posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 01:06 AM
I too hate fear mongering ~ I saw plenty of it on the major news outlets today as the dow slipped past the strange 7900 barrier it had previously not
However, this thread was started on the predictions board and someone was just stating their feelings and I appreciate them sharing. I have given
myself plenty of panic attacks reading for hours on end on ATS but, a lot of that had to do with what I choose to review. Personal responsibility.
I don't recall if the initator of the thread stated exactly where she's from. She could have been picking up on a number of things from the deadly
tornado outbreak in OK, the devastating fires the Aussies are dealing with, to perhaps some discord within her own family/friends health or
I put a lot into intuition but, at the same time it doesn't always have to be to the extream and I don't believe the poster said she felt as if the
sky was falling.
I think these uncomfortable feelings will become more common as the tension of the world and the economic situation is almost palapable. To be sure,
these are unique times and a lot of people who might not have considered themselves to be sensitive are now picking up on these 'vibes.' It could be
our higher selves trying to tough us up for what very well could happen. The only thing to be certain about is change, you might not know to what
degree change will happen but, it will happen. The human mind doesn't seem to appreciate change - it's a time when great personal growth can be
obtained. You'd be amazed at what you can learn about the depth of yourself.
I also have concern about the negative energy associated with these feelings and that a lot of people will sit and fret and allow it to fester.
Compound that with more people sensing, worrying, and focusing on this negativity will send us into a spiral of even greater actual turmoil. Words
are powerful - devastation, collapse, crisis, ect. Even the President has used such powerful words in the last week. Let's not create our own
If you are still having a hard time finding the positive in such doomish feelings, then say "so what." So what if the worst happens? We are so
spoiled in this era (especially in the US) that should disaster strike in whatever form, it will be a culture shock. But be assured, we will adapt. I
very much enjoy my electricity and hot showers but, I can survive without these creature comforts. Take solace in knowing that humans are extreamly
resiliant and adaptive. Even if you don't survive whatever might happen, the human race will carry on. For better or worse.