DOING WHAT YOU LOVE: CAN IT SAVE THE PLANET?


If you read yesterday’s post about how you can control disasters affecting the earth and its billions of people, you might wonder about the easiest way of all to achieve coherence.

Emotional and mental health and coherence are vital to our ability to affect the electo-magnetic field surrounding the earth and thus affect the outcomes of weather and other earth changes. This is discussed widely in Gregg Braden’s book “Fractal Time” (Hay House publishers 2009.)

There are different ways to achieve that level of coherence within ourselves; we can train ourselves through use of HeartMath’s emWave machine, or we can train with Transcendental Meditation (TM) to meditate deeply and coherently or perhaps through other forms of training.

But the easiest way is to enter that coveted space, The Zone. What is The Zone? It’s the place you go into when you are doing what you most love. It’s where you are when you are working on a piece of art, deeply focused and in an altered state of peace. Or writing something requiring focus and profound interest. Or spending time with a newborn baby. Or snogging in a quiet place with someone you adore. Yes, didn’t know you were helping the planet having sex, did you??

Perhaps a neurosurgeon experiences The Zone when working on the delicate tissues of the human brain to repair the damage of a speeding bullet. In a state of absolute, unbroken Attention.

A mental/emotional space where nothing else intrudes; total focus and profound enjoyment are being experienced.

So what is the price the planet pays when we spend forty years of our lives doing jobs we hate? Going to a place of work that fills us with daily misery, commuting for weary hours, perhaps, to get there, what does that do to the electromagnetic field around the earth?

Does this really affect our beloved world? The answer has got to be YES. Believe it or not…if we are in a wretched state of non-coherence in our hearts and minds all day, every day, we absolutely affect the health and well being of our home planet.

 This alters our level of responsibility to everything. We are responsible to see that our families are cared for and fed. We are also, at the same time, responsible to our Earth and her heart and mind. And thus, responsible to everyone living here with us.

Although we may not be able to walk into our boss’s office and say “Did I ever thank you for giving me this great job I love,” or perhaps the opposite, “I quit”, we can start to think about our future either way. If we are yearning to leave, but can’t, because our families need that next paycheck for the next twelve months or more, we can begin now to take steps to change our situation, our location, our line of work, and so on. We can take a look at what our local college offers in night school classes, correspondence courses we can take, workshops we can attend, new businesses we may start, and we can took at ways to get funding to launch our dream life off the ground.

Not for selfish reasons; not for self-indulgent reasons. But for the best reason of all: the survival of the human species and the survival of the planet.

We must act now. Act today. Begin to change something that creates non-coherence and misery in your life. Start to take some baby steps today. Set your goal. Sit down and talk about all this with your spouse and your children.

Don’t wait. Act now.






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Blogging is not only a pleasure, it is a basic necessity...I don't know how I have lived so much of my life without a blog. It gives me a place to write, a motivation to write, lots of reasons for reading lots of mind-expanding and challenging books, plenty to think about and be happy about. It has become a centerpiece of my retirement life along with my friends and pets, my faith and my afterlife journeys.
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