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The following is an allegory from ancient Mayavadi philosophers:
A man lives in a dark room and over in the corner there is a rope. His entire life he has seen the rope over in the corner and has lived in fear because he thinks the rope is a snake. One day the light comes on in his dark room and he sees the snake is nothing but a rope. The lights go off again, but his life is never the same. Once he has realized the snake is a rope, his fear has been conquered, because even though the rope looks like a snake, he knows that it is not.
It took me a long time to get there, but I eventually realized that organized stalking (group stalking, gang stalking) is just like that rope. It looks harmful, just like a snake. But in the end it is just a rope.
The perpetrators go to great lengths to freak their targets out. It can work at first because it’s new and we don’t understand what or why they are doing what they are doing. Their constant presence and persistent petty harrassments will create a dynamic whereby fear, panic and anxiety are created.
When we see through the lenses of our trauma, victimization, or circumstance we sometimes leave actual reality and enter a false reality. Fear is false reality. Fear is illusion. There is an acronym for fear:
It’s important to know that anything you allow to rattle you or control you does not have the same hold any more once you realize there is nothing to fear from it. People who participate in group stalking are counting on your fear and panic to do their dirty work for them. In every case I have read, they do not ever do us physical harm because they are pushing for us to do harm to ourselves. Once you realize that they are a rope, not a snake, their antics can become rather amusing.
Furthermore, I have come to a place of compassion. There are many ramifications for holding toxic thoughts, communicating toxic words, and especially partaking in and perpetuating harmful actions. I expound on these in my book.
There is something I think about when I see the actions of the perpetrators. I think, what if this were their last day on earth. How would they feel knowing that they spent their last day on earth harming another, harming themselves, and making no positive contribution to humanity? When I think along these lines I can feel nothing but compassion. I know for myself that I’ve made a commitment to thinking, saying and doing only the positive, and my focus is on being a beneficial presence on the planet. I want only positive energy in my being, and positive energy going out.
But for you who are in fear or anxiety, I have something to tell you.