You know the idea of world peace must be illogical when its become a stereotypical answer in the beauty pageant circuit.
In the world of today, it wouldn't be a stretch to claim that anyone who truly hopes for world peace is not only kidding themselves, but is impeding their own ability to further develop mentally.
I could attest to this with the perceived nature of duality--without wars, we wouldn't know peace, and vice versa--but I would only be kidding myself.
Duality is a concept that only exists within the third dimensional realm that most humans exist within.
Despite other writings of mine which tend to fall more toward an existential viewpoint, there still lives an array of hope hidden deep within the haunted corridors of my mind.
We live in a paradoxical time, wherein we blindly put our trust in technological progress and advancements, while still holding onto holistic remedies and practices of antiquity.
Why do we still hold onto these ancient ways of life? Perhaps, it's something within each of us that is trying to warn of the dangers of technology.
Now don't get me wrong, I clearly use technology like everyone else. Its use has become mandatory in our society--which should tell you something.
Also, I do not subscribe to many popular practices and beliefs that fall under the label "New Age;" however, I know firsthand the benefits of what meditation can do,
as well as have seen and felt physical, yet invisible, vibrational waves of energy.
We live in a vast ocean of energy, where everything is made-up of vibrations, frequencies or waveforms.
We exist within a spiral galaxy, therefore everything within it revolves around the same pattern; the golden ratio; the Fibonacci sequence.
Humans are all forms of energy working and vibrating within the same frequency range that is visible to us, but there are many different forms of energy that are invisible to the human eye.
They exist all around us, and even occupy the same space. The entire electromagnetic spectrum of visible light, that we can see, actually represents only 0. 003 percent of all the energy in the universe.
Even the "physical" universe that we can detect using the senses makes up only 4 percent of it.
Now, pause for a minute to think about this...
That tells us that all physical existence we can see--in the form of plants, rocks, humans, animals, planets, stars, galaxies, etc.--is only a tiny fraction of what actually exists.
So, literally, at least 98 percent of "reality" is invisible to us.
To get to the point, energy is consciousness, or awareness. It cannot be created, nor destroyed. Energy also flows wherever the attention goes.
In other words, the more we place our focus on something, the more energy it receives. And the more energy it receives, the more it manifests into reality.
How does this tie-in with world peace?
During the Lebanon War in the '80s--a time of fear and turmoil--one thousand people meditated together in Jerusalem with the same intention of world peace.
During that period, war-related deaths dropped 75 percent, as well as crime rate and other violent happenings.
Our words and thoughts have more power than most people believe. Japanese pseudoscientist, Dr. Emoto, has proven this with his water crystal experiments.
By merely speaking to a glass of water or even just writing on the glass, using positive or negative words, he shows the power of our words.
When frozen, under a microscope, the water crystals given a "positive treatment" form beautiful, symmetrical patterns; whereas, the negatively treated crystals appear chaotic and formless.
At one point in time, human beings were telepathic and were not limited with only five senses. Throughout millennia, these abilities have been suppressed and forgotten.
These abilities still exist deep within us, in what's now referred to as "junk DNA." We are still able to manifest our reality by mere thoughts, and a little bit of action.
If world peace is what everyone wanted, then we would have it. But obviously there are people who do not want such a thing. Their livelihoods rely on war and conflict.
With what’s happening today, we don’t need a revolution of fighting. That’s how we got here in the first place. Rather, we need a revolution of perception, which is the only revolution that will change anything for the better.
Human society has been controlled and manipulated to herd humanity into a narcissistic, sociopathic mindset, with all these different labels that hide the fact that they’re all the same basic perceptual state.
What we call an “external” experience is only a reflection of the inner self.
What we call an “external” experience is only a reflection of the inner self. How do you change the ‘outer?’
What we call an “external” experience is only a reflection of the inner self. How do you change the ‘outer?’ You change the inner.
When the ‘outer’ is only a decided reflection of the inner, there is no other way.
When the ‘outer’ is only a decided reflection of the inner, there is no other way. As above, so below;
When the ‘outer’ is only a decided reflection of the inner, there is no other way. As above, so below; So within; so without—
When the ‘outer’ is only a decided reflection of the inner, there is no other way. As above, so below; So within; so without— a Universal law that is true of our individual lives and the world in general.
For example, if enough people hate, we must live in a reality based in the frequency of that hatred. What you fight, you become.
For example, if enough people hate, we must live in a reality based in the frequency of that hatred. What you fight, you become. It’s simple cause and effect.
What impact do you think a protest like that of today will have in terms of the reality this mindset will create?
Those targeted will reflect back their own contempt and resistance. Another day, another wave of protest and resistance. It’s like jogging in place, ultimately getting us nowhere.
Up the stakes to an all-out riot and the same happens but on an even more extreme level. (Martial Law, perhaps...?)
But what if a protest was done from an awareness of how reality actually works?
But what if a protest was done from an awareness of how reality actually works? What if we dropped the protesting altogether?
Unfair and unjust government and police actions create a resistance ‘against.’ To protest is to protest ‘against.’ Resistance to protest is to resist ‘against.’ The resistance is only the protest reflected back—keeping the cycle going.
This is why people like George Soros are so intent on maximizing protest. This cycle must be broken, which can only be done by looking at reality in a different way. If we want a peaceful world, we must all be of a loving mindset.
Yet, testosterone rages on, screaming, “Don’t give me that crap about love changes all! Let’s f***in’ rage!”
Yet, testosterone rages on, screaming, “Don’t give me that crap about love changes all! Let’s f***in’ rage!” What will this produce?
It would only create a reality founded on rage because the focus of the rage will reflect it back to create a cycle of endless rage.
It would only create a reality founded on rage because the focus of the rage will reflect it back to create a cycle of endless rage. Sounds great, testosterone. Well done.
Love breaks the cycle, taking away the power of any adversary, while rage further empowers them. “Everything is energy and that’s all there is to it. Match the frequency of the reality you want and you can’t help but get that reality.” —Einstein
When someone verbally attacks you, don’t reflect it back. That’s what they want. Rather, open your heart to them, taking away their power.
Those who don’t want world peace are the minority. This is why I believe we could have world peace.
If most of the world remembered or believed in our ability to manifest what we want, focusing on love for one another, world peace could be attained.