Notes from the Rabbit Hole (part II)
Written by Celia Finn
June 8th : The Indigo Revolution.....Coming to a Place Near You This Summer....
Yes indeed, it looks very much like the "Indigo Revolution" that is
taking place now in Turkey, will be spreading around the world this
summer. But....no need to worry.....the essentials of the Indigo
Revolution are Non-Violent Protest, Love and Sharing, Creativity and a
New Way of Life. This is what we have been waiting for.....an
expression of the New Human, the Fifth Dimensional Human Angel or
Crystalline Being, who thinks Collectively and is "connected" globally.
And yes, there will be turmoil as the "Old" way of thinking....dualism
and conflict....tries to come to terms with the Rainbow Warriors who
think Collectively and who operate from Love and Harmony. There are no
"Leaders" to become matyrs and scapegoats, there is simply an idea whose
time has come at last!
The authorities may choose to simply ignore these protests, as they
did with the Occupy movement, in the hope that they will fizzle out
and business can go on as usual. But they have underestimated the power
of peaceful reisistance. Think of Gandhi and becoming the change you
wish to see! The Occupy movement of 2012 has "birthed" the Indigo
Revolution in Turkey, and this is a huge movement that will not be
contained in a few parks and squares. Of course, they may be elements
that will try to subvert the energy and turn on the violence, but they
will not succeed. I know from my friends and contacts in Turkey that
even althoug this is not reported in mainstream media, this is a huge
movement that is making an impression an all levels of Turkish society.
This is a report from Istanbul about the protests in Gezi Park:
"Ever since I've lived in Turkey, I always felt that there was a slight heaviness to the people here (whatever that means). Before today, I never could figure out where that feeling came from, but now I know. As I walked through Gezi Park today, where all the protests started, I realized that the feeling of heaviness had completely disappeared. The protesters have transformed the park into one of the most unique places in the world. Children are painting together, some are playing music, others are planting flower gardens, some drawing or doing communal art, some are doing yoga, reading books, making new friends, and everyone is helping out with something. People have set up booths giving away free food, there are doctors, lawyers, a library, even a vet there to give their services for free."Others are cleaning, some providing electricity, and a company even brought in portable toilets. Many of the businesses are still open, some providing services to the people for free. Other than a few groups using this opportunity to promote their causes, and the many signs of the fight the people had to endure to take back the park, for the most part it is everyday people, doing everyday things. Except that heaviness is gone. Why? Because everyone is happy, everyone is hopeful, there is no worry, no one needs anything, but everyone wants to give something, people are sharing not only their things, but they are sharing themselves. In a world where people are consumed by technology, their jobs, and buying things, this is just remarkable. Never in my life have I experienced a community like this, and after seeing the passion and determination of the Turkish people, it doesn't look like this is going to go away.
"Of course there is always the threat of another attack by the police, but after seeing what I saw today, I don't think the police have a chance. Once you feel the energy in Gezi Park, there is no amount of tear gas that can take that away. Although this is far from over, I think this may be what Turkey needed to remove that weight upon their shoulders. And I am proud to be a part of them!"