Depending on the magnitude of the event, the lights won’t go out everywhere. But we’ll experience major game changing setbacks. Stein says there are preventive measures that could lessen the blow. Unfortunately they’re not being put into place as he suggests.
In both his books Stein discusses the pit of the stomach exercises. He shared what happened to one family who got caught in a snow storm and didn’t know enough to put them into practice.
The first thing to do in a stressful survival situation is to stop and calm down. Pray. Breathe deeply. Focus on the area between your belly button and rib cage. This helps shut off the rational thinking mind and activates the intuitive thinking mind.
Visualize the possible scenarios you face. Pay attention to what you’re feeling. Whether your stomach feels upset or calm will dictate the choice you make. Don’t be in a hurry. Recheck yourself if you’re still not sure.
That’s probably an oversimplification. But this is important. Stein says making use of the inner compass has helped thousands of survivors when they didn’t know what to do.
It’s a good idea to have several herbals and remedies at the ready. Something as simple as colloidal silver might make the difference between life and death. Stein has directions for making a low cost, battery powered colloidal silver generator in each of his books.