Question: In 1939 the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact between the Soviet Union and Germany divided up certain countries between them in what they called spheres of influence: Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Romania. This led to invasions and a lot of problems but somehow Finland managed to save itself. Why could the Finnish people keep themselves free but the people of Estonia, for example, couldn’t?
Answer from the Ascended Master Saint Germain through Kim Michaels. This answer was given at a conference in Estonia in 2018.
There are always certain physical factors that could be pointed out. Finland had a larger area and a larger population than, for example, Estonia. It had a longer border with Russia. There was wild forest that was difficult to penetrate and so access wasn’t as easy. The population wasn’t as concentrated; it wasn’t as easy to attack. That is why, from a practical perspective, the Finnish soldiers were able to turn back the Russian army. These of course are the physical things. On a more spiritual level, the people of Scandinavia, all the Scandinavian countries, have a higher internalization or a higher focus on the Freedom Flame than you see in the Baltic states and in other eastern European states.
This was, at the spiritual level, what gave them the drive to fight back the way they did. We have said before that we are not encouraging the attitude of “Give me liberty or give me death” but in certain situations when a country has been attacked by the fallen beings, this has been a necessary state of consciousness for the defenders of that country to be in, where they were willing to give their lives to avoid being conquered. I am not saying that this was necessarily better or not better or this was right or wrong. I am not even thinking in those terms. I am just simply explaining that the Finnish people had a higher degree of the Freedom Flame which meant they had, on an internal mental-spiritual-emotional level, Answer from the Ascended Master Saint Germain through Kim Michaels. This answer was given at a conference in Estonia in 2018.
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