Q. There are conflicting reports on the internet about the Fire the Grid 2 event scheduled for July 28th. Some channel Kuthuni stating that it is NOT helpful, rather will be harmful for the planet. Can you shed some light on this?
A. Lately, I have been hearing a lot of conflicting information from different sources and checked in with those who speak to me to ask what is going on. I too was getting confused at times.
I’ve been reminded that while we are part of the whole, we are also individuals on individual journeys. We have different things that we came to learn and do while on this planet. One person may be guided to do something and another may be guided to not do the same thing. It has always been this way, but we were mostly unaware of the differences until the internet and instant information sharing gave us the opportunity to listen to other people’s point of view. There is so much info we can access and there is a reason it is not the same.
It is likely that both points of view are right for the individuals for whom the information was intended. This is where discernment comes in.
It is becoming increasingly important to use discernment when you read any information. It is essential to check in with your inner knowing and wisdom and determine what is right for you. It seems that we are being asked to do this with all information that we hear or read.
We are all being asked to learn more and more skills to access our own information and have access to the divine guidance within, our guides, teachers and beings of light. We all have this ability. For many it is just a matter of relearning and using these skills.
So, in the meantime, know that there is a purpose for all information that is posted, that we are each on a unique journey and it’s important to use discernment with all information.
We need to learn to trust that we do know what is right for us. There is an opportunity here for learning. I may be helpful to take some time to discern what this experience is here to teach you.
And like all information posted on this blog, keep what fits, and let go of the rest.