What is the fastest most sustainable way to change and enlighten the collective consciousness of the planet?

asked 21 Feb '10, 22:49

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edited 21 Feb '10, 23:32

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Work on one's self. The rest follows.


answered 21 Feb '10, 22:55

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Inclusion! Get the word out, ensuring that the information is out there, and that people have access to it at random.


answered 21 Feb '10, 23:42

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As Gandhi said, "Be the change you wish to see in the world"


answered 22 Feb '10, 00:01

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Michael 1

Brian I like your question!

There was a group that gathered together globally in the 80's and did group meditation to heal the planet. This was before even the internet was around. I don't know what happened to that group, but they were really on to something. Most of all they actually did something.

The suggestions presented by others are, in my opinion, are the best methods to get started on that "vision". However, I have a slightly different application of that process that I would like to suggest.

How about we do this?

Each one of us, Who ever who wants to be a participant in this process, start envisioning the planet in the form we would like it to become. As if it has changed for those of us who want to start our new adventure of existence in a planet of peace and harmony.

We don't have to do this in a group, we don't even have to tell each other, when, where, or how each one of us is envisioning this.

It is not a prayer that we have to do every day. It is not something we have to remember to do. We instead, as individuals accept that the "change" or the "shift" in the collective consciousness has already begun. And start to expect to see the evidence of this change all around us.

We can tell our friends "Isn't it great that this world is finally changing to a place of peace and harmony?" and individually start to believe this. If we believe this from an individual point of view we should start to find ourselves in the right place at the right time for the "effect" that the world is changing for the better to be reflected back to each one of us through the circumstances that emerge from this individual and collective desire.

Once it gather's momentum the rest will start to come along for the ride as well.

Then the planet will really start to shift to the new collective desire.

I believe that the "mass consciousness" and the power that is available from controlling this collective potential has been hijacked from us long enough!

It is time we started taking it back! Not as a group, but as individuals, each participating by choosing what we believe, instead of being told how things are supposed to be.


answered 22 Feb '10, 01:27

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"It is time we started taking it back! Not as a group, but as individuals, each participating by choosing what we believe, instead of being told how things are supposed to be." - Great idea, I think most of us here are already beginning to do this:-)

(22 Feb '10, 02:07) Michaela

Thank you for reminding me Michaela. You are right! That's why this group of great individuals at the leading edge of change is coming together in the first place!

(22 Feb '10, 03:13) The Traveller

I like it! and I'm smiling with you.

(24 Feb '10, 22:44) Brian
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