“The first major steps toward a full disclosure were just taken as of the Tom DeLonge / I Team group’s announcement on Saturday, December 16, 2017,” David Wilcock writes in his latest briefing.
I’d like to reproduce the article David points to and add a short comment as prelude, if you’d allow me.
My comment is not about the I Team’s mission. It’s more about a sign of the times – the news presenters’ reactions to reporting on the team of UFO investigators.
Gone is the embarrassed snickering (well, almost) and high-toned ridicule. Now one of the presenters congratulated another for having “been on the story” from the beginning.
Watching news presenters go through a switch from snickering and ridiculing to congratulating each other on covering the story triggered predictable egoic responses from me like “how dare you?” “I told you so,” and “I knew all that ten years ago.”
But I know the object of all our work together is to bring all conflict on the planet to an end without leaving a residue of resentment that might give birth to future conflict.
Conflict must end with us.
I personally want to practice forgiveness of others, about which I’m learning from Kathleen, and at the same time forgetfulness of self. The ego resents others and praises itself. It’d be the ego that gives cause for future resentment.
We must create a return to planetary normalcy. That will take work on all our parts.
From discussions dating back to 2008, I know that the team that put together the 4000+ indictments has worked meticulously and carefully, observing human and universal laws. Their treatment of recalcitrants, I’m led to believe, will be merciful and fair, but also supported by the akashic records if need be.
As the cabal’s sequestering of ET technology and denial of extraterrestrial existence is exposed, we’re called upon to remain non-judgmental and to forgive what is freely let go of.
I can only speak for myself, but for me any newly-learned behavior will take practice to become a new way of being. I’m now called upon to practice forgiveness.
All of this is challenging and cannot be managed successfully if I cling to ‘the way things have always been.’
(Concluded in Part 2, below.)