What is a conscious world, anyway?!
So many of us dream of a better world. A peaceful world; with no more wars. A world where there is no suffering and destruction.
But how many people actually believe that it’s possible?
That's the first thing we need to look at as a collective. If we have already made the conclusion that it’s not possible, then we will never be able to receive what it would take to make it so.
A conscious world is one that has no judgment, no conclusions, and no computations about what’s good or bad; right or wrong; better or worse. A conscious world would be one where people function from what is, rather than the fixed points of view of judgment that create polarity and charge. Consider how many of our wars and arguments are simply two parties literally and figuratively ‘fighting’ for the rightness of their point of view (and about what they consider to be right).
Now consider what it would be like if we operated from more consciousness in which everything was included with no judgment. If people, countries, leaders, etc. were in allowance of each other, then there would be no need to fight for or defend the rightness of their point of view.
Consciousness is the ability to be present in your life in every moment, without judgment of you or anyone else. It is the ability to receive everything, reject nothing, and create everything you desire in life - greater than what you currently have, and more than what you can imagine.
Founder Gary M. Douglas, and co-creator of Access Consciousness, Dr. Dain Heer expand on what a conscious world would be like and what it would take in this short video below.
I love the 4 questions that Gary invites us to ask as a quick and practical way to contribute to a more conscious way. Dive into the video and in the first few seconds, he’ll share them.
What would it take for us to operate from more conscious awareness and allowance?