Perhaps you are feeling anxious that about 40% of the electorate still seems to be supporting Donald Trump. Everywhere you turn, the television, the radio, the newspapers give him constant publicity. And even though most of the attention is criticism, still doubt or fear lingers.
Here is the simple and powerful remedy to that anxiety.
Switch the focus of your thoughts and attention to being positive. Instead of focusing on what you do not want, feed the vision of what you do want for yourself and this country.
Let go of reading or listening to every denunciation of Trump. And, also, don’t even bother trying to persuade our fellow liberals, who are still lamenting Bernie’s defeat, that they should see the light and get on board.
If we continue to give our attention to fear and resentment, we help perpetuate the very climate in which Trump is nourished. It’s a very low vibrational level, and it depletes our own energies. Do you remember Michelle Obama saying at the Democratic Convention: “When they go low, we go high”? This is exactly what I am suggesting.
Just focus on what is it that YOU want to bring about.
When millions of people bring their desire and their intention to create a positive outcome, the universe responds. Each of us is powerful, and together we are incredibly creative at manifesting the outcome we desire. It’s the law of attraction.
Use your imagination to paint the picture…
It’s Friday, January 20, 1917. Inauguration Day. A cold winter’s day. A huge platform has been erected on the steps of the Capitol. Hillary Clinton is standing, facing John Roberts, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Bill Clinton stands beside her. Thousands of people have gathered in front of the Capitol to bear witness. Tens of millions of people across the nation are watching on television. The Chief Justice intones each phrase of the oath of office. Hillary repeats each word.
“I, Hillary Clinton, do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.”
Congratulations, Madam President.
That’s it. It’s simple. Hold the picture. January 20th. Washington D.C. Hillary Clinton. Oath of office. Repeat three times daily.
The more people who focus their attention and visualize in this way, the more powerful the effect will be. We all need to step up and be engaged.
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