We are all part of the collective consciousness and as such, every thought and action we take effects everyone. It is important to realize that we have an impact on everything and everyone in this world through our thoughts and actions.
Our mind and ego will look outwardly to place blame for our difficulties. While it is easier to point fingers at those people or that thing as the problem, the truth is our difficulties have nothing to do with external circumstances. Until we understand this and are willing to act on this truthful insight, we will continue to suffer.
How do we expect to live in a peaceful world when we are not peaceful? How can we expect to live in a loving world when we are still judging others and expressing anger towards those that we say we love? When we can take one-hundred percent responsibility for our own thoughts, words and actions without placing blame outwardly towards someone else, then we can begin to create the world we all wish to have.
If million man marches would bring peace, we would have it. If prayer alone would bring peace, we would have it. It is time to take responsibility for our own thoughts, words and actions. Once we begin to bring mindfulness and awareness inwardly, we can begin to clear the collective consciousness. Without bringing mindfulness in to our lives, we cannot develop awareness and without awareness, we are destined to repeat the actions and behaviors that created all of our problems.
“You can live a lifetime and, at the end of it, know more about other people than you know about yourself.”
– Beryl Markham
What are you willing to do today to start bringing mindfulness into your life? Even if you feel happy in your life, is there something more you can do to help the collective? Are you willing to go deeper and receive the soulful guidance that awaits you? Only you can answer these questions and only you can take the next step. Know that once you do all the support and guidance you need will be available to you.
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