What does the Chinese-Arab unholy alliance, vis-a-vis the USA, symbolize within us, and how should we heal it?
Romantic and family relationships take maturity and work to be successful. It is often the relationships with those closest to us that are the most challenging. That's why I have called these relationships, 'temples of initiation'. In looking through our life, for the unholy alliances to heal by proxy — in order to undo political alliances that are formed to dominate, subjugate, or reduce other nations — our close relationships should be examined first.
It is there where we can find possible alliances with sympathetic others willing to lend an ear to our grievances; willing to sympathize, commiserate, and affirm our cause. Relationships should be built on our strengths, not our weaknesses; on inspiration rather than unfulfilled needs; on the recognition of our self-sovereignty, rather than our fear of abandonment or our need for affirmation.
It is in the mistaken belief that strength lies in numbers, rather than in ourselves, that such 'unholy alliances' form. It is in replacing their need-based foundations with mutually beneficial inspiration, that we, as the sacred government, ensure world peace.