December 30, 2011 in Spirituality
As I looked closer at Steve’s NESARA story, I recognized I was struggling with it because I live in a world where we condition ourselves not to accept the possibilities of love, peace, and abundance. Sometimes this is obvious. Others times, it is subtle.
The following list contains messages that saturate our conversations, our media, and our society. Look closely and you will see an underlying message that limits potential.
- Science has all the answers. If science doesn’t prove it works, it won’t work.
- People who believe in UFOs are crazy.
- Anyone with more than ten thousand dollars is a criminal.
- Our world is deteriorating each day.
- War is the only path to peace.
- Our economy is a scarcity economy.
- Life is supposed to be a struggle.
- We must be independent to be mature.
- Work is unpleasant. It is a necessary evil we must do to make money.
- Spiritual experiences cannot be trusted.
We accept these thoughts, often without question. Therefore, when something good is presented to us that contradicts them, we dismiss it as wishful thinking or undocumented hope.
How would our world be different if, instead, we saturated our lives with these messages?
- Science does not seek to find all the answers because the financial and political interests of scientific study often prevent the discovery of truth. Our world contains truths that science has not yet proven and may not prove. This isn’t because those truths are not provable. It is because funding has not been allocated for that research. It is OK for us to make those discoveries outside of mainstream science.
- People who believe in UFOs base those beliefs on an experience. It is rational to accept that experience and explore it.
- Anyone with more than ten thousand dollars is a threat to the status quo. This is not criminal. In fact, these people may hold the key to all of us understanding and living within an abundance paradigm.
- Our world improves each day.
- Peace is the only path to peace. War brings more war.
- Our economy is an abundance economy.
- Life is supposed to be fun.
- We must build relationships to be mature. This requires understanding when to depend upon other people.
- Work is a joy. It is how we find fulfillment every day while providing products and services that are valuable to others.
- Spiritual experiences are how we expand our mind and increase our abilities.
It all starts with making a simple adjustment to our way of thinking. If we can make that adjustment, we can change the conditioning process to one that creates love, peace, and abundance.
I’ll write about that adjustment tomorrow.