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Parallel Worlds Leap Handbook:

Co-create a Joyful Parallel Life



News Fasting During the Leap


The Leapers through Cathee Courter:


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We recommend a news fast. There's a critical time when anyone is switching over to higher vibrational probabilities, when one news item from the old parallel you were on can bring up a barrage of thoughts, feelings and all the programming in your brain around certain core issues. You all have your own triggers, whether it be a failing economy or violence. The news is generally made up of negative things. If you trigger that complex, and the related thoughts and feelings come up, it can pull your vibration down to where you're vibrating at the old level. And then you don't have the flexibility to move into something radically different.

This happens to each of you several times a day. You can even be on a news fast, but you still talk to friends and they mention something, and that cycle gets going again. It's the way the human brain is organized, and even the human aura.

This is why many people historically, when they wanted to make huge changes in their lives, have gone to monasteries or somehow secluded themselves. Nowadays many people go on personal retreats, or venture out into wilderness away from other humans. That's great, but it's hard to sequester for months on end. So it comes down to catching yourself when you feel those loops start, and saying, "Oops, I'm triggered. I'm being sucked back into the old." It takes some self-discipline. The easiest thing to do is to cancel your subscriptions to news magazines and newspapers, and just not have them around.


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