The entire world appears on the brink of an economic meltdown with a dramatic change in fiscal systems, trade and exchange. I can only imagine the chaos and stress this will create in public life, business, the stock exchange, and in ordinary households - though less so for those in the know. Yet, the disturbances and shocks to daily life and the mentality of most will be monumental.
I remember the confusion and meltdowns in 1966 in Australia during the relatively simple change from imperial currency to decimal. The refrain of the elderly in particular was 'How much is that in real money?'
We're in a time where we are obliged to expand way beyond our known zones and help inform others of the intricacies of massive financial overhaul and make the change as seamless as humanly possible. But, as Penny said recently - we 'awakened' may also discover that WE are the normies - so it is wise to study all sides, support our allies, and always keep our discernment and sense of fair play in the forefront.
If we all agreed on everything, we'd all be just sitting in a circle nodding our heads and feeling smug. Vive la difference! I feel tremendous gratitude for Penny's expansive teachings on a vast array of subjects and her introductions to critical thinkers and change-makers for these new times.
The wise don't shoot the teachers and messengers. In the past, they were often vilified, crucified, tortured or shot. However, people like us must surely dig deep, lead the way, and consciously evolve to ensure a great leap forward now and in the coming years and decades.