Our physical reality is preceded by a non-physical one in which we, both individually and collectively, help to “drive” what is physically manifested. One of the great “forces” that moves that process forward is expectation and belief. Thus what you believe- the nature of your worldview- is actually important for how our local experience will actualize.
As we “play the game,” certain thoughts, ideas, and beliefs tend to gain or lose “momentum” within the collective consciousness. That momentum is a powerful force. It’s important to recognize however that the collective momentum always starts and ends with individual momentum. The individual is important. What YOU believe- your worldview- is important!
You may not be consciously aware of it, but you are automatically communicating with all the many millions of other “players in the game” in consciousness space. Your beliefs, your expectations, and your intentions not only affect the “temperature of the water” in the collective consciousness, they also encourage others- and in a sense “give permission” to others if necessary- to consider those same beliefs, expectations, and intentions, too. One person who shines bright with truly loving intent is like a beacon giving permission to many thousands of others to shine their light as well!
Take time then to look within and discover what beliefs and intentions you are sponsoring within the collective consciousness. What are you inspiring in our world today within your own mind and heart? Do not be discouraged by the apparent scope of change that may seem to be required on the “surface” of the physical world, but rather, recognize your power- for one person who is fully present and acting from a place of responsibility and genuine love can make a huge difference, and inspire many others to do the same.
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<> I would suggest you rephrase this. IMHO the expression “giving permission” does not fit at all. Something akin to the end of the last sentence, <> would do it, perhaps adding ‘enticing’ or something.
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Thank you for the comment, I appreciate the input on wording. I do recognize the limitation of the words “giving permission,” as read literally it could be misconstrued. I wish to convey that there are some who, due to their own beliefs, do not feel they are permitted to grow or shine in certain ways. When others do so, it can help them to know- even in consciousness space- that they can make the decision, too. I put the words “give permission” in quotes to encourage that the words not be read literally.
Edit: I updated it to add the word “encourage” and modified the sentence to help clarify further. Thank you for the input!
Looking forwards to see those changes as they have not been updated as yet. Happy for have been of any help.
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New sentence should show above as: “Your beliefs, your expectations, and your intentions not only affect the “temperature of the water” in the collective consciousness, they also encourage others- and in a sense “give permission” to others if necessary- to consider those same beliefs, expectations, and intentions, too.”
To me it remains unclear. If you are especially prone to the term ‘permission,’ then I could suggest something like this:
…they may encourage others as well and make them think of the possibility of allowing themselves to consider it all on their own.
One person who shines bright with truly loving intent is like a beacon giving such sort of ‘permission’ to many thousands of others to shine their light as well!