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What People Believe is Vital to their Karma

By Stuart Wilde

Morpheus says to Neo in the Matrix film, you can take the red pill and see how far the rabbit hole goes, or you can take the blue pill and wake in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe.


Some writers and commentators want to change people’s options, I’m not one of those. I think what people believe is part of the restriction of the karma they have designed for themselves; it will take them wherever they are supposed to go, one should not mess with that. Then if someone reads something and it changes their mind and sets them free, all well and good.

We are surrounded by tricks and traps set for us; disinformation is the main game of the official party line. If you are savvy you can feel out what is a lie, you can’t rely on officials to tell the truth as they manipulate people into a hellish state of control over their minds and actions.

22% of Americans believe the official story of 911.

You’d wonder what planet they are on, but it’s important to live and let live and allow everyone their way. I try with my concepts to set people free of control and domination, but some are not ready; freedom is too scary for some.  We have to grow up psychologically to accept freedom, just as I said recently truth is often more than people can take.

Humanity needs to grow but to that end the Internet is teaching us all, offering what is usually free information. It’s the gateway to the world’s eventual liberation, a way towards personal freedom as the lies fall and people become brave enough to stand their ground, and they teach that to the children that are coming up, so they are strong and free. It gives us encouragement, for now anyway, while it lasts.

First you have to comprehend most information is second hand and secondly you have to be humble and realize you probably don’t know very much at all. People say that on the spiritual journey the further they go, the more they realize they don’t know anything.

Be open, read stuff you don’t agree with, see what others believe even if it’s not your cup of tea, that way you are not as restricted and closed down as a person.  Stuart Wilde

© Stuart Wilde 2013 –

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Avoiding the Collective Karma

by Stuart Wilde


Your waking intellect (your personality) brings to you an instant karma. For example, if you are diligent and responsible, life tends to treat you the same way.

If you’re uncaring and irresponsible, you pull to you all sorts that will treat you erratically and let you down. If you are out of control emotionally and inattentive, you slip off the sidewalk and sprain your ankle; if you stay in control and focused, you complete your journeys without incident.

If you are generous, people treat you warmly, if you are mean, life treats you more harshly. Your waking intellect bends reality to suit your personality. So quite naturally, you see and comprehend life and events as you want to see them, so you may not realize you are hard on people, and yet you may wonder why life is hard on you. Karma is hidden. It doesn’t usually offer explanations. You have to work things out looking inside yourself.

Beyond the intellect is your subconscious. Very few have much idea what their subconscious mind is or what information it contains. You will see it talking to you in your dreams, but it may offer you such an incoherent hotchpotch of images and feelings, you haven’t much idea what it is saying.

The subconscious mind is more the ‘real’ you, as it doesn’t have the fake concoction of the waking intellect, it just accepts your feeling and ideas and impulses, without the ability to alter them. Simply put you could say, beyond denial is the subconscious. It is the perpetual memory of everything that you are and all your innermost feelings. It’s your raw self.

Your intellect ceases, when your brain stops functioning at death. But I believe your subconscious lives on in a mirror-world dimension, a parallel world that is placed opposite to this one, right is left in the world of the subconscious mind. In effect, the subconscious is what we call ‘the soul’.

Jung discovered much about the collective unconscious. He said we are all linked by the same archetypes and symbols: mother, father, life, death, etc. I think Jung was right. We are all one-mind, and while you have your own karma, which is fairly instant, derived from balance and imbalance, you are also linked to a more distant ‘collective karma’ of your society or nation, and that is linked into an even more distant global karma.

Deep in the subconscious are your archetypal feelings and impulses: love, hate, equanimity, arrogance, each is a defined compartment; you could say each is a dimension of its own—birds of a feather flock together in the subconscious realms. You drift into that part of the mirror-world that is comfortable for you. Where you go, your long-term karma goes with you, for your subconscious mind can pull to you a long-term individual karma many years in the becoming, as well as a more distant collective karma that belong to you as well as many others.

Your instant karma you can easily change by taking charge of your life and being more practical and living a healthier lifestyle, but your long-term collective karma is more trapping. You can’t escape that as easily, unless you make moves very early on. For example, if you were a carpenter in Nagasaki in the 1940s, you had your daily instant karma, keeping your family fed say, but unbeknown to you, a collective karma approached. If you were aware of your subconscious and that of people around you, you would have left Nagasaki, and many thousands probably did. Others traveled there the day before the bomb. They came to join the collective unconscious department that accommodates for 200,000 incinerations in one day.

The trick to understanding the collective karma is to listen to what people are saying about their feelings and to watch their innermost impulses. If you watch the news you’ll see the national-ego running rampant. It’s all arrogance, disdain and self-interest. So you can see where the national karma might be headed. The trick is to uncouple from the collective feelings and try to discover who you really are? Do you agree with ideals being expressed or do you differ? What are your innermost feelings and impulses? You may discover that you like the shared impulses you see on the news, and if you do, you will have to accept the collective fate that that might create. The problem is you don’t know exactly where the collective fate will end up. Is it Nagasaki or Nirvana?


Each of us has the option of going with the collective karma of our people, or you can vote “No” and walk in the other direction, but you have to make a move soon, as a ‘collective karma’ is the most trapping and the least easy to escape from. That is because people don’t see it coming, because it is the result of a ‘collective idea’ that everyone agrees to, so that makes it seem right.

If you’re very reliant on others, you are linked to their karma. The more you become self-sufficient and self-reliant, the more you are in your own karma, and the easier life is to control. If you can’t make major changes, make small ones.

© Stuart Wilde 2007


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