“Gregg Braden, a former computer systems designer and geologist, has done some fascinating research concerning the earth’s geophysical cycles, which have repeated throughout history and been described by previous cultures.
Braden studied the earth’s base resonant frequency, called the Schumann Resonance, or SR. He says that for decades, the measurement was 7.8 cycles per second, which was thought to be a constant. Recent reports show the rate at 8.6 and climbing.
Braden also says that while the earth’s “pulse rate” is rising, her magnetic field strength is declining. According to some researchers, the field has lost up to half its intensity in the last four thousand years, and this may signify a condition leading to a magnetic pole shift.
There are currently reports of magnetic anomalies, picked up by compasses, ranging up to fifteen to twenty degrees away from magnetic north.
Braden, who links the earth’s frequency changes to our own cellular vibration and possibly evolutionary DNA changes, says that with the weaker magnetic field and faster base frequency, old emotional and mental patterns are less locked in and we have easier access to higher states of consciousness.
He says that we, like the earth, are speeding up toward a shift in energy and awareness.” ~
Frequency: The Power of Personal Vibration by Penney Peirce
What does this mean for us?
It means that the pressure is real. And we are being called to move a little faster… wake up a little quicker and make bold moves that are outside our comfort zones.
We are being called to acclimate to this energy with more vigor than before. Pretty much, we can’t stay asleep because it’s so uncomfortable. The unknown is super uncomfortable, but less so than staying asleep… staying unconscious and unaware.
There is a physical aspect of our pressure…and our pain.
All of our stuff, our old wounds, emotional baggage, fears and doubts…
It is all being brought to the surface so we heal it.
New waves of consciousness are emerging.
Gabby Bernstein’s numerous teachings include Yogi Bhajan’s sutra: “When the pressure is on, start, and the pressure will be off.”
We want to take guided action, yes… we would prefer not to take action out of fear. We get connected so we can take intuitive action.
But this guidance of moving when the pressure is on, tells us that we are being called to move forward. We are here to learn and grow and so when we are being pushed, we must go ahead and go.
I started having visions of just leaping out, running out my front door and just.keep.running.
Have you ever felt that way?
Like you just wanted to run… not run away necessarily, but MOVE.
That is when I realized I needed to start releasing my excess energy through physical movement and exercise. Every day. For me, this is what I need to do.
Maybe it’s your health that feels heavy for you? Is there something you are putting off, like an annual check up or a better way of eating?
Perhaps it’s your relationship with your kids. Are you being called to connect with them further and wonder about trying a new activity or idea?
Have you wanted to start a project, but you are nervous, fearful or worried? What is the first step you can take towards that project? Let some of that pressure off.
Have you ever had a recurring dream? This is a huge way you can take note of where to take a step forward.
Just the same, have you had a recurring thought? As in, a vision, of what you want, or a place you want to go?
What is one step you can take that would move you closer to that vision?
Every decision we make moves us closer to our desire, or further away from it. Knowing what our desire is can help us make choices that are in alignment with our true selves.
Taking that first step… making the call… or even just making the choice to want to move forward is the step you may need to relieve some pressure.
“One of the more peculiar findings in psychiatry is that people who are on the waiting list to go into therapy often improve before they have the first session, and the improvement can be as much as they can expect to receive from a psychiatrist. Before working up the courage to go into therapy, these troubled people overcame the pressure from inside to keep silent. That step, in and of itself, has the power to heal.” –Superbrain, Deepak Chopra and Rudolph E. Tanzi.
Please let me know if any of these suggestions work for you, or any ways you have found to relieve some pressure.