The teachings of the Spiritual Masters say our outer world reflects the inner world of everyone. Similarly, the outer world impacts our inner world. We may feel helpless to stop the war in Ukraine or conflicts in other parts of the world, but we have control of our inner world and can stop the conflict within ourselves. Mahatma Gandhiji said, ‘We must be the change we want to see in the world’. We must do what we can with what we have in our control to make the change we want for ourselves and our world. By changing our inner world, we can change our little piece of the world.
If we want peace in our world, we must make a conscious effort to bring peace into our hearts, minds, thoughts, words, and actions, and in so doing bring peace into our little piece of the world. Living consciously means stepping into our inner power and taking responsibility for our thoughts, words and actions. When we understand how to access this inner power within, we can co-create the life we desire for ourselves and our families. This inner power has been recognized in many ancient traditions as feminine with name and form.
On March 8th, annually we celebrate International Women’s Day globally – yet still there is gender inequity in the world.
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