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The Shift Continues…

This is an incredible day for all of us… Not just in
the U.S., but in all parts of the world.

Share your feelings about this next phase in the
Great Shift – and what it means to you.

Today, a new day dawns


Paul Bauer

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  1. 10 Comment(s)

  2. By Gillian on Nov 5, 2008 | Reply

    Hi Everyone,
    I live in the UK and together with the rest of the country feel excited and elated at what the US has done.
    You are all amazing.
    There’s hope for a peaceful new era.
    Congratulations to your President elect Barack Obama.

  3. By Annaliisa Gillings on Nov 5, 2008 | Reply


    I have spent a lot of time travelling and studying in this country (US) over the last ten years or so, and this year especially, I seemed to have spent more time here than anywhere else.

    I have been critisiced and put down numerous times especially in recent years about my love of America and its people both in Finland and UK especially.

    Somewhere along the line I learned to respond with a question: Why would you want to focus on all the negativity, there is plenty of that everywhere, why would you want to bring and copy that into your country and let it drag you and your people down, when there is so much good and uplifting which you can focus on.

    To me it’s all about choice and TerryTillman’s profound statement ‘ where you look is where you go ‘ has been getting deeper and deeper meaning and understanding from where I was when I first heard it.

    I have a lot to be grateful for, both for this country and its people, who I have always felt very close to regardless which part of the States I have spent time in or with whom. I have learned a lot, met some fabulous people and frankly I feel so much more ‘home’ here than anywhere else.

    I am chuffed and celebrating with you today as if this was my country too. And maybe it is. This is my victory too!

    With much gratitude and loving

    LL Annaliisa
    Annaliisa Gillings

    Our spiritual heritage is one of peace. Humanity’s history seems to belie that fact, yet
    we always have the choice to express loving, acceptance and caring. We have the power to make
    choices. Although choices like vindictiveness, jealousy, revenge, hatred, etc. may seem louder,
    more available, or more impressive, the qualities of Spirit are always here and are longer lasting.
    All we have to do is choose. Not once, but again and again.
    – John-Roger
    Institute for Individual and World Peace®

    p.s. if you want to put that in your blog Paul, you are welcome

  4. By Paul Bauer on Nov 5, 2008 | Reply

    Aloha AnnaLisa,

    We’re ready – and were on the right track…
    Lets do it together… One world, one people –

    One united cause…

    : – ) Paul

  5. By John Halderman on Nov 5, 2008 | Reply

    I think we all need to mentally get behind the new administration no matter who we wanted to win, so that we help create a common collective consciousness for the changes we all want.

    I am boosted by the fact that many people around the world see this election as a sign that the US government will change it’s ways of interacting with the world.

    Again, our mental support and faith in this idea can only help it come about.

  6. By connee on Nov 5, 2008 | Reply

    Truly inspiring!!! I definitely feel more positive about our future in this country. Now, I hope he can help bring about equality for the Gay community as well.

  7. By jaaz on Nov 5, 2008 | Reply

    I am so happy Barack Obama won. Now WE CAN be proud and get to the business of takin’ care of business. He gives hope and the message that anything is possible. I think he will be a great leader. He is strong, clear intent, and positive. We need that in a world of negativity. I would like to see less of the “he is the first African American”, he is just as much white as he is black, maybe more so since he was raised by white folks. I say this because my daughter has a black father and a white mother. She is both. Obama represents all of Americans. Like MLK says, (not in quotes)one day man will not be judged by the color of his skin, but by the content of his character. Hip hip hooray for Obama!!!!!!!

  8. By Paul Bauer on Nov 5, 2008 | Reply

    A woman named Charity wrote:

    Sorry, but I am not one of Barack Obama’s groupies. I am a journalist, and I do not worship politicians and their agendas. They are human beings who put one pants leg on at a time in the morning like the rest of us.
    -Charity Schiller

    My response:

    You obviously missed the point…

    I never mentioned Barack.

    The shift I’m referring to is far bigger
    than any one person or politics…

    It’s a worldwide transformation of letting go of the old systems and icons that no longer serve us, and ushering in a new paradigm based on a much deeper sense of who we really are.

    Does that make sense?


  9. By Mike Coyle on Nov 5, 2008 | Reply

    Hi Paul.
    Thank you for all you are doing to help raise the consciousness of the humanity.
    Since the President of the United States is a direct reflection of the level of collective consciousness of the country, the election of Obama is a huge demonstration of the “shift.” The shift has actually made it possible for him to come forward at this time and triumph! That is really exciting, because it indicates that a huge barrier has been broken, and when barriers are broken, there is always an acceleration of growth, due to dissolved resistance. This I know from personal experience, but now it is evident (and palpable) collectively. You can see it in people’s eyes. You can feel it in their subtle energies. It is a new dawn. Enjoy the sunshine!

  10. By Susan on Nov 6, 2008 | Reply

    Aloha to all ~

    Here in Hawai`i we know the Aloha Spirit is now alive in Washington DC!

    Our new president elect was raised in Oahu and carries with him the Spirit of our island home.

    For those who do not know the true meaning of Aloha, I will explain a bit so you will understand why it is so important.

    Alo is the root. Ha is the breath of life. So when someone tells you Aloha, they are giving to you part of themselves. They are sharing with you their breath of life that has roots deep within the roots of their being.

    The Spirit of Aloha is a way of life. Everyone caring for one another and all living things …. including the Earth (aina)who delights in sustaining us with the fruits of her bounty.

    Deep within their being all Hawaiians know there is spirit in everything.

    Now we have a president who carries with him that knowingness! We hear it in the things he says; we feel it in the things he does.

    Congratulations Barack! From humble beginnings you have shown the world WE CAN accomplish anything!

    Po maika`i (Blessings) ~S~

  11. By Susan on Nov 6, 2008 | Reply

    This is what Paul is talking about … shift … this video brings tears streaming down my face …. shift

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