This year, two pandas in a China zoo mated for the first time in ten years. For the previous ten years, the female was artificially inseminated with little luck. All it took for the natural order to be restored was for there to be no visitors at the zoo; for the energy to change; for no one watching or judging or initiating a fear response; for these two beings to get their personal power back. Thank you, coronavirus.
Watching the video of the mating pandas was difficult. These were no longer just two animals mating. These were two beings who were enjoying the natural order of their inherent instincts being able to be acted on again. It felt like relief and trust. Like return after extreme homesickness. There was something painfully sacred about it, like no one should be watching to begin with.
Their caregivers were surprised that all they needed was privacy. How sociopathic that humans did not ever consider these things to begin with. How insane that people do not understand why some things must remain sacred, without their intervention and constant energetic demands — even for the beings they have demoted as “beneath” them.
We have been told that all animals, for the most part, are savages. That they take what they want, without consideration for the other. That they fight, sometimes to the death, for what they desire. We have been told we are so unlike animals because we possess an intelligence and ability to reason. We are nothing like those savages, we’re told.
There is an original order among all that is masculine and feminine in the natural world. One without the other causes heartache, pain, difficulty, and loss. One will long for the other, even if they never consciously realize it — or are never able to — until it discovers it cannot find its other half, eventually surrenders to the pain of separation and believes it is eternally alone. It bears the brunt of life by itself and decides life is just tough and that’s the way it is. But it is only this way when the two are separated by an unnatural order: an order of pain and competition.
Humans too live in a world of apex predators. Humans also risk death every day at the hands of other animals, including themselves. Can you imagine a world where no one was in competition, always had their needs met, and therefore, there was no need for death or degradation? How could it be that one day a lion and a lamb would lie down together in harmony, unconcerned with being fed — or protected?
Could it be that Earth’s natural order was not originally one of competition for resources or distrust of others? What could happen when all beings are “fed” from a common source? What kind of harmony could occur when narcissistic, unnatural orders are reversed and all beings no longer fight for superiority, fight for resources, destroy each other’s habitats or resources, feel want or lack, feel incomplete, or worry about the demands of the next day?
“The wolf will live with the lamb, and the leopard will lie down with the goat; the calf and young lion and fatling will be together, and a little child will lead them. The cow will graze with the bear, their young will lie down together, and the lion will eat straw like the ox. The infant will play by the cobra’s den, and the toddler will reach into the viper’s nest. They will neither harm nor destroy on all My holy mountain, for the earth will be full of the knowledge of the LORD as the sea is full of water.”
Translation: the natural order of Earth according to its true creators will be restored, so old codes/frequencies of pain and suffering will be removed and no longer hold any power over any being or habitat. Therefore, the entire interaction between animals and animals, animals and people, and people and people will change in a way humans never believed to be possible since humans are amnesic to the original order due to the narcissistic karmic agenda.