The Pollyanna Show. A good title for a program that all should take part in daily. What is a Pollyanna, but one who sees all clouds as white, one who greets all with a loving smile, one who is eternally joyful and full of peace. Such a one is viewed as naïve in your world—innocent to the point of being laughable. And so, you shy away from being the Pollyanna who sees only goodness and light. Instead, you buy into the less than good things you see about you. You do not realize that in allowing yourself to see the “evil,” you are perpetuating it. “Oh!” You recoil. “I cannot take responsibility for another’s actions!” But oh, my children, you can. You are all one and the same energy. What you send out comes back to you.
See and be only goodness, and that is your experience. Believe that aught but goodness exists and those thoughts allow it to perpetuate. Consciousness creates reality. By buying into the mass consciousness, you are allowing mass destruction to occur. We apologize if this sounds harsh. Of course you cannot personally take responsibility for those things that happen halfway across the world.
Or can you?
You, as an individual focus of Love are part of the whole. One ray of light can brighten a room. Billions of rays can banish the darkness forever. Yes, of course, you cannot heal the world, but you can bring in the light instead of perpetuating the darkness. Be a Pollyanna and participate in The Pollyanna Show. It is far better than the alternatives. Heal your world one soul at a time. Begin with your own soul by spreading light instead of acknowledging the darkness. You are so very loved
I was once told I was a Pollyanna by a former boss. I wasn’t sure what to think of that, but I knew I didn’t like the alternative.
Spot on. Thank you.
It takes mastery to notice and be aware of darkness without becoming it or engaging with it. I’m grateful to those among us who achieve this feat for the greatest light and good of all humanity and consciousness. Without such mastery, a Pollyanna protocol serves us well.
I hear/understand this message on a personal level but am confused about how to relate to darkness/evil on other levels in positive and loving ways. Ignoring the darkness in what’s happening in the war in Ukraine or in the murder of Tyrene Nichols by five police officers isn’t the answer. isn’t the answer. These are real happenings and need to be addressed. Awareness of darkness doesn’t mean one condones it. Awareness is essential to bringing light and goodness to it in whatever ways one is led to do so.
I feel that we must acknowledge both the light and darkness within ourselves. it’s part of our wholeness. We don’t behave out of our dark places but to deny its existence is to project our shadow onto others and see “others” who are bad and not me. It’s another way we separate ourselves from each other. We have to consciously see, know and accept all parts of our human selves. And choose to align with the best and highest good. See Rumi’s poem the Guest House.
Thank you for this beautiful message.
Sincerely wondering about this Pollyanna message and the below quoted Bitter-Sweet message – they seem to contradict, no?
“Sweetness and bitterness. You think of them as opposites. It is all taste. You label one good and the other bad, but are they not simply experiences? How can you know sweetness without bitterness? It is through the contrast that you know the fullness of experience. You strive and strive and often suffer in your attempts to experience only pleasure. This is futile, for pain is built in to the experience of wholeness. It will not and need not last. Use it for what it is: an experience from which you learn and move on. Pray, “May my lessons be as painless as possible” and share liberally what you have learned. It is all about love and connection.
You are so very loved.
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