Our job in these weird times

With all that is going on in the world and all the “news” both off and on the internet, it’s hard to know what is really happening out there. All I know for sure is that things are changing, and a LOT is being revealed. I’ve always thought that our job, those of us who are awake, is to help other people get through this time. All the truths that are being revealed now are things that Stevo, Carol and I, and others we talk to, have been aware of for more than a decade. Now it’s time for the rest of the world to find out about this stuff, and frankly, some folks are starting to go crazy. It’s a lot to handle, especially the pedophile stuff.

Here’s a good article about how you can help others: https://deusnexus.wordpress.com/2017/11/16/storm-before-the-calm/

Here are a few really relevant paragraphs from that article:

When the tipping point finally hits, and the dominoes of truth start rippling into the consensus reality, our greatest service will be to maintain a grounded, compassionate, and balanced presence in order to minimize chaos.

This could mean choosing not to rev people up with more information than they can process, not to force-feed them our take on the truth, not succumbing to saying “I told you so,” and not falling into old patterns of dissecting who’s at fault and who needs to pay.

Digesting radical change is not unlike digesting food: it needs to be done one well-chewed bite at a time. Yet this may not be possible once the avalanche of truth (and disinformation) hits the masses. It is important for us to understand the value of holding a balanced, loving vibration as the ultimate transformer of discord and distortion.

This isn’t about shying away from or denying the truth but, instead, having the courage to digest the truth without being poisoned by it. We may be called to act as grounding rods or pressure cooker valves to diffuse other peoples’ unbalanced energy or we may need “to put on our own oxygen mask” and rebalance before we attempt to help anyone else.

This highlights perfectly why I always emphasize the basics of grounding and boosting. When people lose their minds over the secrets that are coming out, someone needs to let them know that everything is okay. You can be a big help to others if you have your energy under control and can be in your heart. Your ability to discern truth with your heart has never been more important.

~ Dooney

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One Response to Our job in these weird times

  1. Cheri Bohman says:

    Excellent! I can’t imagine what the sleeper men will experience when they find out that most beautiful, sexy Hollywood actresses are/were trannies. Marilyn, Sophia, Raquel, Ursula, every actress that’s ever won an Oscar. What a day that will be…. And how will the women feel to find out Johnny Depp and Brad were born as baby girls? Phew! It took me a couple of months to wrap my head around it! I did find a few REAL women, like Shirley Temple, Myrna Loy, Judy Garland, and Joan Bennett, but they’re few and far between.