Great Awakening Aftermath and Overcoming Trauma

Mastery of Emotions

Conspiracy theory turned out to be fact

Not just one conspiracy theory but almost every one of them. Many people suffer from cognitive dissonance, as the revelations continue to horrify more and more. The great awakening is a process of recovery from a long and brutal dystopian nightmare. Overcoming Trauma is the prescription and truth is the treatment.

We the people” have post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Our society and the world we live in has been psychologically damaged by the conspiracy to harm us. It took a couple of years for the balance of facts to tip the scale towards of us “knowing” that something wicked had taken place.

In the aftermath of the wickedness, the good folks arise together and carry on towards the light of goodness. Marching triumphantly out of the valley of the shadow of death.

Today was a breakthrough for me because I had been asking myself what I could blog about here on Silicon Palms? How could I help to make the world better, and/or recover faster?

Admittedly, I am a Digital Soldier and have been on the front line of the information war for a very long time. My awareness of the Deep State Cabal goes back decades but it was the Plandemic that enlisted me as full time Q Patriot. My duty was to know the breaking news and share the truth online, no matter how abhorrent.

2020 Election Theft Trauma

The 2020 U.S. Presidential Election was stolen in front of our faces, in real-time “LIVE” for the entire world to witness. Next day the Social Medias uncovered the truth of late night ballot deliveries all over America in the counties the Deep State Cabal needed to win. We were violated in a most despicable fashion.

The theft of democracy, as I call it, caused massive psychological damage, especially as the longer the crime was allowed to persist. The “Big Lie” caused deep division.

Overcoming Trauma

Trauma is an emotional response to a terrible event like an accident, rape, or natural disaster. Immediately after the event, shock and denial are typical. Longer term reactions include unpredictable emotions, flashbacks, strained relationships, and even physical symptoms like headaches or nausea.

American Psychological Association

With a dis-ease, the first step in recovery is to admit you have an ailment. A disease is a particular abnormal condition that negatively affects the structure or function of all or part of an organism, and that is not immediately due to any external injury.

Some guidelines to help trauma recovery

Despondency is a symptom of trauma. You must become aware of your thinking and apply strict rules to what you can and can NOT think about. Also, develop regimes of practice and exercise to divert your attention from negative thought processes.

Audit your thoughts daily and review your mood swings. Add more outdoor activities to your lifestyle and begin to reduce consumption of digital information. Keep spiritual and uplifting reading material near favourite places to sit and relax.

Avoid alcohol and unhealthy foods and remain grateful for the presence of God.

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