A Course in Miracles Experiment (by Pam Grout) Day 111

Five minutes, twice a day.

In exchange for five minutes, twice a day, the Divine Universe will not only re-write all the old, outdated programming in your head, but will completely change how you see the world.

It’s a pretty darn small investment, with enormous returns.

Every moment you spend thinking about your blessings, your gifts, and about how incredibly amazing and wonderful the world is, helps speed the process.

You don’t have to know how it works.

You don’t have to spend any money.

You just have to commit to the process, and keep following through.

It’s a lot like “glacier mice”.  You know, those green balls of squishy moss that look like herds of tribbles (Star Trek) on some glaciers.

Glacier mice move.  They don’t necessarily move downhill.  They don’t move with the wind.  And, they move together, like a flock of birds or a school of fish.

Scientists are trying to figure out what makes them move, how they do it, when they move, and just what the living heck goes on with the little beasti ( which aren’t even beasties, technically, since they’re entirely composed of moss species).

No clues yet!

But it’s still true that they do move, they change direction, and they act collectively.

They only move a few feet each year.  And each year, when the scientists go back, the entire landscape is changed.

If we humans could act as one creature for five minutes twice a day, we could literally change the world.

Let’s change the world together, for the better!

We each start with ourselves.

We will rock you!


Photo by Ruth Mottram, courtesy of NPR
 With Grace and Gratitude, 

LeslieAnne

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