August 4, 2012 in Spirituality
I’ve written this past week about how to respond to the information we receive from mainstream media (MSM), alternative media (AM), and news predictors (NP). In addition, I have written about how to respond when information comes from personal sources in a cryptic manner.
Today, I tie this information together and put a bow on it.
There are some who say the news stories don’t matter. They say this information doesn’t concern them. They say they don’t need it to live a fulfilling life. They say what takes place in our world has no direct influence on their day to day lives. They say there is lots of speculation about things that haven’t happened yet and probably won’t happen.
I suggest that this isolationist point of view is only appropriate for a short period of time, when an individual is taking a retreat or vacation.
The reason is simple.
Universally, we are all one. Therefore, even the most isolated person will be affected by the happenings in our world. This effect may be mental, spiritual, emotional, physical, or a combination of all.
Those who choose to ignore or dismiss the happenings in our world handicap themselves. History has shown that those who made this choice in the past often faced unexpected surprises with difficult choices. This disrupted their peace and, in some cases, led to violent conflict.
As we move our world towards peace and the freedom that goes with it, I believe it is important to recognize the strategies of those who oppose this peace.
This awareness includes seeing how we are already making great progress on the road to peace.
The internet has given us access to information at an ever increasing pace.
Instead of waiting years to realize the truth behind events like the JFK and MLK assassinations, more people can see the patterns in current events much quicker.
This recognition makes it more difficult for the warmongers to deceive the world.
We can notice the inconsistencies in the situations in Colorado.
We can recognize the issues with the banks.
We can quickly share the things we see in our skies.
This combination of information, which I believe is tied directly to the forthcoming changes, allows us to prepare our peaceful responses.
- We respond mentally by being aware of what is taking place in our world.
- We respond spiritually by connecting with source on a daily basis to gain perspective on the information we receive.
- We respond emotionally by participating in a small community of like-minded people to share that perspective.
- We respond physically by maintaining healthy lifestyle choices and acquiring sustenance items in the event that those who oppose peace disrupt our infrastructure.
Notice that the first step in this process is awareness. This comes, as we understand how to decipher the messages we are receiving.
To do this, we must learn to look for the intersection of information in all of our sources so that we can accurately and purposefully develop and plan the peaceful response.
i have spent the past week writing about how to do this. I invite you to join me in this process.