There has been a lot of chatter on the Web, on TV programming and in open discussion about the year 2012. Propagating Mayan Prophecy further was the film debut of 2012, which held viewing audiences captivated with its spectacular and alarming scenes of a cataclysmic event.

Throughout the ages, man has reveled in the shadows of prophecy and ancient texts. We have looked to the stars for answers, we have dove into meditation to seek answers from within, we have been to our churches and synagogues; and beyond that, we have listened and watched what others have said and sermonized. What it boils down to is that we are a spiritually-hungry people who desire that part in us that we have somehow lost along the way in our journeys in life.

The doomsday phenomena is the town talk… it is all about how solar cycles are going to peak on or about December 21, 2012 – December 23, 2012 during the winter solstice.  And this just so happens to coincide with ancient Mayan prophecy. There are many unanswered questions that remain in our hearts and minds in regards to the 2012 phenomena. The question, however, that we should all be asking ourselves is: “Must we live beneath an umbrella of fear and discontent?” There are many factions in this country and around the world, which will use the doomsday scenario to place fear in the hearts of the willing. I say walk away from those fears. What we will can and will ultimately become the end result in all things that we aspire to be and do.

Hysterical history…

Before the turn of the century, people throughout the United States and abroad were fearful of the Y2K bug. Do you remember that? What in the world would we do if all the computer systems failed?  But they did not. Prior to the 2000 bug, there were several doomsday cults whose self-fulfilling prophecies terrified followers (and leaders) into unthinkable acts. The Movement for the Restoration of the Ten Commandments (among others) was such one of these groups that convinced its followers that the apocalypse was going to occur in the year 2000. With the entrance of the new millennium, the group began to unravel because the “apocalypse” did not transpire as they had prophesized to their followers. In early spring of 2000, movement leaders were losing their control. By late March, authorities discovered a mass murder* of over 700 group members. Self-fulfilling prophecies can only come true if we enable our unbalanced emotions to override our human intuitive will and individual power of the mind-thought.

Now we fast-forward to 2010.  We live in an age and time where science is broaching genius. We are learning things so fast that our minds can barely keep up with emerging news, innovations, inventions, data and science, of course. At the same time, we attempt to lead normal everyday lives where we go to work, come home, spend time with our loved ones, go to sleep, and start all over again. Our minds and bodies are working in automatic over-drive. This leaves little time or room for us to truly process the information that is disseminated to us day in and day out. Because our mental status is preoccupied with so much clutter, the only space that we leave open is for the “flight or fight” response. Trigger words, thoughts, ideas, people and events can springboard us into a negative downward spiral. And that, my friends is how fearful “prophecies” and notions can get us into hot water rather quickly.

You’re so intuitive - then you tell us what’s going to happen in 2012…

The uniqueness of the 2012 phenomena is that the future is always changing…always transforming by thoughts, deeds and actions. The butterfly effect of human nature is that while the potential exists of a cataclysmic event, and that while a potential exists scientifically that these things will all come to pass, and that while a potential exists that the interpretation of the Mayan prophecy is exactly that…we must stop to think in what direction we are now going (personally and as a people) to fully grasp the power and potentiality of our human will. That is the beauty of a future paradox… we can always change that what has not yet happened.

Human willpower combined with the power of the mind-thought, is one of the Divine’s greatest gifts ever given to mankind. How and what we do with that power, will ultimately shape our destinies. There is still time to change our fate for the human race. But it depends solely on our ability to transcend negative energy and animosity to create a healthier, more conducive environment for the flow of positive Universal energy. When we, as a human race, have overcome our ego minds with the stillness that our authentic self offers us, then only can we use our intuitive will and talents to determine the best overall outcome. Sixties idol, Jimi Hendrix could not have said it better: “When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace.” And that, is the same concept that you must use in your life today and everyday to deal with your fears, your animosities, your transgressions, and the information that you receive when you least expect it.

The world will be watching as 2012 fast approaches. That means we, as the human race, have roughly two years to gear our minds toward more positive thinking. It is time to awaken to our true potential. The joy-filled possibilities are waiting to be born.  We must let go of the fears riding our backs and weighing us down into the abyss of cyclic anxiety. Human intuitive will is a powerful force when used in proper alignment with the universal flow of energy. Let go of the fear. Breathe. Today is a new day, tomorrow has not yet begun…and the rest of our future will be played out exactly in accordance to what our intuitive will encourages us to do both individually and as a collective community.

Until we speak again,

I am, Joan Marie, Intuition Girl

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Learn more about Certified Master Intuitive Joan Marie Whelan -- Intuitive Counseling and Intuition Coaching Specialist