As the climate changes all around us, Americans are finally awakening to personal responsibility for healing the planet. We are more willing than ever before to be proactive about global warming.
But many worry that whatever we do is too little, too late. We fear we’ll never be able to make enough of a difference. It is the oil companies’ fault, it is the government’s fault, it is our own fault for being addicted to over-consuming. We assume it is all beyond our control.
Fortunately, that is not true. We are actually in control! That is not a conspiracy theory or a nice new-age platitude. We have the ability to change reality, by choosing to change our perception of reality.
The perception of powerlessness leads to inaction, resentment, and whining. Shifting the angle through which we view reality, even by one degree, opens up vistas that were not apparent before. Shift your perception, and you suddenly have new choices. Powerlessness turns into possibility.
If you agree with the basic tenet of the Law of Attraction – that thoughts precipitate into reality – then your thoughts about the future of our planet are vitally important.
Worry and panic might be good motivators for change, temporarily. But they negative reactions ultimately create more negative energy. Real action to avert disaster requires a vision of the world we want, not a reaction to a future we fear.
Fear is everywhere in our collective consciousness. That fear actually drags us down, energetically. Think of it as a stress that suppresses our global immune system. Disconnect from that fear. Focus on the planet you want – peaceful, cooperative, healthy, in balance, and capable of sustaining us all, perfectly.
Al Gore ends his film “An Inconvenient Truth” with the hopeful thought that it is not too late if we act now. Thoughts trickle down into reality, more rapidly than ever. We must decide that there is a solution, and then do everything we can to attain it. Assuming that a fix exists is the first step to solving the fix we are in.
We always make a difference, whether we act or not. Everything we do, every little thought we think, shifts the energy around us. Every action or inaction carries karma. When we turn off the faucet while brushing out teeth, we have an effect. When we are conscious of conserving gas, we have an effect. When we shift the cocktail party conversation from gloom and doom to possibilities and solutions, we have an effect.
When we change our minds, we can change our actions, and our reality.
Your Self-Healing Tip: Try this powerful global-energy-shifting technique. It is not mere wishful thinking, nor is it just a visualization or affirmation. This will actively affect change in the collective conscious mind, each time you do it.
Place your attention on your spine, while you imagine you are connected to every individual mind on your street. Send your mind, your attention, outward – to your community, town, the whole state, nation, the planet. You are actually communicating with the energy field of humanity. Now, ask the collective mind to become aware of individual responsibility for healing the planet. You don’t need to know how this will work. Just make the request, letting go of the details for now. Ask this collective entity to create effective solutions, and to change unhealthy habits. And lastly, ask your higher self to support you in making the necessary lifestyle changes – easily and without resistance.
Making mental contact with your spine will input this “command” directly into your central nervous system, meridian system, chakras, the collective conscious, and the universal mind. This technique is based on Chinese Energetic Medicine.
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