BECOME AN AGENT
by Dr. Lawrence Wilson
© February 2019, LD Wilson Consultants, Inc.
All information in this article is solely the opinion of the author and is for educational purposes only. It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.
1. For the purposes of this article, an agent is one who wakes up or activates others. This is a vital and much needed role at this time on earth. For details about the meaning of activation, read Activation.
2. A person who knows the truth and is willing to speak, teach and perhaps write or do other things in order to inform others about it.
WHAT DO WE MEAN BY THE TRUTH?
The truth is how things really work in the world, what the truth is about health, healing, vaccination, medical drugs, and lots more such as the truth about life on other planets, souls, other life forms, and more.
Qualities of the truth. Truth is real and absolute. There is no such thing as “my truth” and your truth”, as many believe and are taught today. Truth is not about opinions. Many people have an opinion about many things. This is fine, but this is not the same as the truth. The truth is also not about what I like or prefer.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO LIVE IN REALITY?
Living in reality has to do with knowing and living the truth. It is knowing that there is much ignorance and lying.
Reality is being wary of anything one reads or hears about. In other words, one must be discerning and critical in one’s thinking.
Reality is also about safety and caution. For example, reality is knowing when not to venture forth. This is an aspect of reality that is very important to teach at this juncture in history. For example, certain places, especially large cities, are not safe, especially for women. This is unfortunate, but it is an aspect of reality.
Reality is also about knowing when it is better not to know something. This may sound odd, but knowing certain knowledge can put you in danger. For example, if you know that someone close to you has committed murder or even is just having an affair with the neighbor, you could be killed because you are a potential witness against the person.
This occurs often, in fact. For this reason, at times, it is best not to pry too much into other people’s lives, as too much knowledge can put you in danger.
Reality is about speaking up to others, and knowing when to do it. A particularly difficult area of reality is knowing when to tell others to stop their nonsense. This has to do with the fact that when people “go off the deep end”, they endanger their lives, and often the lives of their children or other family members.
Many people are afraid to speak up to their friends, acquaintances or to strangers to tell them they must stop their illegal, immoral, or just plain nasty behavior or thought patterns or activities.
Speaking up can be as simple as telling someone that their job is killing them because of the long hours and stress level. It could be telling someone that they must get out of an abusive relationship, or that someone that they need to must stop treating their spouse in a nasty way.
If you have a strong feeling when hearing about a situation, please consider speaking up to people. Then apply good judgment as to exactly what to say and how to say it. Learn how to do it without any anger, but instead with compassion and gentleness. This requires a focus on truth, not on judging another person.
Speaking up with anger can land a man a fight, or can cause a woman to be raped in revenge, so don’t speak up with anger. Just point out what you are feeling or seeing gently and carefully, without judgment.
Speaking up to children. Reality can also be speaking up to children when you see them misbehaving. This is also extremely important today. It is never good to just let it go. Bring it to the child’s attention gently and without judgment, but firmly. You can just say that the behavior was rude or thoughtless or careless and it will not be tolerated. Next time there will be severe consequences.
Children need this correction, or they literally grow up stupid and ignorant of manners, like little animals who will never get anywhere in life because no one bothered to love them enough to point out their mistakes in behavior or speech.
Sadly, too many parents and others don’t want to correct children today, for fear the child will not like them or will run away. This is never a good excuse. However, do your best to correct gently and firmly.
PERSONALITY TRAITS OF A GOOD AGENT
1. Listens to others carefully, asks for questions, and answers them directly and simply. This means do not just go on and on, especially if your audience has lost interest. It is often wise to stop after a few minutes and leave your audience wanting more information.
2. Able to understand people as wise souls who are confused. This way you will like most people. This is extremely important to be effective as an agent.
3. Gentleness at the deepest levels of your personality. This is needed to avoid making enemies. Some people will not like what you are saying or demonstrating, so you will make some enemies. However, hopefully they will be few in number, since this adds danger.
4. Careful to live a wholesome lifestyle without drugs, alcohol, junk food or loose sex. Looseness with anything gets agents in trouble, and sometimes get them killed. While a few agents connect to others at bars or even through sexual episodes, this is very unsafe today.
5. “Wise as a serpent and harmless as a dove”. This means to be on the alert, always, and always exercise good judgment. However, at the same time do your best to stay relaxed and happy.
6. Emotional and intellectual detachment. This is the ability to just be present and witness without judging. This trait develops automatically when one practices the Pulling Down Exercise each day for at least one hour. In fact, you may not like the feeling of emotional detachment that occurs. However, it is actually a wonderful perspective on life.
7. A sense of humor. This is most helpful! It can shift a situation away from being very scary and serious so that another can hear and act on your words easily.
8. A happy, upbeat, relaxed and friendly nature. This has the same effect a sense of humor. In fact, the two are related because happy people can see the humorous or light-hearted side of every situation.
9. Willingness, at times, to be a little unusual, outrageous or ‘kooky’, but not so much that you turn people off. This can be cultivated and is an important trait in some situations. Once again, it breaks the seriousness of the situation and injects humor and a light-hearted quality into your interactions.
10. Willingness to dress and otherwise look “normal” to others, and yet feel relaxed and comfortable. It can be important in some situations to help others relax by appearing quite ordinary or “normal” to them. In other cases, looking out of the ordinary is good, but not in all situations.
11. Fairly healthy and preferably healthy-looking. This also helps in some situations. In others, appearing less healthy is better, however. If you look healthy and beautiful, it will cause some others to listen, but it can turn off some people who either think it is phony or who just do not relate well to people who are mentally and physically healthy.
12. Able to talk with a little enthusiasm, but do not exaggerate and do not become too emotional or enthusiastic. Maintain your composure always.
13. Able to provide proof or support for what you are saying. This is most helpful for some who are skeptical, a trait that is actually beneficial in many instances.
HOW TO BECOME AN AGENT
The basic requirements for becoming an agent for good are:
1. Read the articles on this website. Check it each month or so, at least, because about 10-20 new or revised articles will continue to appear each month. Doing this will greatly broaden your knowledge of reality, so you can share it with others. It will also keep you focused on the truth, at that is one of our greatest goals.
There are other excellent sources of information, but many are a mixture of truth and lies. In fact, often the lies predominate and there is just enough truth to lure you in and keep you reading it.
2. Use your head at all times. In other words, do not live unconsciously, ever, even for five minutes. Wherever you are, whatever you are doing, whomever you are with, keep your wits about you and remember you are ever an agent, not just a bystander, observer, “consumer”, or “free spirit”. In this sense, an agent is always on duty.
3. Follow a complete development program. This means do the entire program, including the procedures such as coffee enemas, near infrared lamp sauna therapy, and the pulling down exercise.
This is first of all for safety. The program steers you away from many temptations, hazards and horrors of living in modern societies. The program also develops you, which will make you a much better agent. For details on the concept of development, as the word is used on this website, read Introduction To Development.
4. Relax with your newly found occupation and do your best to enjoy it. It is a wonderful life and a rewarding one as well.