“As the title of this compilation clearly indicates, it appears the conditions for a global crisis of mammoth proportions are now gathering as the world economy is set to implode, the nuclear catastrophe in Japan is set to get much worst, the food crisis is set to worsen and many other political, humanitarian and environmental conflagrations are set to degenerate.
“The example of calm behavior displayed by people in Japan could be something many of us may soon have to emulate as we will do our best to adapt to our personal deteriorating circumstances and tap our deep well of spiritual resources to help other less well prepared souls to adjust and turn these tribulations into a perfect opportunity to set in motion the real deep spiritual, cultural and personal changes necessary to cocreate a Golden Era of Peace, Love and harmony on Earth.”
I understand that the author counsels calm, but the jolt of fear and panic from the first paragraph and from the articles in the compilation may be enough to undo most readers. And I suspect that at least some of those articles have been written to spread fear and alarm.
What is missing in creating this compilation, in my opinion, is an intelligent application of the Law of Attraction. No matter what changes we see around us, if we descend into fear, dread, and anxiety over them, we attract to ourselves those very conditions. We’ve probably heard it said quite a few times recently that Ascension will not be a one-size-fits-all event, but that what our experience of it will be rests largely on what we open ourselves to, how much we raise our vibrations.
Again I suspect that whether or not we attract to ourselves participation in the negative side of Earth changes may also depend on whether we venture into or stay out of fear.
So I suppose I’d just like to mention to readers of this regular compilation, and to others who read some of the more aggressive and emotional lightworkers, that this is exactly the time for us as lightworkers to draw on all we’ve learned to remain aloof from fear, anger, anxiety and all other emotions which will draw to us a future we probably would not want if we considered things in a balanced frame of mind.
This is a time to remain in the center.
Remember that the center, the place of equanimity, the place of leaning neither to the left nor the right, of maintaining balance and serenity is where all exciting things can be found. It isn’t a dead place. I’m willing to bet that it’s the only place in which love and joy will consent to arise.
It is said that the Self can be seen reflected in the placid waters of an unruffled mind, that a candle never flickers in a windless place. This counsel reflects the belief that remaining in the center avoids the ups and downs, noise and interference of extremes.
In all cases, where the best things in life are to be found is exactly in the mystical center and not on the extremes of fear or anger, dread or hatred. Meditation, reflection, remembrance as a practice are all designed to anchor us in it.
My own suggestion is to fall in love with the center, develop the ability to make microdistinctions about the center, and practice abiding there in calm self-observation and self-remembrance. And at no time in our lives will it repay us more than now.