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Post  jeremy white on Tue 22 Apr 2014, 1:12 pm

Hi all, Jeremy with my astral temple journey.

Travelled up the mountain and entered a shimmering multi coloured temple, where I was introduced to an entity with the name of "Zanzibar", who said we will talk about hopelessness.

The word is actually a contradiction as it has within it the word hope, which genders the anticipation of positive outcomes. In situations which are outside a persons control the word hopelessness gives the belief that the outcome is beyond all hope, there is nothing a person can do to have a positive outcome in that particular situation. Combined with this belief is the belief that all circumstances surrounding a situation which is seen as being hopeless is negativity.

The word hopelessness also has implications that no action is worth taking by anyone to overcome this situation, this is not correct because the word if acted upon re constitutes the hope of an outcome in that situation. So many people simply leave it at that, the situation is hopeless, therefore they turn their back on that situation thereby avoiding their personal responsibility to resolve that situation and search for a positive outcome which provides education and learning. People who turn their back on a situation are merely avoiding what is seen by the spirit world as their choice and action, for in the spirit world there is always a choice that a person can take regarding a situation, even by acknowledging that a situation seems hopeless, thought given to this situation provides alternatives.

It is the acknowledgement of alternative actions or choices in what seems a hopeless situation that generates positivity in a persons life. This positivity provides energy to evaluate alternative pathways which can and will with evaluation allow a positive outcome to any situation which initially has hopelessness attached to it. So people who do not allow themselves to be overcome by a situation which on face value is hopeless will succeed in their life.

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