As I rest up over here, I’m mulling over a number of things. I see that it makes no sense for one person to try to cover everything relevant that’s happening. To do so is to invite burnout. So I’ve abandoned the resolve to publish all the best channeled messages and all the most relevant news.
In asking myself what I will publish, it becomes equally obvious to publish only what I feel absolutely moved to. Among channels, that would be a very small number of sources. And those sources would only be people whom I would feel moved to include in First Contact. If I wouldn’t include them in that compendium, then why publish their material more broadly?
In fact, I see that what I really wish to do is to build the First Contact compendium and then translate that into articles here. Given that I can’t do all things, if I’m to choose what I want to do, that relationship would be it: work materials into First Contact and then translate them into articles on The 2012 Scenario.
That means I wouldn’t be publishing daily necessarily, just as, say, David Wilcock or Lauren Gorgo don’t publish daily.
It feels important to me to remain as a publisher of material rather than as an administrator. It’s not my desire to be coordinating others but to be researching and writing myself. So I’ll be keeping my work within limits. not allowing it to grow, such that I need to depart from being a one-man show. If my workload grows, I’ll eliminate elements of it until it comes back within a manageable range.
That’s where I’ve gotten with things so far, as I continue to rest and bring down the stress level. Perhaps today I’ll begin going back over past issues of SaLuSa, Matthew, Saul and AA Michael and making sure that I have all their material in First Contact, just doing a modicum of the most enjoyable work and gradually getting myself into a working space, while resting as much as I need.