Hello fellow “everyday, ordinary, unassuming guru seekers.” T’is Monday. What’s that mean to you. Is it exciting or is it just another Monday? Make Monday a perfect beginning to a perfect week; then prove it. The prize at the end of the week is overwhelmingly worth the effort you put in to proving it. I promise!
Let’s look at what Karen is asking about – interesting!
How can I feel like I make a difference to the evolution of humanity? That is the question my philosophy teacher is posing to us. I’m in my last year at UCLA. Any ideas? I won’t plagiarize what you say. I just need someone to stir the pot a little more for me.
Thank you if you answer me, Karen D.
Your personal contribution to the advancement of humanity depends upon your “right use” of your power to affirm something valuable and new about you, and then to transform that affirmation into a felt vision.
Did you get that? Let’s say that again. We’ll slow down this time so we can absorb it.
Your personal contribution … to the advancement of humanity … depends upon your “right use” … of your power to affirm something valuable and new about you … and then to transform that affirmation into a felt vision.
There is no denying it, Karen, “As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he.” Of course when this statement was made a zillion years ago, “man” was referring to men and women. What you affirm yourself to be – when it feels so darn real that it is unquestionable to thee – that is what you become. There is no getting around it. You begin visualizing yourself that way until it feels as though it is ALREADY SO, and then BINGO! And not long thereafter – you are that. When those affirmations are uplifting, humanity evolves a little higher. This works with everyone, Karen, not just a select few.
Blessings to you, Rob
What do you think in your heart about yourself?
Are you happy with your thoughts?
Should you upgrade your thoughts?
Do you take the time to affirm
that today you are more
than you were the day before?
Blessings and Love, Rob
PS No matter how much you learn, Karen … always be an eager student