CRISIS CONVERSION STEP #1: by Cathy D. Slaght
Your energy system works like this:
1. Each of us is the sole thinker in our individual world.
2. As we choose the thoughts we think, we create thinking patterns.
3. These thinking patterns create neural net pathways in the brain.
4. These pathways pull in, from the infinite matrix which has EVERYTHING to offer, what WE are thinking.
So, first step in converting a crisis to what it's SUPPOSED to be- an opportunity- is to not focus on what happened.
ESPECIALLY don't do this right before going to sleep at night.
This applies to any type of crisis- from large scale, world-wide, all the way down to a broken fingernail.
It means not thinking about it any more than is absolutely necessary.
The more thought, or focus, you put into it, the more set the neural net pathways are to pull in the same, or even worse. (That's my biggest argument for turning off the news, especially in times of national or global chaos.)
Some say that another way to explain this is that our energy serves as a magnet. It pulls in a similar energy to what's being put out. For example, if you worry, you pull in more to worry about.
Any way you want to explain it is fine, as long as you get this basic and IMPORTANT concept-
What you think, on both a conscious and unconscious level, is what you get.
In addition to thinking about a situation, this also includes TALKING TO OTHERS about it.
For example, how many people do you know who talk incessantly about how broke they are, or how pitiful their love life is?
How about those who talk about how horrible the government is, or the despicable state of the world?
This endless hashing and re-hashing could set you up to pull in more of the same.
Support groups, activist groups, or even just groups of ranting friends may want to think about this.
And complaining? Nothing worse. I remember years back talking with someone about a mutual friend of ours- she had the worst luck of anyone I'd ever seen.
"I don't understand why ___________ has such terrible things happen to her, " I said. "She's such a good person." And my friend said "I know exactly why. She complains all the time."
It hit me like a sledgehammer. I'd talked with this lady just about every day for years, and was so used to the way she talked- much of it hilarious- that it hadn't dawned on me.
And by the way, it isn't necessarily a good idea to point out to others that they're complaining. Makes them mad. Don't ask me how I know.
Just stop doing it yourself.
All this, of course, doesn't mean living in denial. Problems must be addressed. If there's justice to seek, positive solutions available, people to inform, petitions to sign, talk is involved. You can't just live your life ignoring problems and/or saying " It's all good".
But there needs to be an awareness that the Creator of the Matrix- whatever way you want to define this- has given us frequency for every possible outcome in every situation.
This frequency surrounds us, is 100% accessible.
It's up to us to pull it in. That's our "free will".
We do it on an individual basis, but there's also something called "mass consciousness", where groups of people pull in a certain reality.
Watch the groups you hang with.
Obviously I'm no expert on all this, since I still have a tendency to go bat crazy over GMO.
But focusing on a problem, forgetting the abundance of the matrix?
Doesn't work out too well.
Cathy D. Slaght