Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Mind Fuck Tuesday: Global Consciousness





To learn more about this concept of global consciousness check here.

So, do you think we can shift global consciousness with enough people in the world with a positive attitude? It almost has to work because when you approach things with the intent of good, you have a happy attitude. If you feel resentful and angry, you approach it differently. It's nearly a self-fulfilling prophecy that if enough people intend good, good will occur. I'm reminded of after 9-11 when everyone went outside with a candle in memory of all who were lost. I looked up and down my street and realized I had never seen this many of my neighbors before.

10 comments:

  1. If I recall correctly, Coelho, one of my favourite authors, often talked about such a concept.

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  2. That's so deep, my mind is being overloaded right now.

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  3. I had an incident once where I came out of the grocery store, wandered for some reason because I felt a desperate need to get to the edge of the lot and look to the mountains in the northeast. I stood there on the edge of the lot and felt an overwhelming feeling of peace and love and I felt an itching desire to get into my car and go there. I have never felt so compelled before. I got into my car and on the radio they announced a huge prayer for the world and loving mankind meeting of thousands--to the northeast in my state. They were sitting and doing a massive prayer vigil. I absolutely felt it.

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  4. Sorry, I don't play global consiousness game.

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  5. Echo;
    Yes it is kind of like being part of the Borg Collective, huh?

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  6. your mind fucks always dovetail so nicely with themes I'm working on in my writing! Well, not always, but twice now. I like to believe that it's impossible that human brainwaves don't effect the energy field of the world around us. There's so much power there, and we know it's some form of electricity, which is part of what crisscrosses the globe, so how could they not interact and interrelate, with several billion humans' worth of thoughts going all the time? Your anecdotes are very telling of the potential we hold if only we could get our brains straining in the same direction more often. (One of the feathers in organized religions' cap is their ability to influence large congregations to bend their will in common directions...now if only they'd bend 'em toward social justice, environmental activism, etc...) (PS I know some do those things, but imagine if they all got on the same exact page, just once!)

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  7. Hey, it's me Marduk. I have a new blog now. Check it out.

    http://moreduckslastchance.blogspot.com/

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  8. AndAlex;
    Yes. One thing I did miss when leaving organized religion is the power that comes off of a group of people humbly bowing their heads and concentrating on a feeling of appreciation. It really does resonate. (Mind you, that is still not enough for me to go pay for the experience or hand over my own decision-making to some stranger and his objectives). Still, I know as a psychic that we leave residual, that the electrical impulses in our bodies can emit sort of like a solar flare and affect those around us. Have you ever been a crowd and felt eyes on up and looked up directly at the person staring at you-didn't even have to scan the room, knew where those eyes were? That's part of intention. It intrigues me. There is a good deal of mystery still within the human mind but ultimately, as we create our own realities, going to the human mind first is critical to change the life experience. Just ask someone who had a brush with death how they view life differently. Just a change in POV can change the world.

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  9. I've got to get myself a black turtle neck. It can make anything profound.

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  10. Sucio;
    Seriously, dude. People would sit up and take notice to anything you say.

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