A great portion of my work crosses over into ethics. I have spent the last two years studying business, law and relationship ethics. Through the Internet I became aware of global patterns and became fascinated in the migration of emotions, the origin of the global psyche, and the way people like bees work together en masse.
It has been essentially an interesting informal foray into organizational behavior versus conscious thinking. I still am working on trying to understand if patterns originate from one point – like one idea or one feeling – the Big Bang of the zeitgeist or zero-point of the global consciousness. My other idea or interest relates to the notion of whether this zero-point consciousness – the origin of man’s culture is created by multiple ideas and feelings, and if so, if one can escape this matrix of ideas and to be truly independent.
What I mean by this is that I have noticed, as a simple example, that my personal artwork will share similarities with other people’s art work. What was of particular interest to me was that at one exhibition I was showing at that other people had also painted out the same images I had had in my sketchbook. I am certain I too would have articulated other people’s ideas into my paintings and not known it. Perhaps we all need to express the same inner imagery. One again has to wonder about its point of origin if that is the case! Through the study of photography and art work over time, I have noted many similar images coming up over time across cultural boundaries, borders and languages usually appearing at similar times – cataloging dates.
It is a complicated study, and I plan one day to try and write it into a book as it is in essence ‘The study of the World’ in as much as can be done from one perspective, from one point of view – my own with the awareness that I too am a product of this global consciousness. For me it started off in psychoanalysis and psychic work (Empathy), which was my main point of interest and merged into economics and politics. This has now lead me into the obscure study of organizational behavior and propaganda.
So when I read for you, know I am also reading all your stories. I have always been an avid news watcher, and have always passed the time watching the world develop, and have to admit it was a major inspiration for my work, in learning to understand humans. I currently read the world news from many different countries daily, so as to get a cross cultural perspective, with a general overview over time. I do mean I stay on top of all the developments, and wonder about the sad victims of circumstances and fate. Each story is one person, could have been me, or you, and I wander if not for a moment into their frame of reference. Perhaps it is a form of ‘survival guilt’ and need to console this victims that I have this perspective. Rather than seeing humans as aggressive and threatening, even after much violence and sadness in the present and in history to the point where I have wondered if I could continue to believe in humans and my work - I am still always righted and buoyed where even despite what is being written about us humans, our nature, and our behavior, I continue to witness an inherent kindness, even in the most cruel of people. I have personally witnessed this and in my depths, from my most intuitive soul I obstinately refuse to go along and believe they ( and thus we ) are ‘not worth the struggle’ or effort. If one carefully noted all that has happened, if one read the news, the good news, as much as the bad, you would understand I have seen too much good emerge over the last three difficult years. I have seen more common sense evolve than ever before, with an even more refined sense of compassion and patience.
I have watched the world convulse and tear itself apart in self-hatred, I have seen the re-emergence of forms of xenophobia, and even from these places of pain and hatred, love and forgiveness constantly re-emerged, as if human nature could not continuously be this destructive. It was like a safety switch was on in us, that that one could only hurt oneself that much without at the last minute rectifying the situation! It’s like they say, you have to hit rock bottom – and then, a large portion of us do get on with it and improve.
So on my studies go. So far I am still only observing, listening to all the questions, also asking the same questions and realizing that many answers will emerge from a generational rather than an instant change I read the Internet and gather the spirit from all of us and realize that even from these voices too, their improvements and growth will take more than a generation to mature and emerge. Still, through all the sadness of our world, I still continue to learn to understand more of us – and have resiliently continued to believe in our humanity. Thank you all and a bright welcome to 2013!
© Carmen Miro 2013
About The Author: Carmen’s waking dreams have provided accurate glimpses into the future for celebrities as well as political and international figures. Her non-judgmental, Empathic approach, as well as her unique method of Tarot reading, affords her the reputation as a groundbreaker in her field. This European born Canadian is the first online psychic to promote the idea of Empathy and emotional thought transference, and she has written a great deal on the subject. For a comprehensive Intuitive reading that will transform your life, you can find Carmen at PsychicAccess.com.
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