I was happily surprised that when I looked through all the COVID-19 and great reset messages and social media posts, one colorful message stood out. It was a picture of people in India celebrating the Holi Festival in big groups.
What is the Holi Festival?
“Holi is an annual Hindu festival held in the spring to signify the triumph of good over evil, the end of winter, and the arrival of spring. For many, it is a festival to meet friends, mend relationships, and to forgive and forget. The Holi Festival is sometimes referred to as the Festival of Love or the Festival of Colors.”
There are several reasons that I am very happy with this news. The first is that I believe that this is exactly what people who are not in the high-risk groups of COVID-19 should do. Mingle and get in touch with one another. Don’t isolate, celebrate!
Our immune systems work best when we literally get in touch with our world and our fellow human beings. Being challenged with all kinds of microbes, the natural defenses are being strengthened, and a better immunity against all kinds of diseases is the result.
The worst thing you can do to a healthy immune system is to keep yourself isolated, stay at a distance from everyone, disinfect yourself several times a day, wear protective clothes, and make sure everything you touch is disinfected too. This puts your immune system to sleep.
Besides activating our immune system, the festival also symbolizes the triumph of good over evil. The architects of the great reset are pushing forward with all kinds of new fear mongering and control strategies, but here people are already celebrating the triumph of good.
I see more and more initiatives developing as a countermovement against the great reset, and every initiative and celebration is helpful, of course. Good will triumph over evil. All dictators and corrupt systems are in the end destroyed and replaced by something better.
The Holi Festival is also a spiritual festival, and I believe it is good to keep focusing on our spiritual consciousness. I believe we are in essence spiritual beings, created by a Spiritual Creator. Keeping this perspective certainly helps in trying times.
Another thing that is beautiful about this Holi Festival is that it shows the power of the people. Things like these festivals cannot be suppressed. When a big enough percentage of the population doesn’t want to cooperate with government rules anymore, it all stops.
So there are lots of reasons to celebrate! Here is a video without text to show you some more of how the guys in India rejoice with this colorful festival.