining 20% were overwhelmed by the daunting task of thinking they had to fight a huge uphill battle against a bureaucratic monolithic machine. They easily are overwhelmed, and feel that they can’t or won’t be able to accomplish much if anything. A subsection of these 10% are the average “Joe” that gets elected from the neighborhood. They are not professional politicians. However, they can be good “foot soldiers” depending on who influences them. They need a guiding influence and this direction can come from one type of official, or another.
The remaining 10% are the ones that actually accomplish helpful work. These are the “public servants” rather than “politicians”. Regardless of their background or how they get elected, these 10% spend their energy, and effort, persistently keeping at the task at hand. They pursue helpful legislation and work to help. They are not necessarily the media darlings, and don’t always have their work recognized by the big media outlets, but rather by their constituents. These are the ones that are “fighting the good fight” – the fight to help people with the challenges that are in their lives. To repeat – public servants, and not politicians.
Yet, even with what I see as only 10% being true public servants, these also are aware that there are many that will follow their lead, when something worthwhile comes forth. 10% can still be leaders that get a lot done, when many of the others follow along. If 1 in 10 is a leader of character in the positions they hold, then another 6-7 can be followers and still have some worthwhile work/help happen.
While there are different elected officials having different states of mind and heart with regard to the elected position, each and every one is there also by God’s giving them the authority they have. As Jesus said to Pontius Pilate, “You have authority over me right now, because God gave you this authority.” I can imagine Him also challenging Pilate with, “Now, what are you going to do with this authority? – use your authority to act responsibly to serve God, or instead try to serve yourself, washing your hands of the matter and pushing the blame onto others? History knows what he did. Each elected official must face this question within themselves.
Each and every elected official needs our prayers. If we don’t do our work, putting forth no effort helping in whatever way we can, we have little foundation to criticize them in their efforts. It is for us to try to help them with the tasks we give to them. Would we rather have a person representing us in office who is being prayed for or one who is not being prayed for? Which one do you think God’s presence may be helping more? Remember, God’s Spirit and presence touches the lives of those prayed for more than those not prayed for.
If we don’t contribute our help in some form, then we are following Pilate’s example of washing our hands of the problems, pushing them onto and blaming others. We have been given the authority by God, as voters and citizens to contribute either spiritually, politically, or any other way we may feel we can.