“Grandmother on Where Is the Goal? New Identities and Finding Common Ground”

In ADVANCED-CONSCIOUSNESS, Audio, Grandmother Blogs, Self-Development by Sandra Rodman

"This is important is because it is the position you take when you seek a goal, that determines its outcome. It is the identity you assume when you seek a goal that determines its outcome."
-- Grandmother from Another Planet

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Preface:

Amidst all of our polarized disputes at this time on Earth, I asked how I could be of help, when groups oppose each other. I got a very surprising answer.

See if this short Audio blog helps -- it did for me. That simple answer: Where Is the Goal? "Grandmother from Another Planet on Where Is the Goal? New Identities and Finding Common Ground," Recorded 11-11-20, Posted 12-2-20, 4 minutes, 18 seconds.


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TRANSCRIPT:
"Grandmother on Where Is the Goal? New Identities and Finding Common Ground"

SHR: I had asked how I could be of help to opposing groups, to help find common ground.

GRANDMOTHER:

When there is a dispute and the goal is centered around having the other side admit that they were wrong and you were correct, and your desire is to solve this in some way, to resolve it, reposition it so that common ground can be found and judgment can be reduced, my question to you is:

Where is the goal?

The reason this is important is because it is the position you take when you seek a goal, that determines its outcome. It is the identity you assume when you seek a goal that determines its outcome.

"The reason this is important is because it is the position you take when you seek a goal, that determines its outcome. It is the identity you assume when you seek a goal that determines its outcome."

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If you do not wish to be judged, then do not judge. Communicate as if you were one family member communicating to another. If you would like others not to judge you and to simply listen to you in a loving and compassionate way, then you must not judge others and must listen to them in a loving and compassionate way -- a way that yields family relationships and not adversarial-stranger-enemies relationships.

"If you do not wish to be judged, then do not judge. Communicate as if you were one family member communicating to another."

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So, the goal is so immersed in the "location" where you stand, in the identity that you assume, when you seek this goal, that these are inextricable and therefore foundational to the answer to your question.

Making this slightly easier would be the family approach. How would you speak if this were your brother or sister, your son or daughter, your mother or father, your immediate family? How would you approach this knowing that we are all family, and therefore we must find a resolution that allows the family to be whole and to do well in the future?

This may seem like a simplistic answer, but it is foundational to all of your contexts: 

 

  • Where is the goal?
  • Whohas this goal?
  • What is youridentity when you seek this goal?
  • What is the relationship that the person or the situation which seems to be an obstacle to your having this goal?
  • Where is theirlocation?
  • Where is theiridentity?

 

You must then reframe this and reinterpret this into your mind, remembering that there is one human family on Earth.

And to save the Earth and to save all of the family members, all must be viewed as family. And an affirmative role and an affirmative respect and honor for each member must be achieved first. There is no other way.

"An affirmative role and an affirmative respect and honor for each member must be achieved first. There is no other way."

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All life on Earth is family and must be treated as such.

With great love and admiration for the incredible family of Earth, I am Grandmother from Another Planet.

-- Grandmother from Another Planet

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