A. The first thing I hear is that even though police brutality is out there, there are many cops that do have a good heart and want to help people. There looks to be a division in the police force, and the root of the problem is the motivating factor for choosing the profession.
I see some people taking the path to becoming a cop because they want to help people and have a desire for justice. They take pride in being able to "serve and protect." They are emphatic and can evaluate a situation and see the best way to mitigate an issue.
Then, there is another group emerging that looks to be drawn to policing with the allure of legal control and authority over people. Their egos are so large, they feel superior, which drives them to make decisions they aren't equipped to make. Their skill of analyzing situations and having an appropriate reaction looks deficient. Rather than having the ability to think objectively on their feet quickly in stressful situations, they revert to a "black and white logic, and in reality there are many shades of grey."
I cannot see this changing until a stronger vetting process is implemented during the application process. It looks like a more thorough psychological exam would also be helpful to determine the real motivation for going into the profession (is it to serve ego or serve others?). Small steps are headed that way, but there needs to be a lot more progress.
A. I get that pets may not remember a past life, but they do "feel" and get drawn to familiar souls that come into their path. The also sense high vibrations and low vibrations, and react to those vibrations. Animals are very empathetic and their behavior is a result of what they are picking up.
I see that when a pet attacks their owner, it is because of something going on with the pet. They can not verbalize how they are feeling or what they are thinking, so they act out. I see this similar to a small child that cannot describe how they are feeling, and as a result act out because they cannot communicate. If your pet changes their behavior (and it isn't indicative of their lifelong personality), something is going on which could be an illness, irritation, pain or even depression/anxiety. Look deeper than the exterior to see what is going on with them.
If we ARE watched: by who exactly? What are they watching for or trying to achieve? Do we have to worry about anything we talk about? How can we be sure we’re safe and protected? Is a prayer of protection and picturing a bubble of white light around us enough?
When I do a blog or reading I always phrase my intent to be in the "greater good." I don't live in fear because I know if it is something I am not to know or share, I will go so far and be blocked from seeing more. Holding yourself in that same "vibe" keeps you safe too.