New Thought Movement UK

"It is time for change and change begins with you"

Stop treating the symtoms and cure the disease.

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We, as an aspect of the human race seem forever doomed to be at somebody’s mercy. If it is not our white brothers. it’s society, if not society, it’s drugs, if not drugs, it’s (well we can always come up with something) it’s the government or the police.

It is apparent that we chose the same response every time. We do this in our individual lives and we do it collectively as a community and as a people.

Obviously the situation cannot change, neither can things ever get better until we are willing, not to treat the symptoms but to cure the disease.

who can forget the case of Trayvon Martin, killed February 26th 2012, and the many others named by Mrs. Sybrina Fulton in her open letter to the Brown family. This leading up to today’s case with the death of Micheal Brown in Ferguson Missouri. Yet we react the same way, we seem incapable of creating a solution for lasting improvement. A Black unarmed youth is killed, we protest someone or no one gets arrested, a few people get shot and injured in protest,  we put on our matching boots away and wait patiently for the next occasion to take it out again.

Police fire tear gas in the direction of where bottles were thrown from crowds gathered near the QuikTrip.

Apparently no one ask, why is this happening? What is the real cause? Instead we call on the police and the government and the church. We talk to the media and we create more fear in the community and sit back puffed up that we have done our part.

But what is the real poison brewing at the depth of the situation. It is fear. Every action taken by human beings is taken as a result of fear or love. It does not matter who the killer is. That’s just mathematics, and it change all the time. But the problem remains the same.

We as a people, because of lack of love for ourselves and for each other create and attract the fear full acts to our selves.

Remove fear from the community, increase the love, allow black men and women (because women are the mothers of tomorrow) to know and realize how important they are in the creation. Allow them to realize that they have the same opportunities as everyone else to rise up from whatever limiting situation the find themselves born into.

The human race is like the human body. every one of the trillion cells is important, has a specific function to keep the whole functioning effectively. Just like the world, every man, black, white, Indian, Asian, everyone has a part to play. a contribution to make. Teach that to the youth and you will see that a man with a purpose, a plan, a goal, a dream a reason for living, will not attract death unto himself.

It is time to look within for the solution. Are you at peace with yourself? Are you teaching and preaching love or hate?

Change you mind about the way you perceive things and the things you perceive will change. The great Martin Luther King Jr said this about riots and protest. ” The limitation of riots , moral question aside, is that they cannot win, and their participants know it. hence rioting is not revolutionary, but reactionary because it invites defeat.”

There are no observers in the the world. If you are not seeking peace you are creating war. If you are not speaking love, you are speaking fear, and fear will only create more fear. More fear means more death to innocent humans.  

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Author: New Thought Movement UK

I am Joyce. I was born in the Caribbean Island of Dominica with its unique three hundred and sixty five rivers and grew up in St. Lucia, listed by Oprah Winfrey as a must visit before you die. I moved to Northern Ireland in 2010. By 2013 my life was a disaster on all levels, financially, emotionally and career wise. I found myself working in a factory making peanuts and constantly feeling like I had let myself down, like I could do better, but I was not. My marriage was in shambles, the honey moon was long over. My husband had found his long desired parent hood outside of the marriage. We were six feet in debt. The gambling and alcoholic hobbies were now serious business. I was a mess. So I decided to fix my husband. I did not speak to him for twenty-one days. At the end of twenty-one days I realise that you cannot fix people, and, the only person that really needed to be fixed was me. I apologised to my husband, but during that period, I was fixed. I had found the internet, YouTube, Oprah Winfrey’s Super Soul Sunday, Soul to soul and Iyana Vanzant’s fix my life. I had cried more than I had never cried before. I had found myself. And my life began to change. On Saturday the 8th or March 2014, after taking my daughter to a school activity, I suddenly had the feeling that “this is it”. I was done raising my daughter. She was on her way and nothing would prevent her from achieving her goals. All I had to do now was taxi her too and throw, provide her spending money and enjoy the ride. This simple thought changed my life. Before that day, I never had money to give my daughter, even when I got paid I either had no change or something would come up. From that day I always had money to give her. When I got home that day, it was as if my book of life had opened up. And I was not being judged, but I was being given an opportunity to review my life. Though we are always thinking, every second of every minute of every day, only a handful of our thought determines the course of our lives. And I saw every thought that had brought me to exactly where I was in life. I saw the thoughts that had brought me failure and success in life. I saw that my first attempt at a juice business had failed because I thought I needed my friends to support my ideas and dreams. I saw that my real estate business had failed because I had listened to a stranger’s definition of me and had given in to my need for security over passion. I saw that my restaurant had failed because I did not want to be “told” what to do and thought taking advice was me losing control and independence. And I saw the exact day and time where this intense need to be independent and self sufficient was created. It was the day I visited my dad for the first time after fifteen years and he insisted on giving me money to pay for glass of breadfruit or plantain punch a young man had made for me. I had decided then and there that I would never depend on a man and I would always be able to take care of myself. That thought had from then plagued every relationship I had had with the opposite sex leading to the eventual destruction of my marriage. I saw the deep seated thought of me blaming my mother for years of neglect, for my lack of success had been wasted energy and I saw that she was not to blame and that there was a reason and a purpose behind my solitary upbringing. I saw the exact day when I was eight years old and I created the thought “I do not have a toothache” in the midst of severe pain resulted in me not having a toothache since then, even thought I was the prime candidate for it. I saw the thought of me wishing for my husband to have the baby he so longed for resulting in exactly that. I saw everything. I saw my life. And I saw that there was no God punishing me or rewarding me, but I was creating it all. Through my thoughts I was choosing the life and times I was experiencing and I saw that everyone else was doing the exact same thing. We were all unconsciously having thoughts that were creating the lives that we were experiencing. So I decided to change my thoughts, and my life changed. On that day the book would not close, the record would not stop playing. I felt an intense truth; I could be a writer, a poet, or anything I could imagine. Thought “I need paper”, but it was Saturday and I had to clean the house. As soon as I had that thought the book closed, the record stopped playing. I felt bereaved, empty as if a great gift had been taken away. I woke up the next morning and for the first time in my life I could not see past my window. The fog was as dense as a blanket. Then it started again. The record started to play, the book opened up and this time I decided I would write. I used my phone and sent messages to every woman in my WhatsApp contact list. Every time an inspiration began to play in my head, a scenario, a memory that could heal some one or heal me, I sent it out. Once I sent it out, it stopped. And so after three months I realise I had written and published my first book I called Phenomenal Women. I had become phenomenal. I had become a writer. And I recognised that all women are created phenomenal. Our thoughts not only create our lives, it creates the world around us. It influenced the people we attract to us, our parents, our partners, our children, our friends, our foes. Everyone we brought into our lives came in answer to our deepest thoughts about our selves. I release that my husband came into my life because of my deep thoughts of taking care of myself. I realised that a staunch rival had come into my life because of my deep seated thought that people were talking about me and she fulfilled that thought to perfection. I realised that my thoughts of fear had created diseases and that by changing my thoughts I was able to heal myself. I found out how deeply connected we were to the whole universe. How through meditation we could completely clear up the sky and create intricate cloud patterns. I realise how connected we were to plants, water, and every living thing on the planet. I realise that thoughts traversed the universe at the speed of light and can create amazing co incidences and synchronicity. I realise that nothing was independent of itself, but all was connected and one thing influenced the other and all things could be changed through changing of thought. I realise that this knowledge could change the lives of millions and change the world we are experiencing into the world we all dream off. A world that was free of diseases, where people realised that all illnesses were self created and could be healed simple by changing the mind; a world where we could completely eliminate hunger and poverty through compassion, sharing, and taking responsibility for each other; a world where war was a thing of the past, because we all recognised that peace was an internal thing, and true power was not power over other put power from within and that what we did to another we did to the self because we are all one. A world where words such as racism, sectarianism, islamophobia, homophobia, were all thing of the past, because we recognised that the right to be, was a birth right, ingrained in the human psyche. A world in which we knew with gut level certainty that God was personal thing, an internal thing, unique to each and every human being, and it was that thing that connected us to each other and to every thing in the whole universe; a world in which we knew that we were eternal. It was not an illusion, not an imagination, but a real possibility. It became my life purpose, my reason for existing. It became a movement. A new Thought Movement; a movement towards a world of joy, peace, and love; a movement towards a world where we take full responsibility for our lives and we use the power of our minds to change our world for the better; a movement towards change. Because: “It is time for change, and change begins with you!” https://www.amazon.co.uk/NEW-THOUGHT-MOVEMENT-UK-MANIFESTO-ebook/dp/B01D8XZUPA

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