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GUEST,daylia BS: For fun - Ten obscure facts about you (392* d) RE: BS: For fun - Ten obscure facts about you 05 Dec 02


JennyO, thanks for being a 'kindred spirit'. We ARE all connected! I see each of the different belief systems/religions as colours of the same rainbow, so to speak. To know and embrace each colour in it's uniqueness is to bring unity and beauty and healing to my world - both inside and outside myself. Whatever I create within myself ripples out to effect everything and everyone I touch ...

Sorry to hear about the bushfires in Australia. Positive energy is coming your way now ... I'll try visualizing rainclouds sending gentle healing waters over the area while I go out for my walk this morning.

Ever heard of the "Lost Mode of Prayer"? This takes 'prayer' one step further than the usual pleading for supernatural help, which always tends to reinforce feelings of powerlessness, for me anyway.

It's about imagining that what you are praying for - say world peace or an end to those fires - has ALREADY HAPPENED. What would that look like, feel like? Let your mind play with these images, and fill yourself with the emotions that those imaginings produce (joy, relief, gratitude, whatever). Your emotions are then empowering the thought-images you've created, making them physically 'real'. Know that this is so - our thoughts, empowered by emotion and directed by our will/intent, are what create all of our experiences, good or ill. We DO have the power to change our world however we choose! If we only learn to use that power effectively ... to create what we WANT instead of what we DON'T want ...

You can find out more about the "Lost Mode of Prayer" on Gregg Braden's website, if you like. Just search for 'gregg braden'. Most interesting stuff ...

Happy trails

daylia




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