Coping with the Awakening to the Dark Agenda
My name is Shoshi Herscu, an investigative journalist and activist from Israel. My book Mass Awakening tells my story of personal awakening, as well as that of all humanity, to the massive deception of the world’s Elite controllers and their devastating agendas. It is an exposé on dark agendas and how people are fighting back offering hope for the future.
This article is based on a chapter in my book with the same title.
If you’re one of those who awakened to the truth about our reality, or “red-pilled”, to the dark agenda, welcome to the club! Becoming aware of our real reality isn’t a pleasant or easy process, as you may be well aware of this. It is lonely because most people around you, if not all, are unawakened, whether they are relatives, friends, or acquaintances and they think that perhaps you lost your mind.
Maybe you often question your sanity, too. Perhaps you wish that you’ve never awakened to the truth about our reality. You feel depressed, want to cry when you read all the terrible testimonies and information about so many subjects. Everything seems so fake, toxic; wherever and whatever you look at. I hear you. I feel the same.
I began awakening in 2013 finding out about chemtrails – or the whitewashed term Geoengineering – but it never stops. Here I am almost at the end of 2019 and every day I keep awakening a little bit more. I became more resilient, but as an empath, I still feel the pain and suffering from all the revelations that are emerging. There are days that the awakening is unbearable. Sometimes I don’t eat healthy (it’s a mixture of healthy and unhealthy foods). I don’t say this to tell you not to eat healthy – or unhealthy – foods. I’m just sharing how I cope with this amount of pain and suffering that I experience as an empath living in this world and being aware of how dark this world is.
Please watch this video by Victor Oddo about the five ways that empaths can thrive in our 3D modern society.
The Three Main Points in this Video:
1. Acceptance of who you are: super sensitive and emotional person.
For me, it was about realizing that if I wasn’t an empath, I wouldn’t have cared about everyone which in fact, made me write this book. I was driven to write it even though I didn’t have the resources or knowledge how to write it. I felt compelled to do so from the depth of my being.
2. Surround yourself with friends who support you, including friends on Facebook where I met like-minded, kind people and we all support each other during these hard times.
3. Being an empath takes a physical toll on us. Listen to your body, take a nap or rest if you feel drained. Be kind to yourself from every aspect of your being.
4. Use your intuition on how to deal with the awakening to the truth or with other people on a moment to moment basis. I’ve learnt to increasingly trust my own intuition and improve my decisions and reactions.
This is the reason I’m writing this article for you lightworkers, light warriors, earth patriots, and anyone who resonates with these words. For me, the awakening is a constant battle against depression, surviving one shock after another, and keep on exposing the dark agenda despite all odds. A constant battle for sanity in an insane world and reality.
One of the last challenges that everyone who exposes the truth on YouTube is going to be affected by is that YouTube is going to delete all the truther channels and those that are not aligned with the NWO agenda under the pretext that they are not “commercially viable” after December 10, 2019 according to their new guidelines. But they will not stop me nor others like you exposing the truth despite the spiritual and emotional challenges we face along the journey of awakening.
I know that the information that I share in the book and in my articles is rather disturbing. I know, and I feel for you. As I’m going through this same process of “awakening” to our true reality for seven years, I had to deal with my own emotional reactions and at times depression over these revelations. However, my readers have had to “digest” these dark insights over a much shorter period of time, and I feel that I now have to provide support on how to deal with the shock and trauma.
So I’ll share the many modalities that helped and still help me regain my balance and cope with this devastating information, as well as others by experts in the trauma recovery field. I had days that I’ve been so numb with shock and pain that I woke up during the night and cried because I felt so hopeless about doing anything to reverse these trends. I’ve picked up many tools that I used to help me cope with this shock and hope they will be of help to you. Just choose the tools that resonate with you.
Physical Modalities that Helped Me Balance
These are pointers on how to cope with the challenges both spiritually and physically, like grounding, which is also known as earthing, yourself by walking barefoot on the beach or on a grass lawn which according to Peak Fitness (Dr. Mercola’s site):
“The scientific theory behind the health benefits seen from this simple practice is that your body absorbs negative electrons from the Earth through the soles of your feet.” I can confirm that it helped me relax and regain my balance very quickly and I used to do it on a daily basis.
Dr. Mercola says in the documentary Ground to Earth: “I’m grounded 95% of the day!” (14-minute mark)
What’s also helpful is sunbathing, daily exercise, and meditating. Eating cilantro and wheatgrass, and taking natural dietary supplements like spirulina and chlorella to remove the toxins from the body can be beneficial.
Sometimes I just chilled out, distanced myself from my research for a couple of days, walked on the beach, and then at home burned incense and lit candles to just calm down and release some of the pain that I felt. Nature has the vibrations that balance our body and will release the build of tension from too much emotional or mental fixation. Hiking in a forest or even driving along a coastal road will do wonders for you.
Today if I need to quickly regain my balance, I watch travel videos on YouTube, such as Flying the Nest and and The Endless Adventure. If I don’t travel right now, at least I can indulge myself in healthy escapism for a while. It’s ok.
Victor Oddo provides good modalities – in the video mentioned above – for dealing with the awakening symptoms and the challenges you may have experienced while reading my book or articles. Good practices which he shares include yoga, reiki, massage, listening to your favorite music; filling “our own cup,” by giving to yourself first before helping or giving to others. He uses the oxygen mask analogy that on an airplane you’re advised that you first put on the oxygen mask before helping others wear it; “otherwise, you suffocate and you’re good to nobody.” You’ll definitely be unable to help others in the same state of trauma, numbness, and pain if you don’t help yourself first. He also suggests—choose whatever resonates with you—Epsom salts baths, lighting some candles and incense and my favorite, just chilling out. This way you’ll have more energy for yourself and more to give to others. You can meditate every day, sitting meditation or active one-focus mindfulness out in the world.
I’ve found that walking for 30 minutes each day revitalizes me.
Avoid Stress & Socialize with Like-minded People
I found some remedies of how you can deal with the trauma and disbelief: minimize media exposure, newspapers, and the Internet; especially, avoid social media at times of imbalance to regain your peace of mind, be more energized and happier despite the terrible information you’re exposed to. I would also suggest that you watch less TV or listen less to the news (both on the radio and reading newspapers). You don’t need to ditch your TV as I did a few years ago, just avoid it as much as you can.
Accept and process your angry feelings from being duped all these years, and challenge your sense of isolation and helplessness by reaching out to other people in the same situation. There are many groups related to the awakening process on Facebook and YouTube. Just making a move in this direction can make you feel supported and less helpless.
Get going on your recovery program and don’t just “file away” these suggestions.
Replacing TV, newspapers and other mainstream media outlets by attending uplifting and inspirational movies were lifesavers.
More Healing Physical Modalities
Other helpful coping strategies is having a massage regularly, use a diffuser to fill the air in your house with essential oils or apply them to hot baths. I have a friend who has dealt with a lot of emotional upsets in his life but does forty minutes of yoga every night and sleeps like a baby. Either way, getting eight hours of sleep every night is essential.
Avoid overdosing with stimulants like caffeine, nicotine, or sugar, or worse alcohol or drugs, hug those you love, including pets and yourself, according to David Baldwin’s Trauma Information Pages.
If you don’t have a pet, you can take care and pet stray cats. It’s very healing and calming. Their natural non-mental energy can be very soothing. As a substitute, I’m feeding the stray cats on my street and pet them daily. If you like writing, write in your journal or share with others on a personal blog. You may find out that you’re not alone in this awakening.
It’s most important that you accept your upset feelings and the fact that your wish to isolate yourself at first. It’s most important that you don’t judge, blame, or ridicule yourself for whatever reaction you have. Another way of coping with this turmoil is to live in the moment, not the past or future, and not get caught up in your head with recriminations or fear, which Eckhart Tolle suggests in his extraordinary books The Power of Now and The New Earth.
Sometimes when I’m very concerned about something that I read or heard, I find something I can experience to bring myself back to this moment; for example, feel the warmth of the sun on my skin or even enjoying petting the stray cats and feeding them. You’ll notice that your negative feelings are fading when you stay in the moment and focus on whatever you’re doing or sensing.
You can also fake laughter as in laughter yoga or just smile. You can watch here
When you smile, even if you don’t feel like smiling, it confuses the mind, as it perceives your smiling as feeling good and you will not be able to feel anger and concern at the same time, according to NBC News. I’m just offering this to quickly switch to a happier mood, not as a way to evade your feelings.
Another resource is Mary NurrieStearns’ yoga books on coping with emotional trauma and her personal life story of how yoga helped her rise from her life crumbling down and saw her through the phase of “death” of her old self and nurturing the new self.
“E[c]khart Tolle’s book on tape, The Power of Now became my lifeline. I listened to him feverish during my work commute. I took in his message of being here now, in the present moment. ‘Being here now’ became my motto. I could only manage taking each moment as it came. Any movement of thought into the future brought great emotional suffering. I soaked in his words. They felt like they kept me alive and instant by instant I made it th[r]ough the day. Anxiety ceased. Mourning began.” (Rick & Mary NurrieStearns site).
I’ve mentioned Mary NurrieStearns, especially her book Soulful Living: The Process of Personal Transformation, as my awakening process resembles this pattern in many ways. While she is referencing more of a spiritual transformation, those of us dealing with denial of any kind will resonate to her insights.
Wanting to Awaken Everyone
When I started awakening to the “Big Lie” I’d been fed all my life, I felt that I wanted to share my insights with as many people as possible. But then I found that most people do not want to be awakened to the truth of such a massive cover-up. It’s too difficult to digest, too far off from anything that they have been taught, so it’s easier to deny anything else and ridicule the other person—perhaps hoping that the truth would disappear along with the person sharing this information. You probably encountered similar reactions. Then I started isolating myself, even from my best friends who didn’t accept any of this scenario and ridiculed what I had to say. I felt very alone and this is perfect description of how I felt in all this situation described on The INNERWORDS Messenger:
“The truth of the matter is that most people who say they want awakening don’t actually want to awaken. They want their version of awakening. What they actually want is to be really happy in their dream state. And that’s okay, if that’s as far as they’ve evolved. But the real, sincere impulse toward enlightenment is something that goes far beyond the desire to make our dream state better. It is an impulse that is willing to subject itself to whatever is needed in order to wake up. The authentic impulse toward enlightenment is that internal prayer asking for whatever it is that will bring us to a full awakening, no matter whether it turns out to be wonderful or terrible. It is an impulse that puts no conditions on what we have to go through[…] This authentic impulse can be a bit frightening, because when you feel it, you know it is real. When you have let go of all conditions – when you have let go of how you want your own awakening to be and what you want the journey to be like – you have let go of your illusion of control.”
According to Adyashanti, “Enlightenment is a destructive process. It has nothing to do with becoming better or being happier. Enlightenment is the crumbling away of untruth. It’s seeing through the facade of pretense. It’s the complete eradication of everything we imagined to be true.”
How many of you resonate with the following Adyashanti’s statement: “In my experience, everyone will say they want to discover the Truth, right up until they realize that the Truth will rob them of their deepest held ideas, beliefs, hopes, and dreams. The freedom of enlightenment means much more than the experience of love and peace. It means discovering a Truth that will turn your view of self and life upside-down. For one who is truly ready, this will be unimaginably liberating. But for one who is still clinging in any way, this will be extremely challenging indeed. How does one know if they are ready? One is ready when they are willing to be absolutely consumed, when they are willing to be fuel for a fire without end.” (Adventures of a Reluctant Mystic from his book, The End of Your World: Uncensored Straight Talk on the Nature of Enlightenment by Adyashanti).
His name means “primordial peace” in Sanskrit; Adyashanti is an American spiritual author and teacher from the San Francisco Bay Area. He offers online courses, talks, and retreats in the United States and abroad, and is the author of numerous books, including The End of Your World.
If you feel alone because you resonate with the information presented in this article or my book and even tried to speak about it with family members, friends, and acquaintances, please know that you’re not alone and that your very being can actually facilitate this change and provide support when the shift actually occurs. You’re valuable by being you! Please bear this in your mind.
An Uplifting Message to Those Who Have Awakened
Here’s a wonderful message that helped me see my “awkwardness” and dancing to a different drum beat is actually good for this world and happened just in time: 7 Things The Universe Would Tell You By Dr Dain Heer.
His message is very empowering, especially if you feel “weird” while or after reading my articles or book and try to share your insights with the world. This is what he says in this video: 1. “You my friend are a sleeping giant [which is what Tony Robbins says in his book Awaken the Giant Within], [and] you’re far greater than you think you are. There’s so much more to you than you realize and maybe it will give you the faith, the hope, the awareness, the strength, if you will, to actually carry on because there is truly something great about you.” He explains that you didn’t or don’t see this truth because this is how our system is built. We’re designed to go to the lowest, dumb-downed common denominator. Nobody talked to you about your greatness of you or challenged you. This keeps you thinking that you’re smaller than you are (or more awkward). So, you don’t become as great as you can become, and other people that you may share this information may turn their backs on you. It happened to me and I continue to experience this. 2. You’ve done a terrific job with the tools available to you. There are more tools to help you accept yourself as you are. You are courageous, you haven’t given up! That’s the greatest gift that you can give yourself. Trust yourself, your feelings, your intuition. Something that really gave me strength, and with which I resonate with so much to are these words (in his video): “Every time you don’t fit in, that’s [your] gift.” What he means is that you might feel awkward for not fitting in or being different from what your family and friends want you to be—we’re all “the black sheep” of the family. Your willingness to see a different world and different possibilities from everybody else is your gift. Look at those people who inspire you and others. Are they like everyone else? Think about this: “We need more people who hear a different drummer[,] that dance to a different beat and not be constrained by the limitations that everyone finds so valuable […] This difference that you’ve been making yourself wrong all your life […] is your greatest gift to offer the world and if you actually allow yourself to have the willingness, the vulnerability, and the courage of choosing it, your world will become greater and our world become[s] greater.”
Bear this in mind: “You have a whole new reality to discover and create! […] It’s different, just like you […] Head in the direction of your reality[,] a reality that would inspire you, that would be joyful to you.” (Dr. Dain Heer).
Allowing yourself to be you, you will feel that you’re extending your own space which will make you more joyful, despite the hard information you’ve been exposed throughout your awakening. Remember, “You are crucial for the future of the world[;] there are things that only you know” (Dr. Dain Heer).
When you decide to be you, the world will change. Yes, you’re that crucial. Lisa Nichols (Motivating the Masses) says that some gifts come wrapped up in sandpaper. Well, my gifts (and this awakening too) definitely came to me wrapped up in sandpaper. So, if you’re anything like me, please allow yourself to be who you are with all your unique knowing and skills. And you’re not alone. “There are others like us out there that desire the same peaceful, kind, contributory world that has a generosity of spirit to it, that has an innate kindness to it, and gentleness to it. You’re not alone […] please find other people like you that are the seekers of the world, that desire something different. It’s time on our planet and in your life for things to change.” (Dr. Dain Heer).
I understand what he is saying. When you have this awakening, you want to bring as many people into their best selves as possible. As a group, that’s our goal. The only “agenda” is to help people rediscover the wonderful “you” that is inside of them. You are reading this article for a very good reason. Actually, this article picked you out. (Things that resonate at the same vibration attract each other. It’s basic physics, even if it sounds strange.) Your personal reaction and unique perspective, even the pain and shock that you may experience while reading this book, may be the catalyst that triggers awareness in others even if you don’t speak with them. You are being is needed! Perhaps you’re one of the “hundredth” monkeys whose consciousness will subliminally educate others.
Support Your Well-being
When I have been devastated by these revelations, I allowed myself to rest more, even take short naps during the day, which is very unusual for me, the “busy bee,” as my closest friends call me. What also helped me a lot was listening to meditation music and beneficial tones at 432 & 528 hertz. (Most modern music is recorded at 440 hertz, which is not harmonious to the human body. You can read more about why you will benefit to switching to these tones on massawakening.org.
Eating food that you feel is good for you, but realize that we’re all different so we need different foods and different nutrition. I’m doing my utmost to eat as healthy as possible to sustain myself—especially during this stressful period of time with its shattering exposures, but sometimes I allow myself to have some comfort food (though not on a regular basis). You can use various modalities like Hoʻoponopono, the Hawaiian practice of reconciliation and forgiveness, joining discussion groups on disclosures, or those focused on spiritual awakening. There is a resistance movement where you can find people that support each other during these challenging (historical) times. There are lots of videos that I listened, some of which say that you “are here” because you resonate with these contents and by sharing these feelings and experiences you feel less awkward and alone. You may also need a lot of time to be alone, as I do, and so if you work outside home as most people do, take short breaks. Weekend excursion into the country is also very beneficial, leaving the city vibe behind you for a couple days.
I wanted to share with you coping strategies of other people who have experienced this process, and I got a wonderful response from one of the administrators of The Resistance Movement on Facebook that you may resonate with: “Well, at first I hid from it, I ran from it. Of course, that led to more darkness and anger. For me mindfulness was and is the key. I am a warrior by nature, and it is imperative that I act, so I began to act. Through this action I had to examine, re-examine and adjust; it was a truly maddening process. However, a day came when I realized that sometimes the truest form of control is giving up control, so I surrendered. On that day I began to truly learn to listen to things that are beyond my ability to reason and sometimes understand. While being who I am and being in control of the things I should control, I have learnt to allow things into my life and allow a flow of energy that is in harmony with creation. I still struggle at times, and I know this is my own limitation and my own emotional blockage. Awakening for me has been a process, not a moment. I no longer long to cope, I long to be.” Steve Allen Hornback, retired US Army (He has been on a spiritual path his entire adult life and has researched this type of information for fourteen years).
During my awakening process (still ongoing) when my spirits were low because of so many worries and anxieties and financial hardships, I would remind myself of that Neale Donald Walsch and Eckhart Tolle, who are both best-selling authors and spiritual teachers, were homeless (Neale for 1 year and Eckhart for 2 years) and what happened to them afterwards. Eckhart Tolle had a type of instantaneous awakening into a state of joyful beingness, despite the harsh physical conditions he was experiencing as a homeless man in London. When asked at the time what he was doing, he answered that it’s not about doing, but “it is more a state of being.” He describes his spiritual awakening (which helped him cope with his negative experiences) in these words: “On that night there was a disidentification from this unpleasant dream of thinking and the painful emotions. The nightmare became unbearable and that triggered the separation of consciousness from its identification with form. I woke up and suddenly realized myself as the I Am and that was deeply peaceful” (Eckhart Tolle Now blog).
Neale Donald Walsch on the other hand didn’t awaken “over night” and experienced all the range of emotions that you and I might experience in a long-term process. “Walsch, in the early 1990s, lost his health, his job and his marriage. Homeless at age 49, he relied on the kindness of people he met on the street.”
However, what changed everything for him was a spiritual breakthrough: “In February 1992, Walsch had a mystical experience that set his life on an extraordinary new path. That experience became the basis for his bestselling Conversations with God series, which established him as an international leader in the New Spirituality […] To deal with the enormous response to his writings, Walsch created the Conversations with God Foundation, a non-profit educational organization dedicated to inspiring humanity to move from violence to peace, from confusion to clarity and from anger to love.
“Walsch is viewed as one of the world’s leading authorities on change — not only on how to cope with it, but also on how to harness its life-changing power for good.” (Neale Donald Walsch blog).
Walsch was confused and angry about what life has given him. You can see this in the movie based on his book, Conversations with God, that “he remains troubled and confused by what life has dealt him. One night, alone, angry and reeling at God, he hears his own voice speaking to him. ‘Are you ready to talk?’ The voice identifies itself as God. Confused and questioning his sanity, Walsch picks up a pen and records everything he hears. After filling multiple notepads, the words begin to inspire him and he realizes he has the material for a book – maybe more than one book. He is right.” (Yogi Times).
During my awakening process, I had to compassionately look at other people going through similar experiences and having an even tougher time than me because, as I kept reminding myself, I had lots of support from my parents who sent money, bought me clothes, and sent food. They helped me in so many ways. I was never left alone like most others. I was and still am so lucky and grateful for their material support, and I’m also grateful for my closest friends who stuck by me. This support system gave me so much hope. People who start this awakening process often join groups such as The QAnon News & Updates- Intel drops, breadcrumbs, & the war against the Cabal or The Event Is Happening where they can talk and support each other during these challenging times, especially when few of our acquaintances could understand us.
I know that every culture is different, but hugging a real friend or someone who really loves you, can help relieve the tension and soothe you. I know it helped me during the worst of times and still helps (my holistic healer gives wonderful hugs). Hugging over 20 seconds helps release the neurotransmitter Oxytocin, according to Collective Evolution. Read about why this hormone is so helpful for you during the awakening or consciousness shift which is what should happen to you while reading this article and researching these topics.
Physical contact with friends and lovers is another way to release the build-up of tension in the body.
But probably one of the best body/mind techniques is the ancient practice of yoga in all its varied forms. It’s like hugging yourself as you stretch and twist your body and stop your mental chatter. To quote Nelson again, “While yoga has become a worldwide fad, its roots go back thousands of years in India. Its original meaning is to ‘yoke’ the body and mind, or realize that pure consciousness (purusha) is separate from matter (prakrti), which includes our minds and their thoughts, and yoga helps to purify the lower half of this equation so pure consciousness can express itself through the vehicle of our minds and bodies. The practice was meant to help liberate oneself from our attachments, whether they be our pleasures or pain, but that starts, or at least it did for me and others seeking relief, with the physical asanas.”
For most beginners, as many yoga sites will tell you, Hatha Yoga with its many physical asanas is the starting point to explore this practice. I learned a few postures from a masseuse to help my back pain and continue to do them on a daily basis, mostly in the morning to limber up my body. Nelson recommends an excellent book for those in recovery (aren’t we all): Kyczy Hawk’s Yoga and the Twelve-Step Path.
While it’s mainly written for those in 12-step programs, it applies to all of us in need of a practice to deal with our recovery from trauma in all its forms.
As I’ve mentioned repeatedly in this article, the mind’s restless ramblings is the source of much of our physical, mental, and spiritual “discomfort.” In fact, there is evidence that our mental reaction to what’s happening in the world is what triggers our emotional outbursts. Yoga and its physical postures were first created to not only “loosen-up” the body, but develop a one-pointed focus to observe the mind’s activity in order to calm it. For those taking up yoga, most lessons end with meditation, but for those wanting to quick entry into this practice, there are any number meditation books out there.
These are few of the healing modalities that have helped to balance and soothe me when feeling devastated by the revelations that I shared with you in this book. Other modalities, some of which I have not practiced myself, were presented here to help readers cope with their exposure to this hard information. Whatever you choose to do, I hope it helps you deal with the awakening to the truth. Despite the challenges we face as a result of the awakening to the truth, I’ll add what my friend, Rinus Verhagen, said:
“Dear people take the Red Pill, and become aware of the lie that we live.”
To the Victory of the Light & Let’s Make Earth Great Again.
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