- The takeaway from this episode is … this influenza virus is a natural response – a spiritual warning to humanity about the negativity in the world.
- Here’s what this will do for you … use this timeout to reevaluate your negative attitudes and beliefs.
- Here’s what I want you to do with it … use this time of forced change to document your observations and the changes you are going through in your life resulting from this event.
Just about everybody has had the flu in their lifetime, most likely more than once.
It’s something you all grew up with. It’s like getting a cold, only worse. Rarely did you hear about anyone dying from the flu until recent years when the influenza strains got stronger and stranger.
The core spiritual meaning of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) is to acknowledge the buildup of mass negativity and false belief systems.
People play the “influenza odds game” when it comes to the flu. Although more and more people got flu shots last year, more people also got the flu. So, it looks like it doesn’t matter if you get a flu shot or not. Some people justify getting sick every flu season as something they should expect. They think it’s normal to get a cold or the flu.
However, in this flu epidemic, the Coronavirus is different. It started in Wuhan, China, and grew like a tsunami. The media is reporting an incredible increase in flu cases and deaths. It’s being billed as a global pandemic.
As this virus spreads, it will cause forced change for everyone in the world.
Awaiting a vaccine will radically restrict people’s lifestyles. The biggest change you will notice first is where you can’t go.
It was a medical problem first but has quickly become a problem for the transportation and hospitality industries. The travel and tourism industries along with hotels and restaurants have been the early casualties. Events around the world are being canceled and cruise ships have come to a halt.
In the coming months, you will see tourism in places that people love to go like Las Vegas, Disneyland, and Disneyworld all slow down to a standstill. Going to sporting events will be like playing Russian Roulette with your health. Any place where large amounts of people gather, like; sporting events, sports bars, concerts, movie theatres, any large festival venues, nightclubs, malls, and mass transportation of any kind will all be greatly affected.
People must get prepared for changes in their daily lives. Children won’t be allowed to go near their grandparents and restricted from going to school. People in the affected industries will lose their jobs and the virus will still be here with the next strain coming.
So, once again, the spiritual meaning … the purpose … of this fast-spreading virus is to examine all the areas where you hold mass negativity and false beliefs. Why do you have these beliefs? You must take a look at them, where they started, and why they are still a part of your life. Where is it that you must change negative attitudes and false beliefs you’ve based decisions on for decades?
The symptom is the Coronavirus. The cause resides in its spiritual meaning – what humanity needs to understand and get right has become an urgent matter.
This one virus is a worldwide spiritual wake-up call.
CALL TO ACTION:
- Ask questions and do your own research to determine the truth about what you are being told to believe.
- Write down what you are feeling about what you are learning and being told.
- Improve your diet, exercise, don’t get caught up in debates with people about your opinions, and get lots of rest.
HOW IT WORKS: The spiritual meaning of a virus, like the Coronavirus, gets unleashed upon the world when humanity can’t be reached in any other way. No matter what this event really is, or how it came about, the greater message is … this is a serious attempt to get our attention.
So, have things really gotten that bad? If your answer is yes, you are part of the solution. You will choose to immerse yourself in the things that let your soul sing. If your answer is no, then negative attitudes and beliefs feel normal to you. The “yes” responders have suffered for decades from the pressure of increasing negativity. The “no” responders like things the way they are and don’t see the growing negativity as a problem. ~ Linda Deir