How an Opposing Consciousness Affects Our Kids (and What To Do About It)

How an Opposing Consciousness affects our Kids (and what to do about it) (2)

By Open

Contributing Writer for Wake Up World

Increasingly, people are investigating and writing about an Opposing Consciousness in the field that influences people and society. It’s a difficult subject to write about; a taboo area that pushes lots of buttons. And many will challenge its presence at all, because you have to be expanded into the field to see and feel interdimensional entities.

But now sensitives all over the world are reporting about the phenomenon. It seems the tide is turning; it needs to, if future human generations are to be free. Specifically I felt to address the most vulnerable in society – our children – and what we can do about them. How can we work to nullify the intervention effects?…

Interpret the behaviours you observe within a wider context

Firstly let me say that I understand if many people out there find this topic challenging and don’t believe it’s happening at all. I understand you won’t believe in entities if you’ve not seen them through your own inner eye. But if you’re still reading, them something has drawn you to my text. So try to stay open; the best way to understand this influence is by its effects, whatever you attribute the cause to. So I suggest we work to unite through commonality: what affects do you observe going on? How might you relate to what I’m about to share?

I first noticed the strange phenomenon of Intervention going on within my own children. It was if a purposeful energy in the field would jump from child to child, exacerbating emotion, winding them up and draining their energy. Or at other times, in teenager years, it’s like they zone out and become ‘zombified’ – mentally and emotionally disconnected.

Countless synchronicities reminded me (from past life experience) that this was some kind of life force which was feeding off their energy; and in the process, subjecting them to conditioned behaviours that didn’t serve – they were frequently wound up, anxious and angry, or else distracted, zoned out and unable to focus (I’ve written about these experiences of Intervention in detail in my book… Divinicus).

Since those early observational days, the full spectrum of the Intervention has come ingloriously into view (you can read a summary in these articles on our website here…Multidimensionality). This Intervention works within human blind-spots. Where we go unconscious inside, it becomes operative and exploits people to conditioned behaviours which trap them in a subservient life-style that doesn’t serve. It causes an internal dissonance polarity (like the poles of a battery) which wind people up internally, who then bleed energy from which the entities ‘feed’ – just like you or I would consume a meal (because everything is energy). The overall agenda is about establishing a synthetic reality here on Earth through which humanity can be controlled (certainly that’s it’s undeniable effect). It’s like a parasitic virus, and the younger this Opposing Consciousness can influence, the more effective that control becomes.

So how does that energy work on our children? Knowing this, will help us deal with it.

It’s all about distraction

The Intervention is successful because it distracts people from the seat of their power – their own inner world of soul sovereignty. It’s a common theme in mainstream spirituality now, that where your attention goes, so does your creative effect – likewise if you’re distracted from your focus, then your power dissipates. You can then be diverted into disruptive lifestyles which build ego and block the infusion of soul. Thus you create a lesser, subservient way of being. In spiritual media we report that the world outside is controlled by an ‘elite’, and wonder why society is not changing? It’s because unaware people are conditioned and addicted to accept the controlled lifestyles. In short, they can’t see anything wrong.

How is this done specifically?

Where the young are concerned, computer gaming, smart phones and online media are classic examples. Attention is drawn into an external distraction, desensitising to the usual flow of human emotion (or else winding them up). The mind is quickly locked into an engagement that disconnects soul from body – it cannot infuse due to the density of the inner vibrations caused (especially if the gaming is particularly violent and noisy).

But then there’s food (if you can call it that!). So much today is filled with excito-toxins which cause a great deal of internal disharmony, stress and busyness. Again, the dissonant metabolic rate escalates, which interferes with the frequency of infusing soul and blocks its entry. No wonder so many kids are distracted, cannot focus, nor sit still in their own energy for any length of time without the need of some distraction.

I’ve just returned from a swim and sauna at the local pool. It was an unexpected time for me to go, which unknowingly coincided with a local school having weekly swimming lessons. When I came back into the changing room, I could not believe the level of noise, the banging and clattering of doors, hyped up exchanges which were completely manic. It was a struggle to be there; I could feel the presence of strong Intervention through the field.

To whatever you attribute this, take a look at our younger generations today, their lifestyles and to what their consciousness is subjected. It’s like they’re being purposefully confronted with influences way beyond their age and capacity to deal with. It feels to me like a purposeful targeting. For instance I just came across this report in the UK’s press…

New born babies could soon be swapping breast milk for Milky Bars, after NHS staff told mothers to feed their babies junk food, in a bid to stop feeding problems.

Fliers handed to new parents by Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust recommended feeding chocolate, crisps, fried foods and sugary sweets to children over the age of eight months.

The guidance is aimed to help children with ‘problems managing lumpy foods’.

The leaflets categorise the junk food under three headings: Easy Chew Food, Bite and Dissolve and Squash/Suck.

Savoury snacks such as Quavers, Skips and Wotsits feature under the Bite and Dissolve category, while chocolate bars such as Kit Kats and Crunchies are recommended ‘if a child sucks food well’.

However, the unconventional dietary recommendations go against paediatric nutritionists who advise that children aged under a year should be given foods containing no added sugar…. Metro

This just demonstrates the extent of the problem we face. It is endemic and systematic, across the broad range of society. The very foundation stones of society itself form the bedrock of the Intervention. We have to get real about it. So what might we do to nullify its effects on on our kids?

Nullifying the effects of the Intervention

First let me say, especially if you’re a parent, I feel for you and my heart goes out to you. It’s not likely to be easy, but with patience and persistence we can deal with it. And it can be the making of not only us, but also our children. Because as we know, parenting children can provide our greatest learning experiences. This situation can be the forging of the soul and the final breakdown of the intervention, as the future generations are liberated from it.

Also know that benevolence is aware and helping. There’s a wave of higher consciousness kids that are coming in to challenge this Intervention. Many are star-souls (what some call “indigo children”) and have come here to specifically nullify the effects and break it up – with their own vibration – which can happen when they infuse soul. That’s what the Intervention fears most; that’s why it’s working so hard a this time to intensify the external distractive and internal dissonant effects. It’s also why it creates these bogus psychiatric labels which is can then medicate (see the video at the end).

It’s going to require from us, a huge amount of focus and trust to work with.

These kids are often revolutionaries and budding leaders in their own right. Speaking from direct personal experience, they don’t like being told what to do. And if you say “you shouldn’t do such and such”, it’s a bit like waving a red flag to a bull. That which they shouldn’t consume becomes the forbidden fruit – they want it even more.

We have to learn to trust that their path brought them here for a reason: they came to explore the density of the physical and being distorted by it. It’s in this way they learn to master soul sovereignty in dense distorting environments. So even if they get lost for some period of time, that might well be on their path. It’s by finding your way back to the straight and narrow that is the mastery and forging of the soul.

You must become like a rock in their lives. Holding the steady centre ground, not preaching, but always always shining the light.

But neither should we blindly accept ‘anything goes’. They also chose you for a reason – to establish boundaries. How might we most effectively help them do that?

Helping children develop their own effective boundaries

From personal experience, I believe it’s important to help kids establish their own boundaries, rather than simply ‘laying down the law’. Like for example their experimentation with weed. Which I now know is widely available and prevalent in teenage culture. It’s becoming a facet of their lives.

I know that for some conditions, weed can actually heal by reducing stress and inviting internal surrender. But I also witness the negative effect of excessive soft drug use in those who frequently use them. They may indeed have a calming and relaxing influence, but they also create blind-spots where consciousness goes to sleep. This is where that Intervention can act – anywhere we’re not fully conscious. This is how the virus gets in.

But rather than forbidding and overtly trying to control their use, which would likely be counterproductive (they just go behind your back), I encourage an openness to talk about these things, to educate and bring awareness to the effects. I find in this way, kids are more likely to be genuinely honest and open if I talk about the issue. Which is the most important thing – if they become fearful of your emotive/controlling reaction, they’ll close down and not talk to you; in which case, there’s little possibility of you having a positive influence at all.

So I notice it’s happening, I don’t feel good about it, but instead I trust the universe and invite its help. Then I become patient, hold the space and watch. We have to believe in consciousness, that it can work its magic behind the scenes, shaping mirroring situations that the kids may start to see themselves by.

It’s the same when they eat junk food with loads of excito-toxins (as with most processed food these days). In the beginning, I was very firm with the boundaries – too firm, which caused antagonism and resistance. So I decided to soften, to advise more, then simply to shine an example of healthy eating. The result has paid off: my teenage son will tend to choose the healthy option himself more often – especially as he’s willing to appreciate the positive effects of his own accord.

So in essence, we need to do the hardest of things: to watch as we know our kids are being influenced by this distractive, addictive, unseen parasitic virus, but not sermon the truth from up high on our pedestal. Instead, we need to meet them at their level, and empower them to make the more evolved choices in life by appropriate questioning. An open ended question will cause conscious to explore inwardly all by itself. It opens up, rather than bold preaching which has the opposite effect.

So for example, you might ask…

– How do you think unhealthy food is going to affect you over time?
– What do you think junk food will it do to your health and body?
– How do you think too much screen time affects your mind?
– How important is it to you to have a positive, enthused mental attitude?
– What is it you really want from life?
– What inspires you about creativity? What do you like to create?
– What’s the beneficial effect of being in nature on you?

Timing is crucial. Only invite the question when you have their full attention. My tendency is to wait until some kind of negative effect reveals itself, which they can clearly see and wish to resolve – like getting sick, sleepless or disturbed for example. Then I’ll simply invite the question “so why do you think this is happening?”

Of course if they’re younger, it’s important to inform aswell of the affects of junk food and excessive screen time for example. Nevertheless, it’s likely to be much more effective if you’ve gotten them to contemplate the question first. And especially as they move more into teenage years, where they’re wanting to empower themselves with their own choices. Then, by asking such open ended questions, invites them to truly contemplate what effects their choices have on them. It doesn’t create the ‘forbidden fruit’ syndrome, and helps you be more influential in their process, rather than having them close down on you.

We have to work to move them past all of these distractive behaviours over time; to establish an openness where the soul can come through. It’s not about what they do – even gaming and social media can be a positive thing – providing that is, they’re conscious within the engagements (which is why it doesn’t work to make them feel guilty about these things either). They have to feel into themselves as much as possible, by totally accepting themselves – because this embodies soul.

We must avoid making them always feel wrong or inadequate. Because this is disempowering and damages confidence. Or else it makes them fight. I’ve found humour and acceptance – empathising with the challenges they face – is likely to be most effective.

I notice this overall approach softens the ego and resonates the soul more strongly, such that it can embody more effectively; they feel and look much more alive. And the Intervention is progressively ejected from their space. (What happens Internally when we start to Infuse Soul?)

12 specifics of what you can do

Here are 12 summarised specifics I’ve found really do work:

  • Develop an open, trusting and empowering relationship where you’re constantly encouraging your child to develop their own truth.
  • Help to point things out and educate, but don’t stand on a soap box and preach – that’s just likely to close them down and removes personal responsibility.
  • Work on yourself in any difficult engagement: feel into your own tightness, your own reactionary outbursts; come from a softer more objective essence.
  • Meditate frequently in the home: this helps dissipate dissonant vibrations in which this Intervention thrives.
  • Without preaching, be the shining example yourself. Improve your diet and when questioned, THEN express the benefits of a healthy diet.
  • Keep your home space as free from clutter as possible; unplug electrical items; use ethernet cables in preference to wifi, switch of standbyes and mobiles – it’ll all contribute to greater energetic harmony.
  • establish effective gaming/screen time boundaries with your kids that they contribute and agree to.
  • Encourage other physical sports and plenty of time in nature. It gets them more into the body which helps the infusion of soul.
  • It’s all too easy to immediately chastise our children for the things we perceive they do ‘wrong’. It creates all manner of self worth issues. Always try to find positives in their behaviour and if you do chastise, try to salute their positive attributes first.
  • In the early teens, invite them to do chores around the house. It get’s them more into the body and builds respect for the energy of their space. Many will likely resist, but don’t forcefully insist; instead tie it into something positive such as linking it with increasing freedom that comes with responsibility.
  • If your kids don’t want to talk and tell you what’s going on in their lives, don’t try to force them to open up, they’ll just wise up and feed you what you want to hear. Be open and available. They’ll talk in their own time.
  • Become the solid, emotionally dependable rock within their lives. Even if in their teenage years they become more distant, nevertheless be solid, open and available.

It’s a challenge we all chose to confront

So in summary, its a great challenge for sure. Nevertheless it’s a challenge we manifested for ourselves – so we need to accept it and get on with the job. It’s about where “the One” in us, bites too much onto the proverbial apple, and gets lost in it. Through ourselves and our children, we’re finding the healthy boundaries within the physicality; of just how hard and far we can push, but without losing our divine connection.

Sometimes, encouraged by the intervention, our kids will push too far. That’s where we need to be on the sidelines as a shining example of connection – a solid rock in their lives. Working on ourselves then, trying to be the best ‘us’ we can be, will provide the best possible example of the way forwards.

We have to trust that by being the best ‘us’, we’ll encourage our kids to be the best ‘them’. And we’ll kick the intervention into touch in the process.

Finally, remember, these are incredible kids. Society does not understand them and the intervention fears all that they came here to be – which is why they’ve created the bogus psychiatric labels for their increased sensitivity.

This amazing generation of souls came here to explore, but then throw off their mantel of Intervention, so that they could thrive in the fullness of who they are, despite the distractive density. They are the new leaders, here to break down society and usher in a new way of being. We can help establish boundaries yes, but above all, we need to empower them to find the New Paradigm inside themselves. That’s exactly what they came to do.

Personally, I feel deeply motivated to help them be all they can be…

Open

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Openhand is the name we’ve given to the Benevolent Consciousness of the Universe. It is that energy which works within the weave of the fabric of life, helping to unravel karmic blockages, infuse soul and thereby catalyse spiritual evolution. Openhand works as a synchronistic mirror, revealing what is holding us back and how we can take our next evolutionary leap. Openhand Foundation works on behalf of this energy, helping ground its presence in this realm.

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  • ThriveLiving

    What is set forth in this article is exactly why I’m a fan of Waldorf schooling — nature based, hands on, gentle and without all the “distraction technology.”

  • ellie

    Thank you for the words of wisdom and the video. Awesome!

    It is hard to believe that children as young as 2 are given meds for ADD/ADHD. Waldorf Education honors the whole child, the whole being, and recognizes the innate creative energy in children and suggests no electronic media until age 12. Parents may be interested in: Parenting in the Digital Age by Bill Ratner, Reset Your Child’s Brain (healing body, mind and emotions from electronic screen syndrome) by Dr. Victoria Dunckley, and Simplicity Parenting by Kim John Pearce.