American writer, teacher, activist and speaker Cara St Louis takes the GV hot seat, as we get into some deep territory. Cara reflects on why it is that we live in a ‘natural’ world where daily violence and horror, through creatures killing each other for food, is our daily reality. Were things always this way, or did this reality become infected with some malevolent influence at some point in the remote past, and we’re merely seeing the inevitable physical playout of a dynamic rooted in low-density, fear-based vibration? Cara goes on to ask why we even need to eat at all, and if the idea that we do is in fact nothing more than a rigidly-enforced belief system.
We go a whole lot of other places in this free-flow conversation, too.