John Cali

We received a follow-up question on last week’s newsletter. If you missed that newsletter, you can read it here.

So, without further ado, here’s the question:

“One question I have about that situation (possible volcanic eruptions in Yellowstone National Park) after reading pleas from the Indians that live there is:

“Do I spread the word of a need for prayer and healing balance in that area or, by doing so, would it create a worse problem by having many humans putting their attention on an eruption in that area?

“What is your opinion?”

Here’s Spirit.

Spirit

This is an excellent question, and it highlights a dilemma humans often face when they come together for a common cause.

In the past, we have said we do not favor peace meditations, at least in the way you generally conduct them. The reason is there are many diverse definitions of peace, probably as many as there are people participating in the meditations. And so your meditations, your vibrations, sometimes work against one another.

While the Yellowstone situation is not a precise parallel, it has the same inherent challenge.

When you ask people to pray or meditate for a common cause–in this case, for healing and balance in Yellowstone National Park–you have many different notions of healing and balance among the participants. And, again, those notions, those prayers, may not be harmonious with one another.

Another challenge, in the case of Yellowstone, is to keep the focus, the vibrations, positive. If many are focusing more on the negative possibility of eruptions and other disasters than on positive, harmonious healing and balance, those negative vibrations only stir up an already volatile mix of conflicting energies.

Do you see our point here?

We are not saying to you: Do not hold your peace meditations–Do not send healing energies and thoughts to Yellowstone–Do not join with others of like mind in your meditations–Do not join your actions with others of like mind. We are not saying any of those things.

We are saying to you: Be clear in your own heart and mind, first, before you enter into any of these endeavors. Know in your own heart and mind, first, what is right for you, what feels good to you.

Second, put out the intention and desire that your prayers and energies will join you with those of like mind and heart–whether in the physical or nonphysical.

Then you will create whatever manifestations are for the highest good of all concerned.

And that is the real point of what we are saying–pray and meditate for your own highest good, and then for the highest good of all others involved in any particular situation–in this case, Yellowstone and all those humans and other beings who live in or near there.

Finally, trust that all is well, all is as it should be–regardless of how it appears to your human eyes and minds. Your natural state, your planet’s natural state, is well-being.

Trust that–immerse yourselves in a deep, abiding sense of well-being, no matter what’s happening in the world around you.

When you reach that place of peace, knowing–really, really knowing–all is well, you will radiate that peaceful vibration out to the entire Universe.

One individual, acting alone in this way, has more power than all the nuclear weapons and energy your human race have ever created.

Just think what several–or many–individuals, acting in harmony with one another, could create!

You, individually and together, truly have the power to create lasting peace on earth. But it will not be the peace you envision in your peace meditations.

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