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What does this mean to this planet?
In the last post we talked about land falling and rising. We touched on how people elsewhere deal with the rebalancing. Today we ask what this means to our planet.
I cannot stress this point often or strongly enough. The vast majority of the answer is to stay in the moment. When you are in the now you understand why things are happening and you leave behind the fears that you would normally have of difficult situations. However, for what needs to be done to adjust to the rebalancing, that is just the beginning.
Let’s look at a few of the things that happen on other planets and attempt to anticipate what will happen here. We will start with more and stronger storms.
The current explanations as to why we are having more powerful storms and greater rainfall in some areas are “global warming” or the more encompassing “climate change”. The Crystal, Indigo, and Star Children have been taught that planetary rebalancing is much broader in its effects than climate change. Climate change is actually a subset of what happens within planetary rebalancing.
Let’s start with the current postulation that carbon dioxide is causing global warming. The next part of that postulation is that we need to stop emitting carbon dioxide so that global warming will stop.
Let’s take a look at that idea from the perspective of planetary rebalancing. First, has anyone thought that planetary rebalancing is causing the increase in carbon dioxide, and that increase is driving global warming? What that implies is that even if we were to completely stop our emissions of carbon dioxide tomorrow, the percentage of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere would continue to rise.
Please, do not misunderstand me. I am not saying that we should do whatever we want and the planetary rebalancing will take care of everything. I am not in the camp of those who say that since everything is going to fall apart anyway let’s do whatever we want.
My point is that we need to learn as much as we can about the environment of the planet. We need to do so with an open mind. Unfortunately we have coalesced around two points. First, the more common one which states that human use of fossil fuels is causing climate change. Second, the other point that more or less denies that anything we do will hurt the atmosphere. Unfortunately, the truth lies somewhere in between.
The extraction and use of fossil fuels is a process that is very damaging to the planet. We need to change the way we gather/create, distribute, and consume the energy that our society needs. Those changes need to go in the direction of minimum disruption and as little adverse impact to the environment of the planet as possible. However, we should not delude ourselves into thinking that this alone will stop or even reverse global warming and climate change.
Let’s look at what the globe will look like when the atmospheric aspect of rebalancing is complete. First the current atmospheric balance is approximately 78% nitrogen, 20% oxygen, with the remaining gasses (carbon dioxide, methane, argon, etc.) making up the last 2%.
Hold on to your hats, take a deep breath, and remember to stay in the moment. Here is the approximate makeup of the atmosphere after the rebalancing is complete. Our new atmosphere will be about equal amounts of nitrogen and oxygen with between 5% and 10% each of carbon dioxide and methane composing rest. I told you to stay in the moment, didn’t I?
What this means is that all life forms on this planet will have to adjust to this new atmospheric balance. Whether it will be a quick adjustment of a few hundred years or a longer adjustment of a few thousand years is not important to us at this moment.
What we need to be doing is getting our minds around this idea of a major rebalancing. We also need to be explaining the details of this rebalancing to anyone who is open to understanding it. We are attempting to explain these ideas as calmly as we can. There is no intention to cause fear. However, knowing that most people will have some degree of fear, we have attempted to show them how to learn to stay in the moment and master those fears. We have suggested tools that can be used to learn to stay in the moment as well as constantly imploring our readers to stay in the moment.
One final word on global warming. The warming of the planet is a natural part of the rebalancing. The reason the planet needs to become warmer is so that it will be inhabitable everywhere. On a properly balanced planet we can walk outdoors on any land mass and everywhere we will find a temperate climate from pole to pole. We are not supposed to have places on the surface of the planet that are inhospitable to life.
Well, that’s it for today. The plan for next week is to do a step by step walk through of how a rebalancing is handled on other planets. Then we will look at how we can best emulate that example on our planet.
Until then, don’t drive like my brother!
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