These 6 Things Will Help You To Be A Happy Blogger

Renard shows bloggers how easy it is for them to become happy bloggers.

These 6 Things Will Help You To Be A Happy Blogger

Remembering Who We Truly Are is the Cure

People say our divides are too wide and our differences too much.

Sorry, but I have to call BS on that. If we focus the surface – the masks, roles, and containers – then those people are right.

When we go a layer deeper and remember these forms that seem to separate us are all made of star dust, we begin to see the commonality and unity.

When we go one more step – beyond the material – to the level of consciousness, we smack our foreheads and say, “What was I thinking? Now I remember.”

We remember that we are conscious beings all and call connected to the cosmic consciousness that is our true root system. We remember that we are here playing these games in time and space for the growth, the experience, and the fun.

But, some might counter, “That’s nice but how does it solve inequality, injustice, and suffering?”

To that I reply, no one who has truly understood the truth about who we all are – every one of us – will ever permit any of those ills to be visited upon themselves or anyone else.

Forgetting, separation and the fear they cause are the real problem. Remembering, unification and the love they evoke are the solution.

Ray

Everything Happens for a Reason

“Everything happens for a reason.” I’ll bet most of us have uttered that phrase a few hundred times in our lives.

Often it’s in a moment when something happens that doesn’t make sense or seems unfair. It’s a way to buoy your spirit in a tough moment.

I wonder, though. Do you really believe it? Do you believe EVERYTHING happens for a reason? That would mean that literally nothing happens without a reason and literally everything serves a purpose.

It’s a challenging belief to hold in the face of tragedy and injustice, but it’s also a transcendently powerful belief. Hers why.

If you believe it, then this moment, whatever it is has a purpose. Your life and all your experiences have a purpose. The same is true for every other person and living being around you.

Life has a purpose. The spin of the solar system and the galaxy has a purpose. The universe itself and whatever lies beyond has a purpose.

Their are no accidents, missteps, or mistakes. Everything, despite how it seems, plays a role in the utter perfection and perfect timing of everything else.

For we mere mortals, stuck in the push and pull of time and space, it takes profound wisdom to see the perfection of the big picture. That’s especially true when that perfection means challenge and heartache for us.

Yet, the big perfection requires us all to sacrifice a little for its achievement.

So, the next time you use that phrase, consider the power behind those words and strive to see the bigger perfection beyond this self and this moment.

Wherever you are on your journey today, you are awesome!

Ray

Affirmations for the Human Future

AFFIRMATIONS FOR THE HUMAN FUTURE

Get ready for a 5-minute ride out of this crazy present into an aspirational and affirmational future world for humans.

Humanity is an underrated species. We have limitless potential, but we have to start seeing a bigger picture than the one we’re being handed in our popular culture today.

The video is set to relaxing, spacey music that takes you for the ride. The affirmations speak to our highest aspirations for a future humanity that has moved beyond earth and the challenges that keep getting us stuck in the present.

Wherever you are on your journey today, you are awesome!

Ray

Thursday Morning Affirmations for July 22, 2021

Good morning, my friends. May you enjoy a peaceful and prosperous day this day.

These affirmations simply bubbled into my consciousness this morning. So, I’m sharing them with all of you.

Wherever you are on your journey today, know that you are awesome!

Ray

When fear wins, I lose. I am doubling down on love.
I have a vision for my life and I stick to it.
I forgive my enemies under the same criteria I forgive my friends.