It’s healthy to be suspicious about Everything! One question I’ve had to ask myself over the last 10 years is would I really want to “survive” a 3D cataclysm?
If the move to 4D is inevitable, why should we concern ourselves with “simple” 3D concerns. For me the answer is being prepared spiritually for what is to come and allowing it to unfold as it should, or at least will, with or without our active 3D participation.
Perhaps that is a bit fatalistic and for sure we can only “do” what we can while in 3D bodies.
Wait and see!
Is it possible to stop paying karma? I.e. choose not to pay any Karma break karmic contracts? Joe could you give some examples of karmic laws of simple compressions?
Only by learning the lessons of 3rd grade can you 'pass' and move on to 4th grade. 'Being prepared spiritually' can mean a lot of things, especially since the New Age COINTELPRO kicked into high gear during the 60's.
I had a roommate once who was very 'spiritual'. He spent 8 hours a day chanting Sanskrit. Almost every single day. I kid you not. However, when the propane for the stove ran out, he couldn't replace the tank. It was a simple matter of turning off the tap, unscrewing the nozzle, removing the empty tank, hoisting up the new full tank, screwing it in, and turning the tap back on. He couldn't do it. He was addicted to his own neurochemicals, and allowed that to arrange his life as the pursuit of 'bliss'. The practical world barely existed.
Some people like to pray in other ways, too. That is a very common form of 'spiritual preparation'. From what I've seen in my life, prayers often consist of a hidden demand for Life to be a certain way - for the destruction of the Earth to cease, for someone to 'save' the children or the whales, sending love and light to Bill Gates to transform him into a force for good, etc. In essence, it amounts to a denial of the world as it is. It's a way to sit in a judgment of the universe - based on the assumption that 'what exists' is not what 'should be'. Often it comes from an unwillingness to confront suffering, darkness, and death. In a word, hubris.
It's kind of like a third grade student praying that 2 + 2 does not equal 4. Or, in our modern times, living in the illusion that '2 + 2 = 4' is a function of white supremacy. And then trying to burn the school down because of that.
So lessons will flow from whatever we choose. Everyone can definitely choose to 'not pay' karmically, and live in a fantasy world that serves your own self-importance. But my sense is that the debts do add up - there's no escape. For instance, with a certain kind of 'spiritual preparation', one may have happily live out the rest of this life turned into a human battery for a global concentration camp, only to reincarnate next time around in a shattered caveman world with red skies of comet dust. Up to you.