The World Is Shifting. Are YOU?

We are experiencing dramatic changes – in our climate, our governments and financial systems – but the biggest shift may be happening within ourselves.
Awareness doesn’t always come easily. Sometimes it takes a trip down the road of despair to discover who we are and what authentically defines us: What do we stand for? Who and what do we value? How are we showing up in the world? What kind of a future do we want to create?

Love is the new currencyIt’s disheartening to experience our country and world so divided that we can’t hear or understand each other, increasing our fear and anxiety. We may feel uncertain as to what and whom to place our faith in, having previously relied on others to lead us, but really, WE’RE IT!

This unexpected political environment has helped to move us from complacency to awareness, and, more importantly, to action. There is a positive shift in consciousness taking place, a call to embrace our personal journey, find our voice, vote, stand up for what we believe in, and to push us forward in creating a better world for ourselves and our children.

Our world is shifting and many things that we have known, or thought we knew, are already, or will be, falling away. How can we embrace this new era as an opportunity, to simplify and let go of those things that no longer serve us – the material obsessions, our sense of separation, our judgments and fear?

Endings create opportunities for new beginnings. Now is a perfect time to evaluate and make some major changes in our lives. We can choose to embody a new way of thinking, one that will encourage us to serve and support the community of humans that share our country and our planet. It’s a chance to live from our hearts in a deepening connection to others.

We have a new bottom line. We need to take responsibility, not only for our own lives, but also for the lives of the people we love and for those around us who are unable to take care of themselves. The concept of “we” doing it together is becoming more important than doing it all for “me.”

Who we are and what we do matters. We are the ones who can bring about real and lasting change using love as our currency.

And we may find that a shift to a world that is based on compassion, connection and community will be one that is worth being a part of – a world that we wouldn’t want to trade for the one we used to have, even if we could.

Love is the new currency


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