Watch Your World Transform When You Do This...
Updated: Dec 9, 2019
"Dissatisfaction is a more powerful feeling than the satisfaction of comfort." -Vadim Zeland Reality Transurfing Mirror Principle
This is why so many people easily identify with unhappy feelings. Really and truly, the world really is taking care of you. This is what I know to be true. However, if you know the opposite to be true that is what your world will reflect to you. Hence, the mirror principle.
I have been reading posts on Facebook and Instagram (much to my dismay) that warn about people being robbed during the holiday shopping season. Paranoia sets in, pendulums in high action!! This post is one of many: Insert huge eye roll here! 🙄
*social post is at the bottom, to spare you the details...*
The girl who posted this must live in a world of fear. How did she know the guy in the van was not a normal guy? How did she know to judge that someone was out to get her? Because her relative's are law enforcement? And human trafficking of a 2 year old is, well, very paranoid IMO!! If you really feel afraid, go get security to escort you - AND LEAVE IT THERE! No social media, no discussion of it. That's it! Why? Because nothing happened. Even if something did happen, leave it there. Don't flood others worlds with your negative, paranoid media.
Human trafficking <definition> involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act. This gal thought the guy would take her 2 year old and traffic them - um no!
I am just using this as an example of how pendulum's rob us of our mental stability and freedom. I am all for being aware of your surroundings. In fact, I feel I am more aware now that I know these principles. I see so many people paranoid of someone robbing them that they miss out on what is really going on around them. The guy driving that van probably was looking for something in his van and moved on once he found it. He also might have been unaware that he appeared suspicious to that girl. She is obviously very paranoid if she even mentioned sex trafficking ---- of a two year old. 🤨 But like I said before, if you really feel afraid go in and get security.
It goes back to the principle what ever you believe is true is true. I would much rather believe my world is taking care of me and my daughters and sons rather than believe every van with blacked out windows and bars in the back are predators trying to grab me and my children. Much less go post the entire story on Facebook - insert another pendulum.
It also goes to show you that because fear, dissatisfaction, anger, and resentment is a more powerful feeling than the satisfaction of comfort. Where do you put your power? Just food for thought.....
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This morning I went to the new Target (location) with my 2 year old twin girls. I parked in the middle of the parking lot because there was a cart there and I could load them in there. I ran to return something, all of a few minutes, and when I came out I noticed there was a van parked next to me. As the wife of a fireman and daughter in law to a retired cop I have had “be aware of your surroundings” pounded into my head. I felt like something was off. There was plenty of parking all around me so I thought it was odd that it was in the spot right next to me. I walked until I could see through the the windshield to see if it was empty and there was a metal barricade behind the seats so I couldn’t see in. I turned around and went back in the store asked for an escort out. A large man walked out with me. No one else walked out of the store between the time I walked back in and the time I walked out with the escort. My eyes were on the van the whole time. As soon as we started to walk down the aisle it took off. No one opened a door to get in that van! He stayed with me while I loaded the twins and he even said that was very scary. The van turned left. I lost sight of it and I went right. When I came to the light I saw it circling around heading back into the parking lot. That’s when I snapped this picture. I was afraid to go home thinking they’d follow me. My mind racing what to do to keep us safe. That’s when I passed a Constable. I flagged him down, told him what happened and we looked all the way around my car for any tracking or flags they may have put on my vehicle. He said I was right to be concerned because of the age of my girls that human trafficking is a serious problem. Said all the signs were there and my awareness to my surroundings was vital to preventing something terrible from happening. I showed him the picture and he went over there to check it out. He suggested next time to go back in the store and call the police instead of just asking for an escort. When I called to tell the manager what happened, she informed me that the man who escorted me out had already reported it as well. I appreciate their efforts in keeping us safe. My mind went to the worst place. I saw the whole thing play out...as I’m strapping one girl in the car seat they grab her twin out of the cart then hit me and take the other one. Please be aware of your surroundings, travel in groups, and report suspicious activity to prevent the worst from happening to you or someone else. Even if it was a harmless coincidence it still is an eye opener to what could happen. Needless to say I will not be going anywhere alone with the kids again! I hope this post will bring awareness to even one person and help stop something terrible from happening.