• Remember we are the Shakespeare of our drama. We cause everything. We hire the actors who will behave in such a way that we get the result we expect. Our play is called Blame.

    Complaining kitty It is a lot like the Victim and Bully Game. We practice finding fault with just about everything to get our blood pumping and then we get others to join in the fun. The object is to cause an upset. A good strategist plans ahead, doing little annoying things or creating doubt about our activities. Then suddenly our mark explodes blaming us for being irresponsible, faithless or disloyal, whatever.

    We pretend innocence, extol our virtues, deny everything, remain calm, composed and superior or we lose our cool. Either way, this is a loser's game. We lose self-respect, peace and love. However, for a few moments or hours, it was exciting. After all, what is exciting in our life, game shows and sports on TV? What challenges us, how to work the latest cell phone, driving on the freeway?

    The human being has taken all the adventure out of life and made it a safe but miserable, boring game instead. We put a toy in the hands of children that plays war games on the big TV screen. They manipulate the action with their fingers and shoot or blow up people or monsters. If the hero is hit, he  magically gets up and continues. Life ever after.

    We play this game in real life and forget death is real. If we get hit, another takes our place, which fails to matter, we are so overpopulated. It is the excitement and for a brief moment we feel alive. Otherwise we just pretend life is exciting, fighting and arguing with each other over nothing. The real world is full of magic, opportunities and adventure. Instead of watching virtual life on TV, we could retrain ourselves to have the magic of a real life. We could start by taking a walk in nature without earplugs or binoculars.

    31 Responses to BLAME GAME

    1. cheap says:

      I'm grateful for the blog post. Really looking forward to read more. We all blame something else. How unusual for someone to take the responsibility for what they cause. Look at divorce and the kind of mud slinging that makes lawyers rich.

      Great comment, yes indeed. Everyone gets rich on that fact that everyone blames someone else for the problems they cause. Problems are non existent in the natural world because we made them up. Everything is the perfect result of what caused it and what caused it is perfect. If we think negatively we cause what we perceive to be negative. If we think everything is perfect, then our results are perfect. You do see how this works. Let us go for a perfect positive way of being and thinking and attain peace on earth and have the adventure of a lifetime. Wow what a concept! Love, Oracle Jai

    2. TubsUnini says:

      Aw, this was a seriously nice post, I thought. But I would like to put it in writing as well. A lot of time, thought and effort went into creating this incredibly fantastic article- but what can I say?- I procrastinate a lot and appear to get nothing done. Tubs

      Procrastination is a good thing. If you hesitate or do something else, you are following your inner guide. The only difficulty with that is what you believe your life is about. If it is about being great, happy, loving, prosperous, safe, having fun, then fine that is what you will create for yourself and avoid anything that would cause you stress, sickness or stress. If it is negative then your avoidance will definitely give you negative results. It is just a matter of causing the effect you desire. Love, Oracle J.

    3. Ricardo says:

      I'd like to thank you for the lifetime you have spent to learn what you have put into writing this site. I am hoping to view all your posts and learn your wisdom, so I too can join in the group that is becoming positive just by the luck of running into your blog. I have come across a wise idea here and there but none seem to have it all across the board. I look forward to reading your new posts as well as repeating the ones I have read so far. Thanks for sharing.

      Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us. We will together make a difference, eventhough we do it personally. Love, Oracle Jai.

    4. Matt says:

      By deciding your initial tone early on in your compositions you have an extremely good basis for eliminating the main problem with society and its reporting. I could contribute  more information regarding global warming but that is a red herring, as you pointed out in another post. We are looking at terrorists, global warming, health care, poverty, bank loans, how to get laid and no one is even glancing at the real problem: rising population that is already causing everything necessary to life to disappear.

      Needless to say I went into a sever depression. My family got me to a doctor who gave me drugs instead of a solution. My family is concerned about what they will do when the cash is gone, instead of finding a solution. You have the only solution that will work and we need everyone to get it. Still my family occupies themselves with the TV, news, phones and shopping as if things will get better all on their own without any help or responsibility on their part. I am still depressed and I know the solution!

      Oh you poor dear. Apply the solution. Go to the mirror, smile, laugh, and feel silly and happy. Leave thoughts, worry, drugs and solutions away. Just laugh. Remember you are being sane, they are the crazy ones. However soon you will have them laughing too. Be sure to watch Dr. Emotto's pictures on the side bar. The solution is personal. Love, Oracle Jai

    5. Woolrich says:

      What's up, namely I observe that learning from textbooks is a waste of time. They are wrong, regardless of the subject, unless it is how to put machines together, bridges up, build cars etc. No one seems to know how to get happy, stay happy, healthy and rich. They certainly do not know how to live in harmony with the world at large or even each other. Finally someone knows how to teach what is most important in life and that is how to live. Not in our stupid, degrading civilizations but in the natural world.

      No one anywhere talks about decreasing the birth rate by just not having babies. Get fixed. In fact I am all for fixing newborn babies all around the world. That should help!. In fact all eighteen year olds, both sexes should be drafted for sterilization for two years, if they do not volunteer. They are drafted to go to war and get killed. This is certainly a better way and no one dies. Here's to you guys.  Woolrich

      What a clever idea. For two years. Probably is not enough time but the threat is there, if the young adult fails to continue to volunteer to get sterile, the draft will continue. They certainly will change society. Without children the girl will want to earn a living and find a way to get skilled. In fact if they are sterile, sex is just another activity to engage in if desired. The fear that she will get pregnant and the two will have to marry or be dammed forever will disappear. I'll bet a lot of sex is for that reason alone.

      Well, why limit it to the youth? Those women who keep having children should be drafted right along with her husband. I think you have something there. There can be no exemptions. On that cheery hope for a sane future, Love, Oracle Jai

    6. LeonardoColeman says: is incredible ! Leonardo

      Thanks for telling us your thoughts and we hope you keep coming back to read more. Love Oracle J.

    7. Dezarn says:

      This blog was really Relevant!! Finally I’ve found something worth reading that makes sense. We have lost the sense of adventure. We just go through the motions until we die. Nothing is exciting, love is at a minimal or non existent. Sports do not turn me on anymore. I used to get a thrill at the game but now there is too much traffic, too many people and it is too expensive. You are right people get off on being rude, mean and violent. Look at our movies, the news and TV. Stop the world I want to get off too. It looks like I will have to learn to love me if I am go get any love or excitement in my life. Many thanks!

      Hahahahaha, when you put it like that it does sound funny but true. Try it, you'll like it. Of course I mean do it 100%. Move out of the big city. Take a walk on the wild side without earplugs, phones or cameras. Oh my, all by your lonesome in nature. It may take a while to get used to. I loved sailing myself for that is a whole new world out there to become a part of. To each his/her own. Love, Oracle Jai

    8. Olivia says:

      I Thank my father who told me to go to your website and read any blog that I might be interested in. So I just read the the Blame Game and it is really great. I know most of us rarely own up to our responsibility. It is like it is important to put someone down, find their faults and gossip about them. Disgusting and yet I know I blame the government, drug companies, gasoline companies, farmers and scientists for causing our problems. Now I see things differently and will continually check me when I am about to blame someone. I checked out some of your other blogs and you are truly amazing. I will love coming here often. Thanks.

      Thanks to Dad and you. We all love compliments, thanks for spreading them around. Love, Oracle Jai

    9. Jesus says:

      I needed to write you again to say thanks for another great blog, regarding the pleasant advice you have featured here. We do blame others and circumstances for our problems. It is so natural not to take responsibility for what we cause to happen. You point out that this keeps us powerless in a world of people trying to use us and take advantage or even harm us. We have the power to protect us but think we cannot. This is a great knowledge and I wonder why we have not stumbled on it before.

      It is very generous you to give your thoughts so freely, when others want money for less inspiring thoughts and even perpetuate the problems we all suffer. Since your information is to benefit us instead of you, we find it more appealing. Hopefully we try harder to grasp what you propose. I'm certain there are many more fun moments in the future for individuals that read through your blog post. I look forward to your next one.

      Money comes to me effortlessly because I believe it does. I am grateful that I grew up in a household that fostered inquiry, thinking and analyzing why we do what we do and how to get what we want. This is so rare, I know of no other household like it. I need people to have the training I had plus gaining the knowledge science is uncovering about how our brain and body works, what it needs to be healthy and smart. We need to live successfully in the world, in love with the natural forces instead of trying to conquer and control them. Love is more powerful than control and we better learn this right now. Thanks for reading and commenting. Love, Oracle Jai

    10. global says:

      Jesus Christ there is a lot of spammy feedback on this website. Have you actually thought about attempting to get rid of them or installing a WordPress plugin?

      Thanks for your comment. I am content. My message is for everyone, even Spammy. Love, Oracle Jai

    11. Carlos says:

      Definitely this blog is very informative and neatly designed. Really you've motivated me strongly in my new project to take responsibility for my actions and stop blaming anyone or anything because of this article. I am a constant reader of your blog I want to tell you that your writing skills are superb.

      The world will be a better, safer place with you in it. Thanks, Love, Oracle Jai

    12. great says:

      This is one awesome post. Really thank you! I will try to make sure I blame no one for anything. That will be hard as I blame the government for using war as a means to get money, oil, land or put their friends in business selling weapons, change their government or for the fun of it, keeping soldiers busy. Now that I think of it, you are right I blame everyone. Teachers for not teaching what is necessary in this day and age, mother for not being a good mother, farmers for poisoning all of us to get more product and the list goes on and on. If they are not at fault, who is? I certainly am not! And I do not forgive them for killing this earth and taking us with it. Write more please.

      You are so right. I encourage you to continually tell yourself that this is the perfect result of the way we behave. Perhaps you behave correctly, see the problems and encourage people to stop having children, so we can reduce the population naturally until we learn to love ourselves unconditionally. Loving ourselves all the time is the first step to take for any problem we have caused, which includes getting angry at others. When you feel the anger and injustice rising in you, keep telling yourself this is the perfect result of what caused this result and I rejoice for the universal laws will take care of it. You do know what happens to rats when they over populate an area. The eat all the food available, go crazy, kill each other and die out.

      Only you can change you and only you. So get those joyous peptides flowing throughout your body and let all the rest go. When you get angry, you only hurt yourself and those in your environment, which is why the government and powerful get to have their way. Watch Dr. Emotto's short video on the side bar. Play your own game and leave them to theirs. Thank you so much for your contribution to world peace. Love, Oracle Jai

    13. Milda Doidge says:

      Thanks so much! It is genuinely wonderful to realize what blame does to us. Accept responsibility for what happens in our life. That is so foreign. Need to think about it! Aren't my parents to blame for training me to be like I am? You keep saying that. Milda

      Thank you Milda, blame is a concept that fails to exist. Our parents are like us, we copied them. We must copy them that is the way. Choice is also a fantasy. Now when we realize this, there is only acceptance for what is and then we can be free to do as we like, with whom we think we are and want to be. What kind of a life do we want to cause? Come back to visit. Love, Oracle Jai

    14. Rickey says:

      My cousin told me to read this post. I was surprised to find that it was just what I needed. You're intelligence is awesome. Thanks! Rickey

      Rickey, we are all taught that we have no control and we know it from being pushed around and told what to do and not to do. It is no wonder we continue to avoid even wondering what we want since someone will tell us that is impossible. Put all that aside. you are responsible for everything in your life. Be the director, writer and actor of your play. Thank your cousin for me, Love, Oracle Jai 

    15. Alejandrina says:

      Its like you read my mind! You seem to know a lot about blaming and not taking responsibility for what we cause. I have been blamed for this and that all my life and I blame others. I am tired of this and I find me on your site reading the Blame Game. Must be time to change. 

      Yep, it is time to change from being negative to positive. It takes persistence but the rewards of a life of love, joy, health, prosperity and always being safe while having fun is worth it. Love, Oracle Jai

    16. Carlton says:

      Your article is astonishing. The clarity is amazing and I assume you're an expert on this subject. Is that you kayaking over the falls? I look forward to your next post. Thanks a million and please keep up the great work. Carlton

      Thank you for coming and making such a nice compliment. A new post is coming right up. If you have a subject you would like me to write about please tell me and that is some desperate nut trying a stunt like that over those falls. Love Oracle Jai

    17. Randi says:

      Hey there, your design is really different then most blogs and instead of blaring in our ear about their product, your sounds soothes us. I love something unique. Your posts are unique as well. the Blame Game, catchy and right on. We are trained from birth to point to someone else. I am reading all your posts. What more exciting news awaits me? It is such a relief to get what we need without having to listen and watch a video that at the end, instead of getting the answer, we get the shaft! I was going to start up a blog but now why should I bother. I could not do or say any better.

      Thanks for your different comment. Yes, take on the truth for what you have is the result of your thoughts, beliefs and actions. When we take responsibility, we are free to have the life we want. We become our own Shakespeare. Love, Oracle Jai

    18. Thao says:

      Exceptional post however I was wanting to know if you could write a little more on this subject? I'd be very grateful if you could elaborate a little bit further. Appreciate it!

      OK. Stop blaming anyone, anything, any circumstance, including yourself. Is that now clear? We are responsible for our perceptions and automatic behavior that our parents trained us to have. It was negative and the results are always negative. In order to have a positive life we must realize this truth, the way it is and change the negative to be positive. Just do it. It will seem odd and unbelievable at first.

      Do it anyway. War is good because it is the perfect result of the way people think and behave. Terrorists are great for they are created by the illusion of what we are trained to believe. Etc. We can do this and change the world. We can finally have peace and goodwill run the world of humans. Love, Oracle Jai

    19. Jackie Couillard says:

      I simply want to say I am very new to this Blame Game and yet I play it all the time. I love this web site. I am becoming so aware of who I really am. I am really checking out how many times I blame the government, the weather, my family, friends and co-workers for what I have caused. I thank you so much for opening my eyes. You have so many impressively well written articles. Thanks a lot for bringing these ideas to our attention.

      Thank you for becoming enlightened. Once you start, it snowballs. Join the reformers. Welcome aboard. Life will just get better and better for you. Love, Oracle Jai

    20. Stronę says:

      I ended up here quite by accident, but glad I did. I thought this post was excellent. I get my kicks driving on the freeway. I don't know who you are but definitely you are going to a famous blogger. Cheers!

      Thank you for taking the time to tell me this was a good post. I used to get my kicks on the freeway, driving a little too fast so I would be alert, like my Daddy told me. Love, Oracle J.

    21. Clinton says:

      Bookmarked!!, I like your site! I read several of your posts. The Blame Game especially caught my eye. I am a skier and I think that is a really difficult downhill. Is he really good or just nuts. I love adventure but prefer to keep my neck attached to my back bone!! You really hit the nail on the head in writing that we live life vicariously. We have removed the thrill of living on the edge of the jungle, top of mountains, in woods, the wilderness and/or the sea. Let us go back to that.

      I agree completely with your position on every blog I have read thus far and I assume that agreement will continue. I am more than a fan and believer. I am looking in the mirror and telling myself I am loving, a genius and free to have the life I want. I feel better doing whatever it is that I am doing, thanks to you.

      I love your comment. I too prefer real adventure in nature and I guess you read I am a sailor. I also live in the jungle and have lived in the woods. Once I was free of my childhood I left the big cities and lived in smaller communities. The people are the same everywhere, no matter the size of the town. They never realize they live in paradise.

      The dollar has cuffed their heart and lungs. To breath free they must realize what they are doing, look in the mirror and love that image. I do my part. They have to do theirs. It is personal. Love, Oracle Jai

    22. Kandi says:

      The Blame Game post is full of good information and advice. Knowing that I was trained to see, think and feel that everyone else is responsible for what I do is a revelation. I do not need to blame those who do not know what and why they are the way they are. I want to direct them to this site.  I was able to find good advice from your articles and now I am going to accept that I have the power to run my own life. I feel great with this news. Wow. Thanks,

      And thanks for that Wow. I want to make a major difference in people's lives so they make a difference in the world. It is personal and if more people make it personal, not a movement, the counter attack will not happen. Love, Oracle Jai

    23. Google says:

      We like to honor sites that offer really great material in a beautiful, insightful, intelligent manner. You are one of them.

      Thank you Google. We think you are terrific as well, Love, Oracle Jai

    24. Freddy says:

      Guys and gals must have a great heart. You can't be a selfish person, otherwise, you want everything for yourself and blame others when you do not have what you want. We need to learn more about being grateful about what we do have and the world will be a lot better place. Thanks, I have been searching for info about this subject but it is difficult to put the right words, in order to get the right information. I am glad I found your site, it is the best I’ve found. However I do not understand your conclusion.

      Are you certain the solution to the world's problems is being self centered? You’re obviously very intelligent and you understand the danger of all economic financial institutions. You understand it is the quality of life that is important not the accumulation of things, false money and power. People are silent about what is happening and that is going to be the biggest down side to saving the planet. Sometimes, yelling could be the better choice.

      Thanks for your comment. So you are unconvinced that loving yourself is the primary action to take now and always, forever in the future. Speaking out your love is fine so others catch on. Shouting is detrimental to life because it draws attention to your freedom from the clutches of the powerful. If they suspected a movement they are in a position to kill everyone involved in loving themselves unconditionally.

      Just make it  personal and we will love everything and everyone. It feels soo good and life is soo much fun that gratitude is a given and happens continually. Try it, stick to it and you will see I am right. Love, Oracle Jai

    25. Leona says:

      If some one needs expert view regarding responsibility, I advise him/her to pay a visit this post. It is easy now to see how I came to blame others. My parents always blamed me. I love this site. Such good information and it is beautiful and peaceful in this hectic world. I am going on adventures too without planning ahead. What fun! Keep up the good work for I will keep returning.

      Thanks, I will. Thanks for the encouraging comment. When you watch what you do without plans, life is a great adventure. Trust you, your cells know what you will encounter when you trust. Love, Oracle Jai

    26. Joleen says:

      Great post. I was checking continuously this blog and I am impressed! Very useful information specially the last part instead of watching virtual life on TV we could have a real one. This is so true and I really appreciate you calling it like it is. I was looking for this all my life, growing up with the TV as a babysitter, without even knowing it. Thank you and best of luck.

      Thank you Joleen, a pretty name, get outside in nature, woods, rivers, oceans and smell the flowers, hear the birds, feel the wind, talk to a dragon fly. Life is waiting. Love, Oracle Jai

    27. Archeage Gold says:

      I'm obviously the sole finnish guy to visit your blog.

      Is that Finnish as in Finland. It certainly is not obvious to me or anyone else. Could you clarify your statement. Love, Oracle J.

    28. Jones says:

      Your style is so unique compared to other people I've read stuff from. Most people, if not all, refuse to live in the real world. They just pretend things are different and prefer their hamburger, fries, ice cream and cookies to real, nourishing food of life and blame others because they are sick. Thanks for posting your wisdom. I for one will learn and change so I too can live in paradise.

      You are right and we need everyone to wake up and smell the roses, eat nourishing, organic food and make sure that we do not use what kills us, such as gasoline driven machines, wood that needs to be living and giving the world oxygen and causing rain, having more children when we do not love ourselves or them unconditionally, and borrowing money, to mention a few. Love, Oracle Jai

    29. Ed says:

      I must voice my respect for your kind-heartedness supporting us who constantly blame others for the way things happen. We blame everything and everyone, as well as us. We do need to grow up and take responsibility for our world. I really needed assistance with this concept. Your commitment to passing the solution through out your site, turned out to be extremely advantageous. You empower women, especially women just like me, to attain their objectives. Your amazing informative tutorial indicates a lot of real wisdom and truth. Thanks a ton; from each one my office colleagues.

      Thanks for your amazing comment. We really appreciate it. Keep reading and commenting please. Love, Oracle Jai

    30. Marine says:

      The Blame Game, what a great article. We are always blaming someone else, actually I often blame myself. But blame is made up even for me. I really got a lot out of this post. I promise I will never blame anyone, me or anything else, like the weather or circumstances. You are right, an adult would take responsibility for what they cause. Of course my parents, brothers and sisters never do. This is going to make such a difference in my life. I intend to come here once a day and read another. There is a great deal of really important information here. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.

      Thanks for sharing your thoughts. They do further the post and all readers in their quest for a safe, happy, loving, healthy, prosperous adenture. love, Oracle Jai

    31. OB1 says:

      Good day! This is my first visit to your blog! I am starting a new project to change my life. Your blog provided me with the beneficial information I need. You have done a marvelous job! I will begin to love all of me and blame no one for what I create in my life. What concepts so against the order of humans. What freedom. Thanks for your incite and I thank me for finding this blog at the right time. It feels sooooo good.

      I am glad to see you read the post as well as the comments. You are on your way, commitment is the first step in any improvement. Love, Oracle Jai

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