7 Elements that create an environment of well-being:
- Survival – The Economic System
- Body – The Health Care System
- Mind – The Education System
- Spirit – The Religious System
- Family – The Workforce
- Community – The Environment
- Humanity – Extreme Poverty
7 Objectives that unify rather than divide:
- Financial Well-Being – Stabilize Basic Needs
- Physical Well-Being – Motivate Self Care
- Career Well-Being – Develop Life Purpose
- Emotional Well-Being – Expand Consciousness
- Social Well-Being – Unify Relationships
- Community Well-Being – Sustain Abundance
- Global Well-Being – Heal Humanity
7 Steps to build from the inside out:
- Gather Concerned People
- Establish Hubs
- Define Core Values
- Define Global Concerns
- Create a Screen
- Create Teams
- Design a Supportive Environment
Elevate the Energy of the Planet
The Energy Scale
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Staying Positive in a Negative World
Global Well-Being offers The Energy Scale as a tool to teach the ancient secrets of the human heart all in one view. It will teach the reasons why morality is so important. It will teach the law of attraction, the power of unity as well as emotional well-being in one glance.
The rows of words on this worksheet will illustrate the pathway to world war and to world peace. We can use this worksheet as a kind of tool of measurement using the scale on the left side of the page. Just my pondering on the words on this worksheet we can preach a thousand sermons in any number of religions. These are concepts we can all agree on.
From Serving Self to Serving Others
Notice The rows are color-coded to match seven elements of well-being. Survival is in the middle of the page at number 1. As our needs are met on one row we move up to the next. Finally, at the top, we find world peace, a restored planet and well-being for all when the needs of the entire global family are met on all 7 levels.
The bolded words on the right side of the page show the results of elevating your energy to that level of well-being. The words on the bottom half of the page take you down the opposite path. Stress can lead to anger. Anger can lead to division and intolerance, leading to rage and violence.
We find ourselves at the bottom where no needs are met on any level for anyone, poverty, destruction and war.
Notice the blue meter going up the left side of the page. It is divided into four quarters illustrating the difference between power vs force. The most important use for this scale is to see how to understand our own thoughts, attitudes and activities and understand where they are leading. Are we languishing in pain, taking no action to improve our emotional well-being? Are we taking good care of ourselves and making sure that are needs are met? Well-Being leads to Power, but people who have no power use force to create pain, desperately seeking to relieve their own pain by selfishly taking more than they give, serving self instead of serving others.
What is your favorite method for elevating your energy level?
How do you elevate those around you?
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