The Energy of BEING Peaceful


I recently attended a class in which the comment was offered that “World Wars 1 and 2 happened because during that period of time ‘no one was dancing’. This caused me to reflect on a previous period in my life when I tried to understand the purpose of monks and monasteries during the Middle Ages and other turbulent times in history. I finally understood that their mere presence and their constant prayer provided a balancing of energy against the barbarianism of their times.

Man needs a balance for his seemingly innate aggression. During a seminar with Abraham Hicks – someone posed the question of “What is the purpose of animals?” Abraham answered that animals have two purposes – one, to balance the aggression of man, and 2, to provide food.

Are we dancing enough? Is there enough joy in our world to offset the evils? Is all of the current aggression simply mirrored and enlarged by worldwide coverage and repetition on television and on the internet? What do you think?

This blogger always returns to her invitation to balance the negative energy of the world for short periods during the day. At noon, where ever you are, just say these words “Peace be with you, and Peace be with the World.” Individually and collectively – I believe we can make a conscious difference.

Any thoughts????

About sdransom

I am a Peace lover. I dare to believe that a critical mass of peace lovers can create a phase transition causing a shift in world consciousness toward living in peace. We can all feel the undercurrent of the desire for peace on earth. It CAN happen. Join this movement. Share the posts. I am grateful for you!
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1 Response to The Energy of BEING Peaceful

  1. I just love the concept of saying, every day at Noon, “Peace be with you, and Peace be with the world.” I, too believe we can make a difference, if we each start vibrating in more positive, less hostile, and less aggressive manner, towards ourselves, and each other. Thanks for posting Sherry!

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