Important Message From The Seer ~
More than 18 million people in the USA have lost work since last February, when the pandemic began. Though senior economic advisors estimate that it’s more accurately, “more than 30million”. Here are some do’s and don’ts for getting through these difficult times.
My Precious Lightfamily,
It will require masterful discipline of thought to get through these difficult times without turning to various escape mechanisms like drink or drugs or other addictions— especially since suppressed lower impulses are coming to the surface from the psyche’s “underworld”. The most basic human flaw the Gods should avoid is to intellectually justify and rationalize your flawed perceptions and dysfunctional impulses; to justify the coping mechanisms you create for yourself to hide behind. Acknowledge them but do not indulge them.
Here are some further things to avoid:
1. Do not see your inability to get work or financially support your family, as a deficiency on your part. Millions are out of work. This is the result of the disintegration of human systems, not because they aren’t trying or capable.
2. Try and gather and increase the true currency of the future: your skill sets. The time ahead will reward your ability to catch a fish, more than the $100 you may have earned and saved in a bank that may fail.
3. The obsolete way you used to earn a living should not be seen as more valuable than planting a vegetable garden. Praise your loved ones for the new skills they learn, for this is definitely a way to support your family.
4. Universal life, supports those who are industrious. Many community services need your volunteer work. Give your labor freely and apply as much excellence as you would in a high paying job. Working for the love of the labor brings its own reward.
“Do not allow self-pity to obscure the blessings of the day. Find the blessings like diamonds lying in the dust, and through gratitude, multiply them .”
“When in an overwhelming and cataclysmic environment where corruption abounds and none can be trusted, know this: yourself you can trust. Focus on what you do have and the task before you. Your contribution to others lies in the hope, optimism, and gratitude you bring each day. “
Those who have made their living through their art, have traditionally found their art being undervalued during a time when putting food on the family table has become the primary concern. The refined life experience of an artist is not something anyone can take away from you; its value as a traveling companion on your eternal journey is inestimable. Acknowledge with gratitude, that the great gift of an artistic perspective can enhance the work of your hands and illuminate the path before you, eternally.
Many blessings and much love to you, my Dear Ones,
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