I hate to be the one to break it to you, but there is a war brewing in the Middle East. People are already dying. There’s a lot of other bad stuff going on in the world too. But this war thing, it’s a big deal. It’s all over the news, as it should be. However, most well practiced deliberate creators will say, “I’ve sworn off the news and media. I’m not going to focus on bad news. I’m going to manage my vibration better than that.” In fact, most sane people, deliberate creators or not, are a little or alot news phobic.
But here’s the thing, just because you aren’t looking doesn’t mean it’s not happening. Additionally, just because you aren’t looking doesn’t mean you won’t be affected by it. You are affected, on too many levels to even count. You are biologically wired to not just notice, but feel the suffering of others. Not looking, intentionally not noticing, requires a lot of energy you might not be fully aware you are leaking.
I’ve bumped up against this in my life recently. It’s a well developed skill to train my attention elsewhere when something bad is happening. It’s not really in an effort to bury my head in the sand, more in an effort to avoid feeding a bad thing any of my attention and energy. However, as well intentioned as that is, when there’s something to be done, and you don’t do your part, well, you simply aren’t doing your part.
So, you might ask, what would be the point of noticing a war, or world hunger, or a homeless persons pain? There’s nothing you can do, right??
We are deliberate creators. We are powerful sources of light and love energy. We can see someone suffering and hold them up in our thoughts and prayers. We are not doing our job on this planet when we work so hard to stay unaffected and forget our power.
I’m not saying look at it and wallow. I’m saying the simple act of sending love or imaging someone thriving is exponentially more powerful than you can possibly imagine. You are strong enough to be affected by what you see and manage your alignment when you remember who you are and what you’re here to do. Let your heart break. Count your blessings. Never ever underestimate love.