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On 8/6/2020 at 7:23 AM, rideforever said:

I was thinking this morning that all this conspiracy truther information ... is not really helping me at all.  It is more disappearing in the eye candy of the internet.  And I actually find it just as stressful as the MSM.

I need things to read and watch and listen to ... but none of this is any good, it is painful and unreal.

It doesn't lead to a good life or a happy life or a healthy life.

 

This is very true. I have only been looking into this stuff for a number of months. It’s really messed with my brain, my sleeping habits and made my general laziness 1000x worse. You need an off switch sometimes. I’m getting quite good at knowing when I need to give it a rest. 

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After many years of investigation and practice my conclusions are like this :
Inside human beings is a chaos of dark and light, many subconscious tendencies that are violent and negative, like a shattered person with some pieces white and some pieces dark.  This is very painful, and the world outside reflects what is inside you .. it displays outside what is happening inside, this is supposed to help you because comprehending the inside can be difficult so you are assisted by seeing and feeling it outside.

Anyway ... the job that we all have to take is to accept that this is what we are.   We are not perfect, far from it, but shattered fragemented people and our job is to turn all the dark pieces to white and integrate it all.

This involves a lot of inner searching, of inner honesty about our pains and wounds and feelings.  It is not such nice work.

But, it is the only work.  Underneath our faces we are a large subconscious creature living in the darkness for eons.  And things will not change unless we change them.

We have to be kind the dark parts inside, and speak to them .... we have to bridge the Light into the subconscious.  That is the job ... to reach upwards to the Light and actually let it heal all the fragments inside.

Only then will we become whole ... and only then will the outside smile at us.

 

And, if you spend so much time chasing after the bad people of the world ... you just make the situation worse inside you.  You indulge in the angry dogs, in the negative voices in the fear and alarm.  You increase the speed of the harm inside.

So no, we are not perfect ,but we must seek to gently perfect ourselves by choosing the Light again and yet again.

Out there in the world, it is a world reflecting billions of unconscious and dark and fragmented people ... what you see out there is what people are inside.
You cannot do anything out there.
You can't really work with the darkness in that way ... you have to inside yourself let the Light meet the dark parts and transform them one by one.

That's the only thing to do.


There are some things I have seen that are useful for this including these  recently developed practices:
Feeding your demons (Buddhist), Inner Bonding, IFS therapy.
Nothing will improve until we improve it, step by step.

 

Of course this doesn't deal with the evil dismantling of society that is going on, but for my own self I have zero intention of coming back to this chaos planet again so I would like at least to reach a higher level of sanity within myself even if the rest of the world is committing suicide.  When people are so dark and spreading so much hatred and lies and bending everything ... what can be done for them?  I wish to leave the insanity.

 

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And also, you do have to forgive others their tresspasses ... because with so much mess inside them they simply cannot or will not do the good things ... they are not able to.  So you do have to let go of them.

This is planet chaos, and that's as good as it's gonna get I'm afraid.

Not point demanding people do things they can't do don't understand.

 

Also the more you make war with the outside the worse your own subconscious gets.

It's like we have 500 wild dogs inside us ... the job and it's not a nice or easy one, is to take them one by one and help them as much as you can, by being kind, by explaining things, by doing good things.

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Many more suicides happening in the country where a friend of mine resides. It's mostly people in the entertainment industry-- TV and movies- those who are without jobs and running out of savings. It's all very sad..

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On 8/8/2020 at 6:49 AM, rideforever said:

We have to be kind the dark parts inside, and speak to them .... we have to bridge the Light into the subconscious.  That is the job ... to reach upwards to the Light and actually let it heal all the fragments inside.

This really rings with me.... but it's also very lonely work isn't it. I've lost most people now since I've began doing "the work" I have my children and a partner who is pretty stoic and calm (mostly but not always haha) but I find it so hard to find  people I feel connected to in every day life (I find them online but it's not the same is it). I would give anything for a deep and meaningful chat over a great dinner and bottle of wine but I feel myself just zoning out from others or just feeling like a nodding dog while they gossip and moan about their neighbours and friends ........ it all feels so superficial now sometimes I miss being "asleep" and living for chasing the next fix that helps me feel alive - it was all utter nonsense of course and I was lonely inside but i used to feel comfort in company and now i dont really like people very much at all 😂

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Well ... who inside you is zoning out or nodding ... that one is probably feeling unloved and need to be held, you have to hold that one.  Two good modern therapies are Inner Bonding (look for the old videos online when Margaret Paul was younger) and Inner Family Systems ... there is a good book "Self therapy workbook".  No good going through life with lots of unloved bits inside ... being unhelped again.

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I had a brief moment of utter despair last night.

 

One person who I considered to be a role model peer figure - a truly great scientist in his own right and one of the most academically intelligent persons I have ever met. Told me about his views of the crisis last night and it was almost verbatum the MSM version. And I was like, holy cow. Great minds have been hijacked here. Then I had to question if these people really had great minds in the first place, and what constitutes a great mind. But yeah if he's fallen for it I suspect most Joe Public must have as well. So that was depressing, for like 10 mins. Then I thought why waste my time and energy on this, lets spend it on creating the future I want .

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4 hours ago, Mr H said:

I had a brief moment of utter despair last night.

 

One person who I considered to be a role model peer figure - a truly great scientist in his own right and one of the most academically intelligent persons I have ever met. Told me about his views of the crisis last night and it was almost verbatum the MSM version. And I was like, holy cow. Great minds have been hijacked here. Then I had to question if these people really had great minds in the first place, and what constitutes a great mind. But yeah if he's fallen for it I suspect most Joe Public must have as well. So that was depressing, for like 10 mins. Then I thought why waste my time and energy on this, lets spend it on creating the future I want .

This reminds me of my lovely intelligent sister.  She’s always questioned MSM, had her own thoughts and ideas, well researched and yet she has fallen for this hook line and sinker. Face masks work, Covid is on death certificates because it’s science making it’s best judgement, people need to stay at home etc.  Personally, I think it’s a protection mechanism, she has struggled mentally for a long time and I think she is doing it for her own sake, not daring to think that our own government could possibly do something so bad. 

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Yes I have a brother and a sister. I have spoken to both. My brother has listened to me. He doesn't quite believe everything but is almost there. My sister was actually angry at me for saying anything. And she also works for Microsoft and went completely ballastic when I mentioned something about Bill Gates. She sent me a few essays and videos of him being the Messiah. So I decided to let it be with her. She has the information and intelligence, up to her if she chooses to use it.

 

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I’m gonna put this here so I won’t go on a rampage all over this good forum and good people.    I’m sorry ahead of time.  
 

Motherfucking fuck fuck fuck.  Burn down the motherfucking CDC.  
 
To Mother fucking fake fuckers: 
 

IF YOU’RE STRONG PROTECT THE WEAK. 

Don’t make a fucking show of yourself. This is not a fucking show. 


To the bendy motherfuckers bending and twisting the truth:  it’s simple.  YOU ARE NOT THAT FUCKING SPECIAL.  Obey the laws God put forth.  You don’t have to be a fucking scholar to know these simple things.  

All these SCARED LITTLE IDIOTS AAAH.  Don’t they know they’re gonna die anyway?  

 

Fuck you fuckface.  
 

Kick rocks motherfuckers.  

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I don't know if it's "external" or internal. I don't know how everyone else is doing but I seem to be running into a load of negativity and it's pissing me off.  Can't seem to get out of this slump. Whether it's passive aggressive comments from family members, or negative encounters my vibration of there is such a thing feels zapped and my very being feels zapped of any life. 

 

I also have a feeling that something bad is coming very soon. 

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Thought I'd post on here as I'm so troubled just now.

 

I am going through some manic rage that I cannot control. Everything makes me angry or cry. But lately the rage is getting worse. 

I don't want to socialise outside my home. 

Every little thing is making me so angry. I've never been this bad. Usually I can shake it off, but now I cannot.

I don't know if it's the madness of this world or what. 

I felt so sad for humanity before. Now I'm just angry.

 

Sigh 

 

Anyone else feeling this way  and any tips of coping? 

(I am hearing from a psychologist weekly)

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18 minutes ago, allymisfit said:

Thought I'd post on here as I'm so troubled just now.

 

I am going through some manic rage that I cannot control. Everything makes me angry or cry. But lately the rage is getting worse. 

I don't want to socialise outside my home. 

Every little thing is making me so angry. I've never been this bad. Usually I can shake it off, but now I cannot.

I don't know if it's the madness of this world or what. 

I felt so sad for humanity before. Now I'm just angry.

 

Sigh 

 

Anyone else feeling this way  and any tips of coping? 

(I am hearing from a psychologist weekly)

 

Absolutely completely on board with what you say in this post. I had fairly serious problems prior to this Plandemic, but it has intensified severely this year. The things which sustain me are my thirst for knowledge and researching, listening to people like David Icke, Max Igan and Vernon Coleman so that I can receive the mirroring that I don't get from most of my fallow human beings, and immersing myself in nature and music. 

 

But sometimes the grief and rage are unbearable. The frustration of watching the majority of my fellow human beings blindly giving their freedoms and power away is overpowering. Sometimes I want to roar and scream. I am now at the point of trying to minimize exposure to stimuli which exacerbate this frustration, i.e. telling family not to talk about the MSM's narrative on the plandemic to me, avoiding going into shops and other places which are trying to impose mask wearing and hand sanitizer on people. 

 

These are tough, gritty times. I see, hear and feel your post. Thank you for sharing how you are feeling, it made me feel a little bit less alone, if only briefly.

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1 hour ago, Ethel said:

 

Absolutely completely on board with what you say in this post. I had fairly serious problems prior to this Plandemic, but it has intensified severely this year. The things which sustain me are my thirst for knowledge and researching, listening to people like David Icke, Max Igan and Vernon Coleman so that I can receive the mirroring that I don't get from most of my fallow human beings, and immersing myself in nature and music. 

 

But sometimes the grief and rage are unbearable. The frustration of watching the majority of my fellow human beings blindly giving their freedoms and power away is overpowering. Sometimes I want to roar and scream. I am now at the point of trying to minimize exposure to stimuli which exacerbate this frustration, i.e. telling family not to talk about the MSM's narrative on the plandemic to me, avoiding going into shops and other places which are trying to impose mask wearing and hand sanitizer on people. 

 

These are tough, gritty times. I see, hear and feel your post. Thank you for sharing how you are feeling, it made me feel a little bit less alone, if only briefly.

 

Hey Ethel, 

 

Thank you so much for your reply. I can relate to everything you said 🙂

 

I got so angry today as one lady decided to walk on the middle of the road today, while there there were heaps of cars. All to avoid walking past me as I may be super infectious. I had to mutter something as I was disgusted by her stupidity. 

I wanted to give her a high five on her forehead with a chair for that. 

Normally these things wouldn't make me mad, just roll my eyes and carry on. But that really infuriated me for some reason lol. 

 

I hope we get through this madness Ethel, it truly does feel horrible inside. I'm just not me anymore. A shell of my former self who used to love life..

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4 minutes ago, allymisfit said:

 

Hey Ethel, 

 

Thank you so much for your reply. I can relate to everything you said 🙂

 

I got so angry today as one lady decided to walk on the middle of the road today, while there there were heaps of cars. All to avoid walking past me as I may be super infectious. I had to mutter something as I was disgusted by her stupidity. 

I wanted to give her a high five on her forehead with a chair for that. 

Normally these things wouldn't make me mad, just roll my eyes and carry on. But that really infuriated me for some reason lol. 

 

I hope we get through this madness Ethel, it truly does feel horrible inside. I'm just not me anymore. A shell of my former self who used to love life..

 Yeah, I understand, and have had similar experiences. Just today I went into a petrol station to use the toilet, and the guy behind the counter told me to "stay away from the customers because you're not wearing a mask". And I definitely relate to not feeling like myself anymore. The whole thing is taking a heavy toll.

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Ive had to disengage from the whole thing for a couple weeks. When your stood there shouting fire and everyone around you is just milling on by its not a good feeling. I had to take two week where didnt think about it or talk about it, didnt go shopping, ordered in food. Just focused on my work and nothing else.  Thankfully my workplace you can kind of forget about covid as its a madhouse and everyone too busy to care about breathing on each other.

I drove to the beach other day, it was pissing down and stormy, my favourite, just got out my car and had a walk, no-one there. The fresh air was great. Mentioned it to workmate and got the reply that that area was in lockdown and I shouldnt have driven through. I just blinked at her, I had no words lol. 

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On 9/28/2020 at 3:50 PM, allymisfit said:

Thought I'd post on here as I'm so troubled just now.

 

I am going through some manic rage that I cannot control. Everything makes me angry or cry. But lately the rage is getting worse. 

I don't want to socialise outside my home. 

Every little thing is making me so angry. I've never been this bad. Usually I can shake it off, but now I cannot.

I don't know if it's the madness of this world or what. 

I felt so sad for humanity before. Now I'm just angry.

 

Sigh 

 

Anyone else feeling this way  and any tips of coping? 

(I am hearing from a psychologist weekly)

I have felt exactly what you describe here. It has happened previous years when I'm in a particular low period. I too have muttered angrily at idiots crossing the road. 

 

Make sure you are not overloading on information. I've been guilty of this the past couple of weeks and am planning a digital detox. I don't use social media but in my spare time I'm watching too much ytube.

 

You play an instrument don't you? I cannot play the guitar to save my life but when I'm down I've been gravitating towards my guitar and it calms me down. 

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I felt this was worth a topic in the health section as mental health can directly affect general health. For example when people are depressed or scared, cortisol levels raise, which directly weakens the imminent system and problems can then begin. I imagine most of us are struggling at the moment as all the fun has been taken away from us, with things planned to get worse as we know. It doesn’t help that we can observe most people still believing the lies of the media with no questions whatsoever, which diminishes hope for us. 

 

Ive not been the sort of person to suffer from any sort of depression or anxiety as I live a happy stress free life living the life I enjoy. But like I said with that being taken away and maybe even with 5G being rolled out, (even low levels emf below 5G affect hormones in the brain causing mental health), even I’m struggling, with no motivation to get out of bed or do anything in the day and just existing for the sake of it thinking what’s the point. So I know if I’m struggling then a lot of people will be having it a lot worse than I am, and no wonder suicide rates are through the roof, I know more people who have died of suicide than of covid. 

 

So I wanted to put together some good suggestions for anyone reading about how to try and boost things a bit, and please add other suggestions or your experiences, but for me useful things are: 

 

-positive affirmations, today I’m going to have a good day, today I’m going to do everything I want to do etc 

 

- connecting with friends or people you resonate with 

 

- exercise, yoga, breathing exercises etc 

 

- listening to positive music, music is frequencies and frequencies affect the subconscious so listen to music that makes you happy

 

- entertaining yourself with whatever’s you enjoy, walks in nature, drawing, books, jigsaws, films, things you need to do in the day etc, and this one is very important to avoid developing any addictions, as they begin due to boredom. 

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Things which have helped me include:

 

  • Saying prayers of gratitude for the things which I am grateful for
  • Writing in a feelings journal about my emotional state
  • Keeping a general diary in which I describe the events of my day. This is useful because you are actively showing an interest in yourself.
  • No compromise self care habits
  • Eating a variety of fruit and veg every day
  • Drinking approx 8 glasses of water a day
  • Getting regular exercise
  • Aiming for approx 8 hours sleep a night
  • Listening to classical music
  • Coloring 'Mandalas'
  • Being honest with myself as much as possible

 

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I view this as an opportunity to work through all your shit.  In America there is pressure to be productive, busy, and keep up appearances, to be successful.  Materialism is held up as the ideal way of life here.  Only lip service is paid to real values or the elusive “spirituality.”

 

Looking at the phone and getting informed is the first thing to do when you wake up then get to work or pretend to be busy.  Must meet goals.  Must have goals. 

No time for introspection.  It’s looked down upon because it distracts from the race.  If you’re an addict you can’t see it.  Here your whole life can go by and you don’t even realize you are mentally ill.  If you realize it you go get labeled, get funneled through the mental health industry and get fubared. 

 

I didn’t realize how much I hated myself even though it’s quite obvious.  I’ve cut myself up and starved myself for years to fit some ideal and thought it was the thing to do.  People can even tell you for years you’re fucked up and you can be completely blind.  In fact, it’s acceptable to hate yourself here.  There are whole industries built around self hatred.  

 

Working through all this shit is hard.  It’s hard breaking destructive habits but this is the time to do it. 
 


 

 

 

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Get a bicycle, either a normal one or an e-bike and get out into nature as much as possible.

 

You will meet a lot of like minded people. An hour or two every other day has really worked wonders for me.

 

I have also bought a lot of physical books, regularly meditate and also star gaze (weather permitting) 

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Sometimes getting your head out of your own ass is also good...there are plenty of people in need.  Animals too if you prefer.  Do you like cats?  There are always mother and baby cats that need temporary housing.  It’s a tough job, but very rewarding I hear.
 

Are cats gross?  Shelters also appreciate people who volunteer to walk dogs and deliver food and blankets for the cold season.  If you don’t like dogs IDK there’s something wrong with you.  

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