What do you do if you know things but no one believes you?
updated by @lotusfly: 11/10/19 12:09:11PM
You are dealing with the remnants of the old system and its dying thrashes. I can tell you the hour is very very very late. The old construct known as Hell is being dismantled as I type and will no longer be able to capture and trap souls in transition. If you think this is it, I have to tell you that the last wave-x was mild compared to what is already on ts way. Disclosure is just around the corner and a global reset of financial systems is well on its way. There are many signs for those that know where to look and understand. I recommend you concentrate on your own path and increasing your own vibration. Do not waste time on those that resist it. That is their choice.
I know I am right. And I'm such a good person underneath all this conditioning. I'm trying to shed these personality traits and behaviors I've picked up over the years, and release these thoughts, ideas, and emotions that I've held in my whole life. I was so shy as a kid, I was afraid to introduce myself to anyone. I have such a good heart and so much personal power, but I need to believe in me It's so hard sometimes though, since I've lived my whole life concerned about others. My whole family and the whole world seems to be that way (concerned with what others think or fearful of others or judgmental, and I feel like I absorbed their perspective from being around them though it's not mine and I know that, because I've shed the perspective but I'm feeling their vibes still). I've never done anything intentionally wrong or harmful to another (I have a huge conscience), but I have this tendency to worry about what others think (because I'm sensitive to their expressions, body language, innuendos, etc.), afraid of hurting others, and believe the vibes I get from others, as if they are more important than my own. I've lived my life so concerned with rubbing others the wrong way, and when I do try to be myself in public or to others I know, I sometimes get odd looks or some people actually voice their concern. But I also get positive feedback too sometimes. Some people seem amazed (in a good way) by my free behavior and spreading the light. I'm just not in the majority and I understand why. I'm not living according to the clock hardly anymore and I don't have much societal responsibility, which allows me to see society from an "outside" perspective. I hope to change it someday and I have such a huge, beautiful vision for the world, but you're right that people simply don't understand because they can't; they simply can't see my way and they only see different and odd behavior, and some want to help me and protect me but I have to help myself to grow my inner strength to survive in this world and hopefully change it, and as long as I stay true to my truth, and show no fear, they won't fear and I won't fear, and I know this None of the greats (Jesus, Rosa Parks, MLK, Anne Frank, John Lennon, Galileo, Moses, Noah, etc.) were in the majority. The good minority is where it's at
Thank you so much. I started writing a lot and it helped tremendously. When I express what goes on in my mind in a linear fashion, such as through writing, at times when I feel like I can't express it any other way, I'm able to come to a solution. I've done a ton of writing, and I'm really excited by it. I'm so happy to be writing this good stuff down because maybe someday it will help others The stuff just circles in my brain if I'm not able to get it out and work it out. Writing is so helpful!
I believe we all have our own perspective (reality, or rather, virtual reality) and have the choice on what that reality is, through our thoughts, beliefs, actions, etc. I'm very, very spiritual (live according to my intuition, have received many signs, connected to nature and the universe, the universal oneness that runs through everything, a tree hugger , and I see that there is goodness in everything on this planet) and I have not experienced any negativity in my spiritual (virtual) reality. I'm not going to say that I won't ever or that it doesn't exist. I just don't go looking for it. I let things happen. And I go through periods where I'm really happy-go-lucky and all is well, periods where I begin to doubt myself and I see a lot of negativity, and moments in between, but I do not live a negative-based life and I don't seek out negativity and I don't look for it. I've never been scared by the spiritual world. It is only goodness to me. The world of people is more scary to me than nature or the spiritual world. I believe we only see what we want to see Thank you for your premonition about economic changes/reset. I have had that feeling too. Let's hope for the best!
Yes, balance. I wish I could freely be myself and not have any responsibilities in this world, so that I could be free and happy and not feel judged during this time, but reality hits and tells me I have stuff to do and it's ruining my fun of finally expressing myself, which I've longed for for so long Party poopers they are, Being in tune with my true self, and realizing that there are no limits, only those I impose upon myself, and that most of my fears are completely untrue, is liberating. I'm seeing my fear is not fact-based, only anxiety based on an assumption, and I'm slowly taking little risks to go out of my comfort zone and prove that there is less to fear in this world! Little risks, little steps, and slowly but surely I'm coming around, gaining my inner strength to survive in this world that appears harsh and unkind, but won't be so scary when I have more confidence in myself so I'll be able to make it I have found through writing, that I'm my own best friend. I'm such a good friend to others but haven't been one to myself. I'm doing that now - treating myself how I would treat others I'm amazed at this person I am and I can't believe I've been ignoring and neglecting me for so long. I've been so hard on myself and putting myself down for everything I consider "bad" (including stuff that isn't my fault or responsibility) and not even feeling good at the amazing things I have accomplished (but highlighting where I fell short or which faults I still have). I have always felt alone (unable to connect well with others), and like I was different, and it gets to me sometimes when I don't reach out. Sometimes I feel like the whole world has deserted me, but in reality it may be just that the people from my "old" life (prior to my spiritual awakening and realizing I was an empath) are leaving me because we don't "fit" anymore, and that's a good thing. I know I need to move on to my "new" life and I'm starting to and trying. I'm just struggling right now in the interim. I can see my true self and I feel super connected to my soul/spirit and god/universe (I know these are all one but I see them as slightly different parts in my life), but I'm still shedding karma (repressed emotions and issues) and growing my self-esteem to survive in this world of egos! So I guess my soul is ready to move on but my body is still transitioning... Your gratefulness advice was/is super helpful. I incorporate(d) that into my writing and my daily living and interactions with others I don't watch TV or the news (haven't for 5-10 years - maybe that's why I feel so different in this world, where people are afraid of their neighbor and I still believe in helping thy neighbor ). People seem to be trying so hard to preserve their own livelihood but don't realize that we need to help one another in order to feel safe. When I feel poor, I give and trust and live fearlessly as much as possible. Because I know poorness is a condition of the heart, not the wallet. When I begin to fear and worry and not have faith or trust, I get cold and feel sick and horrible. This world is in a chronic state of poorness from not giving to others. I've been staying away from the TV and computer and phone as much as possible, and being more active in life in the present and writing and self-care and connecting with people in the community And this is what feels good to me. But I need to connect outside my community too and that requires those electric/electronic means. Sigh.
Thanks, Emmy. I do grounding/reiki/energy work and healing on myself. I'm learning how to take care of me and I see that we know ourselves best; we just need to listen and pay attention to what we need and what feels right, regardless of what we have learned or been told, because we're all individuals and there's no one else like each of us on this planet. My massage therapist told me that I know my body best, and she meant better than her. And she's right. We all know what's best for us. Just requires mindfulness, being observant of my needs and not so much trying to guess others' needs, and asking when I need help and hoping others will do the same. I've started to help by little things and one of those was looking into volunteering at places I believe are helpful for the world I want to live in. Thank you for your insight It made me realize that I may understand other perspectives I've experienced but no one will understand mine if they haven't experienced similar. There must be others though
Thank you, Love Light Giver. I still question and feel weirded by the word God, simply because I wasn't brought up religious and both my parents reject it. Plus, I half of me is very intellectual, so my ego kicks in and says, "but what is the basis for this idea?" I used to be so turned off by religion when I was an atheist/asleep (due to hard times, nervous breakdown, medication, and living a life not for me), that the mention of "God" used to irk me! Now it still rubs me slightly weird, just because I get this huge image of Jesus Christ himself when I hear the word and that is not my preferred interpretation of "God." So it's hard for me to comprehend sometimes, that something almighty, a power greater than myself, is running the show. It's even harder, a lot of times, to go with the flow of that universal power/oneness/energy that I'm powerless against and I literally hurt in my muscles and bones and ache in my heart when I don't listen to it. When I do things that aren't me, because I feel like I should. I beat myself up every time I do something that is not in line with my soul. But why am I beating me up for something that runs through my veins from numerous generations and thousands (or rather, millions) of years (all of time). Why do I hold my one self accountable and to blame for all this past pain, like I'm punishing myself for something I can't help, for everyone who has and does exist on this planet. Taking the pain out on me, my self, because I'm unable to do anything about it? I'm literally beating myself up each time I see someone act not according to the truth, because I feel like I should be doing something about it. So when they upset me, I'm doubling that and hating myself for not acting according to my truths. And my family and some locals further instill the belief that there is something wrong with me when they actually make a comment and then I crumble because I cannot take all that pressure. I can take myself being mean to myself but not others being mean to me. It just confirms my belief that I'm worthless.