If you want peace in the world, bring peace to the world. Be the peace. If you want joy in the world, bring joy to the world. Be joy itself. If you want to bring a high vibration to the world, radiate a high vibration. Be that which you desire.
How is it possible that 8 billion members of a single species could all say they want the same thing — survival, safety, security, peace, prosperity, opportunity, happiness, and love — and be utterly unable to produce it…even after trying for thousands of years?
The past week has felt so sad and heavy. The energy feels thick with grief and despair. People are angry. They are, quite rightly, angry that being black still means you get treated differently to the point that a casual day out could cost you your life.
One of the blessings for me about Earth Day is that it is a designated time for people to work together with a powerful dedication to support this beautiful planet we are borrowing for our Earth-life experience.
Your essential identity is formless, is an all-pervasive Presence, of Being prior to all forms, all identifications. Your true identity is consciousness itself, rather than what consciousness had identified with.
We are involved in a process here. It is a process far more profound and far more complex—with present-moment choices and decisions having far more long-range implications—than most of us assume or seem to understand.
Peace, dear ones, is always there for you. It arises when you can accept life as it is, surrender to what is in front of you and inside you right in this moment, and know that within you lies the power to change direction in the very next.
TODAY - Monday, September 21, 2015 - is this year's International Day of Peace. This tradition, established in 1981 by the United Nations General Assembly, has become a focal point for spiritual groups around the world. Learn how you can join in - not just in a passive way in spirit - but as a Creator of Peace in an easy-to-follow technique
When the discussion of peace arises, usually it is referring to external peace. As humanity, we attack peace with war. How can we achieve peace when we always apply war or a form of war to it, i.e. “war on peace”?