What a Week–Listlessness Explained

Phew! That Was the Week That Was

What a week! I made more progress in seven days than I have made in seven months or even seven years. I saw the chalice of the Holy Grail in the sky, things suddenly became very clear. Then I saw a vision of the trees laying flat after the Tunguska explosion in 1908 in Russia.

Trees after Tanguska Explosion

I felt a great part of the ghoul worlds and the protection they have offered evil people has been laid flat like the trees in Russia.

Many people are listless and edgy, they don’t know where to go and what to do. It’s because trillions of inner codes have been devastated—laid out flat—destroyed. Suddenly, people are free and they panic a bit, they needed the scaffold of their former restriction to feel safe. It felt familiar.

The open road awaits, everything is possible, but it will take a while for them to see it. The new codes, which represent a new destiny, a new abundance, have yet to form in their etheric life field. Until they do, people will feel a low-grade anxiety.

The old codes had pain, anguish and the possibility of perishing, they had to be laid flat, or no one would have been able to survive and see their way through. It’s as if people’s ugly destiny was hit by an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) and now they have a bright new destiny.

Don’t make any sudden impulsive moves, just wait until you are sure what is best for you. The answers will come. The listlessness is a sign the ego has quit and spirit is about to triumph. Seek the company of people of like mind, tribe is the way of the future, being isolated was the way of the past.

I reckon this inner war of Armageddon has seven more years to run…no rush eh? Stuart Wilde www.stuartwilde.com



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Stuart Wilde (1946 – 2013) is considered by many to be the greatest metaphysical teacher that has ever lived. Most famous New Age, New Thought writers and teachers privately studied with him, or they have been greatly influenced by his work. Read the full Stuart Wilde Bio >