Southeastern States and Storms

If you’re living in the Southeastern U.S., pay attention to the hurricane predictions made by the weather services.  The Southeastern states, including Florida, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina, and eastern Tennessee, and Virginia are going to get the brunt of the storms generated this Fall, 2016.  There will be flooding and power difficulties.  Make sure you’re going to be prepared.  The closer you are to Florida, as the crow flies, the worse it will be for you.  Flooding will be one of the worst parts of the storms.  There just won’t be enough time for the ground to absorb all the rain water before more storming happens.  The storms will then go up the eastern coastline adding rain to those areas.

I’ve been using the word “storms” because I see the most difficulty coming from what is left from the hurricanes – wind and rain – as they go inland, as well as what is generated by Atlantic hurricanes that get downgraded.  Again, I see lots of flooding.  I also see food shortages and in some areas gasoline shortages worse than just the pipeline break is causing.  So start preparing now.

Although I see most of the inland storming lessening in November, I also see a late storm in November, but it won’t be as serious as what we see in the next weeks before mid-November comes.  Either way, pay attention to the weather services, and if you have specific questions which they’re not answering, you can ask here.

God Loves Ordinary People

God doesn’t need spiritual giants in order to work through for Him/Her to be present in our world. God doesn’t need people of great wisdom or anyone who is good at doing public speaking. God doesn’t need anyone special.

God can and does work through ordinary people – like us. God can and does work through any person who has the capacity to love. God can and does work through any person who is willing to help in some way. God can and does work through any person who can be open.

Each of us who opens our hearts and minds to assist or help in some way, opens a channel for the Consciousness of God to be active within that person. Sure, we may not be aware of the Consciousness of God, in those moments, but Christ walked among us and appeared as an ordinary human being.  He can work through us, and it seem like an ordinary experience.

The determining factor is that when we have our hearts and minds open – willing to help someone who may need help – we are focused on an “other” person rather than ourselves. We aren’t concerning ourselves with what benefits our self, or what we get out of something, but rather we are focused on the well-being of another person or many other people.

Christ said, “As the Father is in me, so am I in you.” He also said, “I and the Father are one.” Any time we act from love or kindness or compassion or mercy or patience or any of the other fruits of the spirit, the Infinite Consciousness of God is present, because there is no separation between Christ and Love, God and Love, and therefore, God and us when we act from love. The Spirit of Love comes through us instantly when we love another.

Unfortunately, our own consciousness is not able to conceive of an Infinite Consciousness. It’s sort of like trying to teach a turtle how to perform algebra. There is no comparative conception going on. But, conceiving of an Infinite Consciousness doesn’t have to happen for us to love, and therefore for the Spirit of Infinite Love to be part of the experience.

We are ordinary people. God loves to work through ordinary people, because there are so many of us.  He/She/We can touch more people with the love, kindness, mercy, patience, etc that we have within us. And God can then bless us with His Infinite Healing presence in those moments when we are open and loving kindness is extended to each other.  We may not call it an Act of God, but anywhere Love is, God is.

“Love one another as I have loved you.” God asks us to do this, also for the reason that He then gets to be more present and active in our life when we do.

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“If you want a direct experience of God, then Love someone, for God and Love are never separated.”  (The Rainbow Cards, 1990-2016, ©, Jodie Senkyrik)

Forgiveness: Why It’s So HARD!!!

We all may agree that forgiveness is needed in our lives.  It is a spiritual prerogative.  It is also a social, emotional and psychological imperative.  But, it is one of the hardest things to do within our own heart and mind.

There are so many factors that are involved with forgiving.   There are so many facets of our own psyche that are attached to the circumstances and actions in which we are called to forgive about.  So, of course, it is going to be a difficult challenge, especially if the different parts of us – within us – are struggling against the other parts of us that are within us.

Books and more are written about forgiveness.  There are countless articles and treatises that are written about forgiveness.  The Bible is filled with the calling to forgive, and so we try.

Forgiveness isn’t always a “freeing” experience, like some say.  It isn’t always a wonderful experience.  This is because we are multi-dimensional and multi-faceted individual souls.  There’s a lot going on inside us – in our minds, in our hearts, in our hopes for life, in our dreams, in our motivations, in everything about us.

Forgiveness is, in fact, an act of letting go.  But, there is sometimes great grief in this act.  Why grief?  Because there is a death occurring.  It isn’t a death of a person, but rather the death of a dream and image of something – giving way to the reality of something.

More often, it is the death of who we think a person is, and who we want that person to be, as well as what we think our relationship to the person is, and what we want our relationship to be.  Forgiveness brings us to a realization that the person and our relationship aren’t what we had imagined, thought, believed, hoped, dreamt it all to be.

It is with forgiveness that we come to realize that the person is slightly or greatly different than we had projected onto them.  The death of that “imagined person” comes through the act of forgiveness.  Who we wanted to believe that person or persons were comes to an end (or partially).  There is sometimes great grief that comes with this realization.

This all brings us to the point that we can let that other person become a human being instead of being an imaginary person whom we projected onto.

In our hearts, it is easier to like and love someone who we don’t know that well as a human being.  It is easy to project onto that person.  In our hearts, it is more painful to love an actual human being who is capable of hurting others – someone who we learn about in a deeper way – someone who demonstrates their ability and willingness to disregard and hurt others.

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Forgiveness is an act of growth for us when we forgive.  We open up our mind to see a real person – a real live human being who has thousands of qualities – both good and bad – and not some idealized image of a person whom we only were willing to see either the good or the bad – without the other.

When we put someone on a pedestal, we don’t see the reality of who they are.  We don’t see them as human beings with all their faults.  We only see an image – a false human being – an unreal human being.  That is why it is then so easy to crucify them.

When we forgive, we let them get off the pedestal and become a soul who is trying to learn how to be a human being – regardless of whether they’re successful or not – regardless of whether or not we’re aware of whether they’re trying – regardless of whether they are even trying or not.

When we forgive, we change ourselves into a human being who sees another human being – instead of an image of that human being.  When we forgive, we allow the relationship to be what it is, rather than what we want it to be – leaving us in a better place to decide whether it is a relationship we wish to continue and bring forth a different love or discontinue because of the need to remove ourselves from a bad relationship.

The reason why Christ can love us without reservation is because He forgives us over and over.  Forgiveness doesn’t make the relationship better not even how we relate to Jesus, but it does create an open door for our inner change to happen.  If we’re willing to walk through the open door for change, then the relationship can get better, but not everyone who is forgiven is willing to walk through the open door for change.

That is why forgiveness can also bring grief.  Forgiveness can also bring the reality of a destructive relationship which needs to come to an end.  We can forgive ***and forget*** but it comes with change.  Sometimes that change is to love more.  Sometimes that change is to move on.

The challenge of many of the Jews and others who were alive after WWII was to forgive the Nazis.  The awareness was present for many that only in the forgiving of them did the prisoners become free from the Nazis.  If there was no forgiveness, the two were still tied together.

Forgiveness doesn’t make everything peachy-keen.  Again, it brings a view of the reality of what the relationship is and what the relationship isn’t.  It helps us to see when we have been holding onto someone wanting them to be someone they aren’t.  It helps us to see when we’ve been holding onto a relationship wanting it to be something it isn’t.  And with this awareness, perhaps be able then to choose a better action on our parts other than idealizing someone or some part of someone, and idealizing the relationship or some part of the relationship.

Finally, mercy is always available to help us to forgive.  Remember, each of us has been forgiven many, many, many times and by many, many, many people – including by Christ, Himself.  And we’ll never know the full spectrum and all of the quantity of the times we’ve been forgiven.  As long as we are alive as human beings, we will never know.  We can only know that we’ve been forgiven countless times, but for the rare occasions that we may learn a few of the details of when and why.

We can then participate in our forgiving of others without holding onto expectations – just letting the act of forgiveness itself be a hidden act of mercy, and then moving on with our life.

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Forgiveness is also the act of taking our own heart in our own loving arms, holding our self close with kindness, forgiveness and love.  ©, 2016, Jodie Senkyrik

“Joseph said to them, “Don’t be afraid! I can’t take God’s place.” ” Genesis 50:19

Psychic Predictions Revisited

For the 2016 Hurricane season

I’m seeing a total of 2 (at most 3) major storms come into the Gulf of Mexico and affecting the US during this Hurricane season.  I’m seeing a possible 7, maybe 8 hurricanes/tropical storms affecting Latin America and Mexico.

The 2/3 storms in the US, I see all affecting the Southeast states, with (not in order) 1 going up the west coast of Florida, then into Georgia, Alabama, and Kentucky.  I see one going up into Mississippi and Alabama and then north and east.  And a 3rd, going into Louisiana and Mississippi, then north and northeast.

I also think these South Eastern states will get a lot of rain with flooding beginning in September, that is not related to any hurricane.  However, I’m also seeing the next storm at the same time, so maybe the rain will happen after it downgrades and goes inland.  Maybe that’s what it is, but, I also see a weather front coming from Texas and going into the South Eastern states contributing to rain amounts.

I see possibly 2 hurricanes/tropical storms going upwards along the East Coast, but will dissipate or go out to sea rather than inundate the states, but that doesn’t mean they won’t get storms.  I do see a strong storm for South Carolina.

The Gulf is getting more storms this year because of the location of the birth of these storms – more westward than in past years.  The further out in the Atlantic – eastward – they begin, the more their chances of going up the East Coast.

The Election

I’m looking at the coming factors and circumstances of each of the two main candidates. If Donald Trump wins vs if Hillary Clinton wins.

I’d like to preface this with the statement that even though there are rabid party supporters on both sides that have demonized their opponent, in effect saying, this is a good vs evil battle.  This demonization is not reality.  It is America’s version of extremism and can be/is harmful to the individuals that drink of this cup.  No extremist views are truth or reality, but that doesn’t stop individuals from choosing to be extremists.

It is truth that there is both good and bad in both candidates.  This is true, because there is both good and bad in all souls.  The Edgar Cayce Readings state it as, “There is good in the worst of us.  There is bad in the best of us.”  Those that choose to see this political time as black and white, good and evil, are the ones who are losing the battle with themselves within their own hearts and minds.  Seeing only good in someone or only evil in an opponent is not honest and therefore unhealthy for an individual’s own consciousness.  There are prices to pay in the mind and heart for extremism.

First prediction – I see some people with financial and political power in the US (not candidates) that want to own the government, and will do whatever they think they have to in order to do just that.  (Yes, this is exactly what I see.)  I see these currently being mostly Republican Candidate Supporters because the Republicans are vulnerable to the mindset needed.  These people will choose whomever they think can be allied with them.

If Donald Trump wins, these people mentioned above will think they’ve got it made and can have what they want.  However, Donald Trump won’t be their puppet.  That is working in his favor, but they will still put all the pressure they can on him to try to get what they want. Unfortunately, with that kind of super-pressure, about 18-24 months into his presidency, he will succumb to some demands they have.  His policies will mostly benefit the financial industries and businesses with little change to social or populace services and policies.

If Hillary Clinton wins, this group will pull out all stops and go after her administration with all effort in order to reclaim their hunger for control of the government.  They will not stop at legal acts only.  Their hunger and thirst for political power will seemingly “have no end”.  They will be spurred on by their abject rage at losing the election.  They want the power and they will take it at all costs.  I can honestly use the phrase, “They will come out swinging.”  They will do all this behind the scenes, but with all prejudice and LOTS of money.

What I see psychically is that what President Obama went through with regards to opposition, will not compare to what Hillary Clinton will face.  Her ability to accomplish anything significant will be minimal.  History abounds of many examples of people of power wanting to regain political power and doing whatever they could to get it.  It happened a millennia ago to Christ, – a group of men conspiring behind the scenes to regain their authority and control – and I see it being tried, again.

The only other candidate that can have an impact is the Green Party candidate.  Like past 3rd party candidates, Jill Stein, can also pull a significant number of votes in order to be someone to be aware of.  Ross Perot was a significant 3rd party candidate.  Ralph Nader was a significant party candidate.  3rd party candidates are part of the process.  In 1864, Abraham Lincoln was a 3rd Party candidate beating the Republican and Democrat candidates.  3rd party voters represent citizens who don’t like either candidate.  It can split voters of one party, but as for throwing away votes, I only consider people who don’t vote as throwing away their vote.

I see both candidates being 1-term presidents.

There is a spiritual battle happening, also.  It is not being played out through political boundaries, but rather consciousness boundaries.  The power to persevere within the soul is what will win.  I’ve said it before, sometimes the future doesn’t progress until those that hinder progress die off.

The Economy

Again, if all things stay the same….

I see the whole world’s economy taking a serious downturn.  If Donald Trump wins the presidency, the world economy will begin its downturn in 2017, with the full downturn in place by 2018.  With Hillary Clinton winning, the world economy will begin its downturn in 2018 with the full downturn recognized and in place in 2019 – 2020.  It will not be the fault of the President, but this person will get blamed.

This world economy downturn will become a whole world depression by around 2021.  The US will fare a bit better than the world as a whole.  Either way, it will begin in 2018, and we will begin experiencing its effects at this time, with it getting worse as time continues.  Many will believe it won’t last, but it will be, on average, 2030 before we are able to start pulling ourselves out of it.  Some will claim we’re out of it in the late 2020’s, but that’s just “selling spin”, or “spinning a tale”, (whichever is correct.) 

At this point in time, I’m seeing possible gas prices averaging around $3.50-$4/gallon in the US sometime in 2021.  Still, gas prices fluctuate so much, that they can spike and drop many times yet.  If Mr. Trump wins, I see $3/gallon gas in 2017.  If Ms. Clinton wins, I see $3/gallon gas in 2018, but fluctuate until the beginning of the 2020’s when it stays up.

Venezuela

The energy of destruction which I predicted to manifest in the physical Earth had been raised with regards to it’s vibration through prayer and meditation.  So the energy did not manifest in the large Earth event that it could have.

However…

Some of the energy was dissipated around the world and manifested in the form of other localized events (instead of a massive world-size event).  Nepal’s earthquake is one example of this redirection of energy meant to manifest.  Other earthquakes through the northern countries of South America are also examples of this energy being spread out.

However…

Some of the energy, after having been raised, became manifested through human beings in Venezuela and that is now happening.  Instead of the Earth being the channel for destructive energy, souls have taken on a lot of the raised vibration energy and it is manifesting as destructive events in mass numbers of peoples’ lives in Venezuela, now.

This is so, because there are people/souls/individuals who are willing to allow the energy of hatred, vengeance, bitterness, rage, abuse, come to manifest through their own minds and hearts.  Everyone of us who acts from these feelings and thoughts are part of this.  As the numbers of people willing to bring hatred, vengeance and more grow in ranks, into the individual and group relationships – into the lives of those around them – this energy grows and grows and grows.  When the numbers reach into multiples of millions of people, we see mass destruction happening.  The willingness within hearts then becomes the channel which the destructive low-vibration energy manifests into the Earth.

 

Venezuela

 

Over a year ago, I saw physical disasters hitting Venezuela.  As time passed, and as more prayers for the people were brought forth, the predictions I gave did not happen as I saw.  Instead I was shown that up to the end, there was a need for prayers for them.  I was also shown that the prayers changed the outcome.  Prayers change things.

When prayers come forth, they raise the vibrations of the energy that is ready to manifest in destructive patterns.  The energy and pattern are both changed in the same way a higher pitch tuning fork affects lower pitch sounds.  The higher vibrations blend with and raise the lower vibrations.

When the amount of energy to manifest is so great that it would affect millions of people, it takes the prayers of millions of people to heal the energy.  When we don’t have millions of people praying, we do what work we can, with who we have praying.

With the prayers of those who we have to pray, we can lift the vibration some, and in the case of Venezuela, lift the energy from destroying the physical land to the level of the energy moving through the people and society, instead.  This actually is a healing/evolutionary step forward.  One perspective is that instead of destructive events affecting and possibly killing hundreds of thousands of people, the energy is manifesting through emotions and giving the choice to individuals to face that which is within them (us) through the freewill choices they (we) can make.  The destruction is then a choice instead of physical destruction without choices.

Make no mistake, the energy is strong and the patterns within the energy are triggering WILLING destructive action from within some people’s hearts and minds.  For, one main factor here is not whether it manifests through the Earth or through people, but do we get to have the choice of whether we manifest destruction or not.  It is better if we get to choose, because with souls doing the choosing, there are many who choose to heal that which is within their hearts and minds instead of it being forced upon all people.

Souls will always be given freewill.  With this freewill, we can do many things to help healing.  Prayer being one thing.  We can also bring forth many things to enact destruction.  Rage and hatred being two of those things.

Venezuela will find peace again, after much time, suffering and  effort (and prayers) – just like New York City and the U.S. did after the WTC attack, as well as New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.  Healing comes from effort to bring forth healing.  There was suffering from all these events, and there is suffering going on in Venezuela, too.

Always when we bring God into the mix of things – through prayers, meditations, kindness, mercy, love, openness, etc – there will be a raising of the vibrations and healing will occur according to the strength of the souls working for this healing.

We are always given a choice.  Through prayer, and that listed above, we have the choice to answer what He said, “As I love you, love each other.”

We can determine our life and change our future by the choices we make.

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I’m working on an article updating/reviewing some of the predictions I’ve made in the past.  As people change, so does the future.  If you’re subscribed, you’ll receive an email about it.

Wisdom in Life

Every person has wisdom within them.  Every. Single. Person.  And yet, we have questions and struggles, and confusion, and problems, destructive behavior, hatred, violence, rage, etc.

All wisdom is within us.  We keep our wisdom within our inner refrigerator/freezer.  Sooner or later, in this life or the next, or the next after that, we will dig into our freezer, pull out some wisdom, thaw it out, devour it, digest it, integrate it into our cells, and thus putting it to use, it will be part of us.

Obviously, it will never be part of us – our muscles, our organs, our brain, our heart – if we only look at it and study it.  It must be put to use – like vitamins, minerals, protein, carbohydrates, etc.  In addition, none of this wisdom will help us while it is still being kept frozen deep within us, not sought after and not considered.

Sometimes a willingness to learn helps to motivate us to dig into our freezer of wisdom.  Sometimes pain and suffering helps motivate us to venture into our freezer.  Obviously, a willingness to open our minds and hearts – a willingness or desire to learn – feels a lot better than the pain and suffering experiences.  That’s been my experience, having gone through both.

Kindness – on Purpose

Right now in the US, we face a kind of craziness.  It is brought on by the political situation in the US.  It is brought on by the stress, the fears, the concerns, the words, the actions of the people.  Very few of us are immune to all these above.  All these issues show themselves via people across the nation arguing with each other (and worse) – people who usually don’t argue (and worse) with each other.

For the people of this country, (or anyone you choose) – it’s time for those of us who pray and meditate to do so – pray and meditate for the people of this country (and anyone you choose.)  Those of us who pray – pray.  Those of us who meditate – meditate.  Anyone of us who doesn’t do either – do acts of kindness – on purpose.

Acts of kindness are not meant to be accidental, so let them be on purpose.  Look for opportunities to do a kindness for someone – on purpose.  Look for an opportunity to speak a kindness – on purpose.  Look for an opportunity to think a kind thought – on purpose.  Random kindness is no longer enough.

These acts or words or thoughts of kindness are not automatically done by us.  Kindness is not always automatic.  Kindness isn’t  always second nature.  These acts are not always our automatic response when someone does or says something that causes anger or pain in us.

Many times, the opposite is our automatic response.  Anger is our automatic response. Resentment and bitterness are our automatic response. Unkind thoughts are our automatic response.  Verbal arguments and abuse are our automatic response.

If this is the country we choose – one of anger, resentment, bitterness, abusive words, blame, etc.  we are moving towards that, now.  What we see happening in our country will only get worse.  As we continue along this road of anger, resentment, bitter arguments, and abusive words, we will move into the next decade building mountains and mountains of even greater anger and abusiveness.

Christ started a trend when He walked the roads of the Middle East.  He started a trend of looking for opportunities to offer kindness – through His healing, through His actions towards others one on one, and through His words.  It caught on with His followers because it offers something a whole lot better than what we automatically offer through anger, bitterness and abusiveness towards others.

Blessed are those who do kindness on purpose, for they are offering a medicine that we need much more of.

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A word of warning:  Don’t you dare think it’s going to be easy.  Remember, kindness is rarely an automatic response.  Those times you we fail, we practice “Kindness on purpose” on yourself ourselves, as well.

By the way, the kindness we give to others, the kind acts we do for others, with regards to receiving back from them – think of all the kindness that God extends to us every moment of every day.  We aren’t even aware of His kindness, are we?  But, yet His kindness comes and comes to us without end.  Such is the gift from the Spirit of Infinite Kindness.  The question is how many times have we given an equal amount of kindness back to God?  We all know the answer to that.  So, we can let God extend the kindness through our human hearts so that the other person will have had the experience of receiving kindness from God, through us – this being the purest kind of kindness.

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“Being patient towards someone is one of the most important acts of kindness there is.  You can be sure that being impatient with someone has no kindness in it whatsoever.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 1996-2016, Jodie Senkyrik)