Realizing our power to create our own reality is spreading exponentially. This is a wonder to behold. The countless teachers of our new understanding offer sage advice regarding the beneficial practice of being focused on what we want to create. Unfortunately, many of us have the habit of dwelling on what we don’t want. In the habit of focusing on what we don’t want, we fall into our feelings of resistance. Resisting what we don’t want actually creates more unwanted energy. In our mental and emotional reality, fighting against unwanted ideas and manifestations creates ongoing frustration and hostility, and that drains our joy.
Please join me in taking a stand to build new habits that contribute to our happiness. New habits take practice, and polishing new skills begins within. Conduct a rigorous internal search to find the ideas and events that stir strong feelings of resistance within you. Then, gracefully accept that there are behaviors and ideas that trigger resistance. I honor my judgment about these matters because it is RIGHT FOR ME. My judgment creates my personal moral compass, and I am grateful for this tool. When anger comes up, I appreciate my feelings of anger as a natural emotional reaction. Often anger occurs when my personal sense of justice has been trodden upon. Anger occurs when people don’t feel heard or seen. When I feel anger rising, I breathe and calm myself. I release any shame around my judgment and let any feelings of guilt float away. There is nothing wrong with anger or any other so-called negative feeling. Let it be.
Next, I carefully search within to uncover what I truly want. I know the answer to this question is often found in looking at the root cause of what I strongly resist. I honor my feelings of resistance for showing me what I am passionate about. Then, with intention, I turn my focus toward what I want. With an equal amount of emotional power, I take a stand for what I want, and I act in accordance with my desire. I seek evidence that what I stand for is growing in my life, in my community, and on the global stage. As I change, the world changes.
I take a stand with strength, and my strength is love and joy. The stand I take is powerful and peaceful—yes, these vibrations are compatible. I don’t attack, and I don’t argue for my position. I model what I stand for with love. First, I must end the conflict within myself. Then I take a powerful, peaceful, and loving stand for the change desired. Second, I seek others who share my focus. I know I am not alone in seeling the changes I desire. These simple steps allow us to be the change we want to see in our shared world.
I’m not advocating denial of reality. Awareness and presence are important ingredients of our advancement into an age of peace, love, and abundance for all. If we continue to fight against what we don’t want, we continue to create the fear-based global reality that we share today. You and I stand for building new habits that change our global reality. We appreciate resistance as an indicator of what we are truly passionate about. We honor the power and the passion we feel when resistance occurs. We grow as we turn our focus toward what we stand for—releasing what we resist. Powerfully, lovingly, and peacefully standing together for change is the way forward.
Intention of change: I take a stand in favor of our progress. In this process, I stand for what I want. I act in accordance with the outcome I want to see now. We always find what we seek, so I seek evidence that what I want is manifesting and growing right now. When I catch myself resisting anything, I recognize that my resistance is driven by something I strongly favor. I thank my inner compass. Then, I stop resisting and intentionally turn my focus on what I want. When I know what I want, I TAKE A STAND. I remember that what I stand against will grow so I let go of my resistance. I know that what I stand for is taking root and growing now.
I invite you to tell me what you stand for so I may add my power to yours. Together we plant the seeds of change. JOY!