(Continued from Part 1/3.)
Spirit always has a way to get our attention, though, and if we ignore the tap on the shoulder, maybe next time it’ll be a more urgent reminder.
Best be receptive to the nudges, in my experience. And I wonder if ignoring the outer world we live in might also eventually bring an unexpected, sudden and potentially overwhelming flood of truth.
For some, a simple acceptance that there’s a war on for control of Humanity is enough. We each get to decide the speed and depth of our own unique assimilation of information.
We’ve also learned throughout our individual journeys that what we give our attention to grows larger in our experience. So do we follow the news with discernment or do we feel that we’re more able to do our energy work if we remain consciously unaware?
When we withdraw from learning whatever new thing has developed on the World Stage, are we helping it to go away? If we ignore it, does that make it then irrelevant to our experience?
Matt Kahn opines that unless a thing is in our immediate surrounding, it doesn’t exist for us. I wonder, though, if being passive about how Humanity has been (as my dear friend loves to say),”rid hard and put up wet” gives the message that it’s okay to have manipulated the whole of Humanity for service-to-self reasons.
Maybe it’s different for each of us, because we all do have a role to play. It’s okay to be fierce if that’s what we came here to be. In fact, it may feel positively necessary to be so.
Anger has a Sacred Purpose just as any other powerful Human emotion. It alerts us to transgressions which we can then make choices around and take action on.
I get the joy, but the anger escapes me. When we’re faced with information contrary to what we thought we knew, what we’ve grown comfortable believing, and we reject it for exactly that reason, it becomes a self-imposed limitation.
I’m feeling pretty done with limitation, myself. What if it really is true that Trump is part of a plan forged by a Patriotic Alliance with the long game in mind, to finally extricate the world from the grip of actual evil? Do we really want to discount that notion because of the people involved and how we feel about them?
Many are starting to consider that it might be exactly that way. The evidence, when one follows Q and declines to consume the narrative that the MSM tries ever more desperately to feed us, is actually quite compelling.
(Concluded in Part 3/3.)
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