Personally, I find this to be quite true too. Looking back I can point to several occasions where I realise I should have listened to my intuition. In fact, my current quest to become a healer includes honing my intuition as well. I know dwelling on the past is mostly useless, however, I do wish I had learnt this lesson as a teenager. So much suffering could have been avoided. On the other hand, it would likely have been replaced by other mistakes…
Trust your intuition; tend your fire.
☞ Is Klaus Schwab the most dangerous man in the World?
One great casualty of the ‘pandemic’ was my trust in the mainstream media, my trust in politicians, my trust in institutions, my trust in… in ‘The State’ essentially. I grew up with a healthy scepsis, sure, but fundamentally I believed in the system and that it worked more for us than against us. I can’t believe this anymore. Because I have seen it for what it is. A lie. Has it ever been what it looked like it was? I really don’t know. I hope it was. And broadly, it did look that way.
I should have woken up with 9/11. I should have woken up with the one-two punch of Assange and Snowden. But this wasn’t my path. Slowly I got into low-carb eating, and this led to my finally starting to wake up with the events of 2020/2021. And now here we are. I believe the pandemic was a hoax of epic proportions, designed to accomplish something else. Possibly digital IDs and total government control. Ostensibly, this has failed. Now they need a new distraction so they can fix it. Which is why I have many questions about the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. It’s superbly convenient for an incredible number of people. For now, I’m only on the side of the people getting hurt in a game they don’t control. But something about the whole thing stinks to high heaven. But I do not know what. This video puts the finger on much of what I feel too:
Whatever happens, keep thinking your own thoughts. And tend to your fire.