This alignment and shifting can work in a way that might appear in opposition, but works with the same concept. If I decide that who I am now and what I am doing (or not doing) is beneficial to me and I do not desire to change anything about myself and you are in agreement with that but about yourself then you align yourself with my particular intentional vibration, and if he is in agreement with that about himself, and she is in agreement with that about herself then we create a vibrational shift that builds momentum which affects the entire society to not change ourselves. Here our intention for inaction has in essence has created action or a change within the vibrational alignment of the world. Passiveness has the ability to create change just as aggression does, although we are unable to create another’s life experience for them we can certainly influence it.
I would caution anyone who perceives another’s silence as agreement or support of an issue, topic, or individual. There are plenty of people who chose not to voice their opinions and thoughts with others especially on social media platforms for a myriad of reasons. These individuals may not be blind to what is happening in the world, they may not be afraid of what is happening in the world, and they may not be ignorant of the events; but for you to assume that you “know” their reason is to make an ass of yourself, but hey, if you want to be an ass, who am I to stop you? Just as everyone is not called to be an advocate for others not everyone is incarnated on this Earth to be an activist. Remember the contrast that the physical plane has to offer? There are many individuals who are inspired to lead by example and not lead by loud protest. Change starts with the individual: from the microcosm to macrocosm. When we change ourselves, shift the vibration of our individual frequency we cause the ripple and can influence change in the world without screaming our objections to others.
There are times when we may find that we hold contradicting beliefs about something. This is because we are not two dimensional beings, but are a composite of all elements that create many facets of who and what we are. It is because we are made of spirit and physical matter that we can hold two opposing beliefs; two opposing vibrational frequencies simultaneously. I can love and despise chocolate cake. My husband can enjoy the company of our neighbor, but also be frustrated with him at the same time. I can be both pro-life and pro-choice concurrently. These seeming contradictions do not make me hypocrite, instead it means that I am a complex human being with thoughts and feelings that don’t always coincide with each other all the time. I may be conflicted between my intellect and my emotions, but I am still able to find balance and harmony within myself. Being able to perceive things from multiple perspectives and to support those perspectives is not a sign of a hypocrite; it is a characteristic of an open-minded person, but it is not easily accomplished by everyone and I would even venture to say is not where most of humanity aligns vibrationally. Most individuals become overwhelmingly attached to their own perspective; they are passionate about it because they identify with it. It is who they perceive themselves to be. This is neither “right” nor “wrong”, it is the nature of the manifested human being, but to support multiple and contrasting perspectives can be problematic when the individual cannot determine which they desire to be the leading perspective or controlling influence over them. This is an obstacle for the individual who desires to ascend spiritually and move into the next stage of spiritual development and understanding. It is definitely what I strive for and why I am incarnated on this Earth so that I can assist others in achieving this as well.