Musings


Once again my blog has been a bit redundant lately, and for the same reasons as I explained last time; namely, that I write mainly about my actual spiritual experiences, which remain at a premium at this moment in time (nearly a year without a decent out-of body; can you believe that?) Never mind, I can take this opportunity to share my musings with you and let you know what projects are on the horizon.

It has occurred to me that we all make judgements about “stuff”, situations and other people, and although these judgements are not always disparaging, they are nonetheless judgements, which serve no purpose unless we act on them in a positive way. What I mean is this, when we see something or hear about something that we perceive as being awful and not in line with all that is humanly decent, we judge it as being so, have a good old tut, maybe feel a degree of despair and sadness about it, but generally we don’t do anything else. In the case of a huge international incident you may be wondering what on earth you could do about it anyway. However…

There is another way of looking at things. We could take the incident and ask ourselves, “who am I in relation to that”? “How does it make me feel”? If the answer to both questions is that the said incident is not in line with our soul purpose (in other words, who I really am), then we may not be able to prevent something that has already happened, but there is something we can do.

Gandhi 2It was Gandhi who said, “Be the change you want to see in the world”. So what we can do is this, at the first opportunity, having experienced something that did not resonate with who we really are, and having made that judgement, we can carry out a simple act of kindness. A simple act of kindness selflessly executed with no thoughts of reward is a positive reaction to the negative. Yes, we may not be able to change the individual incident, but the truth is that the only way we will ever achieve peace on earth is if the collective consciousness of the human race is transformed from the selfish state it is in now to the loving state, which is what it is at our deepest and purest level of being. All change must begin somewhere; and it must begin with individuals such as you and I adopting this way of thinking, instead of just accepting things the way they are.

There, that’s my musings over with.

So what’s coming up then? Well, I have a birthday this week; the big “Six Oh No”. To commemorate my 60th year and the miracle of life I will be offering the kindle version of my book “Universal Law – An Idiot’s Guide”, at the special promo price of 99p for seven days. More about that soon. There will also be another video project over the next few weeks with the theme, “Using Your Voice To Enhance Your Well-Being”. So watch this space and thanks as ever for supporting my work.

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6 thoughts on “Musings

  1. Sixty is the new forty, Richard, didn’t you know ha! ha! The new video project sounds awesome – I’ll be watching! Have a fab birthday – 60 years wise and getting wiser by the second!

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  2. Richard, I’m so proud to have you as my cousin. This was very interesting and l love it. Your right our judgment don’t mean anything unless we are willing to act on it in a positive way. Love you

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