Japan's Earthquake: How You Can Help
Deliberate Creators, here’s another chance to walk the talk by choosing a powerful positive focus of attention.
If you heard the news about Japan’s 8.9 earthquake and devastating tsunami, you also know of the widespread distress, fear, and grief inspired by these events.
It’s left many bystanders across the globe feeling helpless.
But we know better.
We know the power of thought, and we know how to train our thoughts for good.
So I’m inviting you to deliberately find and hold thoughts that feel better.
Whatever thoughts those are for you.
In doing so we create a grounded platform of centered well-being for our planet and friends affected by the quake.
In fact, it may be helpful to share some of our better feeling thoughts here, for the benefit of those who might be having trouble finding them on their own.
If you’ve ever been in a panic and felt the benefit of someone else’s calm support, you know what a gift it is when someone shows up with the “everything is going to be okay” vibe. It’s our turn to flow that for those who could use support.
Instead of being swept up in potential turmoil and alarm; and instead of turning our back to it altogether (although if that’s the better feeling thought for you – go for it!) – let’s entertain the words and images of well-being for our planet and her inhabitants.
Everything is going to be okay. In fact, that might be my better feeling thought right there.
And for anyone who’d like a refresher, here’s Abraham on the topic of natural disasters: