Once upon a time in a land far, far away called planet Gearth, there were three very different populations. Each population viewed the world in a different way and each group had its own goals and objectives. The first group, called the Homies, were the true natives of planet Gearth. As Homies, they viewed the world as a place that should be preserved. Their goals and objectives focused on keeping all the existing systems in place without challenge. They wanted to keep all the political, educational, medical, and economic systems the same.
The Homies wanted all government policies to remain intact. They thought all children should go to school for 1200 hours of education and be graded on the bell curve, no matter what happened to the children in the process. They believed that existing medical procedures and medications should remain unchallenged and that medicine should resist any new, more natural approach to health. The Homies were true and loyal to their goals and objectives, regardless of information received. Their reality was enclosed, so very little could interrupt these beliefs and ideas.
Then there were the Aliens. The Aliens were a group of people who knew from the time they were very young children that they did not belong on planet Gearth. Some Aliens were even born into families of Homies where they really felt out of place much of the time. These Aliens were like children on the front porch of the family cabin, looking in the window. They would see the family sitting around the fireplace laughing and sharing time together and never feel like they belonged in that living room. All they could do was look in the window and wonder why they did not fit in.
Some Aliens grew up with other Aliens and their lives were a little easier and more relaxed, especially when their parents were mentally and emotionally well. Alien children always grew up to be Alien adults, who still felt like they did not always fit in. As Alien adults, they were actually looking for a way home. They were often searching for something that fixed them, to direct them and give them the feeling that they had control over their lives in the Homie world.
Sometimes Aliens found one another. They even started clubs and support groups with other Aliens. Hardly anyone, even in the Alien community, ever talked about Aliens. But most Aliens recognized when they were with other Aliens, because they felt at home and like they belonged.
The third group on planet Gearth was the smallest group. They were Homies but they could see that Aliens had very different goals and objectives. They thought of themselves as Homie-hybrids who could see that some of the Homie systems might benefit from change, even though these systems seemed to hold on to staying the same. Some Homie-hybrids even spent time with Aliens, going to Alien meetings and transformation seminars where they could grow and change.
The Homies, of course, mostly ruled planet Gearth because it was their home. And all the frequencies of planet Gearth supported the energy of the Homies.
The Aliens, on the other hand, were searching for methods and pathways that would help them transform and break away from the frequencies of planet Gearth. The Aliens had the far-out idea that if they could break away from the Homie frequencies, they might be free to have more successful lives and might feel more in control of their lives.
The Aliens noticed that the Homies were often involved in repetitive behaviors and conversations aimed at preserving the stability of planet Gearth. The Aliens saw many of the Homies living in old behavior patterns and conversations, all aimed at preserving the energy of their home. And they even noticed that when they tried to offer the Homies some possible help or support to break free of these patterns and pathways, the Homies often refused and showed no interest in what the Aliens were offering. The Aliens also noticed that some Homies even got angry with them for introducing these ideas about change and transformation, and actively worked against the Aliens. It was ironic in a way because some Aliens worked hard for years to try to get the Homies to change, and sometimes the Aliens wore themselves out trying to make this happen.
Then one day, the Aliens noticed that they were different and noticed they had very different goals and objectives. They stopped trying to change the Homies, and just accepted and loved them for who they were.
The Aliens had more energy to reach for their own goals and to raise their own vibrations. When this happened, many Aliens broke free of the frequency of planet Gearth and began to feel in control of their lives. And, best of all, they began to see that they had a home that was someplace else far, far away that they would one day find again if they kept raising their frequencies and breaking away from the energy of planet Gearth. Once this happened, the Aliens lived happily ever after.
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