Question: What do you think of the so-called Hundredth Monkey Effect?
Answer: My dearest brothers and sisters,
This is Tunia speaking. I love you so very much.
I was really excited when I saw this excellent question. I actually let out a cheer. Because yes, the hundredth monkey effect is a really important concept to understand.
The concept was discovered when primatologists studied monkeys on a Japanese Island. One female monkey learned that it was a good idea to wash sweet potatoes. Then the other monkeys observed her and copied her. So far, so good.
At some point, a metaphorical hundredth monkey observed and copied the female. Now there was a critical mass of monkeys who were aware that it was good to wash potatoes. Once that critical mass was reached, the knowledge of potato washing spread seemingly magically to monkeys on other islands. Those monkeys started washing their potatoes too, without ever having seen another monkey do it.
How is that possible? It is because all monkeys are linked via one collective subconscious. And once there’s a critical mass of monkeys who wash potatoes, then that automatically becomes a part of how monkeys live, via their shared collective subconscious. It just becomes the obvious thing to do, even to monkeys who have never seen potato washing before.
This is true for Earthlings as well. You too are linked via a collective subconscious.
This has tremendous implications. It means that once enough people start loving unconditionally, then that automatically becomes the obvious thing to do. Even people who have never seen unconditional love will start practicing it, because it just seems like the obvious thing to do.
This is very exciting to me. It means that even if you’re “only” a loving person who treats people kindly, then you’re actually helping much more than you realize. You’re pushing the collective subconscious into the direction of having a critical mass of kindness on the planet. Once the critical mass has been reached, kindness will just become the obvious thing to do for everyone.
So thank you for your service in holding the light and at times acting with love and kindness towards others. You are helping your fellow Earthlings much more than you realize. I’m very grateful to you and I love you so much. You’re doing great!
Now, does this go for low-vibration emotions too? For example, if many people express hate, does that make hate the obvious thing to do and will most people become hateful? Unfortunately yes.
However, love is much stronger than hate. One truly unconditionally loving person might pull the human collective towards love, as strongly as one million hateful people pull the human collective towards hate. So yes, love is absolutely winning, and your medium-term future is bright. It just takes some time for that process to complete and unfold in your tangible reality.
So, what can you do? Just try to act lovingly and kindly towards other people. Whenever so-called negative emotions come up, I would like to invite you to consciously observe them without judging or repressing them or trying to change them. Pushing those away just moves them to your subconscious, where they will continue to impact the Earthling collective subconscious. So it’s good to consciously observe your emotions instead. Whatever you’re feeling, you’re healing.
Thank you again for this excellent question. I enjoyed talking about this.
For Era of Light
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Thank you for answering the question Tunia and A.S., this serves as a beacon for other readers as well to help them realize their own truth, to not lose hope and begin working on themselves too and helping others.
It’s interesting how the Hundredth Monkey Effect relates to “The Egg” short story by Andy Weir, in that whatever you do to others, you also do to yourself and vice-versa.
Then it also relates with the “Law of Reversibility”, for instance whatever you do to yourself, you also do to others.
Further cementing the concept of “Indra’s Net”–of the interconnectedness of all existence.