I received this having felt an extremely sad heaviness in my heart and my Hara/ centre. I ‘felt’ the knowledge that all was about to change, to ‘return back’ and that life, as we know it, would never be the same again. I felt overwhelmingly sad and then these words came.
“A million years ago the world stood on the brink of ‘knowingness’. It ‘knew’ that its destiny was changing, that all it ever knew was coming to an end. Its populations, nomadic travellers and settlers, also knew, because they were attuned to the cycles of nature in a way which modern man is not. He knew, for instance, that life was a continuing cycle, and that death was only a transition from one sort of life to another. He was not afraid of death. His only fear was that of starvation, because he also knew that nature was a fickle mother. But he learned to live within her boundaries, and to grow within her belly. He knew, that in order to survive, that he had to do this. There would be no point in resisting her ways. The rules could be bent, but never broken.
Modern man, on the other hand, is on a collision course with the forces of nature. He believes that his way is the right way, until Mother Nature shows him something different. Then, when she does, he feels like a victim. But he is not a victim, he is a casualty. He exists on Earth as a guest, a guest of honour, and guests do not betray their generous hosts. To betray a host means to not be invited again. The boundaries of nature are sure and strong.
In order to survive the coming times you too have to learn to live within the boundaries of nature. It is not enough to pay lip service to her, pretending to live a natural life, while living amidst the rubble and rubbish of modern life. That does not work here. Living in the bosom of the Mother means to live within her boundaries, caring for what she gives, wasting nothing, respecting her gifts, her generosity. If someone gives you a gift and you throw it way, why would they give you another? Yet Earth keeps on giving and you, as humans, keep on throwing it away.
Now it is time to learn a new way. A life of extreme luxury and wastefulness is not a life, it is a waste of life, and a waste of the abundance which Mother Nature has gifted you.
Be prepared for change, where all of your abundance will come with the proviso that you change your ways. The gifts are being revoked and your lives becoming a little less free. All that is good will remain, but all that is wasteful will be returned to the Mother. That is the way.”
I googled for information on what might have happened on the earth 1.000.000 years ago: http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/early-human-population-size-genetic-diversity/
So what does that imply? Whatever it does imply it might be a good idea if we learned how to grow our own food! …and I still can’t shake this overwhelming pain in my heart and stomach!!