Thursday January 23, 2003 at 11:57 AM
A "Peace Rally" and "Anti War Protest" are not the same thing. The science of creating requires careful conscious discernment be used in choosing our words, thoughts and our course of action.
Having an "anti war protest” does not make sense. We know that if we plant corn seeds, corn will grow. If we plant pea seeds, then peas will grow. If we plant "peace seeds," peace will grow. Why then do people who say that they want peace "fight", "struggle", and "protest" against war? What we resist persists. Struggling against war is a creation of war inside the protester. "As above, so below." "As within, so without." How can we expect the governments of the world to be peaceful when they represent us and we are not ready to ask for peace in a peaceful manor?
Thought creates reality. Collective thought creates collective reality. Think about the reality we have created. The history of our species is one of fear, judgment, anger, pain, jealousy and war. Einstein said that we can not fix a problem from the level of thinking that created it. If thought creates, and if we really want to change the future history of our species we have to think and act differently.
What we focus on will be created. Let's focus on peace, from the inside out. Let's focus on thinking in terms of the highest Truth we can find and living that truth. The Universal Law Of Attraction states that we will attract into our experience only that which we think about and focus on. If enough of us are awake and consciously thinking about and focusing on Peace, the leaders of the world will have to change. They represent us. If we use our individual and collective creative powers to blame them, then we are doomed to continue being lame. If we take responsibility and change our thoughts, emotions and actions we truly have the power / are the power of change on the planet.
There is somewhere close to 6 billion people on the planet. How many are now peaceful?
If all of the people, or even a significant number of them, were to become peaceful, there would eventually be a critical mass of conscious people. This critical mass would, as promised by the "Hundredth Monkey Syndrome" tip the scale from the fear-based system of the past to a new peace and love-based reality for our future. Who would fight the wars? Who would need to hoard and take the power, the money, and the oil? Who would be elected to replace the out of date warmongers? When enough people understand that we cannot survive on this planet unless we change our thinking, there will be a massive shift in our reality. The "glue" that will bring us all together is Unity consciousness. When we come to understand the Truth: that there is only one consciousness on the planet and that we are connected by that consciousness, we will all be free. This consciousness, of Unity, will end the pain, end the suffering, end the struggle, end the fear and end all war.
We are one. A Unity consciousness is the only option that makes sense. It is the only way that a "Peace rally" can ever have the desired effect.
I think that symptom relief is a waste of time. To me the most important objective of any "peace rally" is to solve the cause of war. The only way to solve the cause of war is to, individually and collectively, change our beliefs about who we are and why we are here. Even a little thought about our current beliefs in the light of the highest Truth will show us that we have been on the wrong track for a very long time. If our beliefs are not bringing us what we want, then we have the right and even the responsibility to change them. For the sake of the preservation of our species we must change.
It is time to stop saying, "No War!" and time to start saying, "Yes to Peace". Inside and out.