Make the World a better place
So many of my clients altruistically want to “make the world a better place.” That’s what I aim to do as well. Many are pursuing a path with that goal and many would like to begin.
At some level, we all want the same thing: to leave this earth’s circumstances better than we found it. Without any investment and very little time commitment, you CAN fundamentally make the world a better place. If that’s your aim, here are suggestions to get started (or to continue):
Love Yourself First
Self-love is potent and the foundation for all positive change in oneself and in the world. Read BEGIN HERE if you are ready to love yourself more. When everyone truly loves him or herself, the world will be a better place.
To hate others because of their religion, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, appearance, economic status, or ideas is just plain silliness. A person who condemns another for any of those factors is unenlightened and living with poor self-love. When you need to find others inferior, it is a masked attempt at allowing yourself to feel superior because you simply do not believe that you are fully worthy. You are not worthy because of your religion, your money, your education, or any other external factor. You are worthy because you are worthy.
WE ARE ONE. You’re going to find it out sooner or later, so save yourself a lot of drama by accepting it now. This will make the world a better place.
Fear is the New Hate. Throughout history, hatred was at the root of most crime, war, disharmony, and conflict. Although we have a long way to go in developing tolerance, acceptance, and love, we have collectively improved upon our recognition of the value of all humans.
More insidious is the effect that fear has on our reality because the negative repercussions are often invisible. To make it even worse, we encourage fear. To witness this truth, watch television, pharmaceutical ads, or go through security at the airport. The more we allow others to determine that which we should fear, the more we give up our power. Within us, we have the power to live harmoniously, but the more that power is sacrificed, the less we will have the ability to manifest the reality we desire. In addition, since we are one, the fears of many collectively affect the reality of others. One person’s fear contributes to a disharmonious trajectory for all.
You may not be able to eliminate all your fears overnight, but you can begin a campaign to fear LESS. Please re-read some of my articles if you would like tools to fear LESS.
Fear less to make this world a better place.
Stop encouraging fear in others
Support success and happiness in others
Celebrate others’ triumphs. The best way to help others is to encourage them. Become a cheerleader for others’ positive actions, improvements, and deeds. Make yourself a happy convergence point for happy people. Make this world a better place.
Honor your planet, your animal and plant communities, your friends, your neighbors, and your fellow humanity. We are eternal, so live as though all your actions matter. Re-hang your clothes in the fitting room. Pick up a piece of litter even it’s not yours. Be as kind to the wait staff as you would be to a celebrity.
Be kind to yourself. Be kind to others. Be kind to everything around you and make this world a better place.
Make this world a better place. Do that which you can do. You can’t do everything, but you can do many simple things that accumulate to a great thing.
If you would like some guidance to help you discover your happy path, contact Karen for coaching or a one-on-one session and let your guides reveal your truth to you. An investment in your happiness today pays for itself through prosperity, harmony, and peace.
“I just wanted to tell you again how nice it was to meet you. You have a very approachable demeanor and you are very easy to talk to. Since meeting with you my ambition and energy has exploded into such a driving force that I cannot describe the feeling. I hope that I can live up to a role in which I am a leader because I do want to be one, and I am so worried about the direction of where the country is going. I have so much to learn, but for the first time ever I feel that I am more than up to any task that I need to be."Thank you again.” –Gary, New York, NY
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