Being Sensitive, Dealing With Animosity

People who are “spiritually observant”, discerning — energy sensitive — and attentive “know” when others have some type of animosity towards them.

Such “sensitives” (who maybe an “empath” or an “intuitive”) will, and often do, notice everything — the subtleties of shifts in vibes, “feelings” around them and/or directed towards them.

Subliminal disses* (thoughts and feelings towards them or their presence), changes in the energy — the dynamic or energy “feel”, difference in tone and/or inflection, body language, it is impossible to hide all that negative energy. We can even sense negative vibes through text Lol or by reading the room without engaging in conversation.

The way to avoid, minimalise such negative projections, thoughts, and the carriers of such, is to deliberately ignore and/or remove one’s self from such places and/or people of ill-will or ill-intent.

* Defn: dis (verb) variants: or less commonly diss, dissed; dissing. transitive verb

1. slang : to treat with disrespect or contempt : INSULT, eg. dissed her former co-star in the interview. was dissed and ignored at the party

2. slang : to find fault with : CRITICISE, dissed her wardrobe

Discrimination, Legalised Perpretators

I grew-up & lived in the time/years, where discrimination against Aboriginals was still done, enforced and believed to be legal — post ‘67 referendum — yes, I witnessed, experienced how my darker coloured relatives & friends in community were treated and disrespected by “good” Australians, business owners & “their” police, so I relate well and respect the courage & inner fortitude, spirit, of such as this young woman in a country across the sea … why should “we” so readily and easily “forget about it, get over it, move on…”? My relatives, friends and the 1000s of Aboriginals affected and abused, throughout Australia, were not the perpetrators of such wrongs & cruel, often callous injustices enforced by laws of the corrupted ones.

Dorothy Counts, 15, is taunted and harassed by white students as she makes her way from Harding High School as the only black student at the newly desegregated school. Charlotte, North Carolina. 1957

Infiltrators of Lore and People

Let’s not forget to include in “they” those who are infiltrators and gammon amongst our own families, clans, services, communities. If not consciously colluding with “them”, then our betrayers of lore & spiritual culture, are unconsciously colluding with the “viral enemy” the COLONisers of the aLIEnations that have spread like an infectious disease across all continents, ravaging and exploiting for “their” own narcissistic needs; a culture of greed, manipulation, deceit, and selfishness. cv19 is kindergarten compared to the viral (wetiko-evil) ways of the global elite and the so-called new world dreaming, a nightmare made real for the good-hearted of our lands and Home Country, Earth.

Aboriginal, aboriginal, indigenous

There is a huge difference in meaning between “indigenous”, “aboriginal” and “Aboriginal”, do your learning/research…indigenous is all inclusive of all and anyone born in a country. Aboriginal with a capital A, is a unique identifier in the English speaking language, to those aboriginal peoples , specific and only to Australia. In this usage, Aboriginal with a capital A is a noun, not an adjective, whereas aboriginal people, is aboriginal descriptive of a particular grouping within a country of indigenous People born to/in a country.

Understand what you’re saying/meaning if and when using English, especially in reference to Australia.