How To Prepare For The End Of The World (Not What You Think)

Occasionally we may be treated to an announcement on YouTube or an update on a billboard with the world’s end date, and each missed date brings disappointment for some. Don’t get me wrong, the love of life is everything, but let’s be honest. The world as we know it is unsustainable.  We either end the world ourselves, shifting slowly and gracefully into newer and better ways of thinking, or we let the world collapse and are forced to make the necessary changes.


Many people associate fear with the idea of the world ending, but when we recognize the difference between “life” and “world” we will find most of our fears are unwarranted.  Once we understand how this current “world” concept thrives on our fear to stay relevant, we will be able to see how fragile this conceptual reality actually is.


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The world is a concept; many concepts, of course, and while it is filled with a range of physical experiences, how we interpret these experiences is a mutual, collective agreement. The world we live in is shaped by the ideas we share about it. Most of the belief systems we share today began long before we were born, and are still being passed successfully from generation to generation, mainly because these ideas are indoctrinated at such a young age. Changing well-ingrained beliefs can be a great challenge. Nevertheless, the sooner we become aware of where these beliefs come from, and to what extent they benefit or harm our well-being, the sooner we will be able to create the reality we truly want.


Here’s a really good article on Belief Systems

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We’ve all heard the saying, “No one really knows what tomorrow will bring.” This statement is especially true when it’s believed that it’s perfectly natural to allow complete strangers to have control over it.


How much control does an individual really have over their “tomorrow”? As a result of natural and man-made disasters, constant news coverage about every moment, and the idea that life can end in an instant, anxiety continues to rise. Being constantly in survival mode is not sustainable. Eventually, one of the fears is going to manifest in its natural form. It must, be because emotion is energy, and when a natural flow of energy is slowed or even stopped, it will eventually manifest (external and/or internal) into a physical blockage or mass.



The truth is that even though everything seems to be against us, we have more control than we think over our future. Once we acknowledge that we have the power to choose what to believe and not believe, we will begin to gain more of the ability to change our own stories, which in turn, will ultimately change the way we think about the world. It is the belief in the world concept that disempowers us, and the world’s basic premise is this:

“Our world must be feared.” 

It is possible for an individual to manipulate and to be manipulated by fear. A person under Mr. Fear’s control can be made to believe, think, say, or do anything he wishes. So, if we are to conquer Mr. Fear, we must stop focusing on him and his magic tricks.

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Since Mr. Fear is everywhere, it will be hard to avoid him at first. However, with time, individuals will become wiser and will begin to figure out how to get past their magical props for survival. For example, utilizing a tool on occasion is natural, but when a person becomes dependent upon this tool, then it becomes a crutch.  The smartphone has become exactly this because we have become unnaturally dependent on it. It is no longer just simply a tool.


There will be a lot of skills and patience required to work around these magic props. It goes without saying that one person’s hell can be another person’s paradise so if you’re okay with being dependent on this device or any other, please ignore this article. However, becoming extremely resourceful will be one of the skills needed to overcome these magic props. Technology must be understood for what it is, a tool only, and we must not become solely dependent on it.

“No one really knows what tomorrow will bring especially when it’s believed that it’s perfectly natural to allow complete strangers to have control over it.”

If all technology on the planet were rendered inactive for 24 hours, what effect would that have on our lives? A fraction? Or a much bigger portion of it? Suppose this interruption of service lasted longer than a week or even months. Would you be able to continue working? How about purchasing essential items? In most cases, stores would only accept cash as a method of transaction, but what if you were only allowed to withdraw a certain amount of cash from your bank account on a daily or even a monthly basis? If that were the case, what would you do about your survival?


Questions like these aren’t asked to create a fearful environment but rather to create the opposite. Having let strangers control every aspect of our lives, we have become more like “sitting ducks”.  If you want to reduce life’s stress and anxiety of not knowing what tomorrow will bring, continue to read on to learn how you can gradually regain control over your life as you prepare for a “most-welcomed” end to the current world order. 


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So that we are clear, Flower of Life Coach is not suggesting preparing for the end of anyone’s life, nor for the end of creation in general. Remember that the two concepts, “world” and “life,” are entirely different.  The world is a system of various. beliefs and ideas. Life is consciousness partaking in these various beliefs and ideas. And again, this world’s basic premise is fear. Therefore, the end of this fundamental underlying energy of fear is what is being suggested we should be preparing for, which is absolutely nothing to fear at all.


The problem is that old habits can be difficult to break. Furthermore, we keep hearing about the soon-to-be-imposed forced vaccinations, impending martial law, and a reset, things that none of us really want. There’s an old expression that says, “If you want something to happen, just keep talking about it.”. Since “life” is a game of probabilities, the outcomes of any given situation can be numerous. Is it not possible to see this current, drastic shift in events as something necessary to bring about something beautiful? Or, are we too far gone in this underlying energy of fear to think so optimistically?


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What is it that you wish to experience? Rather than getting caught up in other people’s fear frenzy, consider how these sudden changes may benefit you and your family. However, as everything shifts, you must also be slowly transitioning from dependency to independent thinking and self-sufficiency. This will be your key to success.


What Is A Sustainable Lifestyle?

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 Living a sustainable lifestyle means taking into account how Earth’s natural resources are used. A sustainable lifestyle involves reducing one’s carbon footprint by driving less and walking more or riding a bicycle, driving an electric vehicle, using less energy in their home, and using alternative energy sources such as wind, water, and sun. It also refers to the ability to sustain yourself without the assistance of outside sources such as grocery stores, utility companies, and other giant corporations that control the buying and selling of basic necessities.


You can find out if you are living a sustainable lifestyle by asking these 10 questions:

  1. Do I recycle properly and regularly?
  2. Do I shop using reusable cloth bags?
  3. Do I turn off lights when not in use?
  4. Do I unplug devices when not in use?
  5. Do I have the skills to supply my own essentials without the use of a corporation?
  6. Do I have the means to keep myself and my family safe and warm during a power outage?
  7. Do I walk or ride my bike to places that are close and carpool as much as I can for distance driving?
  8. Do I think of ways to minimize purchases that are packaged in plastic wrapping?
  9. Do I have the skills to make my own clothing?
  10. Do I have the skills to grow my own food?

Getting started can seem overwhelming, but making incremental changes will position you for a more sustainable lifestyle and more control over your future.


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How can you use these current world changes to better your life and the lives of those who depend on you? Are you stuck in fear? If so, here is an article that will offer other ways that you can overcome anxiety and fear. Please let us know in the comments section below how you intend to make the necessary changes to prepare for the end of the world.


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