FROG Family 23.03.22

Patriots and Frog Family

The countdown clock is now at 8! What is it telling us? Countdown to what? I guess in 8 days we will know. There are only 6 deltas for today….go check them out! What is going on with the banks? The Fed’s goal last week was to stabilize the banks enough so the Fed could raise interest rates this week without prompting more bank runs but…if the Fed raises the interest rate won’t that kill the banks? What’s up with all the churches being burnt down…arson or ???? Do you think they will actually indict President Trump? Oh geez. I have so many more questions.

We know that we are about to experience a very bumpy road very soon. We are told to be very careful if we choose to protest peacefully because the enemy will pull another J6 event. So what do we do? We remain calm!!! We out-maneuver them. We stay alert and prepared. We don’t fall into their trap.

Sooooo how do we stay calm and why should we at this point in our mission? Well we all should know by now how to calm ourselves. Easiest way is to just breathe thru it. Yes, its that simple…taking deep breaths triggers the parasympathetic nervous system, which calms us down. Well thats easy enough to understand. So why is it important to remain calm? We are living through turbulent times right now and let’s face it, this mission we are on can be both mentally and physically draining. We have been constantly in a heightened state of stress which can lead to serious health problems, impact our immune and digestive systems, increase our risk of heart attack and stroke, and lead to burnout, a state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion. Ummmm some of us are already there. So this is when we need to find the best way that works for us to remain calm…or at least calmer!

Harvard Health states that “there is growing evidence that suggests that positive psychology techniques can indeed be valuable in times of stress, grief, or other difficulties. They may also help you develop the resilience to handle difficulties more easily, and bounce back more rapidly after traumatic or unpleasant events.” Their suggestion is to:

• “Be more mindful: Mindfulness is the practice of purposely focusing your attention on the present moment and accepting it without judgement. Learning to live more in the present is especially helpful when the future is uncertain. Formal mindfulness-based stress reduction programs have been shown to help reduce physical and psychological symptoms in people facing a variety of challenges.

• Share some kindness: Research suggests that people who volunteer their time tend to be happier than those who don’t. Those who give charitable donations may even get a small mood boost. Try this exercise: When you have a free afternoon, flip a coin. Heads, do something self-indulgent (for instance, give yourself a manicure). Tails, do something to help your community or another person (for example, call or write to an elderly person). Notice how you feel at the time and in the hours and days that follow.

• Practice gratitude: Gratitude is a thankful appreciation for what you receive, whether tangible or intangible. With gratitude, you acknowledge the goodness in your life. You can apply this to your past (by retrieving positive memories and being thankful for elements of your childhood or past blessings), the present (not taking things for granted as they come), and the future (being hopeful and optimistic that there will be good things arriving). Our brains are wired to take note of when things go wrong. But keeping a gratitude journal — writing down things you’re thankful for — makes you more aware of when things go right.”

Ok, I can understand their suggestions but most of us, especially if we are parents/grandparents already practice and rehearse routinely calming techniques that can’t be learned on the spot, but thru the years have become part of us.

Being prepared, staying focused, and having a plan that has been internalized, automatically will lower stress and keep us calm in emergency situations. Have we not been practicing those traits all along? We have had to learn and practice self-care which includes sleep, exercise, and good nutrition….these are proven stress killers and productivity enhancers. This is all common sense to us and something I personally have difficulty practicing but know I truly must focus more on achieving it.

So no matter what comes at us we must do what we can to remain calm and think things out logically and strategically. Perhaps easier said then done but it is a must if we want to get thru this mission as unscathed as possible. Grab some cash to keep on hand. Top off your gas in your vehicles. Make sure you and your family have downloaded the Signal messenger app. Check to make sure you have basic necessities in for three weeks at least….food…water…meds…pet food…stuff to keep the children and teens amused. Have your emergency plan ready but make sure that all family members know it. Have no fear because God has our six. Stay united. We are F.R.O.G.s and are Fully Reliant On God. THAT and the TRUTH are the only weapons we have ever needed. We win. God wins. Stay safe. WWG1WGA. Love and Light to all.

Mar ❤️❤️❤️ 3/22/23

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