I’m sure at some point in your life you may have felt unheard or misunderstood. Whether people actually didn’t ‘hear’ you and misunderstood you, or whether it was just your perception, I’m sure you’ve felt this at some point. But then there are some of us who might have felt this more than just ‘at some point’ in our lives. Those of us that might feel like it happens daily or weekly. Something in our core experience states “people don’t hear me, they don’t understand me and I can’t seem to do anything about that.” I know, because I have felt this many times in my life, and this is currently one of the key aspects of myself I’m integrating.
“War is over. If you want it.” — John Lennon
If ever there were a year filled with an abundance of bad news and a shortage of good news, 2020 would take the prize. Between the toxic political theater, pandemic scares, nationwide lockdowns that smack of martial law, a rollercoaster economy, and the ever-present menace of the police state, it’s been a hard, heart-wrenching, stomach-churning kind of year overrun with too much hate and too little tolerance.
“I have found little that is ‘good’ about human beings on the whole. In my experience most of them are trash no matter whether they publicly subscribe to this or that ethical doctrine or to none at all. That is something you cannot say out loud, or even perhaps think.” Sigmund Freud.
Crazy times, folks. It seems we have entered the twilight zone. A twisted ‘whirled’ of extreme polarisation and conflicting value systems. A world where hate is palpable on both sides of the polarity check point. The orchestrated drive to cause division on all fronts: racial, gender, political and religious should come as no surprise to those on the spiritual path. The energy of the old Piscean Age is dying and the unplugged are fighting against the rising tide of the new Aquarian Age.
Read more: Taking Out The Trash — Waking Times
The World Economic Forum’s (WEF) annual meeting at the end of January in Davos, Switzerland, brings together international business and political leaders, economists and other high-profile individuals to discuss global issues.
Driven by the vision of its influential CEO Klaus Schwab, the WEF is the main driving force for the dystopian ‘great reset’, a tectonic shift that intends to change how we live, work and interact with each other.
Read more & video(1:29): “WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM: “You’ll own nothing. And you’ll be happy.”: “Own Nothing And Be Happy” – The World Economic Forum’s Vision Of Your Future — Waking Times
Let’s do a reality check: many of us wake up in the morning with our default memory sleepily reverted back to a pre-covid state of seeming ‘normality’. But after splashing our face with cold water, taking the dog for a walk and having some breakfast, it dawns on us that we are being strung-along by the hands of a puppet master, whose tweaking of the strings of power is making us dance to a tune which is 100% alien to our natural evolutionary inclinations.
By Kelly Tallaksen – October 28th, 2020
Guest Writer for Wake Up World
During our growing up years, there was so much about the world and how we fit into it that we did not understand. We relied on grown-ups to show us, teach us and guide us. The people we relied upon also had to rely on the grown-ups during their growing up years. Does being a grown up mean you are wise and experienced enough to appropriately mentor a child into their adulthood? Not necessarily. It all depends on how the grown-up was mentored and cared for during their childhood years.
By apparent design, everything is crumbling into dystopian madness in the social matrix. From a gas lighting media now dutifully swallowed and parroted by a brainwashed majority, like expanding ice in the cracking pavement of the social fabric, to mind blowing cognitive dissonant once-basic reasonable thoughts being inverted one atop the other.
Read more: The Light Side Of A Dark Age — Waking Times
Benny Wills joins us today to share his conscious poetry and discuss his work spreading understanding, compassion and humanity through art.
by: Joy Jensen | October 1, 2020
(NaturalHealth365) The vast majority of American adults say they feel anxiety or stress – every day. As one of the most stressed nations on earth, it’s time to start taking a serious look at the connection between (chronic) stress and the immune system.
An overview of studies surrounding stress and the immune system shows a link between stress and how the immune system functions that goes back decades. When you’re feeling stressed out, depressed, or lonely, you shouldn’t be surprised if you end up getting physically sick.
Turns out, your state of mind and how you respond to stressful situations does dramatically influence the development of disease or wellbeing.
Read more via NaturalHealth365