Gandhi’s famous Dictum: Be The Change You Want to See in The World
From a quantum perspective that’s really it. Be the change you want to see in the world. Dr Quantum’s Blog has spent a lot of time pointing to the dark side; of humanity’s flawed persona and twisted psyche. Well we have a confession to make. All that negative projection we have been spewing forth is just that – a projection. Because you see . . .that’s all the identification with negativity can ever be because that’s not who we are. Follow? In the word’s of Neale Donald Walsch’s God . . .in order to experience that which you are you must experience that which you are not. I got dem ‘ol cosmic blues again for sure. Ganhdi’s famous Dictum is really the answer. Be the change. And sometimes, right before you make the jump into the hyper-space of change, it helps to take a good hard look in the mirror and see the ugly you. Scary stuff to be sure. The results . . . are amazing.
Be the change . . .It’s so easy to say, and it’s the greatest adventure you can go on – the adventure of self-transformation. Some would say it is a spiritual journey. Some would say hey . . .just focus on the what-is of your life. Fair enough. Maybe even a bit of both. One of Australia’s most interesting futurists Peter Ellyard, suggests in his book Ideas for The New Millennium that in terms of environmental and ecological transformative values we have the hard stuff of the built environment and we have the soft stuff of the personal journey – things like beliefs, visions and values. And as Ellyard and many others will attest, the soft stuff is really the hard stuff.
So if you want to save the world and you sense that who you are being is not the change you want to see in the world . . . then change. Easy huh? The problem is that we humans tend to have our blind spots. It’s not always easy to see who you are being. Hence they have all kinds of schools and techniques and motivational oscillators to help you shake your booty. It may therefore be useful to engage with some kind of transformative process. Which one? Good question. The answer is so simple and profound it will amaze you. The answer is: The process that works for you. As the advertising would have informed you already – Just Do It! Oh you want some ideas huh! You can see some of my favorites below. OK let’s see . . . and remember Gandhi’s famous dictum: Be the change you want to see in the world.
Anthroposophy in Australia (clik or search your local area for contacts)