The angels talk to me constantly about how the world of unseen energy works. They give me visuals to show me concepts and then I pass those visuals on as part of the process of sharing/teaching what I learn from them.
Last year I began to feel really heavy energy around the 9/11 date and was given the visual of a large hand reaching up above America. This hand sought out any darkness free floating in the ethers and then pulled that darkness downward until it colored the sky above our nation in dreary grayish-black.
I understood that it was darkness we had pulled down upon ourselves.
I then had an impression about the collective energy of loved ones who died on this historic date. I had the impression that they’d been going about the business of blissful-eternal-life when they were sucked back by a vacuum source and deposited into a group energy. As a group they would watch what our country was about to do to ourselves.
Behavior That Honors?
And so it began. Good, loving people started doing what they always do “to honor” those lost on that day, not realizing that we’ve been conditioned and taught to do what DOES NOT HONOR.
Honor has a very high vibration. By definition “it holds one high.” It’s an energy that uplifts. So how can we uplift and hold high the lives of those we lost by simultaneously immersing ourselves in some of the lowest vibrations we’ve ever experienced in our country?
What Do We Do?
We return to misery. Our media dusts off the old tapes and offers the imagery of the twin towers going down- for the bajillionith time. This, along with heartbreaking stories that overtake our television, one for every possible angle under the sun, creates the trigger for our collective post traumatic stress- PTSD. It doesn’t matter if we watch one show about 9/11 or fifty, the human psyche will revisit some feelings from that day. If you’re watching what the media is offering then you’re likely experiencing the old trauma on a deeper level than those who choose not to watch.
We can all remember how we felt that day and we all suffered an onslaught of feelings at the hands of “the terrorists.”
All of the anguish during this time period, however, cannot be attributed to “the terrorists” alone. The minds in power of our own country chose to offer us additional emotional harm.
A daily campaign using the words “War on Terror” began. These words hold the darkest and heaviest vibrations. They are energetic weapons meant to stimulate feelings of fear and helplessness. And they were pounded into our psyches, by those who know better, people aware of what the ongoing use of those words would do to morale.
Terror From Within
So let me get this straight. When our morale was at its lowest, we the good people of America, looked to our leaders and were not offered words designed to lift our spirits high, words to promote our general welfare, or words that inspire domestic tranquility. Instead, we were offered words that tear at the soul, weigh a spirit down and lull it into depression.
We were even asked to rally around the words War on Terror. And sadly, we did.
I invite you to look up the definition of psychological warfare: The use of propaganda (media campaigns through TV and printed news stories), threats (daily ongoing reminders that we are not safe from terrorists) and other psychological techniques, to mislead (“You can’t handle the truth.”), intimidate (see threats above), demoralize or otherwise influence the thinking or behavior of an opponent.
I’m going to focus on two words at the end of this definition: Opponent and demoralize. First: The definition above intends that these techniques are used upon an opponent, however, it could certainly be used upon anyone or everyone that you wish to influence. Those who are in power in our country intimately know and understand the use of psychological weapon protocols. It’s part of daily business.
Second: That means there was a conscious choice to demoralize the people of this world. (I say world because this choice affected people beyond America.) Therefore, I hold those who were in power, the dark-suit types, responsible for unleashing the “War on Terror” on their own people. They played a huge part in creating the emotional wound that society still carries.
They started it and then taught us how to make terror a legacy. I believe that through further manipulation the country became confused about the energy of honor. The same dark-power-suits responsible for the demoralization are likely the same ones who convinced us that “to honor” we should make our scabs bleed each year. This is just one of the ways that we’ve been conditioned to feed from the diet of fear they offer.
What’s the point of having a society trained to suffer each year? Those in fear are easier to control. They are easier to mislead. They are less likely to rise up and require better lives for themselves.
Even more saddening to me: Who is really being honored by our return to misery each year?When we are entrenched in feelings of depression, sadness, fear, rage, anger, sorrow and suffering flashbacks, who in the world does this honor? Certainly not the people who died.
Are we not honoring our haters? Are the US haters out there doing happy dances every 9/11? Do they laugh at us when our country walks directly into the energy of deflation and suffering, swallowing a little more poison each year?
What About The People Who Died?
The spirits of loved ones lost on that day certainly don’t wish this darkness upon us. They ARE NOT HONORED by misery.
What if our perpetual mourning holds some of their energy hostage in our realm? Does our behavior create a vacuum that may suck their souls back toward us? It’s likely that there’s residual energy, soul energy fragments, that are still bound to our realm by the rope of our heavy emotions. So if we fully awaken, will all of their energy be fully free?
When you know better, you do better~ Maya Angelou
I refuse to watch a single dose of media about 9/11. How do I honor the many lives lost or those who are still alive but were forever affected? Every time they cross my mind I “hold them up to the light in spirit.”
I first heard this beautiful expression from Dan L. Hays, an author friend of mine. It captures my intention perfectly.
To practice honor for any situation: I hold the highest of intention. I pray and send thoughts of love. I’m careful to not pity others because I know that pity carries heavy energy and my intention is to raise others up. When you are broken, I need to see you as whole in order for my intention to help you.
I’d like to leave you with this as food for thought, it’s a conscious choice: I won’t knowingly lead myself into the states of lower vibration that may allow inauthentic people to have power over me.
I raise you all up to the light in spirit.
Peace & Love,
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