Patricia Singleton, Contributing Author, writes about how she used the Ultraviolet Beam on October 17, 2006 as an opportunity for a Day of Instant Manifesting -- in a big way. Read Patricia's original article about this phenomenon : Talk About Instant Manifesting
Ultraviolet Beam Update Tuesday, October 17, 2006 was a wonderful day of conversations with my husband and a couple of friends.
In the morning, I tried explaining the importance of the day to my husband -- who doesn't share most of my beliefs. I told him to focus on having good thoughts about himself and his business and the book that he wants to get published in the near future. I told him that what we each thought about would be multiplied one-million-fold.
In the evening, I meditated and talked with three friends about what we each wanted to manifest for ourselves and our world. We talked about healing and prosperity. We envisioned the world, with the ultraviolet beam coming down and connecting each of us though our heart chakras with every living person in the world. I felt joyful and expectant.
Did this change me? Yes, I am a more grounded, centered person who knows who I am and what I want from my life. I am more confident that I will achieve my purpose in life. The Universe has put new friends in my life to help me accomplish that purpose. Circumstances are happening to guide me in the direction that I need to be going. Books are literally jumping off of shelves at me. Classes that I need are being offered to help speed my spiritual growth along the way.
Did this ultraviolet beam change my world? Yes, because as one individual changes and grows, we all change and grow.
Is there less violence in the world? Probably not.
The change comes through me in that I am watching it less and less on TV. I am not hiding from it and I don't have to allow it into my world. I cannot watch certain TV shows that I used to enjoy. I am so sensitive to the violence that I can no longer condone the shows that spread the message of sex and violence to our children. What a change there would be if more people stopped watching these shows.
Is this a big change, no. Not all change has to be big to make a difference.
I still have to get up every morning and go to work with my husband. My children still call home with little and big emergencies. Soldiers are still getting killed in Iraq.
So what has changed in my world? Me and how I react to the world.
According to Patricia Cota-Robles[eraofpeace.org], we will continue to be empowered by our exposure to the Ultraviolet Beam for quite some time to come. She says,
"You are the open door that no one can shut."
Let go of the past and live in the NOW. Patricia C. Singleton