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  • The change needed must start with thought. We must discuss and learn about the real issues that effect humanity and our place in the galaxy.
  • The path of this change must come from an altruistic desire to see peace and prosperity for all.

Key Points in Empathy


•When you were a child and you would see another child get bullied, what did you feel?
lWould you say, “I hope that doesn’t happen to me”.
lOr perhaps, you thought it was funny or secretly enjoyed it?
lCould you say, “I would feel the pain of the child getting bullied. I would question how that bully could act that way and endure the pain they had caused on someone else?”
lWhat was your level of empathy for the one who was experiencing pain?


•Empathy allows us to understand other perspectives and be sensitive to the idea that we should treat everyone how we should be treated.
•This means we should treat everyone with kindness, respect and love.
•It allows us to put ourselves in the shoes of others and feel their pain or joy.
•However, there is a portion of the population that has a dysfunctional nature. This dysfunctional nature keeps them from feeling empathy.
•The rest of the population falls on a spectrum.



•Some who do not have the correct development can develop a power reaction to this process.
•When they suppress or harm another, they generate a reaction to power. This process can set up a learned detriment. This process is not satisfying in itself and some will consume it like a drug.
•They can set out to experience it again seeking to satisfy the true missing component of empathy. This may not even be conscious understanding to them.


lAs a result they will develop a pattern of thoughts that allows them to set themselves apart from others as entitled.
lOnce this thought pattern is rooted, it can lead to feelings and then attitudes and actions that reinforce it.
lThis creates a place for these individuals to become potential power brokers rather than those who understand empowerment.


lA predator seeks out prey with one unconscious goal to generate power over their prey. This cycle does not go to the level of feeling with empathy. Instead, they become locked into a process that they can justify as a reality.
lThey may incorrectly develop an understanding that others view the world as they do and in an attempt to not live out the weaker side of the prey and they will seek to be the predator more assuredly.


lFor some, this desire is developed as an unconscious perception of fear. These people develop a satisfaction generated on fear instead of an empathetic response that leads to a mature spiritual state.
lThere is no doubt that Adolf Hitler followed such a process when he ordered sick children to be used in the testing of gas chambers. He was not capable of empathy or conceiving the pain that would be caused both physically and mentally to those who would be killed. Instead, he learned to feed his spirit by generating power over others that was generated by fear.


lNot only does this process generate a vacuum in the predator’s spirit, but it also generates a vacuum that “steals” energy from their prey. It becomes their addiction.
lFear acts as a vacuum where love is absent. When love is present then our spirit and physical being are living in balance in this dimension/density and the dimension of the “afterlife”.


lIt is essential for those who do not have an innate ability to feel empathy to learn this process even if they cannot truly feel what others feel.
lThe acknowledgement of our actions as a direct reaction on others can still be a learned process that will enable an individual to progress to a more balanced state.
lOnce they are aware that they are missing something, they may seek to understand and be open to what they may be missing. This realization will then offer an opportunity for them evolve spiritually and be an active participant in their creation process that will bring about a positive directional growth for themselves and for those for which they interact.

Empowerment is Altruistic Power

lUnderstanding empathy will lead to the  understanding of the difference between controlling power and empowerment
lEmpowerment is taking responsibility and ensuring that others have the freedom to reach their full potential. It isn’t about controlling others.
lHaving power over others and ensuring that they follow an agenda, set of controls, or are suppressed are misuses of power. Empowerment works to progress everyone to the same level of power.


lAll life is connected.
lHarming or suppressing a part of others means that it will have a negative impact on all of humanity.
lIn order to live in harmony, humans must not be a part of predatory behaviors.
lEmpathy is essential for human progression and continued peace upon our planet and beyond.

Love is Our Ultimate Mission in Life

lThe Prime Creator is a positive expression of life. This positive expression is based in love.
lLove is the expression of peace, kindness, empathy, and respect with care. It is non-suppressive and non-manipulative.
lOur ultimate goal is to reach a state of unconditional love.

Our Responsibility is to be Kind

lJudging others and behaving in a manner that divides us from one another is detrimental. When you have empathy for others, you don’t judge them.
lGet beyond negative discourse and immature banter.
lUnderstand that only when you take personal responsibility for someone, should you have  judgment. This judgment then is only to ensure responsibility and protect others from abuse. 
lJudgment is not necessary. If you do not take responsibility for someone then reserve your personal judgments.
lEmpathy fosters kindness and this ensures that we all can get along with respect and peace. 



Information based on the research and writing of Dianne Irene.


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