As we have been preparing to cope with the predicted earth changes - how is everyone adjusting so far?

We are hearing of the snow storms in the northern hemisphere and floods and mudslides etc  Are your plans and preparations helping your situation or have they been constantly modified and made flexible.

It would be good to hear stories of your situation as it might help others cope and adapt better.

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well I haev started buying things here and there that do not need batteries or non-renewable fuels..like a ligher. I got a crank flash light and a maginessiam fire maker. Just to name a few things. As for shelter...after thing have calmed down...i think a cheat-0 tent from wal-mart is unwise as it will tear and dry rot in a short time. So i am looking into other options in that regaurd.....any ideas?
When i decided to move here to Los Llanos, I left the comfort of my home and family, the way of life I had maintained for 30 years. I only knew I needed to come back home, do something. Some things happened in my attempts to ease the internal urgency to do something without having to leave my husband back home or behind, but those actions for change failed to ease the urgency I was feeling inside.

When I moved here, it was a start from zero, but I had finally gotten the internal peace I was searching for. So I don't know or I cannot explain yet why I am here. But the anguish I felt was replaced by a feeling of purpose, even though yet foggy unclear.

For the past 3 years I had led like a monastic life, while I save seeds, prepare a backpack for survival, and work on being healthy mentally and physically, so I can can better help others.

By becoming healthy, less stressed, having sit down meals (not McDonald's on the car while I drove between job assignments, etc), having a sleep routine, the fog has started to clear, and I seem to have found a connection with my self that I had lost and was as important as air. Just the mere fact of a rested nervous system is already a sign I am surviving, and I will survive the Pole shift.

When I used to skydive, we would mentally rehearse the team maneuver during the ride up. Since that visualizing technique seemed to help then, I am starting to visualize myself doing things and contributing to the reconstruction of the planet with the zetas.
We built our home on the outskirts of a country town - it was a hard road to travel, balancing family, home and work. But we have learnt alot over the years and learnt to let go of some of the materialistic expectations of life and focus on what we believe to be priorities. For some reason I have had a burning passion towards 'preping' (for what I didn't know) or learning 'how they did it years ago' and understanding different cultures around the world.
Zetatalk has helped me to understand the big picture and what it is that we are preparing for both mentally and physically. I believe our home will be here to help others during and after the ps as they have said that good hearted people will be guided to other good hearted people.
Nothing like an unexpected storm to test ones evacuation plan and survival supplies! We were told to expect 2 inches of mixed precipitation in little rock. We got over 7 inches and the first 4 were in the form of sleet. The Arkansas river separates little rock from north little rock. So I was stranded at a hotel on the south side of the river. My elderly parents were on the north side and lost power. My mom has been gathering survival supplies but my dad said the batteries were bad in everything she pulled out. They were fortunate to have a gas fireplace. My 12 year old daughter was stranded at a friends home on a steep hill and we finally got through to her today. It was a huge wakeup call for all of us because we all live together but when the storm hit, we were separated. Needless to say, we are fine tuning our supplies, and have begun the search for a safe place.
Yes, I agree - even the best of plans can have aspects that have been overlooked.
That must have been scarey - I know I would have been worried about my kids/family being separated from me - Ihope all goes well for you.

Kelly French said:
Nothing like an unexpected storm to test ones evacuation plan and survival supplies! We were told to expect 2 inches of mixed precipitation in little rock. We got over 7 inches and the first 4 were in the form of sleet. The Arkansas river separates little rock from north little rock. So I was stranded at a hotel on the south side of the river. My elderly parents were on the north side and lost power. My mom has been gathering survival supplies but my dad said the batteries were bad in everything she pulled out. They were fortunate to have a gas fireplace. My 12 year old daughter was stranded at a friends home on a steep hill and we finally got through to her today. It was a huge wakeup call for all of us because we all live together but when the storm hit, we were separated. Needless to say, we are fine tuning our supplies, and have begun the search for a safe place.
Kai, I know what you mean. Yesterday my sister and nieces visited, and we talked about the earth changes and preparation, and all my "doing quite well" disappeared. I have been since with this pressure on my chest, I guess now that you mention it, it could be a bout of stress and depression. Just to think about those that are close to my heart, it is a crunching sensation or feeling. Same crunch I hear on the rocks below me. I find it hard to detach. But it made me happy to hear my niece accept that something may happen, and to hear my family is open to preparing mentally for what is next.


Kai Jordan said:
Coping? hmm... Sometimes I do quite well. Other times, I get stressed and nervous and occasionally even feel like "what's the point". Not quite ready, but if it happens tomorrow we'd be able to cope just fine. Just went through a really unusual bout of stress/depression that even caused a fever blister to show it's ugly head. Haven't had one in 12 years.

One day looking forward to the new earth with it's quiet - no planes, trains or automobiles... no radios blasting, no TV blaring, not having to go to work every day in order to just scrape by.

Next day worried about family and friends and people in general surviving intact along with mother earth and knowing the joys of sitting down on a clean toilet seat may be gone forever, along with nice hot showers and mascara.
Just trying to get an action plan put in place for the time of the shift. Most of my preparation though is finding out the best ways to let people close to me know about the coming changes. I am making a lot of headway but it is quite tough.
Copying
Coming home has been softening the firmness of my standing. I find my home in MD attractive. I wear a sweater, when a week ago I had rationing of both water and electricity, with electricity power downgraded at different times of the day or night, (enough for appliances but not enough for A/C), and temperatures at 47-49° C in the shade. Literally, one day I walked outside and the air smell hot iron. My plants collapsed, including the orchid. Here the heater is on : ) and it seems amazing I am here today, the earth bouncing below. Just like in South America. So I am bouncing in comfort, with a “firmless” stand. I will go south again. Heartburns.
What!?!?!?!?!?!? (sitting here trying to figure out what the hell you were saying)

Mariaelisa Torres said:
Copying
Coming home has been softening the firmness of my standing. I find my home in MD attractive. I wear a sweater, when a week ago I had rationing of both water and electricity, with electricity power downgraded at different times of the day or night, (enough for appliances but not enough for A/C), and temperatures at 47-49° C in the shade. Literally, one day I walked outside and the air smell hot iron. My plants collapsed, including the orchid. Here the heater is on : ) and it seems amazing I am here today, the earth bouncing below. Just like in South America. So I am bouncing in comfort, with a “firmless” stand. I will go south again. Heartburns.
Hi Douglas L.
I was just describing how hard is to experience the earth changes and pole shift, when you are a citizen of this planet. I have homes both in South America and in North America. Intensity is increasing for earth changes. I am in the US currently. A totally different environment for earth changes than Los Llanos. I will be returning to Los llanos soon. Drought (water/electricity difficulties) and heat (no spring but dry season in tropics) and sliding/bounce movements are felt there (south america moving). Here in the US its spring, and there is no drought, and movements are different (earth changes). No sliding, but rock crushing and short moves with stops and bouncing. I have family in many places of this planet. How do you cope when you live in different places, and have loved ones across many areas that will be affected?

In Los llanos, copying is harder due to climate, geographical location, a different set of needs, but my brother and mother are there. In here is hard too, cause I'm faced with going back and leaving behind husband and niece (my child), sisters and friends.My chest gets a burning feeling.

Douglas Loven said:
What!?!?!?!?!?!? (sitting here trying to figure out what the hell you were saying)
Mariaelisa Torres said:
Copying
Coming home has been softening the firmness of my standing. I find my home in MD attractive. I wear a sweater, when a week ago I had rationing of both water and electricity, with electricity power downgraded at different times of the day or night, (enough for appliances but not enough for A/C), and temperatures at 47-49° C in the shade. Literally, one day I walked outside and the air smell hot iron. My plants collapsed, including the orchid. Here the heater is on : ) and it seems amazing I am here today, the earth bouncing below. Just like in South America. So I am bouncing in comfort, with a “firmless” stand. I will go south again. Heartburns.
I have two back packs and a duffel bag full of supplies. Along with containers of water and packages of seeds. But still not able to move to a safe location. My husband is a non-believer. I have spoken to him in the past about the pole shift and what it entails. And....... he shook his head and called me CRAZY and threatened to put me in the BIG HOUSE!!!! So needless to say, I have refrained from telling him anything else. So, my plan is........ I live in Kentucky which is on the NEW MADRID FAULT line. As we all know, there are going to be adjustments soon. So, hopefully this will be a WAKE UP CALL !!! And together, family and all, we can finally plan our safe location before it is too late!!!
Chelly, it's like the saying "You can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink." I would say just keep getting ready and store things for when the time comes. when he comes around you can let him in on your plans. i am lucky my wife and i both have accepted the truth about Planet Nibiru . The difference is she does not want to spend the money on things we will need when the time comes.

chelly k said:
I have two back packs and a duffel bag full of supplies. Along with containers of water and packages of seeds. But still not able to move to a safe location. My husband is a non-believer. I have spoken to him in the past about the pole shift and what it entails. And....... he shook his head and called me CRAZY and threatened to put me in the BIG HOUSE!!!! So needless to say, I have refrained from telling him anything else. So, my plan is........ I live in Kentucky which is on the NEW MADRID FAULT line. As we all know, there are going to be adjustments soon. So, hopefully this will be a WAKE UP CALL !!! And together, family and all, we can finally plan our safe location before it is too late!!!

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