Is the Shift failing?

Is the Shift failing?

What makes you think that?

General state of the world. It’s burning everywhere.

Look at pockets. What’s happening within pockets? There are good things happening.

Like what?

Diets are shifting. More juice, veggies, salads. Lifestyles. Changing. Exercise. Awareness. Meditation. Charity. Upliftment.

But then there are other pockets. Negative ones.

Focus on the positive ones.

Why not on the negative ones?

Why on the negative ones? They are moving further away from the positive ones.

Further away as in distance?

Further away as in frequency of vibration. Energy-diference.

So?

Within a very palpable time-frame, the frequecies will be so different, that there will be no overlap.

Meaning?

Either kind of pocket will not be able to sense the other.

Meaning the negative pockets will burn?

Negative pockets will finish themselves off.

Positive ones will keep bettering themselves?

They are the saving graces. Yes, hopefully.

And that is the Shift?

Yes.

And it’s not failing?

No.

What’s the ratio?

Ratio of what to what?

Ratio of positive pockets to negative ones.

It’s in favour of the negative ones.

And you say the Shift is not failing?

Well, the ratio is also shifting, slowly, towards the positive ones.

What’s its rate of change?

It’s rate of change is accelerating.

Towards positive pockets?

Yes.

How do you measure its rate of change?

By the intensity of the positive vibrations emanating from the planet. Used to be dimmer. Not as dim now.

Will some positive pockets be wiped out along with the negative ones?

It is a possibility, if they don’t shift fast enough.

And you say that with a smug face, as if it’s nothing to you.

It is something to everyone. However, all one can do is assist those who are shifting. One can’t shift for them.

I see what you mean.

Phew.

Bye.

Bye.

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Willing the Future

Thoughts have energy, right?

Of course. 

So if I think something hard enough, will it happen?

Depends.

Upon what?

Upon your thoughts being hard enough. 

Supposing they are? 

Then we’re looking at 2 options. 

These being?

Firstly, is Karma present?

Oh. 

Yeah, for something to occur, Karma needs to be present. Karma creates a field for the event to occur. 

I see. 

If Karma is present, and the event is still not occurring, then there is blockage. 

What to do about blockage?

This is where the energy of your thoughts comes into play. It removes blockage, bit by bit, till blockage is gone. 

And then the event occurs?

Correct. 

What if there’s lots and lots of blockage?

Then you need lots and lots of thought-energy, will-power and time. 

And ultimately?

Ultimately, when the resultant vector of thought-energy, will-power and time surpasses the blockage in magnitude, the blockage is gone and the event occurs. 

Wonderful. What if Karma is absent?

Aha!

Meaning. 

That’s a tough cookie. 

How tough?

First, thought-energy will create Karma. 

Oh.

That takes time and circumstance. Long drawn out process. Thought-energy speeds it up though. 

And then?

Then, if blockage has occurred while creating the Karma, thought-energy will dispense with blockage. 

Just like the above process?

Very much so. 

Making it a longer process time-wise?

Much longer. Do you think it’s easy to create exactly the kind of karmic events required to trigger an event for which Karma was formerly absent?

No. 

There you go. It’s a real struggle. 

Can you give examples?

Of events coming to pass where Karma was absent and was created due to thought-energy, persistence and will-power?

Yes. 

A child being born who was not destined earlier, but then was. 

Wow!

A relationship – not destined earlier, but destined now.

In the same life?

Yes. 

So one makes one’s own Karma?

Yes. With different degrees of difficulty, depending on the kind of Karma one is pursuing. Destined Karma will be catalysed and then the event will come to pass. Non-destined Karma will first be created, and then, after removal of freshly accumulated blockage, even such Karma will come to pass. 

I see. Thank you, that was very enlightening. 

Welcome.