reply to post by caitlinfae
Caitlinfae, from what you've said I gather you understand about "affirmation". The Guatemalan event sounds like affirmation to me. Now we have to
see how much further it goes on this occasion.
Things can connect in the oddest of ways. I have posts here where I've tried to explain that aspect from my own perspective, but at the end of the
day it comes down to how it works for us individually, as we are all different. I often refer to them as "indicators" and have given my opinion that
as this all comes down to energy and we are fundamentally beings of energy ourselves, then we may be affected in ways that are not well understood to
current science. Perhaps there are forms of energy involved that are simply not well recognized or even imagined.
However, it may also be that in future, science will "discover" other forms of energy: it would seem absurd that scientists have already discovered
all possible energy forms that may exist. So, as we're building up a body of evidence that some of us sense things before they physically
manifest, then one day it may be possible to "sense" whatever-it-is with various devices.
For example, it's only been relatively recently that scientists have discovered some quakes cause ionospheric heating. And it is not too many years
since the piezoelectric effects of some quakes were confirmed and not mere folk tales, as it were. Ditto that fact that magnetic fields can locally
alter just prior to some quakes. What else may be going on?
You mentioned that you're stressed by what you feel and can't pinpoint the source. That's a common problem and several of us have evinced this same
matter even within this thread over the past few years. We've also considered another human element, namely that the more people who are seriously
impacted by a major event, the more some of us seem to get affected before
it happens. This was certainly so with Japan, and many of us recall
similar feelings prior to the 2004 Quake and Tsunami and even the Haiti event.
Why or how could human emotion has such effects? Is there a time-transcending factor involved? It seems there might be and eventually the reason why
may be explained within the fields of science. Some of them, at least.
But meanwhile, what to do about how we feel? Well again, as we are all different we learn to cope in various ways, but one thing I've found that's
helpful is eating foods which contain high levels of melatonin. Oatmeal and sweet corn are two, but there are others as well. It seems to help some of
us, at least.
Writing things down also seems to be cathartic in some ways. I doesn't mean anyone has to share what they write but it can be helpful to get the
thoughts and feelings out.