Dehumanizing Compassion

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I see a direct correlation between dehumanization and Compassion. Compassion is a main theme running through all of my courses—I believe showing Compassion for Nature equates to Compassion for humans.  But this isn’t always the case, as our Ego and the attachment to ideals, often leaves us slightly less Compassionate for those who disagree with us. (Don Miguel Ruiz discusses this in depth in his book, “The Five Levels of Attachment.”)


In the last year, I’ve noticed a frightening movement from global political leaders. Dehumanize All. (Yes, I believe there is a movement towards the NWO and there’s a global agenda at play. Research this outside of google and see what search results you find.)

  • Wear a face covering.
  • Avoid social contact.
  • Fear germs.

These are frightening agenda’s at play, my friend. I’ve noticed a consistent trend towards violence and uncompassionate, evil comments online. It’s the “safety of being an armchair expert,” as I call it. Bully everyone online because you’re safe; your ideas are correct and all others are selfish, conspiracy theory, or downright cruel.

Interesting. And ironic.

As a coworker and I discussed the other day, the irony is that most of us in the middle—those of us not agreeing with either extreme side, the critical thinkers—have a vow of silence. Sad, but true. We often don’t voice our opinions unless we’re in company we know is safe. We know our friends disagree strongly with our views, yet we value their friendship and maintain those relationships, despite disagreeing. We know the research shows the opposite of what they believe, but we tolerate this often myopic view of anti-science. We respect their opinions.

We maintain a vow of silence because we know if most of society knew our views, it would cost us business and friendships. 

I wasn’t raised to keep my mouth shut and I’m often called a “shit-stirrer.” But in these days, I often keep my views limited to less and less people. I simply refuse to add to the chatter and risk my livelihood with those who are intolerant of my research and those who wish to “educate me on reality.” It’s safe to assume most would find my true views rather shocking. I’m OK with the silence. Maybe I’m wrong—I’m open to that possibility, so I continue to research, watch, and draw conclusions in silence.


It’s my job to research trends, after all. I’ve done it for 20+ years and this year was a decade of research in just 365 days.


How did this dehumanization happen? Our world is increasingly agitated, dissatisfied, and bored. Our conditioning makes it easy for any government to control, contain, and corrupt us. I believe they used a virus as the way to gain global control. I’m not here to discuss who “they” are—I just want you to consider HOW it happened, so you understand why I don’t follow in the mass hysteria, and why I’m not prone to fear-mongering.

  • Wear a face covering. I wear a plastic shield when I have to (in establishments that require it). People comment how much they enjoy seeing my smile DAILY. I for one, miss seeing people’s reactions and knowing what they look like. I appreciate our individuality. Humans have mirror neurons—we react to the emotions of others, based on what they show on their face and in their body language. If you doubt this, smile at a baby. Remove this ability, and you’ve removed our empathy, sympathy, and a level of connectedness. My shield gives them a gentle reminder of how sweet it is to see a human face.
  • Avoid social contact. Humans REQUIRE social contact. I’ve written about this in my book, teach it in classes, and write articles on it. Yet today, we’re advised to stay 6′ away from one another. I see people shudder and act violent when someone encroaches on their space. No one wants to hug, for fear of a virus. We stay inside, afraid we might run into someone outside and touch them. Sunshine—the life-giving force that provides Vitamin D as no other pill or drop of oil can—is off limits. Babies die from a lack of human touch. The effects I see from a lack of contact are mind-boggling.
  • Fear germs. There’s a reason most people aren’t shown the daily statistics about diseases and germs. Ignorance is truly bliss. I’ve known people who obsess over germs and have ICD9 books and Merck Manuals on their desks. I’ve seen hypochondriacs and the control it has over their health. It’s ALWAYS more damaging than any imagined disease—your mind can create or destroy disease. When you study nutrition and disease as I do, or as Dr’s and other health professionals do, you take a step back from the fear. We know how easy it is for fear to take hold in the human mind. It takes miniscule watering for those seeds to sprout.Most people are unaware of the MILLIONS of diseases and germs we fight daily. There’s a reason for this—panic would take over all critical thinking. If you doubt this, simply turn on the media, social media, or radio program. We’ve allowed C19 to rip our world apart. When it’s compared to many other diseases, the death rate is staggeringly similar. 99+% of the people who get C19 WILL NOT DIE… similar odds to many other easily-contracted diseases. (And lower death risk than many other diseases.)

The government and media have done a fine job of dehumanizing us and pitting us against one another. A world in turmoil=a world easily controlled. We are allowing them to win, my friends. Please start being open to other opinions and doing research that doesn’t align with your own confirmation bias.

Is our hatred really the legacy we wish to leave behind? Isn’t our species better than this?  

What are your thoughts?

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