Ok so tc says don't fear the vaccine but what possible benefits come from accepting a vaccine that was created to protect us from a man made virus. I don't know maybe I'm being paranoid or maybe I need to buy a tin foil hat but the events of the last 15 months and the knowledge tc and Patrick have provided it just doesn't seem to make sense why we shouldn't avoid any vaccine.
He’s not saying togo ahead and take the vaccine.He saying not to sit around and be afraid of it. Don’t project that fear. If you bring that fear into your attention and focus on it, it will draw the repercussions to you. Simply don’t think about it at all.
@jennifer I hear ya and I refuse any vaccine it just amazes me how people seem to want to accept it but they won't stop for a minute and think about how long the virus has been around and never heard of it before but they won't ask themselves why shouldn't I be skeptical about things.
Exactly. I won’t be getting it either. Ever
I'm very skeptical about this vacinne as 12 months ago they were saying " we've been looking for a vacinne for aids virus for 20 years , what makes you think we can miracurelessley find one for Covid at the drop of the hat "🤔🤔
Pure excellence from TC! I truly appreciate the info in this post, thank you SO much!!!
You're welcome. 🙂
Patrick, now for a most serious question. TC says instinct is greatly overestimated by humans. I very recently caught a mouse and released it a few miles away. I wondered if it could instinctively find the way back to my house. So, the serious question, can it find the way back? If so, is it instinct or will it be guided back by a GAG with a twisted sense of humor 😁
"No" replies The Committee. "Such animal will not, without assistance. If the mouse indeed returns, a reason for it involves you. This is unlikely."
This channeling reminded me of the concepts discussed in a law of attraction book I read called Ask and It Is Given by Ester & Jerry Hicks. It was pretty interesting. You guys should read it if you're interested in law of attraction related stuff.
"Rule" of attraction is a better human word, say the members of The Committee. "Rule of Physics" is also preferable, they add.
"Laws require deliberation, debate, dissent and a vote, do they not? Attraction and repulsion are another rule of physics humans have not yet classified scientifically, because of measurement inability. This will change, of course."
The human never knows which negative things are planned life events, or which they brought on themselves.
I've developed yet another medical condition - looks like spinal stenosis - that probably will require surgery. AGAIN. I can't believe it.
We are in a rental house that's been sold - closing is on Feb. 22nd!!!!! We're supposed to be out by the end of the month. We STILL have not found a new rental and what's available is now sky-high and unafordable due to sudden demand for rural living.
I have been told by a doctor to get an MRI and to stay in bed as much as possible in the meantime. The longer I am vertical, the more pain I have. Oh, am I supposed to be packing for a move to a house I haven't been able to find? Well, too bad I physically can't do that.
Yesterday, I was offered back the part-time job I had to leave because of my last health ordeal, but can't take it at the moment because of the new medical ordeal. So that source of needed income is out-of-reach.
Am I feeding into fear and making more bad stuff happen? I dunno. When this new health problem surfaced just as our housing issues became critical, I just wanted to give up on life. But mostly I think I've been remarkably calm because I've lost all control and getting upset won't fix it.
Aww, geez, Lorri, Im praying for you. Maybe we can make something happen, here. ).
Damn! Sometimes it seems our incarnated life just keeps giving and giving but not so much in a good way. (But rewarded with much when you return home I think) So sorry to hear you are having to deal with this. You must be a soul that took on a hell of a life plan. You can do this!
Sending heartfelt prayers, love to you sweet lady.💗💗💗
Hey Lorri! Thanks for sharing that. You are not alone. Many are suffering right now.
While I have a good personal economy I cant find a wife which means I live a very lonely life right now. I am also tormented every night by a sense of existential dread (evil winning, election fraud, feminism ruining relationships, etc). I haven't had this much anxiety since I was a teenager.
Hang in there. I hope sincerely this is my last incarnation on earth.
Thanks everyone. We have a lead on a rental, but . . .
The prospective landlord wants a lot more money upfront than we were prepared to come up with because all utilities are included. We'd have to fill out an application and I'm not sure he'd be satisfied or not with our current income, AND he lives in an apartment over the garage of the property, which is an uncomfortable arrangement as tenants.
I sure wish something else would come along. The new owners are closing on our rental on the 22nd of this month!
Fear and anxiety over COVID (or anything else) can be lessened if we just understand we are all eternal beings who cannot die, even though we appear to do so when we depart our bodies. Unfortunately, the majority of people, at least in the western countries, do not understand or believe this and so anything which might cause "death" means "end of existence" to them, hence the fear.
And not absorbing the "mainstream" media in any form will certainly help alleviate fear.
OH MY GOD. We just got a surprise call from our landlord.
The people who are buying our rental have sold their house. After the closing on our rental house on Feb. 22nd, the new owners have stated they intend to move in the very same day.
They told our landlord that if we aren't out by then, then the whole deal is off.
We had been told they only intended to use this house as a getaway and potentially a vacation rental. They never breathed one word about intending to move in the day of closing UNTIL TODAY - one week ahead of closing.
We have an appointment tomorrow to put in an application for a new apartment complex. Most movers can't move someone on such short notice and we don't even know how fast we can get approved for the new place or even if they take pets (we have a cat).
We have to be out by this coming Sunday and that will take multiple miracles. My house mate had a stroke three years ago and can do very little himself, and I'm having a lot of pain from spinal stenosis and am supposed to be in bed.
I have completely shut down mentally.
Dearest Lorri--I am praying to the angels for miraculous intervention on your behalf...
Thank you, Irene.
I strongly believe this is a tactic for the buyer to get the house at a lower price. He waited one week before closing to drop this bombshell, knowing how difficult it would be to accomplish it.
He has never expressed the slightest concern that there were tenants in the house - he never said anything about us at all.
However, I told his realtor during inspection a week ago that we were struggling to find a new rental and she saw that I could hardly walk that day. She probably casually mentioned all this to her buyer and he saw an opportunity.
I believe he's hoping we can't pull it off in time and then when he withdraws from the sale, scaring the bejeebus out of our landlord, he'll only agree to buy it at a discount.
I also believe it's fiction that he just suddenly sold his house in another state, because his realtor plainly told us this house was being brought only as a getaway and vacation rental. Not to mention, how would he be already packed and ready to move from another state if his house just sold? Plus, how will he run his business from here? I think it's all fiction.
We saw that the buyer was tightly wound and aggressive when he came to look at the house. He owns a business and probably gets his jollies off of pushing other people around to get what he wants.
Right after receiving this news, we drove to a convenience store. I was shaking like a leaf and my house-mate's right arm was contracting with the stress - his arm was affected by a stroke.
On the way home, I felt like I was going to pass out, so I pulled into a parking lot and we sat there for 20 minutes.
Couple of MIRACLES:
We managed to find a mover available for Sunday, the last possible day to move. And someone called us about a house that will work. He answered an ad we've had in the paper for weeks.
Nothing like holding on by your fingertips and being rescued at the last minute!
YAY! Best wishes in your new home, Lorri!
Lorri , fantastic news , I’m relieved , yikes that was a hell ride , but you’re back in business baby