On the surface, this idea sounds Pollyanna-ish and illogical. How could one's personal interactions have anything to do with whether a country decides to send troops to attack another country? It makes no rational sense – but only because most people don't yet recognize the power of energy not perceivable by the physical senses.
Each individual, in our daily lives, projects energy that affects not only ourselves and those close to us, but goes out into the world at large. In certain areas of the world, at any given time, a concentration of a certain type of energy will form a "vortex" that attracts like energy to it. There are areas in which concentrations of this type of energy exist all the time. When they become large and dense enough, they attract even more energy and can become enormous.
And this energy must somehow be expressed or released. On a personal level, one can express or release oppositional energy in a myriad of ways, including having a screaming fit, punching someone, going for a run, writing a blog post, or cleaning out closets. It can be expressed in what we would deem negative or positive ways, but the energy must "go somewhere."
With large concentrations of energy (powerful vortexes), the expression generally occurs through major events: hurricanes, cyclones, earthquakes, floods, epidemics, and wars. A series of thunderstorms or minor earthquakes can release energy that would have built up and caused a major catastrophe.
Every time an individual chooses to oppose or resist rather than to cooperate and accept, they project an energy of opposition that is magnetized to areas in the world in which there are vortexes of strong oppositional energy. These vortexes are like invisible tornadoes, pulling into them energies of a similar vibration.
Geographic distance is not necessarily a factor, although it can be. In cases where people in a certain region are projecting an abundance of a particular type of energy; it may lead to events local to that region. But energy travels through pathways we cannot observe with our physical senses. It shouldn't always be assumed that an earthquake in China, for instance, was caused by the energy of the Chinese. People on the other side of the world may have contributed to it just as much.
So when there is an impending war that you really don't want to happen, the most effective action you can take is to notice your own energy projection and choose not to project oppositional energy for more than a few moments. This doesn't mean suppressing emotions, but recognizing their signals, taking any appropriate action, and then moving your attention to something else.
Ironically, placing a lot of energy and attention on opposing a war actually has the opposite effect – it fuels it.
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