He talked about the nitty-gritty of inner peace, what perpetuated conflict, and how to exit the dualities that underpin it.
He asked us not to allow those who wish to rebuild the old Third and perpetuate war to influence our lives. There’s no profit or gain in that.
Peace is breaking out upon our planet, he advised. He cited the Korean movement towards peace as a common willingness to find a middle ground where the people could come together and thrive.
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Are people looking forward to the dream that’s to be fulfilled or are they looking back?
He cited Benjamin Netanyahu as an example of someone who’s looking back, rather than the forwards that would be necessary to base peace on.
What can we do? Make peace with ourselves.
So many of us have hurts, he said, which have turned into core issues or vasanas and we’ve tucked them away as if they’re our prized possessions, our crown jewels.
How can we find peace if we haven’t found forgiveness of ourselves and others?
We need to make our hearts demilitarized zones. Steve: We need to renounce the resort to conflict, force, and violence.
Archetypes of peace and love are embedded in our consciousness, he said.
He went on to describe the solidity, stability, and substantiality of peace. With peace as our base, we can move outwards, upwards, downwards, backwards and return to peace again.
A very substantial meal today. Come join the feast.