The power of our wishes

In previous bulletins we have already stated how our collective wishes actually do change what happens on a global scale : we described the transition of Togo from a country on the verge of a civil war to a the first country that grants to it’s citizens a basic income. We mentioned also the transformation in Corea from the verge a nuclear war to a solid peace movement.

Flint (co-moderator of the Keshe Foundation) pronounced his wish in august 2017 in regards to the military endeavors of the US:

“My wish is that military personnel and associated weaponry and equipment located anywhere in the world from all the branches of the US military, are recalled back to the United States and decommissioned or converted for peaceful applications only.
The military budget is applied in a transparent manner to educte and serve all beings inhabiting the United States of America and its territories to serve as peaceful teachers thusly elevating the education and well-being of all Humanity.”

Today, June 12 2018, President Trump declared on the summit in Singapore:

“No more ware games. They are too expensive. We will be stopping the war games, which will save us a tremendous amount of money. I think it’s very provocative”, Trump told reporters. Under the circumstances we are negotiating a complete deal, it is inappropriate to have war games. Number one, we save money. A lot. Number two, it is really something they very much appreciated” – D.Trump

Our wish for world peace should be directed at all representatives that do have the power to make a change…As the earth still has too many heads of state that we could remember all their names, it is proposed that we address each and every head of state by a pseudonym “Hyperactive Children”.