Before I disclose coming announcements regarding civil disturbance and Earth changing events, I think it is important to gain a foundation regarding the nature of news which will be coming forth.
Over the next hours, days, and weeks I will be sending out what will be extraordinary breaking news occurrences and developments. I feel it is most important to maintain a sense of groundedness and empowerment. The upcoming articles will be alarming, and there is the risk of setting off inherent defense triggers every human possess. It is this very necessary ‘fight or flight’ defense posture which is ‘hard wired’ for survival. However, it is also this very human and compulsory reflex which can work against us.
It will be up to each and every one of us, to stride toward minimizing, or perhaps better stated ‘preparing’, for events ahead which could generate distorted ’cause and effect’ reactions, often triggered by past experiences. It is also important to have some understanding of our ability, or inability, to handle rapid change. It is my belief we will need to practice our innate skills and powers of adaptability.
As events unfold in the next days and weeks, it will be more important than ever before to sharpen our coping skills and survivor instincts. This preparation involves the whole being such as: Physical (basic survival equipment); Mental (ability to handle stress, anxiety, fear, bewilderment); Spiritual (having a sense of purpose, a understanding of process, evolution, transition, and synchronicity. I might add, a general understanding of cycles does present a sorted level of comfort and you may find some assurance that you are just going crazy.
Here In-Lies My Dilemma
There have been several studies on how the public at large would react to sudden, shocking, and possible life threatening scenarios. Examples: 1) Nuclear Attack 2) Natural Disasters 3) Asteroid heading directly at Earth.
On Sept. 11th 2001, and the following days, weeks, and months, various government officials on our television screens arguing for and against allowing the public to be informed of the when-where-how of what happened, and what is going to happen. We heard it was not wise to disclose information which would “panic” the public out of a fear of anarchy, violence, suicides, and general civil-unrest. It was argued, the better way to “minimize” panic was through informing the public of very real and ongoing events, thereby giving the public a chance to understand, prepare and adjust to whatever threats were announced.
My studies have directed me to the latter argument of ‘disclosure’. I believe it is far better to assist in minimizing shock and surprise through education, information and preparation. The theory of ‘omission’ to better serve the public is simply out-dated, assuming it was ever useful at all. I believe we have evolved significantly in our abilities to acquire and process news as it occurs, regardless of its imminent dangers.
Therefore, I have decided to disclose information to you as I receive it. I trust that you can, and will, use your gift of “discernment”. Yes, it is true that many could be prone to suffer negative reactions such as PTSD consequences, but at this time, I believe it is better to be “aware and prepare”. In fact, there are studies which state clearly it is the action of being “aware and prepare” which will minimize the effects of shock, denial and bewilderment.