June 27, 2008 | 2 Comments
You may have noticed the tag line I put at the end of my correspondence. It reads “Peace always begins with me!”
These are not just words, they are a statement of fact. No matter what situation I find myself in, peace always begins with me. When I walk into a room, no matter what’s going on, I am peaceful and that peace extends like a bubble around me. When I speak to people or even just sit near them, they become more peaceful too. Often remarkably so.
I am not the only person who has this effect on people. There are many long time ZPoint users who have noticed this phenomenon as well. It is important to understand that we are not affecting people in this way, it is the peace we carry inside us that does the job.
When you are peaceful inside, that peace can be felt by everyone you come into contact with just as the opposite is true. It is a palpable presence that you carry within you and that presence reaches out to others and affects them as well.
It has long been known and accepted that “as it is within you, so shall it be outside of you” If you are filled with upset and anger or resentment, you will attract those situations, circumstances and relationships that mirror that upset. Your life on the outside will be filled with a turmoil that merely reflects the turmoil already present within you. If you feel abused, you will notice only those experiencing similar abuse. If you are angry, you will constantly meet that anger in relationships or the circumstances and situations that trigger it. As it is within you, so shall it be outside of you.
The purpose of ZPoint is to help you stop the madness, the drama and the upset. It’s purpose is to give you a simple way to let all of that go and find inner peace.
Many people today are concerned with World Peace or Outer Peace. They look at the world and see only the violence, the mistrust, the anger and the resentment. They feel powerless to do anything about the current situation and in their powerlessness feel isolated and alone. To feel better about themselves, they join organizations believing that in working with others, in promoting the idea of Peace this will cause others to change. Those people will become more peaceful and the world will become more peaceful as a result.
I am here to tell you that this approach will NOT work. We cannot change the world by trying to change others. We can ONLY CHANGE OURSELVES. If this approach did work, we would be experiencing a far more peaceful world right now. As Dr. Phil would say “How’s that workin’ for you?”
Mahatma Ghandi said it best, “Be the change you want to see in the world”. This means that if you want a peaceful world, you must first become peaceful within yourself. Peace always begins with you and spreads outward. To say to another, “lay down your arms and find peace” without first feeling that peace within you, is the greatest of all hypocrisies. You are saying “Do as I say, not as I do”. They are merely empty words or actions. There is no power of truth behind them.
When you speak words of Peace and inside secretly think thoughts of anger or resentment, you perpetrate the very conditions you seek to change. First you MUST become peaceful within yourself and then your words and your very presence will have the power to change lives. Peace always, always begins with you.
If you are truly committed to World Peace, find that Peace within yourself first. My personal belief is that The ZPoint Process was specifically created to help you do this easily and with very little effort on your part. Over a very short period of time you’ll notice yourself becoming much more peaceful and relaxed about life, and this is a gift beyond measure.
All parts of your life will change for the better. You will be happier and you will see that happiness reflected in the faces around you. Remember, as within, so without. And the greatest part is, you don’t need to say a word. You become that Peace personified.
Peace always begins with you.
Practice your ZPoint everyday and become more and more peaceful within yourself. You will very quickly see the results of the Peace you carry as it powerfully affects your relationships and everything you touch. Be the change you want to see in the world. Be at peace with the world and the world will smile back at you.
Until next time,
Peace always begins with me
*If you haven’t already done so, consider purchasing my Nine Minutes to Bliss Program. It will help you to become the peaceful person you wish to be. Remember, you can change the world by changing yourself first.
*Special thanks to Z-Point Creator, Grant Connolly, for letting us post this wonderful article from his blog site: http://zpointforpeace.wordpress.com/
June 15, 2008 | 1 Comment
By Jeff Maziarek, author of Spirituality Simplified
The importance of doing what you love, is one that is embraced by virtually all of this era’s most prominent personal and spiritual growth authors. In fact, the adage “do what you love and the money will follow” is very commonly known, but just why is this so? In response to this question consider the following passage from Arnold Patent’s book You Can Have It All:
“When you choose to make doing what you love the core experience of your life, you move into alignment with the Universe. Immediately, the infinite supply of energy is available to you. You feel the aliveness that comes from having the unlimited energy of the Universe flow through you. This aliveness influences the energy signals you emit, and the people and circumstances that will support the continuation of your feeling of aliveness are attracted to you.”
Two-Things You Don’t Know About Your Own Mind That Could Be Keeping Your Prayers From Being Answered
June 4, 2008 | 4 Comments
If you think your prayers are answered sometimes, and not answered at other times, or that the answer to prayers is sometimes, “Yes,” sometimes, “No,” and sometimes, “Maybe,” then you need to consider at least one other possibility. Maybe you just don’t always pray effectively. Maybe there’s more than one way to think, or pray, and you just aren’t doing it…
June 3, 2008 | 2 Comments
Prayer is something people do to ask for, or give thanks for, a desire or a desired or favorable change. There are many different ways to pray; but they all involve thinking about what you want. People using the Law of Attraction are doing the same thing; they’re thinking about a desire, or a desired outcome, in the way they believe will give them the best chance of experiencing it. There are many different ways to look at the process of turning our thoughts into realities, or experiencing them in the physical world; but they all involve thinking about what you want.