In the midst of movement and chaos, keep stillness inside of you. Deepak Chopra
Meditation: Many of us are ending this year 2018 deeply concerned about the political chaos this country finds itself in. The more investigators are closing in daily on our current president ‘s family for possible committed crimes, the more the president’s psychopathology is manifesting. Trying to distract from the legal facts that are surfacing daily, he has to create chaos, no matter how. And so this cornered president orders the withdrawal of troops in Syria and Afghanistan, which leads to the overnight resigning of the chief of defense secretary in protest, which in turn leads to an extreme plunge of the stock market. To distract even further, the president threatens to shut down the government, four days before Christmas. Currently a cornered, paranoid, deeply narcissistic and blackmailed president is the greatest danger to this country and to our world. And behind all of this emerging chaos hides an actively blackmailing Russian president who continues to gain power over and against American and international best interests.
This experience is comparable with a family’s complete break down due to the dysfunctional mental illness of the parent, and then another outside entity using this chaos created to take over the family dynamics, but not to rescue or restore, but to make worse, exploit and ultimately take over.
Prayer: God, we breathe deeply and thus pray in the stillness within to not allow the chaos to make us paranoid as well. We breathe deeply and thus pray in the stillness within to not allow fear to take us over. You have given us the Spirit of a sound mind. We need to keep the American “family” from collapsing and from being taken over by outside powers. Today the president crossed the line. Wake us up! Wake up this nation, so collectively we will make an intervention to rescue and restore, so we will prevent the worst. Amen.
For God has not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind. 2. Corinthians 1:7