The Law of Attraction dictates that your thoughts create your reality. The more emotionally charged these thoughts are, the more effective they are at manifesting events. Talking, writing, and lecturing about negative, fear-based, potential “doom and gloom” scenarios will only increase the likelihood that they will happen. Furthermore, it empowers the fear-based energy for the collective pain-body to feast on.
Here’s another way to look at your mind: Think of your thoughts as prayer. Every thought you have, whether it is positively or negatively charged, acts as a powerful prayer for you and everyone else living on this planet. The more you have healthy thoughts that promote, lift up, and inspire others, the more that is mirrored back to you. Conversely, the more unhealthy thoughts your thoughts are, such as those that come with doom and gloom conspiracy theories and “end of the world” scenarios, the more likely these thoughts will also be mirrored back to you as well. You are inviting them into your reality.
One thing I’d like to say about the conspiracy theorists that are out there (and there are quite a few). The pain-body always needs an enemy, a nemesis to project the ego’s accusations, condemnations, and judgments. Without a nemesis, there is no pain-body, no reason to get defensive, to “prepare for war.” Once that enemy is found, whether real or imagined, the ego tightens its reign over the mind. Then the march toward conquering that enemy becomes the ego’s new mission in life. And when the enemy exists just out of the reach of verification–as it does with conspiracy theories–this lays the foundation for a behavioral construct that is self-perpetuating, and very difficult to resolve.
Paranoia is only a symptom of a deeper, underling strata of ego-based fear. Because the mind is always chasing a “phantom enemy,” paranoia is one of the most difficult forms of shadow projections to heal. The conservative TV host, Glenn Beck, is an example of an individual who perpetuates these paranoia-based conspiracy theories which are at the core of his political activism. And the large audience of pain-bodies who tune into his commentary ravenously feed on whatever Glenn Beck has to say because it ignites the passions–not of the heart–but of the brain-based emotions that are stimulated by the fear of one’s very own survival.
Instead of promote conspiracy theories, the Next Human will observe what needs to be changed and with egoless, emotional detachment, move peacefully toward changing it. Spending countless hours complaining about what the Illuminati may or may not be doing and promoting “doom and gloom” theories that are based on supposition and speculation only serves to add more “fuel to the fire” and intensify the fear-based consciousness. Even if some of these theories are true, promoting them ad nauseam doesn’t solve the problems that the theories allude to. What it does do, however, is create a phantom name for the collective pain.
Personal Life Coach, Jason Lincoln Jeffers is the founder of The Art of Transformation, a company dedicated to teaching Self Realization to the world. His Personal Life Coaching practice uniquely synthesizes spiritual wisdom with ego transcendence, wellness coaching, predictive astrology, pain-body counseling, heart-brain manifestation, and relationship coaching.