Just when we thought it couldn’t get any more confusing or crazy… it has.
It feels to me that things have really ratcheted up a level, spiritually, since Tu B’Shvat.
Rav Berland was hinting for weeks, that the ‘Rosh Hashana of the Trees’ was going to be a totally new start, a new year, in a lot of different ways, this year.
But I’m also noticing that while ‘clarity’ is flourishing in many parts, ‘confusion and doubt’ also seems to be blossoming in equal measure.
There are a few solutions for how to deal with all this, so it doesn’t totally overwhelm us, and kind of paralyse us, mentally and physically.
SOLUTION 1: REDUCE THE FLOW OF ‘INFORMATION’ COMING IN
Baruch Hashem, I am getting a lot of information, and chiddushim coming in via email at the moment, which is great.
But I also know that I’m reaching my limits of being able to absorb it all, so unless it’s ‘on topic’ for what I happen to be working on at the moment, or always interested in, I’m not ‘reacting’ to it in the same way I was a few weeks ago, or giving it the same headspace.
Similarly, I have been ‘off’ all the Jewish news sites for three weeks now, and that has freed up SO MUCH brain power and emotional and spiritual energy.
If someone sends me a link, I will still happily check that out.
But I realised that sticking all that tumah information in my brain 24/7, from these propaganda sites, is effectively just doing the job of ‘brainwashing’ myself, on some level.
S0, I am no longer giving my soul power away to these sites, and the evil agendas they promote, and the evil organisations that run them.
It’s 95% fake news anyway, and the 5% that is true is always spun in a ‘fake’, bad-for-my-soul way.
I’m not on social media, so I forget to take that into account, but if you are still sucking up all the ‘info’ from Fakebook, Twitter, Instagram and Whatsapp – try to stop doing that.
Leave as many Whatsapp groups as you can; get off Fakebook permanently; delete Twitter – or write a truthful tweet about Covid 19 shots being experimental, dangerous, gene therapy and watch how quickly you get thrown off, without having to do anything else.
The dark side uses the internet to literally ‘feed’ off of our soul-power.
If you are doing stuff online that isn’t making your soul sing, isn’t bringing you closer to God, in some way, isn’t giving you a hirhur of teshuva – stop doing it.
Or at least, WANT to stop doing it, and then ask God to help you make that desire a reality.
SOLUTION 2: MAKE TIME TO TALK TO GOD FOR AN HOUR EVERY SINGLE DAY
I know that’s hard.
At the moment, every day feels so full of stuff – even though I don’t really know what I’m doing or accomplishing, tachlis.
But I’m feeling busy all the time, at the moment, without a lot of spare energy.
And some days, I am struggling to do the hour of hitbodedut, or talking to God, that I’ve been doing for the last 14 years, even in the toughest of times.
Yesterday, I was half way through when I had an unexpected ‘interruption’ that meant I had to split my hour in two, which is definitely better than nothing, but is not ideal.
And that keeps happening a lot, at the moment.
The hitbodedut is literally the only thing that will keep you sane at the moment, and help you to navigate the birur that is heating up – particularly close to home, in the orthodox Jewish sphere.
In terms of rabbis who are actively pushing Covid shots on people, my rule of thumb is this:
Anyone who is doing that, at this stage, fits into one of four categories:
- Spiritually corrupt
That’s all I need to know.
I don’t need to take their pronouncements seriously, and I don’t need to get into slanging matches online about which category they fit into.
If there is evidence and facts to share, to help do the birur, I will share that, and then let people make up their own minds.
And that’s it.
Anything else is just pointlessly squandering my time, energy and soul-power on things that don’t really lead to a positive outcome.
Talking to God every day is how I’m also dealing with the ongoing challenges in my private life.
Last Friday, a ‘situation’ developed with one of my kids that got me so angry, I literally didn’t want to speak to them for what felt like ever again.
I knew I was over-reacting, but I also couldn’t help it.
So, I did a six hours on Shabbat, with the aim of trying to defuse the anger and to feel more compassion for that kid, and by the end of Shabbat, I was feeling way calmer, and way more in the mood to reconcile and sort things out properly.
I had a two hour chat with the kid motzash, and we cleared things up between us in a very helpful way.
How did that happen?
Only with hitbodedut.
It gave me the clarity to see where I was over-reacting, and also gave me the clarity to understand where the kid was coming from, and what was really causing the issues.
And lastly, it gave me the motivation to climb down off my ‘righteously angry’ hobby-horse, and to reach out and make peace.
If you still can’t manage hitbodedut every day, then at least try to say at least one tikkun haklali, or try to say at least one Shmoneh Esrei a bit more slowly, and with some real intent.
Something, to keep that connection between the soul and Hashem oiled and in operation.
SOLUTION 3: PICK YOUR AREAS OF FOCUS, AND STICK TO THEM
This is kind of connected to Solutions 1 and 2, but it’s super-easy for the yetzer hara to drag us off down a million blind alleys right now, especially with all the new information and ‘breakthroughs’ coming in all the time.
I can cope with a lot of information, as a general rule, but I realised that I am also hitting the wall of ‘information overload’ at the moment.
I was thinking about what God really wants from me, and what came back to me, as my personal message, is that I need to be focussing in on:
- Unpicking the Sabbatean history stuff.
- Finding solutions to, and educating people about, what’s going on with Covid shots, bio-nanotech and radiation.
- Rav Berland – as and when required.
That first topic all by itself covers a tremendous amount of challenging ground, and is taking me all over the place, from HAARP to the Russian Revolution, Cuba, MK Ultra – and much inbetween.
And the second topic often intersects with the first, especially as we move into the next stage of this process, when ‘the nations of the world’ will start blaming the real Jews for what all these Sabbatian-Freemason-Frankists have been up to.
But the point is: if I don’t stay focussed, I can’t stay the course, and get my particular part of this birur done.
So, identify your priorities and focus areas – and stick to them.
And that also applies to ‘real life’ stuff, like choosing to prioritise making supper for yourself and your family over spending time on social media gossiping.
And choosing who you really want to be talking to right now, and for how much of your time.
And even, choosing how much Torah to learn, and when, versus how much work to be doing, and how much time to be spent making parnassa.
All this stuff is also part of the birur process that is currently going red-hot for all of us.
And if you don’t know what you should be focussing on, or concentrating on right now, go back to God, and ask Him for some clues.
SOLUTION 4: EXPLORE WAYS TO DETOX PHYSICALLY
I guess the first 3 solutions are spiritual / mental / emotional ways to detox to all the ‘pollution’ and tumah filling our world and our minds right now.
But there is still a pronounced physical side to all this, too, which is why I am still busy exploring new ideas about what can help us all detox from the nanotech, Covid shots and radiation we are currently being exposed to.
Yesterday, someone recommended I watch this video, for more information about how to ‘detox’ from radiation and nanotech:
It’s from 2016, and he says a lot of things that I found very interesting, particularly about scalar energy, and about how human intention can ‘reprogram’ the physical world, DNA – and even get radiation to disappear.
(He also talks about aliens…. But not much. What can we do, the birur continues….)
His name is Ken Rohla, and you can get to his website HERE.
Another thing he mentioned, casually, is how volcanic eruptions are ‘nature’s way’ of naturally hitting the reset button, and that they actually do a lot of things to help clear out radiation, and remineralise the oceans and atmosphere in a way that is very beneficial for human beings.
It made me think of that Tonga volcanic eruption, dafka on Tu B’Shvat.
Take a look at THIS PDF on his site, entitled:
This is a screenshot of its Table of Contents – there’s a lot of good, simple, inexpensive ideas here:
Good things are about to start happening – lots and lots of them!
But, we need to stay focussed.
This next bit of the birur is probably going to be very difficult and painful, not least within the Jewish community itself.
So, keep your mind open to new possibilities and new information – but also, set some found boundaries and stay focussed, so you don’t get ‘swept away’ by what is happening next.
And the last thing to say is:
Try to connect as much as possible to Rebbe Nachman of Breslov, and Rav Eliezer Berland.
Rav Berland has recently said more than once that Shuvu Banim is the ‘ark’, of our generation.
Whoever is on that ark, in whichever way they can manage it, will be able to navigate what’s coming next way easier, and way more safely, than the people who are not on that ark.
From here on it, the waters only get more stormy and dark.
So prepare yourself.
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