How Are You Affecting the World?

artworks-000030947287-2s9tye-original[1]How Are You Affecting The World?

“We are all affecting the world every moment, whether we mean to or not. Our actions and states of mind matter, because we are so deeply interconnected with one another.” — Ram Dass

Did you ever stop to think that everything you do, say, feel, think is affecting the entire universe?  And, all people from all ages everywhere and everywhen likewise have and will affect the whole.

We hear the words – we are one.  We all exist in the same field – and, that field has existed since the beginning – whenever that was.  The vibration of the field or the character of the field is determined by our states of mind, our actions, our feelings.  It is a composite of the energy of all beings across all times.  A sort of repository.  If I am angry – the vibration in the field is altered – minutely – altered.  If I am filled with love – the vibration is also altered.

There have been many scientific studies showing when a new skill is learned by an animal on one side of the globe, the skill will spontaneously be expressed by animals on the other side of the world.  Scientists believe this may happen due to organizing fields that have an inherent memory.  This idea – morphic fields – was first proposed several years ago.  It is theorized there may be some sort of collective memory specific to each species.  Sound familiar?

Carl Jung put forth the theory of the collective unconscious. The theory, in part, states we may have some communion with some divine or world mind.  The collective unconscious may be a body of unconscious energy that lives forever.

Edgar Cayce, a modern prophet, spoke of the one mind.  He said there is one mind and we all share it.  Our individual, personal conscious mind is a part of the one mind. Today we might say the transpersonal mind – the mind has a life beyond what appears in individual persons.  It is a reality in itself.

Air is transpersonal.  You have your air and I have mine.  And yet, air is everywhere.  One large body of air we all share.  Air quality these days is a big topic of discussion.  There is only one air – there is only one mind.  Energy quality in the mind may be comparable to air quality?

Rupert Sheldrake has developed a theory of morphic resonance.  He presents a vision of transpersonal reality of mind similar to Cayce’s perspective.  The more people that are able to conceive of an idea – the easier it becomes for others to have the same idea.  Data collected from 1918 to 1989 showed that IQ scores in the US have been rising for decades by 30% or more.  Scientists have put forth many ideas about why this is happening.  Maybe it’s the field – the one mind – morphic fields?

Imagine your brain as a TV set.  Imagine the broadcast airwaves to be the one mind or energy in the morphic field.  Ideas are vibrational patterns in those waves.  Your brain tunes into ideas that are in the air. The one mind is a reality in itself independent of your brain or body.

Now, mainstream science still doesn’t get it.  That doesn’t mean the new theories are wrong.  They simply haven’t gained enough energy in the field quite yet.  You see?  We each change the field every second.

Do you want world peace, as I do?  Ask yourself whether your actions, words, feelings and thoughts are peaceful or not?  What energy or information are you adding to the field every day?  How are you affecting the world?

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8 Responses to How Are You Affecting the World?

  1. Red Hen says:

    Very interesting. I focus too much on how the world, and others, affect me rather than focussing on how I affect the world. And of course, knowing the `I` is part of a much bigger presence than just me.

    • mountainpat says:

      Hey – You surely are not alone – many, most, of us are very sensitive to what we perceive is happening to us. We easily leave out of the equation that like attracts like. I attract that which I am. And, that we are one. Puts a whole new perspective on things. Once you can get to the place of accepting responsibility for your life – it’s also very freeing. You realize you totally and completely create your reality. How cool is that! Love, Pat

  2. Brian Alger says:

    Reblogged this on Exploring Life Microblog and commented:
    A good question at any age…

  3. Ian Hardie says:

    Reblogged this on No room for regrets and commented:
    Great post, that’s worth not only reading but understanding

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