Abstract: Releasing the condition and continuity of war. Letting go of holding war as part of the human condition. Asking new questions. Changing the habit of making choices at point crisis rather than at point easy. Taking full responsibility for releasing the continuity of our own internal battle and tug of war. A list of things we can do to be part of releasing war from our inside out.
As we stand in awe awe and appreciation for our lives, we also find ourselves wrestling with the fear of war. Some of the greatest minds continue to ponder over the cause of war, the battles over personal power, resources, economic gain, safety, rebellion and revenge. Many scholars see war as a universal and ancestral aspect of human nature resulting from socio-cultural and ecological circumstances. Meanwhile, many feel it is part of the human condition. Studies show that most men do not want to go to war as it goes against their deep seated human morality. What if we embrace the possibility of ending war? What if we take 100% responsibility for releasing our own internal battle and tug of war? What if we make reconnecting with ourselves and our source our highest priority? What if stop using war as an excuse to live in fear, stress, guilt and holding back? What if we open ourselves to a new kind of peace and wellness that radiates from our inside out?
We know that what we resist persists as we witness war continuing to grow more and more destructive. While some believe that ending war is hopeless, many are rising up to bring forth a new context of living. With the understanding that beliefs are thoughts that we think over and over again, we know that we can re-think, feel and change the continuity of how we take action in our world. We know that that leaving the responsibility to others is not the answer. Meanwhile we struggle with questions like how can we find peace while holding onto guilt, shame, addiction and living in a world with so much violence?
How can we make change before war keeps growing into an even bigger crisis? The following are some of things we can do to release the addictive continuity of war…
(1) War is part of life.
(2) We have to fight for our freedom.
(3) There is not enough for everybody, so we must fight for resources.
(4) We need to get rid of the people we think are bad.
(5) Conditions must be perfect, right and done before we can have peace.
(6) Peace is not possible and history proves it.
(7) Letting go of war and resistance is dangerous because it could set us up to be at risk for being vulnerable.
(8) We must control and ourselves and others to have the resolutions we want.
Embrace the fact that war requires cultivating peace wherever we are right now. Knowing that everything is alright (all right). Appreciating where we are now, standing in the chaos and knowing each moment with pass as we focus on the resolution.
We can do it!
About the author: Crystal is a certified expansion guide with the Total Integration Institute, author, multidimensional coach and facilitator for the live event called Freedom at the Core. She is the instructor and coach for her online course called Freedom From the Inside Out. She draws from her own experience and the experience of the thousands of people she has worked with over the past 35 years. Crystal is known for the fun and empowering way she supports people in bringing forth the experiences they want in their lives.