One of the frustrating things about relying on technology and being an etheric warrior is that it makes you vulnerable to annoying hacking attacks. Lately, it has manifested in my life in a couple of ways. Carol was visiting a few days ago and I had the opportunity to record her and Stevo talking candidly about life, the universe and everything. It was a couple of great hours of recording the thoughts of two very grounded and stable psychics. Unfortunately, when I tried to replay the recordings I found only silence. Apparently, this is a bug in the Kindle I was using for recording, but subsequent events convinced me it was more than that.
On July 3rd, while Carol, Stevo and I were sitting around my dining room table having a glass of wine and a great talk, someone hacked into my password-protected wi-fi network and streamed movies for 8 hours, using all my data allowance, including and extra 5GB that I had purchased that very day. The next day, we were put on data restriction, and I found all this out when I called my ISP to find out what was going on. We’ve never been hacked quite so blatantly before, except for one incident many years ago. Shortly after we met Don and Carol for the first time I was sitting at my computer writing in a document file, and the page started to fill up with carriage returns. I took my hands off the keyboard and the page continued to fill. The Return key wasn’t stuck, so there wasn’t any reason the keyboard should still be producing carriage returns when I wasn’t touching it.
That was the first time I really knew that hacking was real and could happen at any time. We’ve had a lot of little things happen over the years, usually coinciding with a particularly successful chat session. When we hit a really big target in our chat session we tend to get “punished” the next day with this kind of annoyance (and others). As it happens, the day that the hacking of our network occurred was just a few hours after my Sunday chat group had kicked the stuffing out of the NWO.
I immediately switched our network to an old-school wired ethernet network. Stevo and I had both been thinking about going back to a wired network for a while but hadn’t done anything about it. We ignored the whispers, so we got the shout! I have to say, I feel quite a bit of relief not having wi-fi in my house. You can’t avoid it in public – it’s everywhere – but at least in our own house we can have a bit of EMF relief. I say a “bit” since I realize all of our wiring and electronics give off EMF’s too. We mitigate some of that with orgonite, earthing, and with products from earthcalm.com.
The thing to remember about annoying attacks like this is not to go into anger. That’s what they want….you, tearing your hair out in front of your computer, not breathing, not grounding and totally losing your mind. I get so frustrated with technology sometimes, and they know it’s a good way to tweak me and shove me off my path, even if it’s only for a day. So, I’m learning to just not take it so seriously. Is it really that big a deal if I can’t check my email or stream a movie at that moment? No. It’s a bigger deal that I’m letting myself go into anger instead of staying in a calm, loving heart space. So attacks like this can be a good training session for staying grounded and staying in your heart. So thank you to the Powers That Were for my continuing classes in my Doctorate of the Heart program! 😉