In reading both public and personal posts across dinar land, I am reminded once again how general perceptions can be subconsciously influenced by certain sources of "information".
For instance, when we hear that the RV has been attempted over and over again without success (statements like "it was supposed to go last weekend, but it didn't), do we then conclude that "something is stopping it", or that something needs to "force the RV" to happen?
Do we know who is trying to do something?
Do we know what it is that they are trying to do? Is the RV really being stopped or was the event we think we are waiting for not the actual event that was reportedly supposed to go?
Maybe what we are hearing from Pop Culture Dinar Land is not specifically related to the actual event that will trigger our exchanges.
As we continue to hear over and over and over again that "it was supposed to go", "all is a go for tonight", and "it was stopped", one must ask the pertinent question; why are we allowed to receive news that it is supposed to happen (pick a window), everything is ready, it has to go by (pick a date) but then only continue to wait as nothing happens as was reported?
Furthermore, we never hear the reason why it hasn't happened, as if this information was super secret. Well, if it's super secret, why are we allowed to be leaked information in the first place on when it is supposed to go - wouldn't that be considered super secret as well Hmmmmm.... you guessed it... the reason is because the information is not accurate, and/or serves a specific agenda.
Bottom line: The information/reports/rumors about what and when things are supposed to happen are plentiful, however, no information about why this information never pans out is ever reported.
And there is our BIG CLUE. Why do I say all of this?
Because when we begin to believe that something needs to force the GCR, or that it's being stopped for some nefarious reason, or that the actual exchange event was really even supposed to go at the reported time/date in the first place, we should stop and ask ourselves why we believe our assumptions that form our conclusions to be accurate.
The time for exchanges is coming.
The new financial system (reset for lack of a better descriptor) is in process. There is a plan, protocol, and process.
What makes us question all of this, and in some cases, completely miss the clues and evidence all around us, is because we are making assumptions and basing conclusions to our assumptions on completely inaccurate and totally misleading Dinar Land Pop Culture reports/rumors/information.
Consequently, the endless angst and emotional extremes.
We are pounding on an iron door with a rock trying to get through - thinking that if we only hit the door faster or harder we will break that door open.
Then, along comes someone with a key, opens the door, smiles and says, "after you"...
The "allowed" info forms our assumptions, our assumptions create conscious conclusions (false conclusions) and this allows us to be manipulated into a certain state of expectation... and the consequential, emotional drama of those expectations going unmet.
Anonymous in Dinarland