Re: Dry/Ice: Global Warming Revealed
by Drunvalo Melchizedek, How to be Safe (Andreas)
There is really nothing to fear. We are being challenged to trust in a higher power and intelligence that all of us are a part of. Fear of survival is one of the things that prevents this trust from being fully embraced. To bring the fear to the forefront of our awareness and release it, we first must find a big enough reason. The current dramatic earth changes that are taking place can fulfil that need.
Some pretend there is nothing unbalanced with the earth and its climate and stick their heads in the sand. Others face their fears, and out of those, some enter the field of trust and fearlessness in their own heart. They know that however bad all these events appear to be, it is part of the process of planetary healing.The fear of death and the illusion of death must vanish, before we can heal from the many wounds of our past.
The way we are living our lives here on Earth requires major upgrading. That is going to happen one way or another. How smooth the transition is going to be depends on how much gratitude, love and compassion we can muster for ourselves, the people of this world, the animals and the Earth Mother. To start demonstrating and attacking those responsible for not doing enough is not helpful through, for it would charge up collective consciousness even further, making a collective calamity even more likely. What individuals do in the personal lives in their kitchens, bedrooms, offices, in nature, counts more than causing global rage to save the environment.
In my book, It's Time to Wake Up, I tried to show how we influence the whole through our every thought, feeling and emotion. It is very simple, yet most effective. And as always, true safety doesn't lie in moving around the globe to find a safe place to live. You will be guided by what you need to experience in your life to help you grow optimally. Some people need a disaster to wake them up, for others an early morning walk in the forest would do the same thing. The earth changes we are experiencing now, are in mankind's best interest, as they have always been. There is a larger picture involved that goes beyond global warming.