THINKING IN A MIRACLE-MINDED WAY
Our greatest power to change the world lies in our power to rethink it.
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A miracle-minded life means one in which love, not fear, becomes the attitudinal filter through which we approach our lives. That might sound easy enough, but it represents a complete repudiation of the thought system that dominates the world. It takes practice, and it takes willingness, to transform our thought system and transform our lives.
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Have a beautiful weekend…
Marianne, thank you for this! And I have just joined your course! In amazing synchronicity. this post of yours was the first thing my eyes came across right after a phone conversation with a friend in which I was sharing my thoughts about how we as a species have within us the ability, by raising our awareness (eg. our levels of consciousness, comprehension and compassion) and activating our powers of choice and our voice to, together create a sustainable, abundant, just, beautiful and dignified, world that works for all.
I agree with your wisdom here. I think we should also say ‘action requires thought’. Look at the thought Putin’s Russia put into attacking Ukraine. And all the thought that went into the Jan 6 insurrection, or all the countless murders of each other. Thought did indeed change the world, but ‘change’ needs some adjectives here. Let’s put our thought into the betterment of humanity. A species which cares for each other and respects the place where it survives. Let’s make these the priorities, not partisan positioning, religious and political rhetoric or who can amass the largest hoard of money. That on which we focus is what we will see.