Can we change the world energetically? Can we bring world peace through meditation? I believe we can. One person vibrating love, joy, peace, gratitude, can raise the vibration of many others vibrating at a lower point. Everyone who is breathing, moving, thinking, and meditating influences this planet. If we radiate peace, love, forgiveness, and gratitude we can make a powerful impact. Alone we are mighty, together, united in peaceful, healing meditation, we are beyond powerful. The only way we can heal Earth, at this point, is energetically. We can’t depend on governments, businesses, or countries to act as quickly as they must to reverse the damage done. Instead, we must act. Quickly and peacefully. If we can raise our own vibration and the vibration of others we have a chance to change the world. To save the oceans, the earth, the plants and animals, the air, and ourselves, we must do this together.
When you mediate on gratitude a big swirl of positive energy surrounds you allowing for more good stuff to come to you. When you meditate on love, feeling it, sending it out, you can change the way others feel, not to mention yourself! Why not meditate on being grateful to this earth we live on, to the seas that support so much life, to the plants that provide clean oxygen we breathe? Why not meditate on love? Why not meditate on this: I use my energy to transform and heal? One person vibrating love can positively change the frequency of thousands of people. You being more you can lift up this world.
You can influence the environment around you. It’s been proven. There is something called the Maharishi Effect. To experiment with this Maharishi Effect, seven thousand meditative yogi monks in different cities were able to drop the pollution levels, lower crime rates, and radiate peace.
And Dr. Masuru Emoto discovered in his experiments with water crystals, that water responds to positive and negative feelings. Jagged, disjointed crystal formations emerge when he said things like, “You make me sick.” But changing that to, “love and gratitude,” and other life-affirming words created beautiful magical crystals. “What has put Dr. Emoto at the forefront of the study of water is his proof that thoughts and feelings affect physical reality. By producing different focused intentions through written and spoken words and music and literally presenting it to the same water samples, the water appears to ‘change its expression’.” We’re 70% water, and the world is made up of water. Imagine the impact love and gratitude and hope could have on our own bodies and the planet.
When we meditate, we are conscious beings in a place, pulling in source energy, and radiating it out in a space to change the environment. We can change our world. No doubt. Let’s do this together!
My proposal is this: Every Tuesday we meditate at 12PM EST for ten minutes on healing this planet. Focus on this in your meditation: “I use my energy to transform and heal.”
Or, if you like to say mantras in Sanskrit, try this one: Om vardhanam namah, I nourish the universe, and the universe nourishes me.
Please join me and let’s save our wonderful world.
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About the Author: Tania Van Pelt is the creator of Happiness Series. After working in film, she realized that creating content for an online world that moves and inspires people is where it's at. She loves the immediacy and the vibrancy of working online. Tania created Happiness Series because she wants to empower people to live healthier, longer, more joyful lives through fitness, nutrition, stress management and integrative wellness. After years of research and practical application, she is excited about the newest project, Ageless Diet™. Ageless Diet is a lifestyle that promotes an Ageless You. Because getting older doesn't have to mean aging, and losing weight doesn't have to be hard. Happiness Series and Ageless Diet are going in new directions, bringing people together in beautiful settings with retreats and conferences. Books and a cooking series are soon to follow. Tania also recently completed her sitcom web/TV series pilot Employees Only, at http://employeesonly.tv.