Stay Strong

Stay strong in your beliefs. The media thinks it can tell you what you can do and what you can’t do. Do not listen. The media rarely tells the truth. It is best not to watch, read, or listen to anything the media has to say. Protect your mind and do not fill your mind with garbage. Limit your time on the Internet. Think for yourself. Don’t let anyone tell you what to think.

I never thought, in my life, I would write about a pandemic and human rights and freedoms. It’s so easy to feel scared. However, we can not be afraid – that’s exactly what the media wants (and the people behind the media).

There are several things you can do to stay strong. First, remember you are an eternal human being. Call on God or your teacher (Jesus, Buddha, Lao Tzu, etc.) to guide and protect you. Second, create a strong mind and a strong heart through meditation. You can train your mind to be calm and peaceful like a mountain lake. Let nothing shake you. And, third, you can stay strong by surrounding yourself with positive, like-minded people.

Remember there are lightworkers all over the world helping humanity.

Lake McDonald, Montana

Here is a centering visualization by Henry Fersko-Weiss:

For this visualization, sit with your eyes closed, so you can move more easily into your imagination. Start with a minute or two of breath meditation, then call up the image of a still pool of water – perhaps in a forest or near a mountain. Then visualize sitting at the edge of the water watching the surface. A frog jumps in the water, creating ripples that move outward in all directions from the plop of where it entered the water. Continue to watch the surface of the water, as the ripples slowly dissipate until the pool is completely still again. You, also, gradually become that stillness. Then, when you are ready, open your eyes and carry that stillness and the receptivity of the pool in your mind.

Namaste, world.