There are many forms of harmfulness that we will be writing about in this book. Harmfulness is a conscious, subconscious or unconscious act that damages oneself or another either mentally, emotionally, physically, or ethereally. Most humans are familiar with emotional abuse and the damage it causes to one’s life experience. Many are not familiar with unconscious abuse that occurs energetically.
Over the course of bringing many initiates through to the state of the Bodhisattva, the various forms of harmfulness have become more carefully defined and their karmic heritage revealed. We spoke in the last chapter about the personality and how in a state of disharmony, harmfulness is often perpetrated between humans while channeling fractured souls that are ego- and negative ego-based. In this chapter, we address the patterns of shame that also create a related form of harmfulness through human interactions.
The Game of Shame
Shame is a form of judgment that occurs in one of two ways. Shame occurs in the shaming or belittling of oneself, which is often experienced as a form of self-consciousness or self-judgment. Shame also occurs in the shaming of another, which causes the other to be belittled or made to feel less than or inadequate in some manner. When one is ashamed, they relinquish control of themselves to another or a non-physical entity. When one shames another, they seize control over another. Shame is considered by the Order of Dari a form of harmfulness, because it causes damage to the auric fields and subtle bodies within the human species.
In ascension, one continually expands upwards and outwards in energy as one builds in vibration upon a biological basis. Shame causes the exact opposite to occur. In the game of shame, the individual who shames another takes the chi from another causing them to contract and drop in vibration, and furthermore, expands their own field with the chi from another without increasing the vibration of the form.
The game of shame causes a redistribution of power and chi into the hands of the one who is talented at shaming others. Many humans have most likely experienced this on the physical plane. Many powerful individuals are talented at keeping others around them powerless and in a state of shame. In so doing, the empowered individual’s field artificially engorges to two to three times the size of all others, and all others conversely shrink in size as a result of handing their chi and power to another. Read more