President Bush and the Formula of Compassion
By Jelaila Starr
Written September 29, 2004
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Continuing from, The 9D Perspective on Election 2004 and Beyond, in this article I will personally take President Bush through the Formula of
Compassion (Formula). Before I begin I feel it pertinent to explain a few things since we are speaking at a higher level.
The Higher Perspective
The higher perspective, also known as the multidimensional or 9D perspective of compassion is the ability to value all things regardless of
how they appear. It is the essence of total acceptance and respect of the right of all aspects of creation to exist knowing that they have a
value as pertains to soul evolution, the real and most important reason for which we, as creator beings, incarnate. This acceptance means that
we value the Dark in all its manifestations as the great teacher. This means that we acknowledge that pain, the Dark’s primary tool for
showing us where we need to change, has the utmost value and that without it there would be no change and thus no growth without it. We
would become spiritually stagnant, unable to evolve further.
The Formula of Compassion
The Formula of Compassion is a multidimensional process to access personal responsibility that is based on the higher perspective of
compassion and consists of nine steps that enable us to release another from playing a role, and thus change our relationship with that person. In
addition, once we change our relationship to that person, we also see the portion of our reality, the situation in which this person was involved, also change.
The Formula of Compassion is a formula that activates our “Inner Technology.” Through its 9 steps we experience the transmutation of
feelings and emotions of fear, anger, shame, guilt, resentment, bitterness, etc into feelings of love, acceptance, appreciation and gratitude, i.e., compassion.
The Inner Child Relationship
From the higher perspective it is our relationship with our Inner Child that we see reflected in our other relationships. However we treat our Inner
Child, ourselves, is what we will see reflected in our relationships with our friends, children, parents, boss, coworkers, etc. Each time someone
mistreats us it is a reflection of something we are doing to ourselves. This may seem like a strange statement but when you look at it from the
perspective of soul evolution, it makes perfect sense. The only reason that we incarnate is for growth, which means clearing and balancing our
dysfunctional beliefs and resultant behaviors. We need other souls to act out the behaviors that we don’t see in ourselves so that we can
become conscious and change them. This is a belief that is the most self-empowering, but also requires the most courage to embrace.
The Presidential Role
From the higher perspective the role of a nation’s leader is that of a mirror, so to speak. He reflects back to the people the way they treat
themselves, their Inner Child, and in this case, each other. In other words, he plays the role of us, the parent or adult, in our relationship
with our Inner Child. So whatever we feel he has done to us is what we have done to ourselves, to our Inner Children, and to each other.
What We Dislike About President Bush
In previous workshops where I’d do the Formula of Compassion on President Bush, when asked what they didn’t like about the president,
the participants gave the following. He is a liar and a cheat…he used the power of his family to cheat his way into the White House as he was not
even legally elected. He is a traitor to our country and democratic way of life, a man whose true loyalty is to the globalists who seek to establish
a One World Government where they are in control, and for whom G.W. is a mere puppet. He lied about his involvement in 9/11 and then used the
fear and trauma of that event as a springboard for his war on terrorism. Further, he deprived, or as some would say, stole our basic rights
through the powers awarded by Patriot Act and then began terrorizing us into submission via the Office of Homeland Security.
Using the excuse of chasing terrorists and the need to remove weapons of mass destruction which were never found, he sent our sons and
daughters to invade Iraq destroying its economy and bringing untold pain and suffering to its people. There is a lot more that could be added but
to keep this article to a decent length, we’ll stop here.
Now that we know what we don’t like about this man, and I agree that that is how I feel on all accounts, in order to release him from playing this very dark role, I begin the Formula.
The Nine Steps
Step One – What is the lesson that I wanted to learn from President Bush?
I believe he is teaching me the painful lesson of what it feels like to be powerless.
Step Two – What is the contract that I made with President Bush?
This one is a little easier. I, on a soul level, entered into a contract with George W. Bush, to play the role of President, a reflection of my part of
our national consciousness, my inner world.
Step Three – What is the role that President Bush is playing to act out his part of the contract?
He is playing the role of a disingenuous, deceitful liar who has terrorized and manipulated me through a terrible act of violence (9/11), into giving
up our individual rights for a false sense of safety based on an illusionary threat. Further, he enforces this new level of powerlessness through
fear of being sent to internment camps, courtesy of the Office of Homeland Security.
Step Four – What is the aspect of me that President Bush is reflecting back to me?
Okay, this one will take some time to answer because to do it completely I must find the mirror in all the aspects of his behavior that I don’t like.
I say that he is a liar. How many times have I lied to my Inner Child and to others?
I say that he is deceitful. How many times have I lied to my Inner Child and deceived her by saying that I’d do one thing and then I’d turn around
and do another? I’ve done the same with other people as well.
I say that he is a manipulator. How many times have I manipulated my Inner Child with promises and rewards in order to get her to do something that I wanted?
I say that he is disingenuous. How many times have I pretended to care about my Inner Child when my actions clearly show that I don’t? How
many times have I pretended to care about someone else when in my heart I really don’t?
I say that he is a puppet to those he serves. How many times have I given away my power to someone else in order to be loved, accepted
and approved of by them? How many times have I ignored my needs in order to be for someone else? How many times have I sacrificed my
Inner Child and our needs in order to give that much needed time, energy and attention to someone else?
Step Five – What is the Gift that he gives to me by playing his role?
The gift is the lesson learned. In other words, he shows me that I am no different in my behavior than he is. What he does to me is what I have
done to myself…many times. He reflects our national consciousness and my individual consciousness. That means that just like him, you and I ,
have been a nation of disingenuous, manipulating, liars and thieves who give our power away and become puppets to those we serve, whether it
be people or the latest fashion trend. He stripped us of our power, our rights, because we chose to give it him. We want safety and security at
any price and don’t want to be bothered with doing research and investigation to see if what we are being told is true. It’s easier to
believe what we are told by the media however distorted it may be. We want things fast and easy.
Step Six: Acceptance
Can I accept the role that President has played, along with his actions, to help us learn this lesson?
Yes I can.
Step Seven: Allowing
Can I allow myself to let go of my anger towards this person who played the role to help me learn the lesson?
Yes, I can. How can I be angry at a person for doing to me the same things that I do to myself?
Step Eight: Release
Can I release this person from blame?
Yes, I can. How can I blame him for the things that I allowed him to do because I didn’t want to take the time and energy to investigate, find
out what’s really going on, and be willing to risk everything to demand better?
Step Nine: Kindness
Now that I have released President Bush, can I be kind to him, and if so, how can I do it, and when will I do it?
Yes, I can. I can do it by thanking him on a soul level for the role he is playing, knowing that without such a perfect and painful mirror, we would
not be willing to see the parts of ourselves that we, as an individual and as a nation need to change. In addition, I will be kind by holding onto
this perspective when I see him commit atrocities, knowing that he is playing a role and not say negative things about him to others.
In closing, I believe with all my heart that we, the people, are responsible for the state of our nation, our president has simply fulfilled our requests,
taking the power we quickly relinquished in order to have things safe, secure, and easy. Only by experiencing what we don’t want can we
finally decide what we do want. Through his actions, he had given us that opportunity. The question now is, how far will he have to go in
playing out his role before we say, “Enough!?” I believe that time has come. If we don’t want a lying, cheating, disingenuous president in the
White House then we must stop being and doing these things to ourselves and each other. If we want truth, honesty, and integrity from
our leader, we must become those things ourselves. Remember, our president is only a mirror of us; what a powerful and true mirror he has been.
The Nibiruan Council
The Formula of Compassion: http://www.nibiruancouncil.com/html/formulaarticle.html#
Make your Inner Child your Partner: http://www.nibiruancouncil.com/html/innerchildpartnerarticle.html
Give Your Inner Child a Say: http://www.nibiruancouncil.com/html/innerchildsayarticle.html
Compassion: The Solution to WWIII: http://www.nibiruancouncil.com/html/compassionandww3.html
9D Perspective on Election 2004 and Beyond: http://www.nibiruancouncil.com/html/election2004perspective.html
Jelaila Starr, author of We are the Nibiruans, The Mission Remembered
and the highly acclaimed Keys of Compassion series, is an internationally known channel, teacher, and counselor. Through her lectures, workshops
, and articles, Jelaila's message of compassion has touched the hearts of people around. Jelaila’s work inspires hope and understanding while
providing solutions to some of today’s most pressing challenges.
As a psychic/intuitive counselor, Jelaila works with individuals to assist them with emotional clearing, healing relationships, and DNA Recoding.
Jelaila's unique approach enables her clients to clearly discover who they are, what they came to do, and how to achieve it.