Tuesday, January 1, 2008

New Year's Thoughts

Embracing and holding the thought of energetically calling for the release of the acceleration of the energies that nourish and spark personal transformation.

I believe that this is a key to healing and improving things, all over.

This is the primary thought I held as I welcomed in the New Year. My wife, who is an expert at positive prayer said ; “Every powerful emotion is a prayer “. The thoughts we hold that we hold with powerful conviction are the ones that usually get implemented.
What higher prayer can there be than to know the truth? Truth is the powerful medicine our country needs right now more than any policies, or politician.
We are all doing our parts to bring this about in the 9/11 Truth Movement. Our movement is vital to this nation and the globe because it is about acknowledging the basis for all healthy action. We can see the result of actions that are based on untruths: invaded countries, slaughtered citizenry, a trampled Constitution, torture and general despair. We have an important answer to these problems.

In Valmiki’s Ramayana, the hero, Ram, is beset with seemingly insurmountable obstacles. He must defeat a powerful demon enemy, Ravana, who can be destroyed by neither gods nor man. Ravana’s armies have spread over the kingdom bringing misery and death to thousands. In advancing over this and numerous other obstacles, Ram finds help in the form of many but especially in his adversary’s brother, a demon called Vibhishana. Vibhishana is able to make the leap out of his devotion to family and empire to see the worthiness of Ram’s cause. He makes the difficult transformation needed to help secure Ram’s victory.

By placing our already powerful desire for truth first in our lives, we are setting up the conditions that enable its manifestation. By passionately desiring those things that bring about personal transformation we are welcoming truth tellers from the side that planned and executed the attacks of September 11, 2001.

Ram was able to defeat Ravana because finally, Ram was neither god nor man but both.
Our clear intentions, our openness to strongly desiring personal transformation in all, will be the thing that carries this truth movement over the top. I don’t doubt it for a second.