Dystopia – Dictionary.com defines it as follows.
An imagined state or society in which there is great suffering or injustice, typically one that is totalitarian or post-apocalyptic.
I’m going to make a statement that might shock some of you. There are two things – and only two things – completely out of our control in the world as we understand it. We are born and we die. Every single thing in between is fungible.
Individually and collectively, our thinking literally creates our world. We’ve probably covered this principle half a dozen times in our 200 plus days together thus far. Projecting dystopian ideas into the mass consciousness through media, religious books, or any other means is literally helping to create that world.
The more we focus on it, the more likely we are to make it all come true.
This video is in response to a couple of recent comments on my Anunnaki Awakening Facebook page. We must understand the power of our thoughts and use them in ways that move us forward positively.
Love you ALL! Hold out for and demand our best possible future.
Yeah. I’m a Trekkie from way back. Could not resist the Star Trek reference here. I don’t know what you’ve been through in life. You may have had a relatively easy life or you may have had horrific things happen to you.
Here’s what I do know. You can’t go through life with your shields up all the time. Even though you may feel like you’ve been taken advantage of, and most of us have been at one time or another, you have to figure out a way to be open and to trust.
I’m not saying it’s easy. It is necessary. The fact is you need other people to pursue anything meaningful in this world. Having sky-high barriers that are like those signs on a Disney ride – “Go back while you still can” – pushes people away.
Bonds, partnership, and collaboration are needed for you to push your goals and dreams to the limit.
“OK, Ray. I may agree with you, but people have been awful to me in the past. How do I open up without being harmed again?”
Power hack: There’s no fool-proof way to avoid harm. We live in a world filled with risk and reward and a lot of each in the other. Here are some practical steps you can take to drop your shields without leaving yourself vulnerable to attack.
The bottom line is it’s not productive to cruise the galaxy of life with your shields constantly up. You’ll miss amazing opportunities and relationships. Just be true to who you are, give other people a fair chance, and cut your losses when that’s what needs to be done. Have boundaries not walls and you’ll do great.
I think each and every one of you is amazing and I thank you for stopping by and reading this today. If this struck a nerve, please leave a comment below. If you know someone who needs to hear this, please share it.
I was watching an Abraham Hicks video yesterday and it reminded me of a basic and important principle. What you focus on expands. There are a million quotes out there from teachers and saints concurring with this idea.
You’ve noticed this principle at play, even by accident. You buy a car and suddenly you see them everywhere when you didn’t before.
There’s a great quote in the linked video that I want to share.
“You can’t talk about why the drought is unpleasant and attract the rain. You can’t talk about what’s missing and allow what’s missing to be fulfilled.”
It’s a very eloquent way of talking about this principle. When you get in complaining mode (raising my hand), you are less able to manifest what you DO want in your life. When you focus on the negative or what’s going wrong, by definition, that’s what expands. On the other hand, focus on what you want and you see more of that.
The universe is not a giant ATM, but it does give you experiences that match your energy. Ask and you shall receive. Seek and you shall find. Knock and the door will be opened for you.
When you focus on the negative you’re inviting your conscious mind to identify more negative. Keep your energy focused on attracting what you seek and watch that expand like your new Prius at the stop light.
All my best for an amazing Saturday, my friends!