Live Up to Your Name
I watched a Korean Netflix series called “Live Up to Your Name;” for the second time. The first time I watched it, I wasn’t ready to receive its profound message, and now I was. The main character is an exceptionally skilled acupuncturist 400 years ago, who will become the most famous acupuncturist in Korean history. He’s still young in his career in this story and has yet to write his classic instruction manuals.
Because he failed to heal the Emperor, they kill him and he instantly somehow ends up in modern day Seoul, dressed in the same Joseon clothing; confused and perplexed. Of course he has never seen all the modern things; the lights, cars, paved streets, skyscrapers and so on, and when he tries to help people in need, they think he’s a crazy quack. It ends up that the head doctor of the foremost Acupuncture Clinic in Seoul finds out who he really is – the famous Im Hoe – and exploits his talents to acquire riches. This misplaced in time acupuncturist falls for the other main character, a beautiful doctor, and in later episodes he dies with her in his arms, two times, taking her to his life 400 years in the past. Now she knows how talented he really is and the good he is doing to the people there in a country ravished by a brutal Japanese invasion.
In the final episodes he is told by a wise master how important it is to be “where you are supposed to be, doing what you’re supposed to be doing.”
The beautiful woman doctor, who is now in love with him, knows that he must return to his time 400 years ago to help his people, without her, because she is where she is supposed to be, doing what she is supposed to be doing in present time. Instead of prolonging the drama, she says goodbye and walks away.
In the world we are living in today, a brutal world war is raging. The forces of God, Goodness and Light, the Military Alliance, were well prepared for this war. They developed Project Looking Glass, enabling them to see into the future and the Quantum Computer, to record every move the enemy Satanic Globalist make. With just these two powerful tools, and utilizing the Art of War wisdom, they have been able to counter their enemy’s every move and have already won the war. God has won! Evil has been defeated.
So, after watching this Korean show for the second time, I’m 100% sure that there’s brilliant people out there taking care of business, doing what they’re supposed to be doing, and I am where I’m supposed to be, doing exactly what I’m supposed to be doing.
I’m preparing to one day open the very much needed Los Cabos Resort and Holistic Healing Center (www.cabohealingcenter.com) and present our Golden Age United videos and products to the world. My living situation is ideal and everything about what I’m now doing is positive. The only connection I have to the war out there is what I read online, and it’s better for my heart to envision a world at peace.
In that regard, I’ve also realized, like the woman doctor, who understood there was no value in being obsessing about the love of her life leaving her, there is no value in my obsessing about this current world war. It’s ridiculous for me to engage in discussions about the how and when, the who and what, the good and bad, the effective or ineffective strategies of how the Alliance is orchestrating the Great Awakening. We have already won. Period. The war simply needs to play out as it will in order to wake up the sleeping masses.
I’ve used my seer’s tools (Spirit Guide Wisdom cards) to access Higher Consciousness to validate these truths, so I see any attempts to invalidate them as oxymoronic.
I must now not let anything distractsme from the positive humanitarian work I’m guided to do, right here in the right place at the right time.
It is time for me to “Live up to My Name,” and be the Creative Visionary Humanitarian I incarnated at this time in history to be. Thank you God.