Happening Now: Text Glitches! Fighting Cats! Password Reset Emails!
This week has been one of the highest energy weeks that I have experienced in this lifetime on Earth.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average has hit new highs on virtually every trading day this week (yesterday’s highest point 27,684), which is generally a signal that energy is moving around in all forms: stocks, precious metals, currency, anxiety.
The Collective is stirring the proverbial cosmic soup in order to evenly distribute the heat.
This week, a close friend asked me why I sent her a text message at 12:44 am. My message simply said, “Damn.” I did no such thing, and we had a good laugh comparing screenshots of our differing text feeds.
Turns out that this happened to thousands of people, who received random texts in the middle of the night from a “glitch” in a text-messaging vendor platform used by the major three mobile companies.
This is one odd occurrence this week, but I got many reports of other events:
Smoke alarms going off for hours in vacant apartments.
Computer monitors blinking on and off.
Normally peaceful cats fighting with each other.
Sensitivity to sounds.
Receiving a large amount of robocalls or password reset emails
So what’s going on?
When high frequency energy pours into Earth, we Lightworkers, who are spread throughout the world, transduce much of that energy and emit it to others wherever we go.
But not all that energy gets absorbed, and it has to go somewhere.
This can disrupt many systems, including those with batteries (as we move to a more unified existence, the positive and negative polarities neutralize, thus draining batteries at a rapid rate…which makes smoke alarms scream until their batteries are changed). It certainly disrupts systems that send out automated messages, as in the case of password reset emails, or unexplained texts.
Humans will, of course, try to find a logical explanation for these occurrences. We’re taught to find proof so that we can file things away in neat compartments of validity. So in the case such as the mysterious overnight text messages, humanity arrived at a physical explanation for the “glitch.”
But what created the action that created the glitch in the first place? You can trace it back and back to its originating force, but here is where humanity lacks the detecting instruments for such forces. Have you noticed that when we run into a scientific brick wall, the whole situation is often brushed under the rug?
In a holographic system, there is never only one single explanation for anything. With everything interconnected, the forces that move energy can originate from multiple places in the Universe rather than just from one; and when the soup is stirred, the new combination of forces creates a new environment entirely.
This is where we are on Earth right now. Receiving energy from multiple origins, and stirring the soup to incorporate it all. So what does that mean for you here on the ground?
With each mysterious “glitch” that inspires a line of questions, you’re given the opportunity to check out the temperature of the soup. Take a spoonful and see if new, inexplicable, random things occurring have meaning for you, and resist the effort to immediately search for a logical explanation for it.
Rather than asking “how did it happen?” consider asking “Why did it happen?”
Here’s the answer I got when I asked myself this question about the text message sent without my permission:
“Consider how you take responsibility for your own actions.”
These things are not random if they show up in your life. There is a part of you that communicates through symbols, which can embody multiple applications in meaning.
Remember that your world is not random. Our Universe is an intricate holographic orchestration, coordinating interactions between people, places and events that serve all involved, always. Will you look deeper, or will you settle for the most “logical” explanation for a seemingly random occurrence?
There is no right answer because there are an infinite number of answers! You get to decide what relevance you give an event, and you then get to create from there.