Ready to Unplug?

I rarely watch TV, especially mainstream news.

There’s a sweep of people who are unplugging; who’ve decided to stop watching TV/news due to the significant portion of violent events they hear/see. The content of the stories presented and the way that we react to them create a cycle of lower vibrational thoughts, feelings and actions. It creates fear. If you’re trying to raise your vibration, watching the news isn’t going to help.


According to Andrea Schulman, there used to be 88 media companies, but we only have six today. All six get their news from Reuters and the Associated Press (AP). So, whoever owns Reuters and AP, controls all of the world’s “news”. The wealthiest and dangerous Illuminati family on Earth, the Rothschild’s, estimated to be worth over $500 trillion (more than half of the world’s wealth), control all the information being fed to the entire world as “news.” If you haven’t heard of the Illuminati’s/Rothschild’s (Khazaraian Mafia) look them up.

Instead of publishing the truth, the controlled media publishes lies, false-narrative and propaganda, and by doing so has created a false social reality which makes the truth implausible to most. This false reality has traditionally caused most Americans to view truth nuggets dispensed by the Internet’s Alternative Media as mere “conspiracy theory” by wacky “conspiracy theorists” ~ Preston James


Unplug yourself from the negativity. Spend each evening doing something you enjoy doing. Perhaps you can have dinner as a family, read, listen to music or go out for a walk.

Instead of ending your day worrying about all of the things that have gone wrong in the world, wouldn’t you rather go to bed on a high note?

Have you taken a few days off from the TV/news? Tell us about it.

Published by SpiritualJourney17

He who knows others is wise. He who knows himself is enlightened. Tao Te Ching

41 thoughts on “Ready to Unplug?

  1. Thank you for this post. Just today I decided to step away from the negative political news and just do something. Last week I spent 5 days addicted to the US election (through the internet not TV) and I got more and more anxious and angry. And I did not blog for those 5 days. Enough is enough. I am taking a break, getting connected with my WP friends again and today I am going to learn how to register voters. Maybe I won’t feel so helpless then. I might not go cold turkey but I can limit reading online news to say 30 minutes in the afternoon (I’ll have set a timer!) after I have finished my writing, and meditating, and reading nourishing articles and posts. This is a very timely posting. Thank you.

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  2. It’s been a while that I haven’t visited your blog as my work is keeping me busy. So I’m taking this time to read those you’ve written which I hadn’t read yet.  Your blog about taking a break in writing and then coming back recently has awakened the fire within me. haha! I guess I really missed writing! I should start finding time in writing again. I mean, really find time to write. Although, I started writing bit and pieces in my other blog, I haven’t started writing in my first blog as it entails some reading and a little research.  Thank you for the inspiration. 

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  3. Wisely said.
    We’ve given up on watching the news because our UK’s most august BBC has taken to dumbing down its TV new channel. We pick up our news from the BBCi internet channel, where it is the written word and open to more sober absorbing.
    Though truth be known we are giving over more of our time to writing (my wife Poetry), myself (all sorts of stuff). Seems much more constructive.

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  4. Oh yes, I gave up watching the news a long time ago. I’m very selective with what I watch on television this days, usually I choose a feel good movie or an uplifting and positive documentary. That’s more than enough for me. Great post.

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  5. Music to my ears! I rarely watch TV. I am not missing anything! Happily both of my kids are pretty much TV free too. The ad by the forest council is great. Thank for a good post!

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  6. This was a welcome post to me 🙂 I don’t remember when I last watched the news …years ago! And I think I am not sure how to turn my TV on to get to any particular channel …there are too many buttons on that remote …LOL! Thank you for your post.

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  7. I can definitely relate. Your reasons coincides with mine. Substantial information about people’s well being and welfare is rarely tackled in TV nowadays, harsh reality indeed.

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  8. Love your article. I don’t recall the last time I watched TV. I am happy and content without a TV. Now a days the new technology they have the video camera that is always on. Anyhow…I rather be in nature it feeds the soul of positive energy. Blessings!

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      1. Yeh! Reality kicks in and I am back at my desk for the day job and rather be somewhere else. I am visualizing Best Selling Author children book Aimee and Divine Inspiration On a Journey by Diane Bourgeois. My new life style gives me the time and play to be in nature more often. Cheers!

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  9. I haven’t owned a television set in about two years and in all that time, I have missed nothing. love your article

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  10. There isn’t anything on tv worth watching. Most corporations are about that money. They don’t care how our spirit is being feed.
    They lie and put a spin on the truth or leave it out.
    We wouldn’t let people come into our home and talk crazy to our family but that’s what we are doing when we turn on the television.

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