Can I be wrong?
Sure, sometimes a psychic can misread, but other times that which was predicted can be changed.
When a prediction is accurately made, it is made from psychically seeing the greatest possible outcome of all outcomes of current circumstances if all things stay the same and if people’s patterns of choosing continues as it has in the past. Rarely is the outcome 100% set in rock, though. Things staying the same or things changing is based on freewill. When Edgar Cayce made predictions, he mentioned that the future can change based on freewill of the people involved. In other words, our future doesn’t happen regardless of our choices. Our future happens because of our choices. We choose what future enfolds. Our actions have either benefits or consequences. The actions we choose determine which happens – the benefits or the consequences.
This is true of all predictions, for the most part. The mechanism of prediction is like a radio announcer who announces that a certain freeway is jammed with traffic at rush hour and will remain jammed throughout the afternoon, if current conditions continue. If EVERYONE or a great majority who hears this does something to change their usual pattern of driving then the traffic jam won’t happen as predicted. Someone then driving down that freeway later, could say “The radio announcer was wrong”, but was the announcer wrong or did the outcome change based on freewill of the people involved?
Predictions of weather are similar. If nothing is done to change things, the prediction will happen. That “nothing being done” being Prayer. If people take no steps to change things, then things won’t change. But, with Weather?!?!?!?!
Yes, prayer can change many, many things, even the weather. How many Texans do you think prayed for rain or for better weather for the Texas region. How many people are praying for the midwest and central states? It was the prayers for the Gulf Coast and it’s states coming from people all over the nation after hurricanes Rita and Katrina that healed the energy poised to send more hurricanes into the region through 2006 and into 2007. The Gulf Coast had a mild 2006 season and 1st half of the 2007 hurricane season and all the meteorologists were stymied by this.
Looking at the mechanism of prayer helps us to understand why anything can change from prayer. Prayer is the sending of energy into a certain situation or set of circumstances involving people or things. This energy helps to raise the vibrations related to the events manifesting. Many times destructive, unbalanced, and unhealthy events are the result of low energy/vibration actions or non-action by people. War, hatred, vengeance, bitterness, selfishness of many kinds, are events of distorted and unbalanced energy.
When we pray, we help to realign, rebalance and raise the vibrations and energy of a situation. By our consciously connecting to God, we are sending forth the highest of vibrations and energy into a situation. The greater the number of people praying, the more power this prayer effort has to it. In turn, then, the more people praying, the more power available to realign energies and the greater the change that can be brought about.
Realigning the energy of regions, i.e. praying for healthier weather, can help to rebalance all those factors which served to bring about the destructive weather in the first place. For example, in the Central U.S., this region was the area of many great wars during the Atlantean militaristic times. These conflicts happened many times in these regions and created a low energy region that is now becoming manifest according to karmic fulfillment. The rest of the nation is affected by this manifestation now, in the same way that they were affected by the wars back in Atlantean days.
Areas and the peoples of those area that took no action to help or stop the conflicts during the Atlantean days then had the karma of not getting that which the area needs. This can also manifest in the form of unbalanced weather. This can be seen in Texas. Texas’ future was to be no rain, and it has been dealing with very low amounts of water being replenished. It still has this slated for the state in years to come. In Texas, because no action was taken to help or stop the Atlantean wars then, no rain came to Texas in our time – that which was needed for life was not given then – that which IS needed now for life – water, does not come.
Except when prayer occurs. Prayer is an action that we can now take to change some of what is happening as a result of our mistaken past actions and non-actions. Prayer would have helped then, too. Prayer is a real mechanism of connecting to God and God’s energy, then putting forth effort to send that greater, higher energy into the situation which needs it.
We can apply this to any part of life and do. Who among us asks people outright when someone is in the hospital for something very serious “Please don’t pray.” No. We ask the opposite – “Please pray.” because we innately hold inside ourselves the deeper awareness that there is something about prayer that helps. And that something is the God connection that we make, which we then put forth into the dynamics of the certain circumstances for which we’re praying.
If you believe in a God who doesn’t answer prays, then change your beliefs. When God seems to fall short in answering prayers, it’s not God that’s falling short – it’s our praying. Prayers are answered according to the energy and effort put into them. This includes the power coming from the numbers of people praying.
But, prayers that directly go against another person’s freewill, or prayers that try to take away a person’s freewill are another issue. As we pray for others, so are we praying for ourselves. If we pray that God change someone else (against their freewill choosing), then ask yourself if you’re willing to give up your freewill to the will of another person’s decisions regarding who they want you to be.
“We have war because we have not yet prayed enough for it to end.” (The Rainbow Cards, 2008-2019, ©, Jodie Senkyrik)
“We have war, because some desire it. Those who sincerely pray for peace, don’t want war. Those who want war, don’t sincerely pray for peace.” (The Rainbow Cards, 2008-2019, ©, Jodie Senkyrik)