How Other Planets Handle the Rebalancing pt 1

June 30, 2008

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Our Plans for the Week

This week we will be giving you some information about how other planets handle rebalancing.  We will look at three separate cases.  First we will look at how evolved planets work with rebalancing.  Then we will look at how evolving planets work with rebalancing.  We will also see how planets that are inhabited only plants and animals deal with rebalancing.


All of these cases have ideas that could help us prepare this planet for rebalancing.  We will use the final posts for the week to see what we can learn from the way other planets adjust to rebalancing.


Are you ready?  Here we go.


How Other Planets Handle the Rebalancing pt 1


In order to best understand how we can work with the planetary rebalancing that we are beginning to experience on this planet, it seems that it would be a good time to learn how other planets work with the rebalancing.  On an evolved planet, rebalancing is known and understood for the recurring event that it is.  The people of such a planet view it as a great opportunity to learn.


Let’s start with a very broad look at rebalancing.  We have written about some of these aspects in other posts to this blog.  Hopefully these explanations will expand some of the concepts presented earlier.


We will start with planets that are populated and have become an organized community that is in physical contact with other similarly evolved and organized planets.  There is actually a group of millions of planets throughout physical existence that are organized and work together to help each other.


How Evolved Planets Adjust

A planet takes many millions of years to evolve and become a part of this organized group of similarly evolved planets.  One of the things the people of a planet learn as they evolve is that there is a natural rebalancing cycle of almost everything.  We have discussed elsewhere in the blog that this natural cycle for most planets is about four billion years. 


Hopefully, as you read this, you will see that this description deals with time scales that are beyond what most of us on this planet can imagine.  That is part of the evolution – to understand just how big everything is and how long it has existed. 


During the next section we will be describing some timeframes used for various actions.  The exact times will differ depending on the planet, but the general timeframes and the order of the steps is pretty much similar on all planets.


Several thousand years before the planetary rebalancing the leadership of the planet reviews the preparedness of the leaders to handle the rebalancing.  They also begin working on plans to handle the upcoming event.  At the same time they make sure all the individuals who are on the planet and those who will be cycling in to lifetimes on the planet are properly trained and have a full understanding of rebalancing in general.  The people of the planet also start to learn about the implications of the rebalancing for their planet.


Once a plan for education is in place the leaders start to implement specific steps to prepare for the rebalancing.  One of the first things the leadership of the planet does is to assess the skill set of the inhabitants on the planet.  They also look at the individuals that are anticipated to be a part of the population during the rebalancing.  When there are skills that are needed by the planet during rebalancing the leadership makes sure that individuals who possess those skills cycle in to the planet at the appropriate times to help with the rebalancing.


About one hundred years before the rebalancing the workers take action and start to move the individuals that have taken physical forms as plants out of the areas of land that will be going underwater.  We will not spend much time on reincarnation right now, but suffice it to say that both plants and animals are individuals.  These individuals are our younger brothers and sisters in the same way that those we call angels, advanced souls, or ascended masters are our older brothers and sister.  We are all children of the same creator and the reason we all exist is to share our learning with each other.  Reincarnation just helps us to learn our lessons more quickly.


In order to treat their younger brothers and sisters properly, the people on other planets start to remove the youngsters from their physical structures.  This leaves behind a lot of dead plants, trees, etc.


As some of the people are removing their younger brothers and sisters who are plants, other people are convincing the animals to leave their habitat and migrate to areas of the planet that will not be going underwater.  We will discuss these safe areas in more detail later.  For now let’s just go forward with the understanding that there are some small areas that do not go underwater during the rebalancing.


Most of the animals trust their older brothers and sisters and gradually make their way to the safe areas.  However, there are always a few who will not listen and insist on staying put.  Eventually, these individuals go down with the land.  They gradually learn through future lifetimes that they need to move before a rebalancing occurs.



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