How we look at the Gulf oil spill event depends on how we see ourselves and our own capability (or incapability). In general, it’s not a pretty picture. Mainstream and “independent” pundits all vie to be the first to tell you the latest information on how bad things really are that “isn’t being reported.” Okay, so now they’ve brought you the new latest worst information, what do you do? In their zeal to inform you through fearful lenses, they contribute to the likelihood of the feared outcome.
Since the worst has not happened, there’s no guarantee that it will. However, this is a great opportunity to give some thought and energy to potential desired outcomes imagined, and imagined.
What if what eventually happens in the Gulf, as it is in life, was a result of how we imagined it? Does it absolutely have to be one way or another? It will be one way. In other words, we will experience one outcome. However, does that mean that the other did not happen, since some people will have imagined it? Or does it mean that each individual experiences what he or she most relates to?
I ask the question because if we live in a realm of infinite possibility, which I believe that we do, then all potential outcomes are viable, and equally in potential. Determining what will be doesn’t have to be a popularity vote either. We tend to be oblivious to the contribution that our suggestibility may make to the actual unfolding of certain events. They happen in what appear to be a linear progression, like dominoes tripped along a very specific line. However, I believe that the choice, fueled by our beliefs, determines the line of outcome. In spite of what the pundits say, this is a great time and place to put our heartfelt feelings to work.
Now, more than ever, is it time to choose the Gulf outcome you most relate to. I see bioremediation in the Gulf’s future, which will safely accelerate the normalization process. I also see the hemorrhaging of oil stopped. While I’m aware that other methods that haven’t been tried are available, I don’t have to know how it happens in order to see it resolved, and feel the relief.
In spite of what the pundits say, the volcano under the Gulf of Mexico doesn’t have to erupt. The pressure can be relieved. The coastlines do not have to become dead zones. Although we may have a clue, we don’t really have to know or care how. Instead of being sure that it is impossible (as some scientists will resolutely assert), we would allow that our desired outcome is possible. All we would do, as conscious creators of our experience, is imagine the outcome of our heart’s desire already done.
Furthermore, we don’t need to amass power through numbers. No need to tie the success of this exercise to indiscriminately enlisting or recruiting others… especially disbelieving ones. No need to convince anyone of anything. Simply imagine life as we would most joyfully see it, sending that wave of information and energy out through our hearts.