Imp-unity or Im-punity –

‘There’s a spat in Morocco about muezzin being too loud. He’s bothering the eardrums of hotel patrons; the local imam jacked up the decibels with imunity. Bullying those who’d come for a restful visit to _________.-c(ould be anywhere).

Impunity – to do without punishment –or not to thought of as puny, for doing it. (As opposed to “punitive” – implies creating puniness).  Puny is to make small cartoonish- as in reducing to an outline of form- is easy to propagandize an egregore. Not necessarily undignifying, but can be.

In this case, the music – normally a reassuring call to observe a Holy moment, is being exaggerated and feels nuisance. (Maybe the imam feels no other way than that to express his anger at a thing the travelers are doing?)

To make a prisoner undignified though, debases both criminal and those who handle him- creates more challenging karma -especially for the latter who mete and inflict.


So puniness as “outline”, is an highlighted area of an entity’s form.

As judges, we focus on the criminal’s flaws. Phenotypic – as it appears in a particular context. The layer of photons bouncing off the dissimilar densities of one’s skin and air- while performing actions. With our corrections and advice, we want another being to seem as improved and somehow changed – do we not? Otherwise why bother incarcerating- just to make both warden and prisoner being into monsters? And yet for each individual- our warden and prisoner, if you looked with a little care, you would see how they perfectly played together astrologically.

Maybe in their next lifetimes, jailer and prisoner will ‘get to switch roles’?! Then they’ll find that out in their astrological family constellation therapy sessions.

Would your treatment be one you’d want to receive for similar ‘transgression’? Does your punishment reflect Golden Law of “Do unto others?” Or do your punishments extend beyond needs based- making restitution? As in, serves another’s economic needs beyond the ‘crime’s’ victims?

 ‘Perception’ entails use of  our inherited operating system-nerve and brain neuron bodies, what we see hear and smell- forms our reality. When told or witnessed a thing repeatedly, whether in real life or TV, our soma doesn’t know the difference. 

Whether real or virtual, you might be immersed in a world of lies and delusions – on which everyone agrees -but then time will prove false- and unnecessary.

Even the worst of situations and events have their silver linings revealed  as being essential (needed) for hu(e)-man’s creative evolution.

[But you also can evolve without so much dr-ama. As each generation gets closer to understanding consciously how we are light matter – affecting each other by the power of energetic coherence, may it be so we learn better to manage ourselves- to lift a lesser up by offering them stepping stones (without the fanfare)].


BTW, the imams can do whatever they want about blasting their music- but they are repelling from being Muslim – which I think is awfully sad. Might even count as an ab-omination. Travelers are looking for something – otherwise why leave home’s creature comforts? The beauty of Islam really shines where the noise is sullying.

And turning people away is a loss for all, when there is SO much beauty to be had in the practice of Islam’s religion.

(Though personally, I’d want to as much visit a temple or synagogue – to keep a balance between G-d and family – much like “the”Pi” – the book character. Add that with my practicing Christianity, I’d get to celebrate all the holidays! Who knows, then life might feel more spirit than earthy – with time for work in between them.)

Unfortunately, I can’t choose any religion that denies how others ‘make time’ for G-d in their life. I also could never make any oaths that there is but one prophet. The west had Edgar Casey. Personally, I like logic and probabilities- but sometimes it takes a ‘nightmare’ to reach us.

A prophet, pro-phet could be pro-fat or pro- fete, as speaking to a thriving life’s force needs- in their unique context.  Heck, a prophet can be anyone; especially look to the ‘dark’ ones – those perhaps darker in skin tone, but from the inside glowing. I’m sure I’ve met a few already.

By Dr. Jen Wyman-Clemons, MD

Dr. Wyman-Clemons treats the body, mind, emotions as well as spiritual wellness using tools described by established teachers and authors and her own experiences as she experiences an ongoing sense of (loving) energetic intrusion (possession) since 2019. She has ~thirty years of clinical experience as an allergy and internal medicine physician (ABAI, ABIM) has completed requirements to practice as a yoga teacher, USUI Reiki Master, and astrologer.

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