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Is this a spiritual awakening or something I was born with?

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posted on Mar, 8 2014 @ 07:47 PM

Since i was young I've always been a subject to hauntings, at my Nan's untill 5 and my mums onwards untill recently since I've moved.

Anyway.. From a young age like 7-8 I remember thinking to myself that ' The world was going to end before I have a baby' which now that I'm 24 and still have no baby. Now I'm 24 I find it weird that why would a children think like that in the first place ...

When the tsunami happend in japan, I started to randomly be obsessed that aliens are defiantly out there and on this earth and I have done extensive research on this matter, but at the same time I had this gut feeling this was the start of the end of the world or that something big is happening, whether it's an alien invasion or the end of the world but now with the way the earth is going at the moment I don't think earth will be around that long, I just find it weird this started for me when Japan happened and everything else bad since.

What do you guys think? Thanks for reading
edit on 8-3-2014 by BloodSister because: Spelling mistske

posted on Mar, 8 2014 @ 08:20 PM
Imagine if you will, that you lived in London in 1664. Doomsayers running around saying

Repent, repent, the Devil's year approaches. After enough of this you get worried.
Then .........

In 1665 the Black Death marches through London. The Great Plague took 15% of the population.

Repent, repent, the Devil's year approaches. Now you are really worried.

In The Devil's Year, 1666, The Great Fire Of London occurs.

You are kneeling on one of the Commons praying for deliverance from this Inferno from Hades.

Satan has arrived! With a Vengeance. You pray your little heart out ............ and ............The wind changes!

The Priests yell at the top of their voices, GOD HAS ANSWERED YOUR PRAYERS AND DELIVERED YOU FROM HELL! They milk it for all it is worth, gaining more and more control over you.

Today London still stands.

What you see as THE END is in truth, A CHANGE, nothing more.

Never before in all of the annals of history has a population been so educated and so well informed. The people awaken. Painfully slowly, but they awaken. Change is in the air.

Breath little sister, breath it in. An educated and informed population cannot be controlled. 'They' are trying but ultimately, they will fail. Yes there will be strife, many will die, are dying right now, but then, people die, it is part of the cycle of life.

Rejoice for you live in interesting times. You have a front row seat! Be a part of that change.


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posted on Mar, 8 2014 @ 09:27 PM
What happened in Japan was scary.
I'd imagine that with disasters and other bad events constantly broadcast on TV, social media and elsewhere it feeds into our psyche. It builds.
Then add the common sense of knowing that this world can't sustain itself the way its going. We know there needs to be changes.
We are all connected, surely we can sense what's out there.
Will the world end? No one knows, but if it were too why would it matter? We're too gone, to care.

Maybe your being told to enjoy every bit of life there is because tomorrow is unknown. We are all susceptible.
The post above gives the best advice. Educate yourself, stay informed. Times ARE changing, be apart of it. ~
Fear can disable your ability to find your full potential.

Love, Live and Learn
And like my late best friend used to say; "Be Breezy!''

posted on Mar, 8 2014 @ 09:40 PM
reply to post by BloodSister

I'm about 15 years older than you give or take (a woman never reveals her age, right).

I don't think you're strange at all. I grew up Christian, but not in a denomination that ever taught anything premillennial. I've always had a habit and need to pray, and I've done so nearly every night of my life since I was very young (1st grade or thereabouts). Partially, it was because I grew up in a house that was haunted by something distinctly unfriendly, and prayer was a good defense, and partially, I kept on because I liked the sense of comfort and peace it gave me.

Anyhow, where this is leading ...

About the time I hit either late junior high or early high school, I started being drawn to the Book of Revelation for no good reason. That was my first gut feeling that maybe I'd see the end. Why else would I be drawn to something I'd never before been exposed to in a book I seldom picked up to read on my own? It's not like Revelation is understandable like the other stories are.

Ever since, I've had a suspicion that maybe I won't die old in my bed, and I can't quite shake that.

posted on Mar, 8 2014 @ 09:58 PM
reply to post by ketsuko

Just keep in mind how that book ends!


I want me some of that there peace. I do, I do, I really do!

The stuff dreams are made of!


posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 01:42 PM
reply to post by pheonix358

It's all the stuff in the middle.

Believe me, the peace is so very attractive. But there are so very many people I know and care a great deal about here on earth that I'm so very afraid may never get there.

Things are also going to get so much horrifically worse before they get better that I wouldn't/won't wish that on anyone. I know it works out in the end, but that doesn't change the fire we have to walk through to get there.

posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 02:01 PM
Various entities like to challenge us with various negative emotions and visions, be that discouragement, despair, depression, disdain, etc. Be aware of your emotions and insights. Try not to follow them, indulge them, or look for validation. Use them practice their opposite, compassion, virtuous effort, love, understanding, generosity, etc.

Please practice meditation if you don't already. It's very important to clear out the clouds of emotion and conceptual thinking that can so easily distract us from the truth of love and compassion.

You might start by simply accepting that the world will end. This feeling is to challenge your attachment to it. It is a kind of hologram created by shared a group of minds, not just human minds. There is a web of interconnectedness that is free of all judgement of good or bad. Meditation can reveal that to us when work with loosening our attachment to this 3D perception of sensory experience. When if falls away, you are not nothing, you are everything. So, in a way, you can be excited about the world ending!

posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 02:38 PM
reply to post by someoneinnyc

Yes, that's all well and good, but my 3-year-old doesn't understand that.

(post by theamericanspirit93 removed for a manners violation)

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