Yes 9, I agree. Lots of insights there. It's the subtle and overt blaming of others aspect I find reluctance with. While it may be frustrating that we suffer illness or deprivation from lack of knowledge, or from the suppression or misappropriation of knowledge. Still I see blame as being a key feature to release from rather than as a tool to be used for focus onto some elemental perpetrator. When I release all blame I find a lesson plan in action beyond all previous comprehension, relieving all previous frustration.
While we live in a universe with unlimited possibilities, seemingly homogenized with needing to be fixed problems/challenges, I still see this zone as primarily a perfectly ordered kindergarden for our unaware dinosaurlike mentalities, where we will do untoward things to each other at times, but expectedly, because its a hands on learning place.
Experienced preschool teachers aren't surprised at the animal like behavior often on display, because they know that in time those acting out will learn to be respectful of others (may take a few repeat sessions of course). There is instruction involved, but it doesn't happen with a heavy hand (see caveat 12-B), and until we are willing, it can appear to be an out of control process that we need to control. Still the seasoned teachers know that in releasing animosity and blame, and by loving all equally, each child is relinquished into their personal learning of some specific lesson so that they can finally relax and enjoy the garden of frequencies.
Mind control huh, hm. The sightless jailers controlling the sightless prisoners. Seems like they may deserve each other. Somebody give me a cheeseburger. (see: "living in the USA")