Everyday seems to contain a new story that breaks the possibility of the depths that people will sink to.
I’m not going to list them. That will just reinforce my experience of them. I’m out to change my experience of them.
From violence to peace. From fear to love. From hatred to compassion.
I’ve decided that I will only allow in those things that I want. That means news, that means stories. I’m only open to the vibration of what I want.
I’m getting better at it.
This is how it works. An event happens. It’s reported across all the media channels across the globe. We consume it, it surrounds us.
We worry. ‘That’s terrible,’ we say.
We send out vibrations of that experience and more of it resonates and begins happening. On a global scale we can attract the vibrations of some serious shit.
Good news is, we can also attract some vibrations of some awesome good.
Good is what we want. It’s not a judgement, it’s just what we want. Actually, it’s what you want, what each of us wants.
I said attract and I mean it.
Think about it. What consumes you each day? What are you surrounded by? Stories of things getting worse?
It’s just temporary. Don’t think that because you’ve had a lifetime of bringing what you don’t want that you have to stick with it. It’s just an indicator.
Now you can change it. Allow only what you want into your thoughts and into your experience.
I would even go one stop further. I had an idea, one of those ideas that fills me with hope.
I want us to turn off the news. I want us to globally agree to take a day off from reporting and observing what is. When we catalogue what is, we get more what is.
Instead we turn off the news. We can make it a global holiday. A day away from generating vibrations of what we don’t want. Because not everyone knows how to do it.
We turn off the news, let the journalists spend some time with their families or their hobbies.
We breath in the relief of no new atrocities. We don’t experience them, they are not there.
And then the next day we fill the newspapers of stories that nothing went wrong.
Repeat until we get better at it.