A couple of days ago in a conversation with Jesus he suggested I envision the perfect outcome… the perfect future for something. Here are his words: “ …we have a request. It is to see the way through it all to a rosy and light filled future. To see past the darkness, past the difficulty, past the disharmony to the future beyond and within those times. If you were to hold your sites on the far reaches of the future, or a completely transformed populace it would be wise and encouraging. For now there is nothing more to say except this future is coming and is now upon us. It is here as we speak with you. It is not far away, it is now, amongst you and your friends, amongst the children of the world it is here, in pockets it is here. And what might occur in your dream world is to foresee its manifestation in the physical reality: in the adult world of humanity. Hold your dreams and your visions thus. Do diksha ( a Light Blessing) upon the Earth and as you do, pray for the people of the world as the Pope encouraged (in the movie Before The Flood) , do all these things, but the most important is to visualize the way it should, might be, the way it is, the way of love and perfection. This means to fill the furthest reaches of reality with thoughts of union and harmony, of community and of cooperation, of generosity, of willingness, of human resignation to fulfill the highest possibility not the lowest or the hardest. Bring the heart space of the human family to Light. Bring the willing face of God to the people. Allow the whole of the human family to be participants. Bless them all. See the highest in them all. Observe their acts of generosity and be praised and praise them all. Allow this to be the world you create, the world you live in, the world you love. That is all Namaste we are one. And so it is.”
So I decided to take it on as a practice, to envision 10 things I wish for the world as a way to give back to life. I invite you to join me. The first night I envisioned 10 things I wanted to see more of in the world. I envisioned resolving a disagreement at home feeling open and grateful, I envisioned rushing to open a door for the UPS man with all his holiday packages on an loaded dolly, and I envisioned creating a network of people willing to house refugees or people in need from their community, I envisioned children walking into school on the first day observing a child who was feeling out of place, and going over and taking their hand to walk the child in, I saw people waving cars into the lane in front of them on busy thoroughfares, I saw the President of the United States saying: “there is nothing more important than that we create a comprehensive solution to address global warming”, (I watched Before The Flood recently) I envision people all over the world drinking delicious water and breathing clean air, I envision Africa having rain and sunshine in harmonious amounts for the people and the land. I envision the feeling of gratitude pervading the world and being felt by the Earth, I imagined someone stopping traffic to let a mother duck and her babies to cross a busy road…(my sister did that), I envision a boy shoveling snow for an elderly neighbor. You get the picture? Envision things big and small that create a world of caring, kindness, health, sustainability and beauty.
At first it was surprisingly hard, it was like I had to stretch my mind muscle to think of the world in its perfection. If you take this on as a practice you will undoubtedly find that you have known this perfect world that you envision! Even that the perfect world exists already, even now! It’s kind of cool, to notice how we have the world right here in our hands, in this precious moment, and we can love it, share the love with others and make it through difficult times individually and as a culture by envisioning what we DO want and not empowering what we don’t want. It is easy to let our past reactive patterns be what we operate from in relationships, losing site of the love we feel. And at another level it’s also easy to let the media, and Hollywood tell us what kind of world we live in. But it isn’t actually true- the recent presidential election is an interesting example of the media’s complete failure to see what was in some people’s hearts and minds!
One thing that is quite empowering is to remember that this entire world exists within us… and so that we are not just some small pin on the great cog wheel of life, but that we are also simultaneously “all and everything”. It is from the seat and perspective of “all and everything” that our perfect world is more evident to us as individuals. Even when we envision something we may not have a choice as to what actually occurs, but the great cog wheel or the Field of Life, may actually choose to manifest what we envision- if it is for the good of the Whole, and if enough of us are seeing similar visions. Our part in the creation is to respond to life in an appropriate and timely fashion, and let the results be what they may. And it seems logical to me that we are being asked what we want, in an a subtle way with every interaction and experience in life. It makes me think of that often quoted phrase “be the change you wish to see in the world.”
It’s funny to me that I write books and kind of forget about them. I realized that Being The Miracle Of Love, is a book about the coming Golden Age on Earth, and its conversations with Jesus that guide us to what that Golden Age might be like. Perhaps you can use it to get some ideas.
So I will end with an invitation to visualize the world you want to live in. Envision 10 things you wish for the world. Create the perfect world don’t fix the broken (because that further empowers imperfection.) Take it on as a practice for yourself, and as a way to give back to life. Every day… put in your order at the Universal Diner, call in the Angels, your Guides, Jesus and the Beings of Light! Share your creations in the space below, so we all can get ideas and empower them further. Kind of like a Golden Age chain letter! Please share this and pass it on!