Inconsequential Spirituality Celebration for Earth Day
It’s time for Spiritualist to celebrate Earth Day. So, climb your mountain, find a comfortable place and meditate. God loves those who meditate, better yet, God loves all those who create. After many years studying the realms of Spirituality and its psychology, I find that most people who claim to be Spiritual are too complacent, comfortable and avoid confrontation. Call that soft peace or inconsequential living, so to speak. Just hanging around and not getting involved may be the easy road.
A dear author friend of mine, Nicole Christine, shared her insights on this. She professed: there are two kinds of Gods: the God of Being or ISIS [as in the verbs “Is” twice], and the God of doing or DoDo God. Exemplifying both carries a momentous persona. Needless to say, this is seldom the case. So many people concentrate on either side of that spectrum. I find an abundant number of people who just want to be about good things, and try to heal others.
On the other side of that spectrum, I find the DoDo God people constantly create, fill time and manifest something relevant into humanity. It would be improper to judge, but the observations reveal a subtle truth: we are creators, a God of our own Being, here on Planet Earth to enlighten her—The Mothership.
I love and practice meditation, which drives my creative pursuits. To embrace this gorgeous planet with your creative gifts far out ways you sitting in Nature praying to It. Walking as a meditation is fine…active meditation is living. It sparks our peace and stimulates our creativity.
I knew one of the sponsors of the “Peace Quilt” made back in the late 1980’s. She still expresses her joy for the achievement. Can you express your joy from your previous meditation? Creation?
Holding hands around the world and showing solidarity excels the notion of being a Spiritualist. Working for the Sierra Club and putting your passion to work can be honorable. Donating to an environmental cause, equally so. Volunteering at the local soup kitchen can bring backaches, and laughter with your work peers.
I find many inconsequential Spiritualist just hanging in there, become workshop junkies, so to speak. You are your consequences. You are the filler of time; the seed of thought that changes the world.
Are we not bearers of truth? Are we here to steer the Earth into Creative Unity and Peace? Are we here to hold hands and love our neighbor, and to teach…expand…evolve into something bigger. Believe that or not, this could very well be our Soul’s primary agenda. And meditation does help that cause.
I know so many seniors who admire the Higher Realms, yet slow to incorporate aspects of their Higher Realms into their daily behavior. For most who have settled into the past and shed off any form of risk, generated more heaviness behind them, whereas change becomes a burden.
On the other hand, I know so many young people—millennials and pre-millennials— who have turned on the gas to achieve their many wants, without knowing the potential of its consequence. As a senior with technical competencies, I marvel witnessing how these generations can digitalize themselves into the future. Smart phones, smart watches, and Internet savvy propel these folks beyond our grasp and values. The speed at which they do their thing stuns me.
So what are you going to do on Earth Day? Meditate, Create, or become Consequential. Though all three are attributes, how aware are you when in each situation? Can we have a conversation with The Mothership? Offer her an embrace, create beauty, defend Her Truth. She’s a Silent Goddess. She knows Her role while fulfilling Her destiny. Earth offers us the intelligence of survival and harmony. Provides a place for gravity to serve us.
Earth! Transpose the “h” to the front of the word and you get Heart! “Happy Earth Day”
Have Fun, Peace, and Health,
Copyright© 2017 Robert V Gerard
Photo credit: The World According to Craig Applegarth
Robert V. Gerard brings 49+ years experience in Senior Management, Financial and Marketing. He currently serves as a Senior Partner within Green Way Pavements directing Financial, Marketing and Training Operations. Previously Dr. Gerard was the publisher of Oughten House Publications. He keeps a super positive attitude and enjoys presenting information to enlighten individual pursuits in both personal and business sectors. Dr. Gerard’s educational and professional qualifications include AAS (Associate in Applied Science) in Civil Engineering Technology; B.S. in Social Psychology; M.S. in Human Resources Management; and a, Doctorate in Metaphysical Philosophy and Spiritual Ps