What’s the deal with the end of the world 2012 prediction?
Is your first reaction to dismiss it as nonsense? This isn’t the first “the end of the world” prediction, or catastrophic prediction, like Y2K, bonking us over the head.
As humans, our lives can get heavy with news of worldly information, especially negative information. Though we’re a very smart bunch of big-brained people, when you compile all this news and information, the build-up of the end of the world paranoia and fear can add up to overwhelming proportions.
In addition, some of us gain pleasure from fanatical data that creates a big buzz and sends a frenzy of fear and sometimes sheer panic within the communal minds of huge populations of regularly sane, relatively safe bet people. It is easy to see that the end of the world 2012 prediction law has very strong potential for major reactive thinking.
Reacting to ideas or beliefs, either good or bad, have powerful consequences.
It’s been scientifically proven: When a belief is fortified with strong emotion, incredible results occur. For example, under strong emotional convincing, an ice-cube will burn skin, the mind will for real furnish a burn on the skin. These types of experiences have been documented over and over again.
The interrogate that needs answering is how do we control this type of information? Potentially the end of the world 2012 law can cause some serious damage, like a financial retreat where every person tightens up their purse strings thus magnifying the idea that a lack of money is looming like an unstoppable black cloud of limitation, when most of us instinctively know that wealth and prosperity surround us in every form, at all times.
Beliefs and expectations are powerful.
The images of the 2012 end of the world horror are very convincing: The earth opening up and swallowing entire cities: The atmosphere suddenly exploding into an evil storm of darkness and all other visions of absolute destruction. And the reasons for this destruction seem to be focused on us, as if we all missed the boat and lived so sinfully that god or nature has made some aware option to viciously end everything, to cleanse and explain our “sinful” lifestyles and end the world.
On the other hand, some of us take a totally distinct view.
For example, let’s reconsider the underlying law of cause and effect. Is it not for real true that for every action there is an equal reaction? This can be understood as a exquisite law. You could reasonably say that “evil” does not exist because all things that happens is a exquisite reflection of simple laws of nature. In other words, if something happens it must therefore be natural or it couldn’t perhaps happen.
Does a frog desire to be a preeminent opera singer? We could all agree that would be, for lack of a good word, “evil.” If you struck a C-chord on a perfectly tuned musical instrument and the sound came out as an F-chord, would the hairs on the back of your neck not stand up?
Of procedure the above scenarios could never happen because the natural world would not survive for more than an instant if underlying laws of the universe behaved so unlawfully. all things from the slightest mathematical recipe would collapse in a micro-second and life would cease to exist faster than the blink of an eye.
Will the end of the world 2012 happen…?
Will the world end next Tuesday?
Anything is possible.
What do You think?