Some are laboring diligently to change the world in an attempt to correct what they think is wrong. The error in that reasoning is that we strengthen that which we oppose. The more we focus on a problem, the more we empower it. For example, when the media sensationalizes a situation, it promotes more of the same. Even though it is presented as opposition, they are still strengthening it because they are giving it energy. The same is true if we continually focus on a disease – we magnify it. In addition, the negative thoughts weaken our auric field and we become susceptible to other harmful things. If we don’t feed something, however, it grows weaker and weaker.
When we attempt to right a wrong, it divides because we have placed a judgment on it as not being in alignment with the divine will. This is separative thinking. However, if we acknowledge the wholeness of a circumstance or a person, it will uplift and heal. This is inclusive thinking. We cannot return to Source as long as we exclude anything.
This doesn’t mean we condone unworthy acts, but recognize instead, the innocence of all roles being acted out for our benefit. This helps us see that only light exists and we can drop the belief that there are places where the Infinite is not. It is in recognizing the dark as part of ourselves that we can embrace it within our hearts, and as we find ourselves returning to the oneness of the heart of Source, we take those that represent the dark with us.
Today we also would like to share a poem titled, “A Tribute to Almine” by Noor: