Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Change occurs most easily, the more minds are involved.

Items such as the Giffords shooting have caused a large spiritual change in the country, even if it is not yet fully visible. We are more determined to have a country in which such things do not happen, and/or are understood/healed/prevented before a problem may occur.

We can grow from everyone carrying Hope (we did for two years) and now, back for some polarity swings and the associated determination to do better, to be better, to paraphrase the wonderful words of Gifford's husband.

Trouble brings out our compassion and opens our hearts. Makes us determine to be better, to live better, to seek a way to live more in line with the positive.

Monday, January 17, 2011

Welcome to the cleansing of the deep deepies.

Self-destruction now becomes the logical result of those thoughts and energies. Self-hate now produces self-consumption. Fear begins to ping itself, regardless of external input. Broken faith begins to become a deal-breaker. That which a thing is, increases.

Those with choices to make on such matters should get to it, and to request spirit assistance and willingness (with grace and ease, of course). Often simply admitting such feelings will result in their release, or the beginning of their release.

As always, the most important thing you can have is a relationship with God, or one of the Great Avatars and God through that. This is most especially true if you are beginning to fall through the cracks.

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Positive change occurs

Positive change occurs as quickly as it takes for great numbers of people to choose it. Sometimes it requires a bad example or two for such to occur, but it -is- happening. I see media eventually changing into something that can convey true human interest subjects and tales of overcoming and becoming better, of finding and maintaining better ways to live.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Effects of the Arizona shootings

Prayer and healing to all involved in the tragedy.

Her husband said, "We're better than this. We must do better."

Sadly, sometimes it takes tragedy for those effected to choose a better way. Hindsight is easy, but this tragedy has gripped the nation more than such things usually do. The depth of compassion displayed and the depth of disgust of the right wing hate-mongers tells all. If you are watching the trends, this is part of the overall change towards a higher way of living, of concern with "how to live" itself. We are tired of the negativity and of the barely-concealed selfish, destructive desires of the money'd/right wing. This is how it begins to move into something better, through enough people firmly saying "NO". We lost a chance for this in the October 2010 elections, but more will occur, sometimes sadly as this. The issue is getting enough of us to really say "NO" to outmoded issues and to say "YES" to something better.

Again, prayers and healing to all involved and effected by this horrible event. My complete apologies if I am out of line in utilizing it to make a point about the overall positive direction...because that is half of the intent of this blog. Peace.