When fear rules the world we see the worst in humanity. In looking to defend and protect ourselves we shut down, close ranks and often believe in the supremacy of a race or religion. We attack. First with our words and sometimes when words don’t achieve the desired outcome attack can take the form of violence. We saw this with Hitler when he rose to power in Germany. We hear of this regularly when we see the devastation and pain that radical terrorist groups leave in their wake. And now the land of the great, through their choice of president, has confirmed that they are now one of the most fearful nations in the world.
In his book Power vs Force the late Dr David Hawkins, a renowned scientist who measured the energy vibration of just about everything, stated that the world’s population predominantly vibrated in the field of fear, and that there were 12 people alive in the world at that time (the nineties) who were keeping the energy vibration above the level of fear. I suspect that at least four of those people, and possibly more, have since passed over.
So where does that leave us? If you believe in the predictions of Nostradamus, we are not in a good place, but we always have the power to change ourselves and the world around us.
We do this by raising our individual energy field by being courageous. Being mindful of how we respond on a daily basis. Being a centre of peace in a chaotic world by going within regularly. By focusing on happiness and the peaceful world we want to create, not what we want to change. And most importantly we do this by doing what we feel called to do.
The world isn’t changed by just one person, the greatest impact comes from the millions of individuals who collectively use their energy to commit to freedom and happiness. We do it by supporting, loving and caring for one another.
I am so grateful that I have committed to being an accepting person because it would be so easy to get caught up in fear right now. Accepting means that I accept what is, while working towards creating something meaningful.
Who knows what this event may motivate one person to do. Who knows how many people who have been stuck in their own fear and self doubt will put their fears aside to make a meaningful contribution.
You may think I am just one person but you are one person who counts. Let’s join together and not allow history to repeat itself. Let’s use this event as an opportunity to grow to our full potential and work collectively to create a better world.