I was thinking tonight that an intuitive's perspective on what is happening on earth in regard to Japan but also in regard to the middle east and the rest might be useful.
Well. I have noticed that there are two different things greatly affecting normal reality to the point where it is more like what I like to call "transitional reality". We all at different times enter into and out of "transitional reality". There are the good times like when new baby is born and this is usually a happy "transitional reality" and then there are bad times when a relative or friend dies and then we might call this a bad "transitional reality". However, from a purely pragmatic point of view and a more objective non-emotional point of view all these supposedly good or bad transitional realities are in the end only "transitional realities".
So, now we move into large group transitional realities. Something like has happened and is now happening in Japan is horrific (for the Japanese) like World War II was for almost everyone alive then on earth. However, it is also horrific for all the adults, young adults and children world wide who are aware of it or are experiencing it either directly or indirectly in any, way, shape or form. This is greatly destabilizing normal reality over most of earth. Since the veneer of civilization has been getting thinner and thinner during the last decade all over the earth for a variety of reasons, it seems sometimes like more and more people are sort of living in a dream or even an ongoing nightmare in regard to all the changes on earth. So, this is affecting everyone. Often making a joke about it helps.
My neighbor a few days after the tsunami told me jokingly that he was going to park his sailboat there in his yard so he could be ready for anything the way things were going then. Much of the Santa Cruz and Crescent City Harbors here in California had sustained about 40 million dollars in damage or more during the tsunami. So the idea of his parking his sailboat in his yard was funny to us both in response to the craziness of everything that was going on then. However, now about 9 or 10 days later everything because of both the partial nuclear meltdowns and people suffering in Japan in a multiplicity of ways I think most people all over the world are stunned from Japan and stunned about the middle east and no one appears to be functioning that well anywhere.
Even when I drove to Mt. Shasta to visit my daughter it took us both about 24 hours visiting to realize that to some degree we were in a state of emotional shock from everything that had happened in Japan and the middle east and just realizing that we were reacting like most people on earth was a very healthy response.
So, in this kind of "Everyone" "transitional reality response" we have a whole lot of people not functioning completely right and if they don't realize just how off they are from normal then we get many many problems if people aren't compensating correctly for just how off into a minor state of group post traumatic stress disorder that almost everyone is experiencing to a greater or lesser degree.
The most recent examples of this would be 9-11 and Hurricane Katrina. These two traumatic events seriously psychologically altered not only people in the U.S. but also around the world. I would say these two events are similar to what has happened in Japan. However, there will be no end to this nuclear disaster in Japan in any of our lifetimes. This makes it more like Chernobyl. But I think this is much worse than Chernobyl because 100 years from now the Japanese people likely will still be dealing with many of the present and after effects of these problems, both as a result of the 9.0 earthquake and tsunami and also in regard to problems in Japan and worldwide associated with the nuclear partial or by then full meltdowns. So, as an intuitive the strangest thing about all this is that the world seems like a dream more than a reality. This is the biggest difference that I notice. It's like everyone on earth has just been kicked in the stomach more than once and we are all trying to catch our breaths before we get kicked again.
And as we all know dreams are much more forgiving than reality is. So when you act like you are in a dream but are actually in a real physical world really bad things can happen sometimes. So, even if you feel like you are in a dream, when you get into your car and drive yourself or someone else somewhere, remember it's real even if it doesn't seem like it is. Even if we all are traumatized by events, life is real and in that sense unforgiving in its consequences.