Written and published on 22 January 2015; revised on 15 May 2020
- DNA ACTIVATION OF LIGHT TO CHANGE RACE OF CULTURE
- ADDITIONAL COMMENTS
- On Racism in My Early Life
- On Caucasian Aborigines in the World Today
- De Colores in Brazil in Recent Times
- On Discriminating as to Soul Signature Rather Than Body Type
- Alice’s Story: My Own Cross-Gender, Multi-Racial, and Multi-Cultural Incarnational Memories
- Memories of Varying Social Values and Personalities in Other Incarnations
- MORE INFORMATION
- Suggested Reading Regarding the Additional Comments
- Suggested Reading Regarding Right Discrimination
- Suggested Reading Regarding Clearing the Subconscious Mind
If we could change our race or culture, just like that, by a simple DNA activation, what would happen?
- I wonder if most minorities in most countries would opt to look like the majority race or culture?
- Would people switch from one race or culture to another, every once in a while, just for the fun of it?
- Or would everyone want to stay just as they are right now?
DNA ACTIVATION OF LIGHT TO CHANGE RACE OF CULTURE
For those that might like to give a change of race (or culture) a try, here is the Hathor activation:
Spirit to Team!
Change my race [or culture] to _______!
For the All, through Free Will!
There has been a lively discussion of this blog on Facebook. That led to additional thoughts …
In the last few years, I have come to my own inner peace regarding the atrocities of the world. It has been quite a journey, and there are still things that can get to me, injury to children and the elderly being right up there. I try not to react, but just send love.
On Racism in My Early Life
I guess my ideas are a little odd. I remember when I was young, what an upset swirled around me as segregation ended. Rage and violence everywhere. I was just a child, but I wondered, why? What is all this about?
On Caucasian Aborigines in the World Today
Then over the years, in my studies, contra-racial-supremist-wise, I came across some interesting facts: that on the northernmost island of Japan [the Ainu of Hokkaido], and in Lapland, there were Caucasian aborigines [the Sami people … Lapps, or Laplanders]. This is not well known here in America, and I’m guessing it’s because the majority race assumes otherwise.
De Colores in Brazil in Recent Times
Then 10 years or so ago I went to Brazil with a friend. There everyone has light brown skin. But the people in the far northeast have very dark skin. Brazil is a really big country. In most of the places where I went, there were no Caucasians at all, but there was one European village, as I recall, with only fair-skinned people in it. The sentiment of the people in Brazil, according to our guide, was very negative toward anyone whose skin color was not light brown. Why, I wonder? How could such a superficial sorting be taking place?
On Discriminating as to Soul Signature Rather Than Body Type
By my own lights, a way to sort out folks might not be by any body type, but rather by Soul signature.
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Alice’s Story: My Own Cross-Gender, Multi-Racial, and Multi-Cultural Incarnational Memories
I remember past lifetimes ..
- both as a man and as a woman.
- Also as a Native American (2 lifetimes as a man),
- Chinese (a woman, in ancient time, east coast of China),
- 2 lifetimes as a woman in India, and so on.
For me, one of the perks of remembering past lifetimes is letting down my mental filters regarding gender, race, culture and nationality. It is a bit of a rude awakening, at first, but in the sum, since I can remember being all these things, how can I see them as ‘other than I’?
Memories of Varying Social Values and Personalities in Other Incarnations. And also, my social values and personality in past lifetimes were totally foreign to that in my present lifetime. As you may imagine, that is sometimes not a good thing from the perspective of this lifetime. But from the notion of rounding out our experience of Duality, I can see it is ok. It helps me more easily forgive others in this lifetime for having the same values I once had in other lifetimes … although it is not always all that easy!
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In love, light and joy,
Alice B. Clagett
I Am of the Stars
“Alice’s Story” has been revised and excerpted to … Link: “My Memories of Other Incarnations: Contents,” by Alice B. Clagett, compiled from prior blogs on 10 February 2019; most recently revised on 25 February 2023 … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-tlg ..
Suggested Reading Regarding the Additional Comments
Link: “Ainu People,” in Wikipedia… https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ainu_people ..
Link: “Sami History,” in Wikipedia … https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sami_history ..
Link: “Racism in Brazil,” in Wikipedia … https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Racism_in_Brazil ..
Link: “Discrimination and Racism in China,” by InterNations Go! … https://www.internations.org/china-expats/guide/29460-safety-security/discrimination-and-racism-in-china-17752 ..
Link: “Ethnic Relations in India,” in Wikipedia … https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethnic_relations_in_India ..
Link: “Racism in Russia,” in Wikipedia … https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Racism_in_Russia ..
Suggested Reading Regarding Right Discrimination
Since the issue of racism is also an issue of ‘right discrimination,’ may I suggest this? …
Link: “Our Demon Armies, the Power of Discrimination, and the Experience of Non-Duality,” by Alice B. Clagett, published on 9 January 2015 … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-6hi ..
Suggested Reading Regarding Clearing the Subconscious Mind
Since the issue of atrocities has come up, may I suggest this? …
Link: “Releasement of the Darkest Secrets of the Subconscious Mind,” by Alice B. Clagett, published on 1 May 2016, updated … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-5dQ ..
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