posted 16 May, 2018 (Thursday, 10 May, 2018) - Dana Mrkich
Lately, it seems like almost everyone is going through some sort of crisis or major life change, or supporting someone going through these things. As challenging as this is, these situations are helping to put life into perspective.
Many people will choose Jan 7 (which is also the Orthodox Christmas in the old calendar) to set their intentions for the year ahead, start new health and fitness routines, feel an urge to change jobs or geographical locations or change something around the home.
Last week I featured a guest post on my blog, which created a storm of differing opinions. Here's what I know for sure: we cannot force anyone to change or grow, nor should we. Nor can anyone force us to change or grow!
If we want peace on the entire planet, then each country must be in a state of peace. For each country to be in a state of peace, each community in that country must be living peacefully, in harmony with each other. For a peaceful community, each family within that community must be at peace among themselves.
Our reality isn’t just about what is happening in front of us – it’s also defined by the way we feel about what we see, and by the way we perceive what is happening. Our perception, in most cases, plays a huge role in creating our reality – for better or worse.
If we could look out into the cosmos right now through eyes that perceive higher frequency energy, we would see huge tsunami-like waves rolling toward Earth, immersing our planet and all on her. We don’t need super-human eyes to tell us this is happening – we can feel it.