Had enough bad news? Open for a shift.
I have to tell you something: Sometimes I feel like a lot of people are just walking talking soap operas. I call them “soapo erectus.” Nothing much seems to matter to these people except their own little universe wherein Justin Beiber, J. Lo, and Twilight are at the top of their “to do” list.
They’re all wrapped up in their own personal feelings and emotional baggage – mostly oblivious to the big picture of all the rest of the bad things in this world like radiation fallout from Fukushima and the grossly polluted sea fare from the Gulf of Mexico.
You know. Every day, I get a long list of bad things that are happening in the world from these activist groups. These are bad things being done by politicians, big pharma, biotech industries, ad infinitum. The list goes on.
Let’s face it. Most of the bad things we must deal within this world are caused by bad people. But there is salvation. Fortunately, we live on only one small planet. We are but a mere “dot” within the vastness of an infinite universe, which I consider, mostly good.
What does this mean?
It means we need to find balance within ourselves by focusing on “the good.” Since we’re all part of the same universe – this MUST mean that, as human beings, we are also mostly good.
Do you ever just wish you could turn off all the “bad” news for a while and relax into something that lifts your spirits and eases your mind?
These days it can feel nearly impossible to maintain a compassionate attitude and a sense of hope in the midst of the struggles and challenges we face. Yet, as spiritually minded people, we know how important it is to feel good on the inside if we want to create good on the outside.
If you’re like me, you may already engage in positive practices – prayer, meditation, exercise, healthy foods, gratitude, inspirational reading. They all help, but wouldn’t it be great if you could give yourself a little “good vibration re-boot” by simply settling into your favorite chair, gathering loved ones around and pressing “Play?”
I’m happy to say it is possible!
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