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How to Change the World by Changing Your Daily Life

By Christina Ammerman

June 25, 2024

core wound, intuition, lightworkers, manifesting, trust

This is for you if your heart and soul are calling you to have a meaningful impact on the world, but it feels like all the details you need to take care of in everyday life keep getting in the way.

My own life experience has reminded me that how we change the world is not by what we do, but by how we do it.

We change the world by becoming different ourselves.

We change the world by raising our own vibration, not just when we’re sitting in meditation or attending a workshop or retreat but also (and more importantly) when we bring a different vibration to those everyday details of life.

It’s about taking that higher vibration you tap into when you meditate or go to events and being able to merge it with everyday life.

What keeps us from being able to do that?

Outside our meditation experiences, daily life is often still about survival.

When we return from our meditations or events back into the details of daily life, at some point our attention shifts back onto the elements of survival: making money, having food on the table, having a roof over your head, being able to pay the bills, etc.

Most of us don’t have a model for how to navigate those details in a way that affirms our trust that we’re taken care of, we’re always safe, we’ll always be fed and everything we need will arrive in no matter what.

Not having seen the details of how others live with trust and joy makes it harder to do it ourselves, especially with all the old thinking we have to fight.

The idea that our top priorities can’t be the things that bring us joy – that’s the old thinking.

That’s the default setting of our parents, our parents’ parents, and much of society even now.

But what you are being invited into is a new way of living.

It’s not completely new to you. I’ll bet you’ve had moments, days, or weeks – maybe right after you’ve taken a workshop  or while you’re reading an inspirational book -, where you’re consciously choosing to prioritize joy.

But eventually that fades because the default settings that you were taught by your parents, especially the ones that say you can only have joy once the bills are paid, creep back in.

The way that I’ve made the switch to joy and trust is through the work I do with the Core Wounds, which is about going in and finding those default settings in your subconscious mind and changing them.

Life at the level of ego consciousness is transactional. Survival mode not only expects but needs everything to be linear – “If you do X, you’ll get Y” –  because that’s how we make sure we’re taking care of everything for ourselves and others.

But when you can start by vibrating more often at a level of trust and stay there throughout your days, the irony is that then all the details will be taken care of…

…through people who show up and provide what you need (and your receptivity to it)

…and through your intuitive awareness of when and how you need to take care of the practical details of life, because the same vibration that helps you trust that you’re taken care of also helps you trust your intuition fearlessly and easily.

Living in a higher consciousness where you dare to trust in Life itself and operate your life based on that trust is the path to knowing what you truly need to take care of, and then letting go of everything else.

How does this change the world?

By changing how you and I and many of us show up in the world.

What we do is not nearly as important as how we do it.

Whenever I write a bio for my business, I always say that my “why” is about world peace.

What I mean by that is very clear: The way we achieve world peace isn’t about making laws about what people can do or not do. Any peace created that way would be artificial and temporary.

The way to real true world peace is through inner work.

It’s through people like you and me no longer contributing to the emotional violence and chaos in our world via our one-on-one relationships, what we post on social media, through all the ways that we interact with people.

Instead, we bring peace to those interactions.

We become better and better at holding space for each other as we get better and better at holding space for ourselves…

… as we heal the shame, the unlovability, the unworthiness within ourselves…

… as we bring more love and joy into our daily experience.

That’s how we change the world – one person at a time and one interaction at a time.

If you want to change the world, you don’t need to publish a book. You don’t need to have a blog or a YouTube channel or a social media presence or get invited to appear on a talk show.

The best way for you to change the world is to change your corner of it, starting with your own inner world, then letting that change how you show up in the outer world and the domino effect that that’ll have on others.

About the author

Christina Ammerman is a pioneer in the world of energy psychology. As a masterful spiritual healer and medical intuitive with the mind of an engineer, she has perfected a method for permanently healing the Core Wounds and surrounding subconscious patterns. By combining that with her study of anatomy and physiology and her keen appetite for solving puzzles, she's been able to help people heal many conditions they were told they would simply have to live with.

Her “why” is peace - World Peace as the result of more and more people finding Inner Peace. Her own experience with childhood abuse and its effects on her adult life remains a catalyst for her to explore peace in all its forms.

This content is provided for informational purposes only and does not substitute professional medical advice or consultations with healthcare professionals. Use at your own risk.

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