The BP oil spill can be a great blessing in the long run, for humanity and our planet as a whole, as more people see the enormous benefit in switching to solar energy.
SOLAR PROGRAMS IN JEOPARDY
Yet state and federal programs that help people make the switch with renewable energy incentives such as solar rebates and a solar tax credit are in danger of being discontinued. Can you imagine? How counter-intuitive is that?
The organizations causing the problem are Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and only congressional representatives can get their attention. So Vote Solar is asking you to contact your Congressional representative immediately and ask that they fix this. [Read more →]
June 18, 2010 No Comments
A video from Dreamhealer may help you visualize Light, Love, and Healing going into the Gulf to restore it to its prior condition, before the bp oil spill.
As more people pray, bless the situation, bless all concerned, and visualize the Gulf being filled with Love, Light and healing, our collective efforts are bearing fruit.
Oil is being captured now, and I heard a clip on the news in which BP CEO Tony Hayward pledged that The Gulf will be restored to what it was prior to the explosion.
“We will get this done. We will make this right,” he said.
Let us rejoice that BP has the resources to 1) compensate everyone out of work because of the spill and 2) do whatever it takes to clean up the mess.
If you know someone who is criticizing BP, you might remind that person that there have been plenty of instances in which corporations and individuals have created terrible messes and just walked away from them or fought liability for them. Litigation takes decades and often ends in a settlement that is a fraction of the actual costs to clean up the mess.
Let us recognize that BP has pledged to do the right thing. BP isn’t running away here. So be grateful and send the company love and light – pray for the company – as you do so for all coastal residents and marine life.
Thanks to the power of spiritual reciprocity, the more love we send to the company, the more love will be returned.
So please continue to lend the power of your beautiful mind to the full restoration of the Gulf of Mexico.
June 7, 2010 No Comments
Here’s a radical idea for transforming the BP oil spill and the effects of the BP oil spill. You may see it as crazy, but try it.
Envision all that oil spewing out as love.
Yes, I know it’s a chemical soup that’s toxic, burns, and kills everything it touches. But that oil is God. Yes, I know it may sound counter to the usual response of blaming, raging and lamenting that is typical in a situation like this, but everything is God.
Everything is God. And that means the oil spill is part of God, and God can transmute it and create something good from it. [Read more →]
June 4, 2010 1 Comment
Are you furious at BP? Then you may not like what you are about to read.
We must stop separating ourselves from those who work for BP or seeing BP as an enemy.
We are all one. Whatever happens, no matter what any of us has done or not done – switched to solar, switched to smaller cars, turned off the electricity OR driven gas guzzlers, left all our lights on 24/7, considered environmentalists to be misinformed, etc. – we must put our ideas about each others’ shortcomings aside and, instead of focusing on them, pull together in Spirit to fix this.
Yet why do I suggest that all animosity toward BP be put aside? Why should you let go of your fury? Isn’t that letting BP off the hook? [Read more →]
June 3, 2010 1 Comment
God is All That Is. Yet it’s hard for most people to see God as both the beautiful Gulf and the BP oil spill. We have been taught that what is beautiful and good is God and what is ugly and troublesome is something else. Yet if God is, indeed All That Is, then it’s all one.
Clearly we would prefer a pristine Gulf to what we have today. So what kind of spiritual approach do we take? [Read more →]
June 2, 2010 3 Comments