It’s going to be alright.

The best thing you can say to people who are stressed is that it’s going to be alright. People usually have an aversion to such news, focusing on the details that are sometimes fairly important. Often times, if a person is alive to learn, then we learn from those set-backs.

Yes, often times this is related to health or some other aspect of the equally relevant issues of life. Even then, the experience is capable of giving us something to walk away with.

There are beliefs that this world is a trap and that any negative experience is the bad end of a deal we were spiritually suckered into accepting through soul-contracts.

To this, there may be some validity, especially in what has been *created* of the current (and previous) civilizations. If consciousness and reality are inextricably linked, then what we make of the situation influences the outcome just as much as what we are told the situation is.

Think about this and the next few ideas deeply.

See what any concept is in connection with every other concept. Do this
in the moment and continually build a referential detail of your
perspective in reality.

The world learns how tight the ‘devils’ grip is once they learn to resist the illusion of choice. It’s all a mind game

Continuous anger is extremely destructive. Reducing anger and stress and converting into productive creative channels is important as the catalysts and psychological pressure builds.

Is the goal of life to sense with greater clarity, or to become numb to the pain of sensitivity. Do we know the truth, or forget the deception and illusion.

To come to reality is a measure of performing both an extension into a collective surrealism and a delving into a hyper-reality of our own making. We can’t escape this with the current format for reality.

This is part of why the universe is organized very similarly to a perspective simulation.


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