Happy Saturday, dear friends. As an empath and energy reader, I remember years ago struggling to go into public places. I used to get hit with walls of feelings, anxiety and the like, and at the time, I really didn’t know they weren’t my own feelings.
As time went on and I began to appreciate what was occurring, I would still get hit with these feelings and worked to use energetic protection to block them out. The energy would still be there, swirling, but I would be happy inside my bubble of love.
What I am realizing now, is that I can pump whatever energy I want to out into the field. Like putting up colored lights in a space, I can choose what type of overall energetic feel a space will have.
Instead of being a receiver, or operating in a neutral space, I can pump up the volume to my personal liking. It’s all good, because it’s my reality and I get to choose. I don’t specifically target the people in my space, to allow them their own free will choice of absorbing energy or not. I simply fill the space, and usually I fill it with love.
I did an experiment today at the grocery store. I flooded the space with happiness and joy. As I walked through the aisles, singing along to the music on the loud speaker, folks that I came into contact with were smiling back at me. Folks opened doors for others. Everyone was respectful and moved their carts to the side so others could get by.
When I left the store and was packing my car, a woman was walking and dropped something she had purchased. I turned around and picked it up for her, as she had an armful of bags. She simply lit up, and told me that was so kind.
She went on that not many people would do that for others. I replied that we are all here to help each other. She smiled with surprise, and then a look of understanding spread across her face. I feel certain she will remember that incident, and be helpful and kind to others when she can.
I am happy to say that my experiment worked, and I am sure every single one of you can do the exact same thing. I hope you try it and see that the more love and happiness you pump into the atmosphere, the more love and happiness you will experience.
Noticing a lot of positive change in the world. Business and government seem to be responding to the desires of a population that is waking up to focusing on what is good for the entire world.
The anti-austerity party Syriza succeeds in Greece and now the world watches.
In 2010, the European Union and the International Monetary Fund imposed strict austerity measures in Greece while implementing the country’s bailout. Since then, the unemployment has skyrocketed to 50 percent. While this effects the younger generation the most, older people have completely lost confidence in the old way of doing things. They have lost hope that their existing government could put the country back on the right track, and opened their eyes to new alternatives.
The left wing, anti-austerity, party Syriza entered this void, with a message of recovery and support for the suffering nation. They vowed to renegotiate the country’s debt, provide housing, medical and electricity for the unemployed, and get people back to work. Their slogan reads, “Greece goes forward — Europe is changing.”
The country came out in massive support of the anti-capitalist party during the recent general elections and won a significant victory. The new Greek Prime Minister will be party leader, 40-year-old Alexis Tsipras, and the party fell just 2 seats short of an outright majority in the parliament. They are primed and ready to get to work creating a new way of governing Greece.
Syriza has also made ties with the Spanish populist party Podemos, or “We Can,” which is poised to show a strong turnout in Spain’s general elections later this year. With talk of a “New European Deal,” swirling around the EuroZone, which involves infusions of cash and qualitative easing, or same old same old, this new populist, and staunchly anti-austerity Mediterranean coalition is certainly a big spot on the radar of policy makers.
The political world must take notice of these movements. As countries are pushed to the edge of survival, the atmosphere within them becomes ripe for new ideas, and alternative ways of addressing the needs of the people. Instead of beating the citizens down and further subjugating them, it opens their ears to new views and voices. At that point, anything is possible, and the old guard will have no choice but to rework their agenda, or face being left in the dust of history.
Pennsylvania state government to ban new gas and oil drilling leases on public lands.
I went to college in the US state of Pennsylvania. When I took a geology course, we had several field trips to the coal mining region of the state. Giant piles of slag and coal refining waste towered over many small towns. The rich land had been raped, with no thought of its impact on the natural world. As coal use has decreased in the US and oil and natural gas has come to the forefront of fossil fuel use, many states have looked to expanding their economies by leasing land to energy companies.
Recently, New York State, in response to citizen, environmental and activist positions, banned natural gas fracking throughout the state. Taking a page from New York, but not stepping out as far, the governor of Pennsylvania has banned new leases on public lands for oil and natural gas exploration. The move did not cancel existing leases, which provide a significant financial benefit to the Commonwealth, but mounting legal challenges from environmental groups and public outcry has the state reevaluating the sources of their revenue.
The state believes they can generate more revenue by promoting tourism to their national parks and creating markets for natural products. These areas are being explored by the state’s Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, which manages the mineral rights of state lands. While it is not an outright victory for our mother Gaia, at least it is a step in the right direction.
In Africa, the Eco-stove does more than just cook your dinner.
In Uganda, more than 28 million people do not have electricity, and there are a bit less than 38 million people in the country. Folks use charcoal and wood to cook and heat their homes, but this creates large amounts of acrid smoke which can have serious health effects.
Rose Twine, was born in Uganda and is both a business woman and an environmental activist. She has lived in both rural and urban settings within her homeland, and she knows how hard people struggle simply to put a simple meal on the table. In 2009 she teamed up with her brother to create a sustainable energy stove that would use solar power and re-heatable volcanic rocks instead of consumable fuel.
The Eco-stove frees up individuals from the countless hours of collecting wood for home use, and the expense of using charcoal. The stove can also be used to recharge cell phones, steam-iron clothing and even play a radio.
What is truly beautiful about this sustainable project, is that a young entrepreneur evaluated the needs of her fellow citizens and instead of trying to cram existing technology into their lives, she created an entirely new product that addressed all their needs. This type of platform will certainly become more prevalent as we build the new and more supportive world community.
Some FYI on a new Facebook option.
Many of our dear readers use the Facebook platform, and other social media outlets, to keep them up to date on what is going on in the world of alternative media. The use of social media has brought to light much information that has been suppressed around the world.
Recently Facebook initiated a new flagging procedure, to encourage readers to find “fake” news stories. InfoWars has put together a short video detailing the new procedure and how it could be abused to limit free speech.
We share it here for your information, and encourage you to continue to visit the sites where you receive your information directly, if you notice a significant decrease in their Facebook posting of pertinent articles.
That’s the news for today. Have a joyous day. I hope to see you back here tomorrow for some Feel Good News.
Be Well. Be Joy. Be Love!