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"A Millennial's Guide to the RV" by Fireswan - 6.7.17

Entry Submitted by Fireswan at 1:37 PM EDT on June 7, 2017

To share a millennial perspective, I'll share a recent story. I promise that it will be relevant.

My son almost got arrested the other day. He was helping his girlfriend out of a self-destructive frame of mind where she was contemplating suicide. Her mother is narcissistic and had been heavily punishing the girl for not living up to the mother's projected expectations. The mother sees the daughter as "lazy" and "not going anywhere". The daughter couldn't figure out how to please the mother, end the abuse, or because she's 16, got into a mindset of overdosing on her anti-anxiety meds to end her life as a way out of an "impossible" situation.

My 17-year old son had recently broken up with the daughter because he was spending too much energy trying to stabilize the daughter, and he wasn't living his life. His grades at school suffered. He was upset about this because he needs a 3.5 grade average to keep his car insurance. He also wants to get into law enforcement when he graduates from High School. He also has a job repairing 4-wheel drive vehicles. He was upset about not spending more time/effort on school because good grades are required his job (needs to have auto insurance) and he needs good grades to get into the police academy. Maintaining his girlfriend's stability has taken a toll on him, he didn't feel effective with her (or his life) so he decided to break up with her to "get himself back to where he likes himself again".

Back to how he was almost arrested. The girlfriend's mother became physically violent and the girl ran away. The daughter called my son, he found her and was talking her out of suicide. When the daughter didn't respond to the mother's phone calls, the mother called the police, the police called the daughter, and my son called me. I called a domestic violence hotline and they gave me the number for child protective services. I called my son who had the daughter call child protective services who instructed them to go to where the mother is waiting with the police.

Upon arrival, the police threatened to arrest my son for 1. Harboring a minor 2. Kid napping 3. Obstructing justice.

His response - "You could arrest me to later find out that I did not cause this situation. Or you could better serve the situation by finding a way for me to get into a co-dependency class because I want to get into law enforcement, but right now I'm too co-dependent and I don't know how to prevent teenagers from committing suicide without rescuing them. Maybe arresting me is the best option because that might be the only way I can get co-dependency training, if the judge ordered it as part of my penalty for trying to help out."

The police were shocked. As soon as they recovered, they immediately turned to the mother, "did you know that your daughter has been contemplating suicide?"

The mother put on a good performance of fake concerned drama, but in the end, the police took the daughter to the hospital and checked her in for psychiatric treatment. And, the last I heard, the mother is being put into anger and rage management classes.

When I talk to my son about what he and his friends would do with money, he said that psychology should be taught in schools all the way to kindergarten. All kids would have a place to go to get support when their parents start flipping out on them. He also predicted that as the amount of drama that is encouraged and is tolerated reduces in society and families, millennials would spend their money doing projects to help the Earth and make life on Earth a beautiful experience for everyone.

I have not talked to my son or his girlfriend about the RV. They just "know" that "something's got to give". They frequently observe and comment "you experience more of what you focus on and make important". We've had several conversations discussing what happens when when we don't give away our power to the current PTB, the established institutions will shift. Millennials are not afraid of the system, they were born knowing how to shift it, use it, game it. They know instinctively that the system can be turned around as in the "you could arrest me, but it would be better to get me into a co-dependency class," for example.

My recommendation for anyone whose humanitarian project involves "helping millennials":

1. Listen to them describe their interest, passion, vision for themselves, society and the Earth.

2. Help them formulate a plan. I'm imagining finding creative wealth managers and business planners to identify the tools that the millennials have access to but they don't know it.

3. Use the mechanisms the millennials are already use to "get their plans in motion". If they need to "game" a current system, get them together with social engineers. If they need to set up a social support network, find the right professions to assist. If they need help designing a product/solution/business, get them together with advisors who have built products/solutions/businesses.

4. Millennials don't waste time and energy doing something that isn't meaningful/passionate/relevant. They're not motivated by fear, but they also don't want to "miss the boat", so there is some fear there that "it's too late". Find a way to incorporate the OWK manifestation process so that they can be reassured that all is coming together and unfolding "on time".

My take is that it will be much easier working with millennials if we're in an internal space of surrender to "being relevant". They have much more of a solid vision of the world they want to inherit than we do. Like Yosef keeps emphasizing - surrender, surrender, surrender. The divine operating in/as/through the millennials will guide us in how we are to work with them. Do we have enough humility to let our children show us the way forward?

If not, how's that co-dependency class going?




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