Elaine Christine

World Peace Telesummit: Golden Rule

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The 5th annual World Peace Telesummit was held on September 21, 2019 to celebrate the International Day of Peace and to strengthen the ideals of peace among people. Professional Coach Barry Bettman welcomed participants who met in a video conference. Host Dr. Elaine Christine facilitated folks making a difference through education and awareness of the 6-Step Peace Process. Participants shared what they learned from their experience. Click this link to watch the World Peace Telesummit 2019 Video.

To download the Telesummit transcript and read in Adobe PDF format, click here: World Peace Telesummit 2019 Transcript.

The 6-Step Peace Process was inspired in 1998 after Dr. Christine attended a spiritual conference in Miami. Everyone seemed to want world peace, but nobody had a plan. She had the idea to run the thought of World Peace on the Six-Discipline Model published in her textbook, Managing Risk. Christine explained, “The Six-Discipline Model is a simple process model of the mind that can run any thought. I wrote ‘World Peace’ at the top and changed the generic process to a specific thought of peace and love. Later, I realized the process for world peace was the same as inner peace. The model scales perfectly from universal to personal!”

What will it take to create peace? Participant Nicole Jansen said, “I think that for people to recognize that we’re in this together and that when we work together to unify, we all win. We all either thrive, it’s like we either make this work or we don’t, and the cost is—the cost is very high. So, it’s really important for us to recognize and set aside our own agendas and our own priorities, and to recognize the very way that we get what each of us individually desires is to work together.”

What does world peace look like? Jerry Forney shared, “What world peace looks like is a world where people take personal responsibility to finding inner peace within themselves. This can become a collective self-work that we can all do to strengthen us. I do believe that the world that I’m envisioning is where that becomes integrated into our daily lives. Our consciousness is raised in such a way that in all of our interactions and all of our transactions with one another they are imbued with that kind of awareness of interconnectedness.”

Tom Gorsuch contributed his thoughts, “Yeah, it’s just where people love one another as they would love themselves. And if that happened universally, we would have world peace.”

To bring about his vision, Tom identified one action step. “So, first to be at peace with yourself. The people you come in contact with will sense that peace and treat them the way they deserve to be treated then they leave with more peace and you just affect people over and over again. That’s what I hope to do on a daily basis.”

Tracy Ann concurs, “I definitely think that it starts with your own heart and your own consciousness and your own well-being that you find inner peace so that you can do whatever you think is necessary to help others find that and then it gets larger and larger—a ripple effect!”

Terri Rines also has a peace plan, “I like the whole lead by example mentality. That one by one, the ripple effect like Tracy said, just one by one. Taking every conversation as an opportunity to make a change. I think that could possibly be the way to start and spread. You have an opportunity when you’re working with people. And I do have that opportunity, so my brain is thinking, how would I do that? How would the script change? What would I say differently as a result of this conversation?”

When asked the value of the World Peace Telesummit, Jerry noted, “My takeaway is that I am just reassured once again that there’s a lot of really great people out in the world. That there are many, many, many people on the path who are really invested in inner peace and spreading that inner peace in the world.”

Nicole summed up her experience. “It’s a confirmation and it’s wonderful to hear that so many people from different parts of the world, from different parts of the country feel the same way. It’s just that confirmation for me that you know, that we’re on the right track.”

Terri clarified what she learned on the call. “I’m walking away with one powerful word to me, and that is possibility. I’m just feeling possibility, the word is jumping out and I think it probably just captures everything I’m feeling right now.”

Tracy contributed, “I think it’s very valuable. I give it a ten on a scale of one to ten. It’s a valuable platform that we just all shared.”

Tom added, “I’m always encouraged, and I do feel like there is a growing grassroots awareness. So, it’s just very encouraging and I’m grateful to be on the call with you all.”

Barry believes we should give peace a chance. “I think if we include it in our language patterns and speak about it, I think the possibility could come up. We so often talk about war and anti-war, but you don’t hear a lot about peace. Peace where it’s peace in the world, where there’s peace in our hearts, where there’s peace in our minds, where there’s peace when I’m driving down the road. I think if we give peace a chance it could show up.”

Elaine Christine offered the closing prayer, “Thank you, God, for this time together and for those who are connected on this call. We are grateful for your goodness, God. And we ask your grace, mercy, on our lives to help us create a healthy, prosperous, and peaceful world. Amen.”

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