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I Want to Live in a World That …


We all want to feel loved and safe, and have all we need to survive - and to thrive. Everyone in the world should have the opportunities for these - to have access to their basic and general needs, and to be have access to paths to help them reach their potentials. And it is focusing on what we want (for ourselves, others, and the world), rather than what we don't want -  is what creates the energy flow towards positive changes, and keeps it moving forward. Focusing on what we don't want, what frustrates us, or make us angry blocks the flow to positive change. But today, in our ever-changing world where one day we are witness to love and compassion and are uplifted because we feel people and the world are finally moving towards being more loving, and the next day we see visions of brutality and war splashed all over the news we become disheartened. We may even give up on hoping for a better world. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This article/blog post is based in concepts from my books “Your Journey to Peace … “ About Book  here  and “Why We Are the Way We Are”  About Book  here (Book cover images below) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ We must NEVER give up hoping for a better world. Praying for better circumstances and a more loving and fair world and sending light and love to others and areas of the world that are suffering in our meditations are so very helpful. But so is CLAIMING the world we want to live in with the quality and intensity of our thoughts and words. CLAIMING what we want to see in the world as already manifest helps change any prevailing focus we may hold that is pessimistic, to optimistic. It keeps the message we send to the Universe clean and clear. And keeps hope alive in us. To ensure our desires come about, our being must hold the prevailing inner-belief that what we want IS POSSIBLE. Hopefulness must run in our veins. Thought-patterns that support the belief of not having, rather than of having reduces the possibility of them coming about. Here are a few examples of how we might PROCLAIM the world we want to see. Feel free to add your own, ignore some, or tweak aspects of any to more closely resemble your concerns about the world. Say them to your self, or out loud. Just say them firmly and mean them! I Want to Live in a World – where we all feel safe and have all we need to survive. I Want to Live in a World – where we extend respect and the qualities of love to each other. I Want to Live in a World – that promotes hope and optimism. I Want to Live in a World - where everyone is treated fairly - no matter their sex, race, creed, social standing, sexual orientation (add in others if you want). I Want to Live in a World – that promotes compassion towards everyone. [...]

I Want to Live in a World That …2019-10-09T20:35:38+00:00

Our LIfe Matrix – Part 1 / 3


Just like the cosmos is built on a matrix that is fluid, ever-changing, and affected by internal and outside forces, so are we. What we think, say, do, our attitudes, and our perceptions about ourselves, others, and the world around us create an invisible web of interconnection with whatever or whoever we come into contact with. I call this our Life Matrix. Our Life Matrix is the lens by which we see life. It dictates how we navigate the world. And therefor how life shows up for us. What we think, do, our attitudes, and our perceptions and beliefs about ourselves, others, and the world around us stem from our inherent personalities, filtered through past and current influences: familial, generational, cultural, and social. How we view the world or navigate life can be based in perceptions and beliefs we hold can be based on truths, or they can be false and based on Unconscious Influences* we unknowingly hold. *(definition below). The tendency to allow false perceptions to be created has its roots in Humanity’s past, which we perpetrated without knowing we were doing so. All of our conscious and Unconscious Influences work together like threads in a patchwork quilt that link the interweaving patterns of how we deal with life—like a matrix that overlays our lives. I call this our Life Matrix. Our Life Matrix: Is the lens through which we see and navigate the world. Fueled by our heart beliefs, which come from our conscious and Unconscious Influences, our Life Matrix holds all of our underlying perceptions and misperceptions. It supports what we think we need to be and what we think we need to do to be happy, fulfilled, empowered, and to have harmonious relationships. It upholds all of our perceptions—whether they are real or false. Our Life Matrix can be positive or negative, and brings about experiences that reflect what it holds. This article is based on my writings. See below for information on my 2 books. We usually develop a dominant Life Matrix, but since living is an organic ebb and flow of thoughts and emotions, we may vacillate between the positive and negative influences of both forces. If something causes us to react out of character, our heart beliefs cause us to quickly revert to our normal attitudes. Our Life Matrix will predispose us to deal with life, others, issues, and situations calmly, passively, or by reacting aggressively. *Our Unconscious Influences: Our thoughts, attitudes, beliefs, and ideas based on past emotional impressions that we unconsciously constructed or appropriated from others, or from past situations. These may have created true positive perceptions about ourselves, others, situations, or the world around us. Or, they may have created negative false misperceptions that have us see ourselves and others through false lenses of separation and division. In next week's post I will more fully discuss the qualities of the Positive and Negative Life Matrix, how they affect our life and our relationships, and explain how even small shifts in [...]

Our LIfe Matrix – Part 1 / 32019-11-01T18:22:00+00:00

Cap Finds a New Boy


“CAP FINDS A NEW BOY" (DELIVERY IS SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE) Is a Beautifully Illustrated Book for Ages 3 to  7 (DELIVERY IS SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE) It is about “Cap” a red baseball cap who loses his boy, and the trials and tribulations he goes through until he finds another boy. The story is told from Cap’s perspective. He can see and hear everything that is going on, and he has feelings — just like us. See below for video and images - with text from the book. (Online Sales are Currently Unavailable - see below for list of Montreal West Island stores selling the book**) $8.99 CDN +5% tax + SHIPPING ($4. for 1st book +$2. each subsequent book. Receive within 2 weeks (- Ships to Canada and USA only). BUY HERE See Below for West Island of Montreal locations to Purchase Book - **as well as  its Red Ball Caps and T-Shirts) https://youtu.be/5N-QITl9V6g (See More Images and Quotes below of  Some of Cap’s adventure )   ---------------- (NOW AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE  IN 3 West Island of Montreal STORES - FOR $12.99 (no shipping to pay). 1)Clio Bookstore; 245 Plaza Pointe Claire, Pointe Claire. H9R 3J1. (Has "Caps" to Buy Also) 2) Babar Bookstore. 46 avenue ste Anne, Pointe Claire. H9S 4P8 My contact: rosemary@spiritedfawnpublications.com ---------------- 8.25 x 10.75 in. Softcover / 36 pages, with many Beautiful Watercolor Illustrations Author: Rosemary McCarthy; Illustrator: Andrea Bateman -------------- The story starts with Cap having just blown off Brad’s head, from out of the car window.  Brad doesn’t come back to get him.  Cap spends a rainy night on a street corner where he feels lonely and dejected – and he is SOOOO scared! Cap wonders, “What will happen to me now?                      CAP READ ON TO SEE WHAT HAPPENS TO ME A BIT LATER I SURE DO HAVE SOME SCARY TIMES   REMEMBERING THE GOOD TIME I HAD WITH BRAD HELPS ME NOT TO BE AFRAID   I SURE  HOPE YOU RETURN HERE OFTEN ... AS I WILL REGULARLY BE SHOWING MORE PICTURES OF MY STORY HERE            Bye for now, CAP   https://youtu.be/5N-QITl9V6g

Cap Finds a New Boy2021-12-17T23:46:53+00:00


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