Creating a Conversation about Creating a Better World
Many of you know about my weekly webcast, Christiana's Psychic Café. Usually I interview guests and show video clips of local artists, dancers and musicians. I want my webcast to be a celebration of creativity and spirituality.
For my June 2nd show I am doing something a little different.
I have chosen a diverse group of people and am asking them all the same question.
"What is one thing we can do to create a better world?"
I have been conducting these short interviews all week. I still have quite a few more to do before I put them together for our show on June 2nd.
What started as simply a nifty and creative idea for a special webcast is quickly turning in to something much more potent. I am blown away by each person's thoughtful answer. I won't share any answers with you here - you will have to watch the show to discover what people are saying.
I had no idea how profoundly people's answers would affect me. Each one brings tears to my eyes. Is it simply that I know a lot of really deep, thoughtful, intelligent people?
I am not sure that any random group of people would produce the same results. I have spent a lifetime cultivating relationships with people I truly admire.
I am surprised that each person so far has shared something simple, wise and profound, but that no two people have said the same thing.
Next week after the show airs I will post the list of results.
In the meanwhile, I’ll say this.
I am reminded of the theory in psychics that says once we look at something we have changed it. What if thinking and talking about ways to create a better world is actually manifesting that better world?
As I go through the process of having these short conversations with people I see that my own world is made better.
Thanks to all who are participating in this project.
While I have asked a few people this question, I have yet to take the question to tarot.
When I ask “What is one thing we can do to create a better world?” and pull a card, I get the Hierophant reversed!
Let’s be willing to think outside the box, to question authority and to challenge dogma!