Monday, September 19, 2005

Katrina: Did Fox Impact Her?

Sometime, you might take a look at The Power of Your Subconscious Mind by Joseph Murphy.

It was the first stepping-stone in my quest, which began nearly twenty-five years ago, to get a handle on what is really going on in what we call "reality."

There are people who discount prayer and the idea that we can affect reality through what we think.

"Magical thinking" is the derisive term applied to the idea that we can have an effect on the world around us through what we think.

There is a fear - and it is legitimate - that if we start believing that we create everything with our minds, then we may think we don't have to pay attention to what's actually happening - like global warming - but think we can just "wish it away" while we continue to spew toxins and heat into our atmosphere.

There's a fear that people will get it in their minds that we don't have to stop spewing garbage into our atmosphere or conserving energy because we can just "fix" all these problems with our minds without taking any action.

And there's the joke about the man who prays to God to win the lotto, but never buys a ticket.

This is true magical thinking and nothing could be further from the truth.

Miracles require thought and prayer as a basis, but they also require the courage to act on the impulses we get, follow our dreams and get our hands dirty in creating a better world.

"Magical thinking" as I've described it above, however, is not quite the same thing as finding out that we live in an energy universe in which the energy of thought impacts the world around us and that there is an actual cause and effect.

The self-fulfilling prophesy, a phenomena that countless people have experienced, is anecdotal evidence of the fact that our thoughts affect our lives.

It would follow, therefore, that a collection of people all thinking the same thing could create a self-fulfilling prophesy for the collective.

Is it that big a jump to then consider that with a natural phenomena, like a hurricane, that our fears about it can influence how big it gets or where it hits based upon our most deeply held beliefs?

I wondered about that recently when a fellow blogger informed me that FOX had broadcast a movie in August in which a category 5 hurricane hit New Orleans and destroyed her.

Did that movie embed the minds of millions of people with the images similar to what we have seen this month, helping them to come true?


For this is the nature of collective consciousness. What we put in - all of it - has an effect.

That is why people like Wayne Dyer and Deepak Chopra, Caroline Myss, Louise Hay and so many others are working hard to get the word out:



Quantum mechanics explains how this is possible, but of course it is still a theory and the packets of energy about which it theorizes are infinitesimally small, being the theorized building blocks of everything in the material world.

But you know something funny? Scientists all operate out of theory. There are many things we take for granted that are just "theories" but seem to be true because we've found they work.

It's said over and over that air flight can't be proved, as a theory, but we see hundreds of planes in the sky every day.

The Mid-West saw a spate of tornados after the movie Twister came out that was unprecedented. Was that coincidence?

Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans after Fox's film was aired. Was that coincidence?

Those that insist these and countless other events are just "coincidences" do so because they are scared to death. They are scared to death of the responsibility that comes when you realize your thoughts, along with the thoughts of everyone on this planet, create everything around you.

But if we can get this lesson, understand it and begin filling our minds with thoughts that will create a reality that we actually want to see, this lesson will be the first step to creating heaven on earth.


Through wisdom is a house built, and by understanding it is established. Proverbs 24:3

Bring into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ.
2 Corinthians 10:5

Peace and Light,



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