LISA RENEE: “Spirit of Peace”

 

 

The Spirit of Peace is the quality of peace we experience when we have a direct connection with the Godhead, and our higher consciousness or higher self. Our relationship with the God source functions like an internal compass for our Souls, leading us in the direction that the Inner Holy Spirit intends for the highest expression towards fulfilling the divine purpose for our lives. When we feel the Perfect Peace that is inherent in our direct relationship with God, we experience great comfort in knowing that Gods purpose for us is to ultimately be God-Sovereign-Free GSF. If we learn how to listen to our internal compass as guided by our Inner Christos spirit, we will naturally seek all truth in order to align to the divine will of the greater good to serve God, which is Service to Others.

One Service

There is but one service. The Law of One. The offering of self to be of service to the God Creator is the greatest service, the unity, the fountainhead of which All things have sprung forth. The being who seeks to be at One with God is unified with infinite intelligence and eternal nature. From this higher purpose, from this offering, a great multiplicity of opportunities will evolve depending upon the Lightbody spiritual purpose and the bodies, mind, emotional and spiritual, along with the person’s Miasma or karmic, ancestral imprints. The Virtue gained from dedicated alignment to serve our highest expression in God, is to receive the blessings from the Spirit of Peace.

 

 

~via Ascension Glossary

TULSI GABBARD: “Isolationism vs Being a Force for Good Through Global Leadership”

“Too many wrongly believe the only way the US can be ‘engaged’ with other countries is by blowing them up. Isolationism is not the answer. We can and must be engaged with the world and be a force for good — I will lead with a foreign policy that is positive and productive, not negative and destructive.”

~Tulsi Gabbard

 

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TULSI GABBARD: “Stupid Wars Suck — Literally”

 

 

LISA RENEE (Time Shift Blog): “Group Peace Prayers”

Dear ES Family,

In recognition of the annual attempts to capitalize on the 9-11 code detonation for controlling timelines, we are holding a sacred space for a group peace prayer field with the intention to neutralize harmful and destructive agendas with the recent weather wars, pushing on the eastern seaboard of the United States, as well as the Bermuda Stargate.

As the Avatar Christos-Sophia and the Light of God that I Am, I choose to represent Human freedom in God’s Sovereign Power on the Earth. I ask that these words and intentions represent all of those human beings who are unable to speak whom wish spiritual freedom and to live in peace on the earth.

We’ll get started at Noon eastern, but will play the meditations and music until late evening. Thank you!

 

Peace Prayer Group

Tuesday September 11th at 9:00 am PT /12:00 (Noon) ET

 

Peace Prayer Group Webpage

This page will have the LIVE LINK to listen to the call. When we’re live you’ll see a play button:

https://energeticsynthesis.com/index.php/events/peace-prayer-group

Click to hear the LIVE WEB CAST, this is available to the public.

Please note that only registered members can see and post comments.

Thank you. Enjoy the Group Meditation! ♥

With Love and GSF,

Lisa and Tomás

 

~via EnergeticSynthesis.com

SARA K. WASSER: “5 Ways To Cultivate Peace & Love Through Your Words”

Have you ever pondered the relentless strength of the tongue? It is a small part of the body yet it carries great power!

We use our tongue to praise Destiny and, in another breath, curse Destiny’s design. We pour praise and contempt from the same mouth

How can this be?

What change might we affect with a transformation of our speech?

Let’s transform our corner of the world with the love seed of our words.

If you’d like to see a shift happen in your business, with your coworkers, in your personal relationships, or even more broadly within your culture then follow these 5 steps. You have the power and influence to transform unhealthy, destructive, stifling, and caustic environments.

The first step to bringing peace into any negative situation is to refuse to participate in any negative conversation about someone else unless you can be part of the solution to the problem.

How often has it happened to you that a coworker, friend, or family member approaches you with something akin to: ”Have you heard the latest about Sally? Did you know that she left him; her son is on meth; her daughter is pregnant; he lost his job; she cheated on him; she was fired; they lost their home; he lost custody of his children”, etc., etc., etc.? Once those negative thoughts get planted in your mind, they will color absolutely everything else you hear about that individual and their situation.

Instead, learn deflection questions. Deflect the negativity with an innocuous and distracting question, “What did you eat for breakfast today?” “Did you ever get around to watching that movie?” “How’s the renovation progressing?” Throw the bearer-of-bad-news off with a distracting question.

Secondly, if you hear something negative about someone you love then check in with them. Allow yourself the opportunity to discern the truth of the situation firsthand rather than working from someone else’s input and point of view.

Ask questions of love and concern, free of accusation and suspicion. “Is there anything I need to know?” “Is there anything you need right now?”

Thirdly, if you hear something that haunts you don’t assume that it’s the full truth. This can be something in your immediate family or circle of friends. It can also be something cultural, something in the media.

Exercise the higher energy of listening and sharing love. We don’t need to know the details of what’s happening. It feels better to love than to know the private details of someone else’s life or pitfall.

Fourthly, refuse to judge information about someone at face value. This pertains to those within close proximity to you. Whatever you hear, remember there’s two sides to every story.

There’s no such thing as a one-sided story, not in real life.

If you hear something negative about someone, the human tendency is to shut off (to some extent) to that person. Remember, negative news is not to be taken at full value.

If something negative is spoken to you before you can deflect, quickly speak 4-5 positive thoughts aloud concerning that individual in order to discourage your mind from harboring unsubstantiated negativity towards that individual. This will allow you to remain in a state of peace and love towards that person.

Finally, step number five, if you need to confront someone, don’t tell anyone else. If you process your heart with people about negative information about someone else, especially if you’re going through a divorce or a business separation, they will take what you say at full value. This might feel good in the heat of the moment, but when the emotion, hurt, or betrayal dissipates you will be left with a network of friends who can only support you in making a decision that’s based on your emotional state rather than a state of clarity, stability, and groundedness.

For this reason, it’s good to have 2-3 close friends or processors that serve to talk things through with you. If you have this small, consistent group of processors they will come to know you well enough to be able to discern your moodiness, emotionalism, hurt, and anger so that they can provide trustworthy input rather than a mirroring of your own emotions. Your processors will come to know your tendencies and hear you and love you appropriately for where you are in that moment.

If we prove trustworthy with people’s reputations in our mouth and we start to love them and care about who they are, we will gain influence in places that we could have never otherwise gained entrance. This principle extends to every circle of our respective cultures.

Before you even have need of them, pick 2-3 people that you’re going to do life with over the next five years. Even if they’re not going to be around for the next five years, pick them as if they are. These people will be your processors.

Over the course of the next 7 days, watch your mouth. Every night, rehearse the conversations you had that day. This isn’t a time to beat yourself up or wallow in regret. It’s meant to be a simple exercise for improvement, not debasement. Simply ask yourself, “What could I have done differently? What could I have said better? How could I have honored them more? What could have built that relationship more? When I was talking about her, did I do it well? When I shared that story, was I honoring?”

If you’re looking to make a lasting change, rehearse each day’s speech at the close of the day for the next 30 days. Let’s discipline ourselves to make every decision out of peace and love.

We can start to do this by asking a couple simple questions: Where was peace in that moment? Where was love in that moment?

By our very nature, we are change agents, equipped to affect history and humanity. Let’s leave a legacy of peace and love.

How will you consciously invite peace and love into your speech today?

 

 

~via ConsciousReminder.com