Thursday, December 1, 2011

Think better

Posted on Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 4:00 AM

I’d like to offer my two cents about what each and every one of us can do to improve life on Mother Earth.

Our Western culture has taught us that thoughts don’t matter. If each one of us goes around each day carrying anger and resentment, the Western belief is that it has no direct effect on the world. As long as we refrain from overtly violent actions, the belief is that no harm will be done to others. But in view of the present evidence, this can no longer be maintained. We are truly tied to one another and even our thoughts affect one another.

James Twyman has led several worldwide synchronized group prayers for peace. Those prayers had measurable effects and even altered the physics of the quantum background and the level of chaos worldwide for a time, as was discovered in the Global Consciousness Project.

Twyman says that conflict in the world today is the result of conflict within us. Wars have raged in the world since the beginning of time because we are not ready to deal with the conflict where it really is.

Rather than waiting for someone else, like the government, to fix our problems, here’s something we can all do—and it’s free!

Turn off your TV and stop buying into the fear. Think about what kind of future you want and get busy creating it.

Ann Maechtlen


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