Finding Peace with What Appears to Be

Thanks, Lucas!

So many people keep asking me how to stay positive without going into denial. I could write or talk on that topic for days, but this video offers some excellent suggestions, focusing on peace. If we’re at peace with the illusion, then we can receive and reclaim our creative power. I have another post percolating in the background, but it’s not quite brewed yet. Plus, I’ve got a busy weekend ahead, so I will leave you with these little reminders:

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  1. as usual you are right on target with something i needed to hear. 🙂 on my weary days, i really struggle with being able to tolerate knowing things others seem to ignore. i have felt a victim of illusion on these days, but truly knowing everything is illusion is liberating – in that we can use our own perceptions and energy to shape our world. doesn’t prevent me from getting pretty depressed when i am confronted with a sea of individuals who are media-soaked and laden with the toxins of the modern world.

    thanks for sharing your light!

    ~ella

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  2. Posted by laurabruno on June 12, 2012 at 1:14 am

    You’re welcome. Happy to help. Since we choose our illusions we might as well choose the good ones. 😉

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  3. Love the positivity! Do you have any “power of positive thinking” stories you’d like to share on my blog? (Links and credit given, of course.) Let me know! You can also email me at mollie at mollieplayer.com.

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    • Posted by laurabruno on June 17, 2012 at 1:34 pm

      Thanks, Mollie, you’re welcome to republish anything posted on here with a link back to the original article. I just write as I feel led, so whatever shows up is what I have to offer on that day, rather than sitting down to write something specific for another blog. Feel free to share, though. Blessings and thanks for stopping by! Laura

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