In light of my recent presentation about Benevolent Leadership, I am inspired to write about the ‘Kingdom of We’ which is part of being a benevolent leader. So what do I mean with that? Let me ask you a few questions (don’t go for the answer, just get a sense of it):
- When you make a choice, how often do you choose for others and against you?
- Do you feel when you choose for you, you have to choose against others?
- How many people are creating the Kingdom of Me?
What if you could choose for you and for others at the same time? You can create either the Kingdom of Me (and therefore aloneness) or the Kingdom of We (which is oneness). If you buy the lie that choosing for you means aloneness, you separate yourself from everything that would be rewarding for you and everyone else. You cut yourself off from the caring you have innately for others. You cut yourself off from everything that makes you the brilliance you are. (You might want to read over this paragraph again and really take it in!)
In order to function from the ‘Kingdom of We’ I have to look at what I am choosing. I have to ask: What will this create and become aware of the energy of it 10, 25, even 50 years or more into the future. I am asking what will create more when I am looking at which one of the possibilities to choose. None of these questions can be answered in a cognitive way. I can only perceive the energies. (If you would like to know more about creating, please read my post on that subject.)
Asking the above questions requires that one is willing to be aware of what is. So often we do not want to acknowledge our awareness. To some extent this is not something we learn when we grow up. Some of us have an easier access to it and often they call themselves psychic. Some of us have to ‘learn that language’ again. We all had it as babies, we all understood or ‘spoke’ energy at that time. As we grew older, we forgot it. Our parents, not knowing anything about it, could not support us in keeping that skill in a form that was usable to us. We all have it. I remember wondering where the heck some knowledge came from. Now, having again become familiar with my awareness, I can see how often I ‘knew’ something in a way I could not explain back then.
Oneness or the Kingdom of We includes everyone and everything with no judgment. What kind of a world would that create if we would live from the ‘Kingdom of We’? Would you be willing to join others in living that way and contribute to it and, as a result, create the Kingdom of We on Earth. From my perspective this is what heaven is.
Dr. Dain Heer shares his thoughts on the Kingdom of We in a blog post.