My Favorite Inspiring Quotes
Dreams are powerful. Robert Fritz describes this power as structural tension, pulling you like a stretched rubber band between your perception of current reality toward your vision. Like an artist is inspired and energized to create the envisioned picture. This is the basis of intention that works, almost irrespective of the state of mind of the creator... Van Gogh's mental illness didn't prevent him repeatedly manifesting his vision in reality.
We need a guide in this, and it's readily available. As Robert Holden says, "Dedicate yourself to love. Decide to let love be your intention, your purpose, and your point. And then let love inspire you, support you, and guide you in every other dedication you make thereafter."
When we set an intention to change and grow, we begin a journey in which we move from coping, to learning, and finally to the mastery of living.
Therefore we create our reality, and the more of us do so together and actively, the more real that creation becomes. So by raising our consciousness together, we can literally change the world we live in. See the Love is All You Need
program at Trans4mind that we can all freely participate in.
It's when we maintain and nurture these ideals within ourselves along with others that we can be better human beings and co-create a kinder, more loving world. Doing so individually and collectively will counterbalance and ultimately surpass the darkness that exists in the world.
Already many have begun this work, gathering together to send love and healing energy to the Earth and its people.
Here’s some further reading on this theme...
Learned Pessimism or Intentional Optimism ~ by Philip Herbert
We inevitably become, and our lives reflect, what we think about all day long. A while back, the Apostle Paul put it this way: "Finally... whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable--if anything is excellent or praiseworthy--think about such things." (Phil. 4:8) Seems like pretty good advice! Continues