There can be no doubt that we’re in times of prophecy, and the world as we’ve known it is fast coming to an end. The events of 2020 have forced more people than ever before to awaken to this reality- but what about those who haven’t?
Despite so many beings coming into the light, there are still many trapped in low consciousness, and that’s because they’re vibrating in fear. The problem is, our world is so determined to keep us in angst that moving out of that fear is no easy feat.
Is there hope for the unawakened to step into a higher awareness, or is it too late? What can conscious beings do to assist in the process?
In this episode, owner of The Dynamic Man, LLC, Pat Stedman and I discuss the dangers of staying in the fear consciousness.
- How fear has stagnated our basic humanity:
When encountering a traumatic event of sorts, most people are unlikely to step in to help, and that’s because we’ve been taught that doing so could result in us being questioned, ridiculed, or even sued. Our fear of what might happen to us for being of service stops us from taking action when it’s needed most.
- Why we need to think of our traumatic events as formative, not catastrophic:
Most people think of the bad things that have happened in their lives as debacles, but thinking that way will only keep us in a low vibration. When we acknowledge that these events have shaped us, it’s easier to move into a higher level of consciousness.
- What 2021 has in store for sleeping beings:
The first wave of awakening took place in early 2020, and it was a relatively easy process. However, the same can’t be said for 2021. Everything imaginable will come to light in the next year, and the unprepared will not have a smooth transition into the new world.
Pat Stedman is a men’s dating and relationship coach and owner of The Dynamic Man, LLC. He is also the author of Tackling Texting: Text Women Like a Natural. Get the Dating Life You Want. Outspoken on social media, Pat has fascinating insights on the world around us and is passionate about sharing them with others.
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