A while ago, I received an email asking me to share a message; a message that explained how women were being deceived and potentially lured into dangerous situations, where they could be raped.
I won’t go into more detail as I would rather not spread fear, and this blog explains why I didn’t pass the message on, and why we should think twice before sharing negative information via social media.
During the holidays, most women spend their days thinking about family, children, and so on; but because of this information, their thoughts have been diverted to the fear of rape instead.
All the great visionaries have taught us that we attract more of what we think about. We are like huge magnets in this way, attracting what we focus on most.
Therefore, I ask, has this warning saved other women from being raped, or has it created a fear entity to be released into the mass consciousness?
Possibly both, but the latter is inevitable, as fear attracts more fear.
Spiritual teachings inform us that if your soul has chosen for you to experience a trauma of this nature, then that is what will probably happen, whether it’s today, next week, or next year.
Some say we must accept our Karma and that there is no escaping our destiny.
By directing the thoughts of many, to the subject of rape, this not only installs fear, but creates more fear energy, which may even create more attacks because we attract what we think about.
With that being said, I feel that the person who sent this message has a beautiful heart and believes they were helping, but if they really understood how the matrix of reality works, they would have been wiser to have asked their Higher Self for guidance first, and then decided not to send this message out.
The thing is, this was probably an isolated incident, and even if it happened more than once, the poor victims will be experiencing what happened to them because their soul chose this.
As terrible as it may seem, we are all here by choice and some souls do have to bear some horrendous trauma as part of their journey.
My heart goes out to the victims of this sort of crime, and indeed any crime, but the energy used to send out this warning message may have been better spent saying a prayer for the perpetrators to be caught quickly, and for the victims to receive the care and attention they require.
To conclude, sometimes we need to hold back and allow our Higher Self to guide us before we act.
That way we can be guided to spread healing and light, rather than fear.