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Creating Peace and Harmony in a Dystopian World

Some of us have been granted a beautiful gift, which we can use to help others. That is the gift of our voice, our presence and our freedom to stand for what we believe to be right. A gift to bring change and co-create a world of harmony and peace. A world that spreads love, not hate; joy, not anger. In this present climate, we are reminded to use our gifts.

The year 2020 has woken humanity from it’s deep slumber and induced the world into a state of deep unrest, reflection and desire for change. The New Year was rung in with a bang, a sound which has reverberated around the globe since, it’s vibration felt through our social system, our economic system, and humanity’s collective nervous system. 

A time of great change, whispered the seers. A time of raising our consciousness, a time of rebirth and signalling of better times ahead. Planetary alignments not seen nor felt since the mythological fall of Atlantis. A time of breaking down old structures, and rebuilding a cyclic and more feminine world, led once again by a sense of unity, solidarity and connection to Mother Earth. 

I do believe the events which are occurring around the globe are ushering in a great change. The frustration, anguish and pain felt by many has reached heights that can no longer be ignored. Pain, suffering and suppressed emotions must be released and healed. Deep rooted ancestral grief, acknowledged, expressed, searching for release and transmutation. 

Many of us have been deeply desiring change for a long time. Some express this desire through polling stations, bringing a shake up to political systems around the world. Some through art, some through movements, some through deep conversations, some through prayers, some through protest. 

Whatever the medium used to convey this deep desire for change, the goal is the same. A better world to live in. A world more centred around community, and not individuality. A world of equality, comradeship and acceptance of all of our brothers and sisters as equals, as valuable, as essential to the wellbeing of humanity as a whole.

What we cannot understand with the mind, we can feel with the heart. We may not have the articulation required to verbally express our thoughts at what is happening in America, and around the world. We may not have the understanding to articulate progressive strategies to invoke change for the better, for our brothers and sisters. However, each and every one of us has been affected by current events. Each and everyone of us feels pain, for those who are suffering, for those who feel there is no other way but to release their frustration on city streets, in a place they should feel at home in, but instead feel deep vulnerability. 

Each and every one of us knows deep down, that we must act and not remain silent. Therefore, let us ask for the strength to be the change that is to occur. We ask for the strength and wisdom to help manoeuvre the world into a new era. An era of peace and harmony. An era based on unconditional love for the life of each and every living being that we share this planet with. 

As human beings, we have been programmed to function systematically in a society which benefits few, at the cost of many. We have been educated to do, to memorise, but never to think. We have been programmed to accept information from authority as undeniable truth, to not question, but instead comply. We have been pressurised to accept a system, which we know, trains hamsters to trot along the wheel, not to cultivate deeper understanding, not to cultivate wisdom, not to cultivate collective growth and a rise in vibration and consciousness. We have been encouraged to pursue the material momentary comforts in place of a connection with our true selves and with the Earth.

But, as we awaken from our slumber, from our comfort zone, from past thought patterns and belief systems, there awakens within us a realisation. A sombre realisation, that how we have lived up until now was not optimal. Not only that, but it has in many ways prevented the access of basic human rights for some of our brothers and sisters. As we are all one, understand that what is happening to our most vulnerable is happening to all of us on varying levels of consciousness. We must unite and accept the understanding that we are as one, with all of humanity and with all of the earth. Today, and always, we stand with our brothers and sisters in America, members of the black community who are taking a stand to end discrimination and violence against their community. We are with you.

Some of us have been granted a beautiful gift, which we can use to help others. That is the gift of our voice, our presence and our freedom to stand for what we believe to be right. A gift to bring change and co-create a world of harmony and peace. A world that spreads love, not hate; joy, not anger. In this present climate, we are reminded to use our gifts. The gifts which allow us to help humanity, to support our brothers and sisters, and to help make this world a better place, for those around us, and for those yet to walk upon this earth.

 

Together, let us all learn to walk this earth in peace, with love in our hearts and joy in our step, hand in hand with one another, as friends, as family, as equals. 

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