Feb. 24, 2017
Why did we Americans vote the way we did? It doesn’t matter for whom we voted, the question is, “why?”
For the last several months, I’ve stood back from the elections and listened and watched. I got an answer.
Everyone wanted change. That was the major reason for voting for any candidate, but no one seemed to know what change, change from what to what, that voters wanted.
So, I selected one category that people wanted changed—the Affordable Care Act (Obama Care) and listened and observed.
It seems that the major complaint individuals have is its cost. They honestly don’t have the money to pay it.
I know this is so for me.
Yes. I have dental and health insurance. However, I don’t have the money to pay for doctor or dental visits. I don’t have the funds to pay for prescriptions. When I had a professional dental cleaning, I didn’t get x-rays; I couldn’t afford them.
Yes. I saw this coming and have fought hard and am continuing to fight to find a solution.
My solution was to increase my income.
For some strange reason, I didn’t and don’t expect the government to solve my problem.
However, after listening to people who voted for a certain person, that’s what these voters wanted: the government to solve the problem for them.
What these voters sincerely believed, and, perhaps still believe, is that their candidate will make Obama Care affordable. It turns out that they don’t dislike the Affordable Care Act, they dislike paying for it. Some of them have even said that they want no-cost insurance.
Wow! What a revelation! I never in a zillion years would have expected members of a certain political party to say they wanted the government to give them something for free. They seem so against so-called entitlements, even the things people have paid the government for like social security and Medicare. Wow!
However, what is even more disturbing than working class people being unable to pay for health care–not health insurance but basic health care–is what our local TV money guru, Clark Howard, recently said. He spoke about the record number of automobiles reprocessed and suggested that people buy cheaper cars. He never said a word about the non-existence of cheaper cars.
Certain spiritual teachers have said that the person who now occupies the White House is supposed to bring into the light what has been hidden.
Could it be that working-class Americans cannot afford to live the way we’ve been living? Could it be that not only can’t we afford health care or decent transportation, but we can’t afford our entire lifestyle?
If this is so, what do we do about it?
I don’t know. Everything I and others have done or have tried hasn’t worked, hasn’t produced a desirable or acceptable result.
So what to do?
Go to a political party that has, in the past, promised much to working class people and failed to deliver?
I don’t think so. I go to the angels.
Angels of All of Us
Angels of all of us,
What would it take for working class people everywhere–the Americas, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Africa, everywhere on our planet and in the universes– to have the financial means to purchase lifestyles of enoughness, of decency and integrity (we don’t sell our souls or our land to the so-called rich and powerful)?
What would it take for working class people everywhere to live in freedom, to know the truth and to make choices that truly enhance individuals, families, communities and the planet?
I ask that:
Any karma in the way of this happening—karma means unhealed situations from the past—is done away with at the moment of its creation. It is destroyed and deleted and no longer affects anyone anywhere. It is finished.
Any beliefs, feelings, thoughts, practices, traditions and inheritances from the ancestors that block or prevent the answers to these ‘what would it take’ questions from showing up be uncreated, deleted and transmuted across all time, space, dimensions, and realities including holographic, genetic and ancestral.
The answers come. Now. The answers are clear, doable, understandable and effective.
And so it is.
Ask the Angels Coaching