Abraham-Hicks on How Source Sees Natural Disasters and Tragedies

We have family over in Japan, our brother-in-law Andy is an officer in the US Marines and while he is off on a tdy (tour of duty), sister Trina along with our nieces and nephew are on base and there were many long hours of waiting and worrying and watching the disaster unfold on the news up at Ken's mom's house with family dropping in and out to make sure she wasn't alone, etc, offering and receiving comfort from the spirit of communion* and being with loved ones.  Much relief was felt when we heard from her (the communication in and out was next to impossible) that they didn't even feel a tremor.

*communion- an act or instance of sharing; intimate fellowship or rapport

While I personally have never feared death and don't think it is a bad thing, and have felt this way all of my life even before I knew anything about Abraham, we of course hoped and prayed (and meant it) that our family and other military members were safe and sound-  actually we prayed for everyone affected and the world at large.

I've been doing a lot of surfing, blog-hopping, message board reading and listening to the people I am in contact with.  As expected, a hot topic has been the earthquakes and tsunamis, which naturally enough leads to how our world is changing and how much worse things are; the weather; nature; blah, blah blah.  It's incredibly interesting the various assumptions and theories that I have come across.  I have decided to share some of them here with you, along with Abraham's take on Natural Disasters and other tragedies as well as my own.

I'll start with some of the more- err... interesting (notice I've refrained from saying crackpot cuz I'm all tactful like that) theories I've run across.

God is mad at the world-  our *sinful* nature, our wickedness.  (S)He doesn't like that we are, with the help of the internet and media, understanding that ours may not be the *only* way, the *right* way, that there may be other viable points of view, that what works for one person or culture does not have to be the only way things can be done.  (S)He does not like that some of us believe in equality for all, that there is more understanding and empathy as well as tolerance for different lifestyles including gay and lesbian, religious and/or spiritual differences, that we are welcoming free and independent thinking rather than believing what we've always been taught, what our fathers before us have believed, ad infinitum.

That 2012 is the end of the world as foretold in the Mayan calendar even though experts have proven that it means that drastic change and not an absolute ending is what they predicted.

That it is President Obama's (you can replace this with your world leader of choice, I've seen many) fault.  Naturally, if you are in a leadership position anything that happens is your fault.

That it is God's will, and even though we will never understand it we should study what *they* who were sacrificed were doing and repent.

That it is because we don't openly condemn gays the way we once did, or because abortion is legal, or because a democrat is in the white house or *insert any idiotic thing you want here*.

Enough about that, if you have eyes and ears I'm sure you have read and or heard many variations on the aforementioned.

My own personal opinion, if we have to box it in and have a reason, is that the world is changing and expanding so much, yet technology is bringing us all so much closer together, causing us to realize that though there are differences, just like with any two individuals, you can be a lot alike but you aren't exactly the same.  We are so much more alike than we are different, and we will begin to acknowledge that things like race, socioeconomic standing, skin color, religious preferences, backgrounds, political affiliations, sexual orientation, etc JUST DO NOT MATTER A DAMN.  We are all human beings with human thoughts and human feelings and when disaster strikes it doesn't give a flying f*ck about any of those things, it annihilates everything in its path without prejudice.

I think that events like this serve to remind us that we're all in this together, that it can happen anywhere at any time and it just doesn't matter if you were a pillar of society or a baglady, a superstar or a wastrel.

Let's try to be good to each other, and to ourselves.  Let's try to remember what is important, that LOVE MATTERS, not if your skin tone is lighter or darker than mine or our sons like to wear silk panties or our daughters like to date girls and boys, or you drive a better car than I do or live in a nicer house or I have a better education or I choose to revere nature or really, anything-  NONE OF IT MATTERS.  REALLY.  NOT EVEN A LITTLE BIT.

Here's Abraham's take, a short Youtube video and a favorite quote:

Most people, when they see conditions that make them feel bad—they just feel bad. And when they see something that makes them feel good—they just feel good. And then they conclude, "We've got to control the conditions." And so, they make laws, and they get all kinds of patrollers, and they get all kinds of people that then try to enforce the laws because they believe that if they could just control these conditions, then they would never have to look at anything that upsets them again. But then you discover that the tsunami will come, and that there aren't laws or rules, or armies, that can stop that. Or the hurricane will come, or the earthquake will come… In other words, there's always going to be something that is going to challenge your idea that you can control circumstances.

You cannot control circumstances. You never intended to control circumstances. You intended to discover unconditional love. You intended to discover a way to feel good, no matter what, because you have the facility; you have the power; you have the ability to focus. You have the ability to choose where you focus, therefore, you have the ability to offer vibration deliberately, therefore, you have the ability to choose the way you feel. But it takes some practice.

As you practice, every day, something will happen and you will feel it viscerally in your body. Somebody says something or does something, or you see something on television, and then you've got to stop, right then, and you have to say, Nothing is more important than that I feel good. And, right now, I'm going to do my best to find the best-feeling thought that I can find.
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So, contrast causes you to offer rockets of desire. The desire is nowhere near where you're vibrating. So, you've given birth to an idea of something you want that you are not a vibrational match to it. So, you do your best to find thoughts that feel closer and closer and closer to it. And when you begin to feel the elation that you will feel when that manifests, even before it manifests, now, it must manifest, and it must manifest fast.

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Remember, be good to yourselves, and each other.  I love you all very much.


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