Today, let us notice, that it is what we focus on, that we experience. The choice of what we focus on is always, after all is said and done, ours to make. The more we focus on our thoughts, words and actions, on achieving the peaceful state, the more peaceful our experience will be. Equally so, the more chaotic our thoughts, words and actions, the more chaotic our minds, the more chaos we will experience. Today, let us practice making peace our focus. As we do so, as we see that what we focus on, we end up experiencing, we will start blaming the world less for how we feel, and start taking greater personal responsibility for our experience. Today, let us notice, that the more we make peace our conscious focus; the more it becomes our unconscious focus, and thus the more of our day and life it fills.
Today, to better understand, that it is what we focus on, that we experience, let us create our own personal peace workshop. Before any interaction, consciously remind yourself of your goal for today, by saying to yourself: “Above all else, peace is my goal in this interaction.” If you find someone being critical of another, do not judge them for their way of thinking; do not join them in their thinking, instead hold your brother or sister in light, and say a silent prayer of peace for him or her. Through your words, actions and reactions, help guide them to a place of peace. If your friend becomes sarcastic or says hurtful things, do not feed the negativity; again shift the conversation in the direction of your goal. Keep reminding yourself throughout the encounter: “Above all else, peace is my goal in this interaction.”
All glory to God.
Peace, Health, Happiness, Love, Laughter, and Light.
James Blanchard Cisneros
Author of the book “You Have Chosen to Remember”
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