Divider line


Universe Rewards Thinking



News That Rattles


Universe Rewards Thinking

Rattle Report is a unique daily blend of underreported, interesting, and sometimes shocking news.  www.rattlereport.com
Image description

Intention and the Dashboard Light


By Julian WashRattleberry Pie |

Wednesday, June 4, 2014 |


Image description
Image description


Dear Humans,


Today I would like to return to your awareness an aspect of the Human condition that can rectify anger into something a little more constructive. And though it’s within our reach to resolve contentious matters in a quick and civil way, some will give in to hostility as if it were an ally. And so they will grind an axe halfway through its handle before calling any kind of truce. 

Some say “forgiveness” is the ultimate remedy. The concept of forgiveness assumes someone is truly at fault. This may or may not be the case because “fault” is a curious assumption indeed. If you’re mad at someone the last thing you want them to say is “I forgive you” --and they don’t want to hear it from you either. Resolution is a different matter. Here we can rebuild the twisted scaffolding that got us hung up to begin with. We are Human and Humans are going to make mistakes and we’re going to ruffle each other’s feathers from time to time. If we can resolve not to hate one another then we can resolve to find equitable solutions through ingenuity and patience.

There’s really no greater burden than the weight anger puts upon us. It’s perhaps second only to guilt. It burrows tentacles deep into the very essence of who we are. Likewise, there’s nothing quite as liberating as shedding that nasty beast and setting it free. Anger begets anger and it has a voracious appetite for more. It’s a fire that can never burn hot enough. 

I suspect you might already be aware there’s a trifle bit more to all of this— and you’re right! So saddle up your mustang and let’s take a short ride into the center of a brooding, red storm that sure looks mighty angry from here.  


Red Light on the Dash


We don’t intentionally seek confrontation and disharmony although we all seem to get our fair share of it anyway. It’s essentially impossible to avoid, given the fact that it’s built into the equation of life. Sooner or later something is going to set us off and we’re going to get very angry and spend a good deal of time and energy smoldering over it. But getting angry isn’t the problem. It fact it may be quite beneficial, if not essential for our survival and growth. Anger is indicative of something sorely skewed in terms of fairness or principle, just as a high fever is indicative of something skewed within the physical body. One should take heed of either anomaly and let the fever do its job. 

When two people are in the throes of conflict, dynamic tensions are generated and sparks will fly. And no matter how contentious the ordeal may become, both are sharpening their wits from the experience. Sometimes things heat up so fast that it becomes unstable. That’s when all stops get pulled. So we’re reminded of a barroom brawl where chairs are busted over heads and bottles go airborne. 

Regarding the matter of who might be right or wrong really depends on how the referee calls the final play. And just who is the referee? It’s that person you look at every morning in the mirror. Back in the days of the old West, a short fuse and a quick-draw played the end game like no other. Matters were resolved in a powder flash and heartbeat. This dissociative response offered the extreme side of how some went about “killing” their anger. On a completely different scale we can liken this to smashing a toaster because it keeps burning toast. A crumpled toaster won’t solve the problem—unless you like crumpled burnt toast. 

Getting angry is not so much the problem. Staying angry is a whole different ballgame. “Seeing red” is associated with being irate or enraged. I like that expression because I think of a warning light on a dashboard of a car. If the car is overheating a red light will flash and a wise person will pull over somewhere safe and let the engine “vent” for a while. The state of anger is no different. We may need to pull over and vent for a while too. The red light on the dash relays an urgent matter regarding the status of the vehicle. One must act promptly and appropriately to remedy it. The same is true for the little red light within us. 

But the persistent state of anger is a most destructive and toxic state indeed. I’ve long suspected that chronic anger, stress and fear can stimulate our own immune system to go on the attack. It’s my opinion that this is the root cause behind so-called autoimmune disorders. The body senses a type of invasion that is neither viral nor bacteriological in origin. So it directs its energy against itself and the consequences can be life threatening. Over time the perpetually angry and stressed-out individual may find that they are always ill. Don’t let your little red light keep flashing without taking constructive action.


Setting the Intention


So you’re mad and the little light came on your dashboard. No problem. Immediate action needs to take place. Good! We are aware of a problem and now we must set the proper course for correction. We know that focusing on the anger will only intensify the problem. Not a good idea. Some will pull out their trusted voodoo doll and go to town on it. Sending bad intentions to another will most always backfire. -Again, not a good idea. But sending love and compassion might just work. How can one stay mad for long if they’re feeling compassion and love toward the one causing the tension? So you say the person is a “soulless jerk” and there’s no room for compassion. One can feel compassion toward any soulless jerk because being “soulless” is rather sad when you think about it. 

My point is this—set your intention on repairing the problem in an efficient, logical and loving way. You may want to throw a wrench at that car that left you stranded on the highway, but what good would that do? Makes a bit more sense to get on a phone and order up a tow. And yeah, the local mechanic will probably push a few buttons in you too. But you know maybe, and I’m just saying maybe, we let the maintenance slip just a bit. We kind of already knew the old car was running a touch warm. Just sort of put it off though. You know, maybe we’re just a little, itsy, bitsy tiny bit to blame for the state we’re in.

Can we declare the person who stays angry the longest any kind of winner? That’s like the kid that can hold his breath the longest. He’s just a little bluer than the others. For one thing, staying angry is not economical. Way too much energy goes into the task. And one may feel angry while their adversary is at home sleeping and having sweet dreams. What a waste of darting eyes and grumpy growls. Such a state is a dead end, my friends. But it’s more than that. Could it be that anger has been engineered into our culture to create persistent tension and mayhem?


Why We’re Really Angry


Perpetual anger will cause the best of us to eventually break down and burn up on the side of that proverbial road called life. Who in their right mind would keep the throttle open on an overheated engine anyway? Since it defies common sense one might speculate that our propensity to embody and maintain anger might be a product of conditioning.

We see it in the movies and watch it on TV. The hero carries a grudge and a Magnum caliber pistol. We cheer the moment the “bad guy” gets peppered with serious lead. Many of us seem to have the hammer pulled back and an itchy finger already on the trigger. We’re inundated with negativity and violence pretty much on a daily basis. We’ve known on some level that what society condones as “normal” is anything but normal. The architects of this matrix have managed to create considerable tension by installing a multi-tier system of law and order under some illusion that it is fair and equal. It is neither. This imbalance favors some more than others and is felt in nearly all aspects of society through the polarizing effects of economy, political and racial divides, religious extremism and institutionalized education. None of this charade is normal— yet we’re expected to digest it just the same.

So we go to work one day and finally unleash on a co-worker who’s been getting under our skin for a long time. Suddenly the battle is on. The co-worker is also a product of the same tainted system you’ve emerged from. And since they’ve seen the same movies as you, they will build their Hollywood inspired response and orchestrate a carefully planned counterattack. -Very silly stuff. Just say you’re sorry and be done with it. You need to save your energy for what really matters.

The psychopaths that control the world like it when we fight and squabble. It takes attention away from them. So as long as we’re angry with each other we simply can’t be angry with our puppet masters. And so right on cue a bit of news comes out that divides a nation. Comments run rampant on social media and news sources on whether we should hate a traitor or love a hero. So we burn up a lot of energy and time arguing with family, friends and neighbors. What a joke. The real question should be why the construct was built this way in the first place. We should stop behaving like addled spectators.


Final Thought


We live in a world that’s conducive of fear and anger. We must be mindful and ever vigilant of this fact and be aware that there are those who will exploit our energy. Don’t let them. We must defend our energy from the mundane and ridiculous and sharpen our wits for the dangerous and insane. You must love the people you hate. Yep- that’s the key. But that doesn’t mean you have to be buddies and go bowling every Thursday. Your role is important and will likely help others in the long run. So when we see something that appears out of balance, one must take appropriate action and apply the effort necessary to tip back the scale. Sure it takes some effort. -But so does staying mad. 

There’s no reason to remain angry. Set your intention on peaceful, daily cohabitation. Consider being empathic even when dealing with a terribly difficult person. You have an advantage. You can see this whole world as a stage. Any so-called adversary may not have this same reference. So you can remain above the fray of most any volatile situation and use the opportunity to impart some wisdom. No, we’re not immune to anger, but when that little red light flashes we know it’s time to pull over and cool down. 

Now more than ever cool heads must prevail. There are insidious forces embarking upon the Human race. They like it when we fight each other. It takes attention away from what’s really going on. It also lowers our spiritual acuity and that is especially important to those who call the shots. Angry people might think that being loud and forceful makes them more powerful. That might work in prison. The reality is those that are perpetually angry have a little ring in their nose and can be led most anywhere. They are highly controllable and the power elite know it. 

No, we’re not perfect. We are Human. And Humans are perfectly imperfect. And so that red cloud was really nothing more than a lot of hot wind and dust. It sure looked spooky from a distance. Such storms often do. It was kind of fun riding through it. Thanks for coming along. 


-Until next time


email: jwash@rattlereport.com

Article originally published at:

This content may be freely reproduced in digital form, provided this and all original links are included.


Picture credits: 



Image description
Image description


Image description


Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Truth and Lies Through Indigo Eyes

-by Julian Wash


Wednesday, September 10, 2014

And One By One They Too Shall Fall

-by Julian Wash


Thursday, August 21, 2014

Why Intelligent People Fear The Truth

-by Julian Wash


Thursday, August 7, 2014

Belief Systems and the Power Of Authority

-by Julian Wash


Thursday, July 24, 2014

Selling Illusions and the Dark Side Of Politics

-by Julian Wash

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

The Greatest Threat To Humankind - ETs Or Ourselves?

-by Julian Wash


Wednesday, July 9, 2014

A One World Religion is Already Here

-by Julian Wash


Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Where Are We When We’re Not Here?

-by Julian Wash


Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Tripping the Switch Fantastic 

-by Julian Wash


Wednesday, June 18, 2014

I Died With My Eyes Open

-by Julian Wash


Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Echo Down and the Tunnel Men

-by Julian Wash


Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Intention and the Dashboard Light 

-by Julian Wash


Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Nonconformity and the Normalcy Bias

-by Julian Wash


Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Hell Is Real, If You Can Believe It 

-by Julian Wash


Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Titles and Templates of Conformity 

-by Julian Wash


Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Maybe They're Not Human 

-by Julian Wash


Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Able Reset and the Download

-by Julian Wash


Wednesday, April 23, 2014

In the Shadow of Indifference

-by Julian Wash


Wednesday, April 16, 2014

They Want Us to Eat Meat

-by Julian Wash


Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Time Compression and the Psychonaut

-by Julian Wash


Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Illumination and the Artificial Womb

-by Julian Wash


Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Fever Slip and the Kingpin of Belief

-by Julian Wash


Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Sky Yellow and the Warning Bell

-by Julian Wash


Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Cold Shock and the Modality of Gradualism 

-by Julian Wash


Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Life at Three Degrees Out of Phase 

-by Julian Wash


Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Gnostic Palms and the Eye of the Handshake

-by Julian Wash


Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Valentines and a Rose for Emily

-by Julian Wash


Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Toxic Talk and Words of Feather

-by Julian Wash


Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Fifth Density and the Energy Trap

-by Julian Wash


Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Good Vibrations and the Song of Din

-by Julian Wash


Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Illusions and the Enigma of Sight

-by Julian Wash


Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Mind State and the Fallacy of Evolution

-by Julian Wash


Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Imaginary Flight and the Odyssey of Christmas

-by Julian Wash


Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Isolation and the Awakening Mind

-by Julian Wash


Tuesday, September 17, 2013
The News Syndicate and The Advent of Bridge Media


Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Building 7 and The Mass Awakening

-by Julian Wash


Tuesday, September 3, 2013

The ET Dilemmas and the Issue with Human Contact

-by Julian Wash


Monday, August 26, 2013

Phantom Limb and Transcending Consciousness

-by Julian Wash


Monday, August 19, 2013

Left Brain Worship and the Religion of Academia

-by Julian Wash


Monday, August 12, 2013

The External Immune System and the Power of Intention

-by Julian Wash


Monday, August 5, 2013

You Already Know Everything- You Just Forgot How to Remember 

-by Julian Wash


Monday, July 29, 2013

Willful Subjugation and the Surrendering to Authority

-by Julian Wash


Monday, July 22, 2013

Zeroing In Your Z-Ray and the Perilous Pursuit of Truth

-by Julian Wash


Monday, July 15, 2013

Architects of Society and the Power of Division

-by Julian Wash


Monday, July 8, 2013

The Hearing Sensitive and the Quantum Enveloping of Words

-by Julian Wash


Monday, July 1, 2013

Proximal Convergence and the Coalescing of Energy

-by Julian Wash


Monday, June 24, 2013 

Top 5 Reasons Humans Won't -or at Least Shouldn't Communicate Telepathically

-by Julian Wash



Wednesday, March 18, 2015

To See The Cage Is To Leave It

-by Abstract Aimee


Friday, November 7, 2014

Armageddon By Radiation: The Undisclosed Truth of the Fukushima Crisis 

-by Aimee Armageddon


Image description