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 – where all people are accepted just as they are – without judgment, prejudice, or biases aimed at them or that undermine their efforts.
I Want to Live in a World – where everyone on the Planet has the opportunity to become all that they can be.
I Want to Live in a World – where everyone feels empowered and in control of their own destinies.
I Want to Live in a World – where we are taught to be mindful enough that we avoid creating conflict, but when conflict arises that we deal with it respectfully.
I Want to Live in a World – where we are proud to say we live in a country where our people are happy, feel safe, have all they need to survive and thrive, and are empowered to become all they can be – Instead of being proud that our country is the richest or most powerful in the world, or because it has the strongest armies.
I Want to Live in a World – where we live by the basic lessons/messages in our religions, like unconditional love, sharing, and compassion, which unite us – Instead of focusing on the dogmas that separate us.
I Want to Live in a World – where we are taught to respect other religions and belief systems than our own. And respect those who adhere to no particular belief system.
I Want to Live in a World – where the politicians show respect for each other and discuss the issues and their different beliefs and approaches calmly.
I Want to Live in a World – where the politicians make choices based on what is good for their people, the world, and the Planet – not based on their own agendas.
I Want to Live in a World – where businesses are run honestly, efficiently, and fairly, and adopt practices whereby the good of the many outweigh the good of the few.
I Want to Live in a World – where we ensure fairness for all as we balance the benefits of democracy and the freedoms of entrepreneurship.
I Want to Live in a World – where we respect and care for our Planet.
I Want to Live in a World – where we believe that Gaia, our loving home, can be returned to her beautiful pristine original self – and work together towards that end.
I Want to Live in a World – where we value the importance of reconciliation efforts with people who we disregarded or abused in the past, like the Indigenous people, the mentally ill, the disabled, the poor, or any group society marginalized.
We must still acknowledge and do what we can when we see injustices of any kind – even if just KINDLY explaining to another that their words, attitudes, or behaviors are hurtful to another. Our main focus has to be on the solutions and what we want to see in the world – not on judging, blaming, ranting, or complaining about what is now happening.
And just like when attempting to shift our though-processes for our personal growth and we are encouraged to keep a written sheet of our proclamations handy, we can do the same when attempting to shift to more positive mind-talk regarding what we want to see in the world.
Next week, I will continue with this theme, but focus on how to shift from negative to positive thought-patterns.
© Rosemary McCarthy, from 2017, updated October 9, 2019
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