I spent yesterday cleaning inside, and pulling weeds outside. I have noticed many times working outdoors the sun will come out and get brighter as I am working, or cool off behind a cloud instead if that is what is needed. Anyway it felt exquisite to be outside working among the dirt and plants. The plants and trees also release oxygen and that is quite wonderful to be around. The air is not pristine, but not too smoky either.
As with all the changes happening in the world, there is no option but to go along. Then as we have treated ourselves and others, we reap the results. Once we have cleansed all past impressions from our awareness, we no longer have any unfortunate events trailing or leading us, so we can begin for the first time in many lives to truly act independently.
What this means is we can make fast permanent progress in our lives and the lives of others. The work is sometimes difficult and challenging, nearly overwhelming, but at the end of the day, we prevail, always. It is something learned through both experience and wisdom, so that the next task we take on, no matter what it is, can be faced with confidence.
Living Brahman, everything resolves to completion, Cosmic life. No half-measures or ineffectual actions. The process begins with having a clear singular thought, and simply moving towards it. Nature organizes such activities for success, as this is our intention and we can work in perfect partnership with the Cosmos, both being of the same mind, working with the same perceptions and abilities.
With this unbridled ability to get anything done, it behooves us to choose our largest and deepest desires for fulfillment, including dealing with anything that stands in the way. Frequently, just a little time will solve the problem. Our thoughts are sufficiently powerful that once the goal is set, life configures itself for success, every time.
So if there is torrential rain or fire and our heart wishes for clear skies, it happens. Nothing can stand in the way of Cosmic intention. A peaceful and harmonious world for both humanity and nature is not asking for too much. 🙂
~ All Glory to Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Sri Brahmananda Saraswati, and all of the Saints of the world ~