In every moment our thoughts and feelings are being broadcast in all directions. Few people are aware of this persistent fact. When we pay attention, we recognize that our thoughts and feelings are continuously mirrored for us as our encounters and our environment. We tend to forget that our thoughts and feelings are transmitted nonstop in high-fidelity surround sound.
Because we imagine we are separate from each other and our environment, people think their experience of reality is happening to them rather than happening for them. Students of oneness observe that thoughts and feelings have no boundaries. There is no border where your ideas end and mine begin. Our essence is limitless and indivisible. There is One being here, and the One dwells equally in the formed and formless–the perceptible and the intangible. Imagined boundaries are stage props in the physical dimension.
When we picture the inseparable One like the air surrounding us, each of us is like a powerful radio tower beaming signals out in all directions. Others tune into your broadcast the same way you tune into their signals. With this knowledge in mind, I urge my readers to ask this question: What is the message I am sending now? Looking deeper you may ask yourself, what is the typical frequency of my broadcast? Am I stuck in a limited frequency range?
The wise accept that programs benefit from diversity. Teachers and leaders know that there are a variety of communication and learning modes. For example, an auditory person needs different stimuli than a predominately visual person. Thankfully, there are many ways to broadcast a message of love. Why not challenge yourself to expand the reach of your on-air transmission?
We are the leaders of change. We seek to fulfill our chosen role in global awakening. At every moment we do our best to model the change we want to see in our world. We gently and lovingly plant the seeds of change with our thoughts and feelings, and we water these seeds with our words and deeds. We softly whisper, ‘wake up’ and remember that there’s no shame in slumber. We are human, and we all sleep.
Beloved teachers, healers, and leaders of change, you’re on the air, and I hear you.