I feel it’s important to say, moving into the time-space-continuum can have its challenges. As the ‘intuitive viewer’, I pick the ‘probability’ which is the strongest, the likeliest of outcomes, to hop into and look around. The trial in that is, we as people, have the ability to change our probabilities through ‘free will’ and choice. Everyday we can choose right or left, straight or backwards or somewhere in-between. We can disrupt the main probability of choice through our actions, poor decisions, fear, and staying cemented in the past. Sometimes it’s a crap-shoot really, when looking into the ‘future’. This is why so many ‘intuitives/psychics get it wrong. Someone chooses another direction at the last minute.
The movie ‘Minority Report’ shared this quality on film quite well. It’s an old Steven Spielberg adventure with Tom Cruise as our protagonist. It’s a ‘future time frame’, where murder has been eliminated; it is stopped before it happens. A group of “precogs’ as they are named, are psychics who have precognitive abilities to see the future. They look into probability factors to see who has the intent to kill. When someone is spotted Tom is our guy to stop the act before it happens. The defining moment and dialogue takes place near the end of the film when Agnes the precog says to Tom/John, “You still have a choice, you can choose.” It states clearly, succinctly, how easy it is when it all comes down to that specific decision; we can choose the path we want through simple deeds, thoughts and actions.
My predictions I wrote yesterday wrap around this idea – we have the ability to choose different outcomes as an individual as well as a nation and as a global unit. Maybe things I saw yesterday will have a different outcome and move into another probability target in as short a time as a week or a month, six months or even at the last minute, based on free-will and the collective choice/will. Presidential elections a case in point. I would love to see Ron Paul as President. Stating someone else is to be in the White House was tough, however I had to put my personal thoughts, ideas and hopes aside to pick up on the bigger dynamic. Time, will prove me right or wrong. This time I would love to be wrong.
For those who know me, being ‘wrong’ isn’t one of my strong suits. I like getting things ‘right’. This is a good test for me to be as specific as I was just to test myself. I’m great with individual future plans, I wanted to see if I could sync in with the global reality, even if I wanted to ‘see’ it differently.
Time will tell.
Cosmic sunshine to you.
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