Today’s major pollution symbolizes congested thinking in the mental. Let me explain this statement:
Pollution is the introduction of contaminants into a natural environment. Air pollution is the release of chemicals and particulates into the atmosphere. It looks like we pollute the air with common gaseous pollutants, to include carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, chlorofluorocarbons, and so on. Authorities will say that pollution comes from cars, factories, and other man-made sources. This is our “now” sense that we were taught.
We know that the oceans are polluted with human waste and carelessly disposed of trash. We all have heard the horrendous stories. As the population grows in the cities, we experience more pollution in those areas because there are more people thinking polluted, less than good, thoughts. Interestingly, country folks living a simpler life tend to be less congested in their thinking, so they experience less pollution.
I have observed, and am convinced, that pollution comes from polluted thinking: a lack of love and concern for the planet. Greed is a key element, being selfish in wanting what we want without considering the natural beauty of this mental and physical world. However, the truth remains the same. Pollution is mental.
Limited thinking, polluted with a material sense and not true spiritual awareness, is the cause. In this world a lot seems evil, and this belief also causes polluted thinking. We must make sure that we do not assign power to something that doesn’t exist. Evil is not real; it is man-made and will vanish when we realize that the true path to heaven, our inner unfoldment toward the Good, is the only reality. Harmony rules! When your priority becomes peace and happiness, you are on your way to spiritual joy.
We must keep at it and help others to see the light, nudging them gently toward a better Earth. We have been chosen to live together at the same time, going through similar experiences. Remember, even though we are individuals, we are also all one, concluding that love is the common denominator. Let us heal this world together!