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Posts Tagged ‘recession

The entire globe has been touched by the unease that hangs over the economy right now. If we are not struggling financially personally, we know someone who is. If we have not lost our job, we know someone who has lost a job. If our company isn’t struggling to stay afloat, we know another company that is in that situation. A feeling of uncertainty lurks around. From an economic wellness perspective, the entire world is experiencing a reset of how life is organized on the planet. For a great majority of the almost seven billion persons around the world, life is not happy, peaceful, safe nor barely prosperous.

Nobody really knows what is going to happen in the days to come. Even the brightest economists and people who would be considered experts are really just guessing when it comes to what will take place and the fix.

A general dictionary defines recession in many ways like, “A period of an economic contraction, an extended decline in general business activity, a general slump in every business that will last several months or years” and so on. Recession is a time when stock markets go haywire, jobs get cut worldwide, best practices become worst practices, time for blame games, etc. And, not to be left behind, the media and management gurus also go bonkers with their own theories of why things failed, whose heads should roll, who should be lynched, statistical gymnastics, etc.,

During such times you may ask, why on earth do best practices that gave abundance and happiness till now suddenly become worst practices? For this people may say it is because the universe is a random, chaotic, dance of meaningless happenings. This may seem true, because we see several personal disasters that just don’t make sense. But, on an overall scale, underneath all the chaotic occurrences there are hidden reasons and purpose to all things that happen around.

Because the basis of all life is energy, the issues, conditions and realities of one person affects the energy and reality of all others. More importantly for our discussion about an economic recession, the financial situation of the majority must always affect the whole.

Thus it becomes of utmost importance to start “RE-VIEWING” ourselves. We all need to start taking responsibility into looking deeper within our own belief patterns which add to the “collective unconscious”.

Where am I responsible for creating the recession?

The collective unconscious, originally defined by Carl Jung, refers to a segment of the deepest unconscious mind. As opposed to the personal unconscious, which is composed of long-forgotten memories and experiences, the collective unconscious consists of archetypes that represent an inherited set of beliefs and understandings. These archetypes exist to varying degrees in all humans. Many believe that over time, the collective unconscious evolves and changes to incorporate new information that is globally recognized and accepted.

If the financial and economic structure that societies support and use does not serve the majority of human beings in those societies, the structure can exist only as long as mass consciousness begins to shift.

Shift in consciousness requires that we as a majority start to transform our own individual beliefs around money, abundance, worthiness etc.,. We all need to look at the “shadow shit” inside us. We need to review our own thought patterns. The moment a shift in consciousness questioning the validity and authenticity of structures that do not serve the majority occurs, change is afoot.

” Everything is an organic whole. Even a tiny blade of grass affects the sun and the sun affects the little blade of grass.”——OSHO

The 100th monkey principle stems from the story about the Japanese islands. Researches saw one very talented and brilliant young female monkey who learned how to  wash the sand off her potatoes and then she taught this to her young ones.

After a certain number of monkeys (approx.100) had learned to wash their potatoes in the stream, the researchers began to see monkeys on other islands who had no communication with the original batch of monkeys begin to wash their potatoes before eating. This came to be known as the 100th monkey principle.

Similarly as per the above mentioned theory when we humans start taking responsibility of working on ourselves then a concept or belief that is embedded in the morphogenetic field of the Universe starts to shift also.

Morphogenetic fields are basically non-physical blueprints that give birth to forms. According to its founder, the biologist Rupert Sheldrake, a morphogenetic field, is an equivalent to an electromagnetic field that carries information only, not energy, and are available throughout time and space without any loss of intensity after they have been created. Morphogenetic fields are created by the patterns of physical forms. They help guide the formation of later similar systems where a newly forming system “tunes into” a previous system by having within it a “seed” that resonates with a similar seed in the earlier form.

Morphogenetic fields can be used to describe how the human consciousness is shared. The Morphogenetic fields therefore play the main role in the idea that humanity at one point in time will go thru a dramatic collective shift in consciousness.

A shift that will happen when the critical mass for a shift is reached, or in other words, when the current economic recession is but one phase in a series of many re-settings to bring reality into alignment with evolving consciousness.

This process will result in focused, creative energy being directed to imagining then implementing real, practical and out-of-the-box solutions to solve the common problems that affect billions of persons all around the world.

Thus we are the ones who need to create that resonance within us so that it ripples through the globe. Thus shifting the recession consciousness into one that is harmonious, abundant, joyful, and whole.


1. Focus on the solution because what you focus on expands. Thus surrender to the current situation and then make a choice to shift your own reality. Focus on positive thoughts that help in generating money.

2. Stop living in “poverty consciousness” and make a new choice to shift to ” Abundance consciousness”. Remember the principle of the Law of Attraction.”You will attract exactly  what you believe in.

3.Do not allow yourselves to be sucked into the world beliefs of lack and scarcity.  Stop yourselves when you feel negative thought patterns occurring. Stop victimising and getting stuck in history.

4. Raise your inner vibrations through visualising and feeling exactly what you wish to create in your life. Do this all throughout the day for a minimum of  one minute each time. Spread this out to several intervals. Possibly do this as much as 10 times a day.

5. We need to be present and grounded for the Universe to support our deepest desires and assist us in our life’s foremost creation and passion.

There are many techniques for becoming grounded, relaxed, trusting of ourselves, and in the present moment in our bodies, which also lead to building energy within to sustain growing wealth and expansion in our lives.

Remember, ultimately the Universe is synonymous with infinite abundance and we have been created perfect and whole, a part of the abundance present everywhere.

Being in a state of lack does not do anybody or the Universe any good. We are here to share and lead by example by being a shining light!

A great place to start is by celebrating all of our successes and by expressing gratitude at every possible moment for being alive. This will bring more prosperous energy our way.

Initiate self shift to ripple outer shifts.

May we all awaken to a world of abundances at all levels of our being.