How Do We Bring Quantum Activism into Our Daily Life? Part 1/2
The way we co-create the building of a New World is to identify and embrace our creativity, then launch ourselves from that creative place, from that living stream, that connection to Source. Being ‘in the zone’ is like being fed with a high octane love of life. Many of us have spent a lifetime pushing away that inner call to do what our Soul wants to express. Perhaps it’s time to look our Soul in the eye, and reach out to embrace our ‘inner muse’ or the ‘song of our soul’.
When we are being truly creative – from our soul level – we move, says Amit Goswami, from a “do, do, do” lifestyle to a “do-be-do-be-do” way of being. In other words, we live from the ‘inner fountain’ that doesn’t run dry. This is what dissolves the duality and introduces us to the FLOW of One Life, One Love.
And, I might add, it doesn’t happen from sitting in our chair and “om-ing” two hours a day. Om-ing is great, I lived in an ashram for many years and meditated hours a day. I still meditate daily. But quantum activism means knowing when to get out of our meditation chairs and bring the fruits of our meditation and our quantum consciousness out into the world to join Source in co-creating a new, quantum society. Do-Be-Do-Be-Do. It’s knowing how to keep the balance of inner-outer, so we can thrive through the heavy lifting that building the New World often calls for.
What we need do is get in touch with our own quantum self, know how to access our creativity, then bring that creativity into the arenas that we frequent and have natural connections with — our relationships, our work and profession, the businesses we frequent, our education connections (the schools we or our children attend), our finances and banking, our healthcare.
1. If you’re internet savvy , join forums, discussion groups, chats, social networks that focus on quantum or high spiritual principles. It’s very helpful to have a group or community of like-minded people with whom you can share your awakening consciousness. Sometimes those closest to us – spouse, children, siblings, parents, relatives – are on different ‘wavelengths’ and may ridicule, dismiss, or ignore our awakening consciousness. (If only I had a dollar for each time one of my relatives called me a ‘weirdo’ because of my ‘out of the box’ thinking!) Being part of a like-minded group where we are affirmed and supported, where we can speak and share freely without judgment or condemnation, allows us to safely and enthusiastically explore our higher consciousness and issues like ascension, disclosure, first contact, free energy, and the like.