What if the unfolding of world peace actually begins with those of us who have discovered peace first coming together in peace?
Those who enjoy pointing to the realization of who we are and those who enjoy pointing to the integration of that realization and those who enjoy pointing to the mastery of the creative aspect of our true nature —all come together.
Those who speak using precise 'non-dual' terminology which bursts into pure understanding in those who hear it as well as those who share using concepts seemingly haphazardly yet with a precision which bursts into pure understanding in those who hear it—all come together.
Those who primarily point to truth through inquiry come together with those who primarily point to truth through the practice of being present in all actions without expectation for the outcome. And those who point to truth through devotion come together with those who point to truth through the integration and exploration of our creative energies. The 'Jnani Yogis' (and Yoginis) and the 'Karma Yogis' and the 'Bhakti Yogis' and the 'Kriya Yogis', as well as the many who are outside of those paths—all come together.
Although we may not resonate with some ways of pointing to truth, there is a big difference between dismissing a teacher in judgment and just noticing a non-resonance with a certain way of pointing. We see through the words to the essence of the one speaking them—their love and honesty and courage is honored.
Even though that vision of the gathering of us all together is a physical gathering, the spirit of the gathering goes deeper than the physical. This writing is an invitation across space for all of us within this growing awakening community to come together and to truly cheer each other on.
Together, as one, we can then, with honesty, 'ask' the world to come together.
And when we, as one, hold this 'asking' there is no telling what may unfold.
It is all very simple. Instead of seeing things imagined, learn to see them as they are. When you can see everything as it is, you will also see yourself as you are. It is like cleansing a mirror. The same mirror that shows you the world as it is, will also show you your own face."