Wednesday, May 23, 2012

What Do You Broadcast?

Every day, all day long we put out something to the world.  In our actions and words, we portray a message to the world around us.  Even through our thoughts and energy, we impact those close to us and those that are far away.  Yet, what do you broadcast?

It is easy to go through our day thinking that we are just operating alone or within a very narrow space.  However, if you read Dr. Joe Dispenza's book, Breaking The Habit Of Yourself or Lynne McTaggart's book, The Field, you will quickly see that this is anything but how we operate.

We impact our world, our life and the lives of those near and far in ways that we may not even consider.  The words we use, the thoughts we think and the actions we do all touch the lives of those around us.  They either do this in a positive or a negative way.

All you have to do is look at your life and see what you are attracting.  When you do this, it becomes a mirror to what you are sending out.  All too often, we want something else in life, but what we send out is what we will get back.  If you think about it for a moment, you will most likely see evidence of this in your own life.

Have you ever been around someone that is grumpy and swearing like there was no tomorrow?  How did that make you feel?  It surely had an impact on your life, if nothing more than you wanted to get away from that person.   What about the person that was fake and insincere or the person that was nothing more than superficial in their speech and actions?  Most likely, those people would irritate many others in our world.

On the flip side, consider the person that is warm, genuine and people love to be around.  How does that affect the world?  Consider the person that is nonjudgmental to the core of their being and see how that affects people near and far.  Notice the person that feels like their life matters and through that, other people get the sense that their own life matters.

We can take this a step further and focus on the energy that we put out into the quantum field.  If that is to much of a new age thought to you, just think about how your thoughts affect the world around you and then expand that to the entire planet.  There is a great amount of scientific evidence that indicates we do affect the entire world with how we focus our thoughts and our energy.

Another important point to consider is what we take in each day, will impact what we send out.  Watching the news like the world will end tomorrow, will do very little to evolve us as a human.  We may be able to hold our own in the daily debate of life with other people, but at the end of the day, it will mean little to our own awareness as a human.  We really do need to take an inventory of how we spend our minutes and hours in any given day and ask ourselves if this is the best thing for our mind and body, or are we just feeding into the illusion that it is.

We all impact our lives much more than we may want to accept and we impact the world around us in a big way.  Whether it is in our small circle of friends or to the global consciousness of the universe, we have a much greater impact than we often choose to believe.  My challenge and thought that I will leave you with (as well as to myself), is what do you broadcast?

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  1. Very thought provoking- great post 😊

    1. Thank you very much for the feedback and for passing this along. Have a wonderful day.






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