What I'm Watching: The Black-Pilled Prophets Of Doom Are False Teachers (Drive With Dave)
David Whitehead discusses the nature of doom prophecy and how it affects mindset and manifestation
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David Whitehead recorded the following video message following our chat on Friday in which we touched upon maintaining a balanced mindset when it comes to what we expect the future to hold, that neither the most positive nor negative outcome was at all likely to occur, and that the responsible thing to do is to prep, but stay solution-focused, and to channel our energies into building the best possible outcomes for the highest good of all.
We do not need to view the world as pure doom or pure light. We can come from a balanced, functional perspective and make actionable, valuable real world decisions based upon what we know and what we would prefer to manifest by taking all of this into account, tapping into our instincts and intuition, and remaining level-headed.
Even when I read or channel, I'm taking a snapshot of where the current energy is likely to lead should all conditions remain the same. We have free will, we can send our consciousness out to literally any timeline we want to manifest for ourselves, and we are able to choose to experience any outcome utilizing focus, intent, thought, emotion, and action to get there.
This is the real secret of manifestation: You’re not bringing physical objects to you; you are moving your consciousness into a timeline where those set conditions you would like to experience preexist.
So, for me, the messages come in as a confirmation or as a warning, and based on that snapshot of the energy within the current timeline, we can decide where to direct our consciousness in order to make our experience better, we can choose to have the experience that would be for our highest good, or we could choose to have the one that is the current most preferable desired outcome regardless of highest good (which can get dicey sometimes - this is when the ego gets in the way).
When I learned to remote view from Joe McMoneagle, he warned us all from his experience that our views or predictions would lose accuracy if we got cocky about how many positive hits we were getting and allowed our egos to get in the way of what we were seeing.
So we were taught to keep our egos out of it in order to stay as accurate as possible. I think it has something to do with the power of tapping into source consciousness and staying inside the "we" vs. the vantage point of living within the "I." If I am in the ego state, the "I" state, I am not accessing the all, so therefore, I am going to be less accurate than I would be if I were focused on remaining tapped in.
And that's just to take a snapshot of the current energy within the current timeline, not taking into account that all timelines are available and ever present and that we can choose to shift our consciousness into a different timeline where the event we want to be the case actually occurs.
When the shadow gets in the way, like when a person is "black-pilled," it can be even worse. The shadow is looking at the worst possible outcome and ruminating on that until the potential for it to manifest becomes more and more prevalent. That kind of deep focus is informing the universe that the thinker is choosing to have that particular experience.
Obviously, it's something we want to avoid as individuals. We do experience it as individuals though. So, for instance, if you choose it and I choose to move my consciousness elsewhere, we will each experience the version we intended to experience. Conversely, it's something we're being programmed to do in the negative so that more of source consciousness in total will have a negative experience. The negative goal is to keep source consciousness compartmentalized, separate, and unhealed. The positive goal is to heal and reintegrate source consciousness as much as possible.
Simply put: Love reintegrates us; fear tears us further apart. So if we ask ourselves which position the thought or emotion is coming from and who it benefits, we can learn to keep the dark thoughts in check, refocus, and shift our reality so that the majority of source consciousness is having a healing experience rather than a traumatic one. (And if we happen to have a traumatic one, we can refocus on transmuting the experience into wisdom that we can then catalyze into growth and change with the ultimate outcome being healing.)
Special thanks to David Whitehead.