I was on a Park and Ride bus into York yesterday and looked over the shoulder of a lady sitting in front of me reading the Metro newspaper. I was saddened to see that every headline or title of a story was always bad news.
One person was having an affair, one had stolen a lot of money, one headline reported on the continuing terrorist threats whilst another was about a mother whipping her son! It went on but thankfully she decided to get off the bus early and left the newspaper on the seat. I did a clearing so that the next person sitting there wouldn’t pick up on her left behind emotions.
Can someone tell me where all the good news has gone? It must be out there but you never read about it in the tabloids. We are kept in fear by the government, the press, the television companies etc. The same topics are then discussed over and over again in pubs, café’s, restaurants, work, schools and so on.
They always say that bad news sells papers…isn’t that a real shame and a damning indictment on how people live their lives, feeding off the day to day disasters in the world.
Perhaps we should start posting ‘five good things that have happened to me today’ or this week on Facebook?
It may be a very simple list like:
1 I woke up this morning
2 The sun was shining
3 My next door neighbour smiled at me
4 I’m meeting up with friends tonight
5 A Goldfinch just landed on my window sill
It doesn’t need to be complicated, just five simple happy thoughts or things that have happened to you today. Let us all send emails and texts with a cheerful positive message or perhaps to contact friends that you haven’t spoken to for a while with a ‘Just thinking of you’ message.
Then post good thoughts onto Twitter and Facebook. (I have three sites if you would to join me: Adrian Incledon-Webber, Dowsing Spirits and Spiritual Dowsers).
The more that we can send out these beneficial messages it will help raise the vibration of the Planet, the higher the vibration the lighter our world will become. We can’t stop terrorism overnight but if we keep a positive attitude and keep looking at the miracles that occur around us each day then who knows what we can do long term!
I would also request that we all send good thoughts to those friends, family and relatives that need our help. Physical and mental illness is all around us and by purely visualising a person’s face in your mind will automatically send them healing.
I hope that you all have a wonderful build up to the Festive season and wish you all the best for the forthcoming Winter Solstice, only a few weeks to go before it starts to get lighter in the evenings.
Adrian x x x
PS The sun is shining on the fields and hills here in The Dales, the birds are having a feeding frenzy and wow, it is good to be alive.