Change–It all Begins With the First Jump!

by Pete on January 11, 2017

Entrance to Stanford University.

“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” – R. Buckminster Fuller

“You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having (creating) a human experience.” – Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

How will it change us and the world if we make the jump from a fear-based, value judgment system of beliefs that control us from the outside-in to a love-based, value fulfillment system of beliefs that makes it possible for us to control ourselves from the inside-out? Value judgments result from fear, separation, distrust, and competition while the desire for value fulfillment grows out of love, oneness as well as individuality, trust, and the desire for cooperation. It depends on the acceptance of personal responsibility and the practice of idealism, doing the best we can with what we know, motivated by the desire to expand awareness and improve ourselves as spiritual beings, not just human beings.

How we think about ourselves and all that we know and experience, forms our intent, which, in turn, shapes our behavior and creates reality. In other words, we create our experience from what we choose to believe about ourselves and the world. It is all a matter of perspective, which goes a long way toward explaining why Creation is so unique and diverse, so challenging and unpredictable.

Aware Energy

How will it change us and the world if we realize that awareness in energy (Aware Energy, Consciousness) is the Source and Substance of All That Is? For reference, see Excerpt from, The Aware Energy Theory of Being and Creation.

How will it change us and the world if we each proclaim our individual authority and right to sit in the driver’s seat of our own lives? What does that imply?

How will it change us and the world if we choose to be the selves we love to be and do the things we feel moved to do?

How will it change us and the world if we decide to do for ourselves what others will not or cannot do for us?

How will it change us and the world if we elevate values like love, truth, and joy over money, power, and privilege as our primary measures of success?

How will it change us and the world if we accept full responsibility for the consequences of our beliefs, attitudes, values and expectations, our thoughts and actions?

How will it change us and the world to see how good we are, how much we do and how well we do it?

How will it change us and the world to know that we do the best we can with what we know and try to learn more to do better?

How will it change us and the world if we see that we are Multidimensional, Vibrational Beings of Aware Energy and not just material beings of flesh and bone?

How will it change us and the world to realize that, as Beings of Aware Energy, we are both one with and separate from All That Is; we are both products of creation and creation itself?

How will it change us and the world if we acknowledge that Creation is the process of making the invisible, visible, the unknown, known, of creating order out of chaos, and making sense out of nonsense?

How will it change us and the world if we realize that, ultimately, there is no right or wrong, good or bad; there just Is?

How will it change us and the world to know that exploring the differences between what we like and don’t like, what works and what doesn’t, what makes us happy and what doesn’t, is how we find and express the best in what we are?

How will it change us and the world to know that living and learning, making what we value most, is the challenge and joy of Being and Creation?

How will it change us and the world to accept the realization that we create reality according to the nature of our beliefs, individually and collectively?

How will it change us and the world to realize that All life is sacred?

How will it change us and the world to understand that evil does not exist in reality? What does exist is the lack of perception, misinterpretation, and opportunities to learn, ignored.

How will it change us and the world to consciously realize that the challenge of Being and Creation is learning how to use the power of thought and imagination to shape energy into a pleasing reality?

How will it change us and the world to accept that the most valuable prize for creating the reality of our dreams is emotional; it is a sense of satisfaction, the feeling of a job well done?

How will it change us and the world to realize that life is a great balancing act, that we, like babies, must accept falling as part of learning how to stand up?

How will it change us and the world if we accept that, as Multidimensional, Vibrational Beings of Aware Energy, we are all embarked on a journey of living and learning, of self-discovery, self-empowerment, and self-development?

How will it change us and the world if we accept that all Beings are living, loving, growing and changing aspects of Consciousness?

How will it change us and the world if we, as Multidimensional, Vibrational Beings of Aware Energy, accept that, from our unique perspective, everything we conceive and perceive is a projection of our consciousness?

How will it change us and the world if we accept that because we think, feel, act, and react (conceive and perceive), we ARE? (expanded version of “I think therefore I am” by Rene Descartes)

How will it change us and the world if we accept that, as we think, feel, act, and react, we create?

How will it change us and the world to consciously admit that we change what we create by changing our thoughts and feelings, how we act and react?

How will it change us and the world if we accept that the self is our seat of power?

How will it change us and the world if we become aware that we exist in a spacious present where everything is happening at once and the moment we are experiencing here and now is our point of power?

How will it change us and the world if we become consciously aware that value fulfillment, learning how to create what we want most, is the promise of power?

How will it change us and the world to know that Being and Creation are the actualizations of awareness and energy? It is what we are and what we do so why be afraid of it? Why not embrace it?

How will it change us and the world to know that, individually and together, we are forever God (All That Is) becoming?

How will it change us and the world to know that we are all becoming Conscious Creators?

How will it change us and the world if we realize that, by exploring the differences between what we like and don’t like, what works for us and what doesn’t, what makes us happy and what doesn’t, we become better and more responsible individual creators and collective co-creators of our reality?

How will it change us and the world to acknowledge that we want to love and be loved unconditionally?

First Jump

Roger “Pete” Peterson http://realtalkworld.com

We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having (creating) a human experience.” – Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

Instead of money, power and privilege, would love, truth and joy be a better measure of success? One set of values isolates us in the material world of separation, scarcity and competition, while the other not only acknowledges our oneness as well as our individuality, it acknowledges our role in creation itself. Using love, truth and joy as our primary measure of success provides us with a moral compass. It encourages us to live for the love of Being and Creation, instead of running from the fear of suffering and death. It inspires us to find and express what’s best in us and ALL that we’re a part of, instead of giving in to the least of what we can be.

In life and business, how often do we ask: is what I’m doing worthy of my ideals? Do my actions improve the quality of life or undermine it? Do they improve humanity’s chances for survival or threaten it?

How we define ourselves and the world around us forms our intent, which, in turn, forms our reality. In other words, we create reality from what we choose to believe about ourselves and the world around us. If we don’t thoughtfully choose the ideas we accept as beliefs, attitudes, values and expectations, we absorb them from our surroundings. If this is so, can we afford not to question them?

“Education” includes doing for ourselves what others will not or cannot do for us.

What can we do today for the selves we’ll be tomorrow?

What do we want most for our children, ourselves and the world?

The secrets of the universe lie hidden in the shadows of our experience. Look for them!

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