Implications of War in Ukraine

In this exchange with the Founders of the Akashic Records, they answer this question: What are the implications of the war in Ukraine? Their response discusses the implications of being manipulated by fear.


What are the implications of the war in Ukraine?

Ah, good question. Thank you!

You know that quote all it takes for evil to exist in the world is for good men to do nothing. This conflict. is going to force pretty much every country in Europe and probably the United States and some other countries as well to act.

What’s going on in Ukraine is going to force particularly countries in Europe to act to some extent. They’ve been standing by the side, you know, like doing what they can, but not getting involved. At some point they won’t stand by.

They want to say it’s not going to be as bad as we might fear. It will awful and unpleasant but they don’t see this going into nuclear Holocaust.

Whatever you might think the worst thing can be, that’s not going to happen.

But, in a certain sense, all of it energetically throughout the planet, it will force each of us to sit down to decide what we can and can’t do.

What we can tolerate and what we cannot tolerate.

Here’s what they would say to each of us on on this call, to anybody who listens to this.

The way to make an individual choice is not based on what somebody tells you about a group of people. The thing to do is to always try to personalize the people because it’s very easy for us to lose in the fear of all of this.

Because this is all about how fear is used to manipulate us.

The way to counter fear is to personalize it. In other words, for example, if you’re worried, if you’re afraid that the United States is going to get overrun by those horrible immigrants. The thing to do is to begin to think of each one of those immigrants as a person you know. A person that lives next door to you. A person you eat dinner with. A person who’s in the restaurant you like to go to. The person who sits beside you in the movie theater. The person that’s on the television.

However you need to personalize it. You need to always take anything that’s being thrown at you especially as a group of people and make them people you know.

Then you make a choice, then you decide.

Because if those immigrants are your friends and family one of the first things that should disappear is the fear.

Then you’re not making a choice based on what really now turns out to be a fear. It helps you then to focus whatever you might do to a place that matters.

And it also helps you to understand that it’s not about getting rid of fear. It’s about how you choose to respond. Because there’s plenty out there that can scare the hell out of you. It’s not about not being scared. It’s about being aware that it scares you.

But should Russia be allowed to destroy Ukraine? No.

Eventually the countries of the world are going to have to say, No, we can’t. At some point, you’re gonna have to say no.

However painful that is, whatever the consequences might be, whatever the fear might be.

But this war is happening because somebody is using fear to manipulate all of us into not doing anything.

Basically this is a moment of deciding you will not allow someone to use fear to manipulate you.


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