Radiation is a big topic right now for those who are awake to what is really happening in our world. The Fukushima event may be a distant memory for some, but if you live on the West Coast or eat seafood, aware or not, it is part of your current life.
I lived many years very close to the ocean in Southern California. The only reason I stopped was because of the high cost of living. But part of my decision to choose to live mobile in my tiny trailer was so I could go mobile if there was something I didn't like about where I was.
But in listening to all the discussions that are taking place right now about the effects of living next to the Pacific I got to thinking how our world is no longer very mobile. There is just no way a mass exodus could occur. But in the same breath - how do people just stay knowing the effects on the people they love?
Here is a reality of the current world we have created.
The more locked into one location, one life, or one relationship we become - the more we either need to defend what we have or deny what is happening. No matter the cost.
Surviving during a crisis is really just instinct. You react. Most people will claw, climb, or kill to survive at point blank range.
But that is very different than choosing to live every day.
What are you willing to let go of to protect who you love vs. what will you protect at the cost of who you love?
I can tell you first hand at the end of life, no one is focused on their stuff. Everyone, well almost, talks about the relationships in their lives and in their past. It is their greatest regret.
Think about all the ways in which we weigh our selves down and believe we can't walk away.
The Laws of the Universe are built on vibration - which is movement. Yet change, leaving, letting go, and any mobility seems to be the greatest fear of so many.
There is a great freedom in the ability to walk away and be mobile. It is not for everyone. But it is something to think about as our world is changing so quickly around us.
But here is the catch, the real reason we call others sheeple without really looking at ourselves. Freedom requires total responsibility. No, none of us can go back and change Fukushima and no, not everyone can pick up and move.
But if you choose to stay in any situation that is not in your best interest you must be honest about the why and then own the consequences. True freedom means there are no victims, just choices we all must make. Like the Fukushima 50 who knew the price. And also all those covering what is happening up. Every choice has a consequence - to stay or go.
But have you ever asked your self what is weighing you down so that you can't drive on?
Welcome to my Journey!
I'm inviting you to join me on my journey as I seek to find a new way of being in an old set of systems. It's hard, but worth it!