By Dee Wallace
King Kong. That’s the movie the channel gave me in response to the question:
What was I supposed to write about this week? King Kong.
To me, that represents power. But thinking back on the movie, it was really about the misunderstanding and fear of power.
King Kong, at heart, was rather loving.
Frankenstein, misunderstood and pushed to revolt against people who were in fear, and thus mistreating, the “monster.”
- What is it in human nature that makes us so judgmental of those in power?
- Why do we mistrust this force so?
Because we want it. We all want it. We all want to feel unafraid and non-intimidated about being the power that we are. And because we cannot give ourselves permission to be our authentically powerful selves, we must undermine and judge those who are, so we can reinforce the belief that it is “wrong” to be and express power. Those old religious beliefs about meekness and humility being the key to everlasting life are taught by…those in power. The money being made is being made by…those in power.
What are we afraid of losing if we dare move into this authenticity? Our excuses. And our excuses keep us in judgment and out of creation. And then we go into judgment about ourselves, and our lack of power to create what we want. We cannot accept we are the creative force because we would have to be powerful if we were, and we judge powerful people, so we hold ourselves back and then judge ourselves along with “them.”
- A vicious circle.
- And it has been in the way of creating the circle of life we desire.
E.T. had to claim his power to get home. Dorothy had to claim her power to get home. Nelson Mandela had to claim his power to get home. And so must we.
Your authentic power through Divine Love and direction is your I Am Presence in its most powerful form. And you are the power that It Is. Rise up, O great ones, and claim Who You Are.